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Trouble Brewing in GOP

seaview Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 12:18 PM
I believe this already happened. The party was split between conservatives, establishment and Ron Paulers. I believe it was the Ron Paulers and not the conservatives that didn't vote in the last election. A split vote will never take leadership away from Democrats. Two elections lost and we still can't come together enough in a center right country to defeat the liberal view. Is that what individualism gets us? So dedicated to our ideals we will let the other side walk away with the win and our country?
TommyMaq Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 2:04 PM
The GOP committed voter fraud in their own primaries to block Ron Paul.

Did an easily-discovered fact trash your point? That indicates that your argument was stupid.

Its time for the GOP to fold to the libertarians - the GOP is dead, and the only question is whether they will go quietly into the night, or take down the whole USA with them.
For the first time, I am wondering about the long-term viability of the Republican Party. I say this not as an advocate of its demise or restructuring but as an observer of troubling signs.

The Republican Party is thought to be the institutional vehicle for the advancement of conservative policies, but for decades, the conservative movement has been frustrated with the party's deviation from conservative principles -- its refusal to live up to its decidedly conservative platform.

I believe that the disappointing results for Republicans in the 2006 elections and probably the 2012 elections, as well, were in no small part attributable to...

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