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GOP Insiders Just Don't Get It

Steve54 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 7:09 AM
Getting elected is job 1. After that social conservatives can make their voices heard.
TexasChris Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 8:35 AM
No. We refuse to back a non-conservative candidate in the general. Romney is not a popular candidate, he is not a conseravtive; he's an establishment candidate.

It's time the GOP learn that the party belongs to US, not to THEM. They nominate who WE want, or WE refuse to vote for their guy.

If that means Obama wins, then so be it. The responsibility rests on the GOP leadership that pushed Romney on us.
klr56 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 2:07 PM
You aren't really a conservative Republican or you wouldn't be saying "if...Obama wins, then so be it." You show your true colors, my friend, and they are not nice.
Wolfgang6 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 2:17 PM
And that is why you right-wing Taliban-types will lose the elcetion big time! Your viewpoint is NOT shared by the MAJORITY of American voters. Get used to it!

With Mitt Romney now the presumptive Republican nominee, the battle for the 2012 Presidency has begun in earnest. And, as is not uncommon, the outcome of this year's race is expected to hinge on that slice of the electorate that doesn't pledge fealty to any political party, the so-called independent voters. According to a recent article in the New York Times, many top Republican strategists are concerned that a growing focus on social issues by the Party's base has the potential to alienate Independents from the ticket this fall. Victory lies, they insist, with the candidate that makes the most...