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Jindal: “We Don’t Start Winning Majorities … by Insulting Our Voters.”

SageAdvice68 Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 1:50 PM
Daniel, your comment...."And so the key takeaway from 2012, I think, is that if party elders can’t find a way to take every vote seriously ..they might never win a national election again." assumes there will be a nation remaining in which free and open elections might once again be held..... I'm not nearly as optimistic. In large part because, I may have some concern about the way he said it, I fully agree with what Gov. Romney actually said. The Democrapheads have built a winning strategy on a willingness to segregate the people of these United States into hundreds of "special"- Americans, along with a proven willingness to pay lots, and lots of public largess per vote. If you and Gov. Jindal can't see this...
jkash1776 Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 2:12 PM
They segregated by giving government jobs to people whose education never included showing HOW their pay is provided.

That and using commie tactics of division through every means, aka gender, race, socio-economic, ideology, region.

jkash1776 Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 2:13 PM
But economics WILL prove the point yet. The layoffs were deliberately prevented until AFTER.

That and we have to get some techies to counter the Twitter/FAcebool/Google pros that employed their skills for evil.
SageAdvice68 Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 1:57 PM
Just keep the following words from John Adams in mind, as you begin to ponder how the Craphead Party, the party of Segregationist, has long been the party of this nation immoral....

“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”...John Adams

On Fox News Sunday Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal once again distanced himself from Mitt Romney’s unfortunate and divisive post-election remarks, and upbraided two Republican Senate candidates for “saying stupid things” during the 2012 election cycle:

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal continued his critique of the Republican Party and its 2012 presidential contender Mitt Romney on Sunday as he argued for the GOP to become a larger tent party.

Romney drew a firestorm of backlash from fellow Republicans when he told donors on a conference call that President Barack Obama defeated him because of so-called “gifts” that he gave to...