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A Warning to Moral Conservatives

Rick 2811 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 9:29 AM
I'm not convinced that just lying, cheating and fighting fire with fire isn't the way, but if it helps us to win, perhaps we should try it. If we can't beat this guy and his policies and dogmatic methods, what chance do we have to ever win ? When Congress convenes the Benghazi lies and people should testify will the news media come clean? Good luck !!
Texas Chris Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 11:05 AM
If you have to sell out your principles to win an election you didn't really win. Case in point, Romney and his surrogates had to cheat to get the nomination. they needed the 20,000,000 or so libertarian "Ron Paul" Republicans they alienated in Tampa.
wmou Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 9:48 AM
Reagan won without doing any of that. He was charismatic, conservative and principled.

Benghazi will now become a news story. The media had to sit on it to get their man elected.
Texas Chris Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 11:06 AM
Reagan was both charismatic and principled, but he was not conservative. He grew government, doubled the debt, and intervened in foreign affairs.

But then , it was enough to get the country out of a recession...

If Rush Limbaugh, Karl Rove, Dick Morris, Michael Barone and others are right and Mitt Romney is our next president, we moral conservatives cannot take our foot off the gas. We cannot let up in our advocacy for life and family. We cannot relax or shift into neutral as if some great victory has already been won. To do so would be to make a fatal mistake, and four years from now we will be kicking ourselves again, vowing once more not to sell our souls to the Republican Party, claiming that this time we have learned our lesson, only to...