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Does the Republican Party Have a Future?

RedRum Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 9:38 AM
It's fine to challenge the party to adhere to its principles and core beliefs, but not to such a level as to undercut its ability to win elections. You can rest assured that the Democrats will not be engaged in the kind of intra-party conflicts that the GOP has been consumed by in recent years. Democrats have found a way to unite their diverse factions into a motivated, cohesive and organized voting block that will turn out to support their candidates. The result is a Democratic-controlled Senate since 2007, wins in 4 of the last 6 Presidential elections (and 5 popular vote wins). These people must be opposed by the only group capable of defeating them - a united GOP. No more infighting, and no more Akins, Murdochs or O'Donnels!
Marie150 Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 10:02 AM
Any and every human being on the planet can be made to look like a fool.

Humans are humans.

How do we convince Americans that have been trained to be stoooopid that spreading the wealth around is foolish?

How do we restore Common Sense to the dull?

We need a cartoon!
Marie150 Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 9:59 AM
They have united under the banner of Santa Claus. Santa can not be out done. But we can get our message out about Santa Claus not being real and that only exists only to bring us huge credit card debt.

The United States, from day one, was a project about principles and ideals.

The super power that emerged and grew from the handful of colonists that began settling here was not the product of where those colonists happened to land, but the ideals and principles in their head and heart – applied in how they lived their lives.

The Republican Party was founded in 1854 to address one great blot on the nation’s founding legacy – the existence of slavery in a nation founded under the ideal of freedom under God.

Runaway slave and self-educated abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass said “I...