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Republicans Must Show Support for Hispanic Dreams

Stuart95 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 11:50 AM
cR4, it appears that nothing short of deportation of 12m people will satisfy you. I apologize if I have overstated your case. Unfortunately, though, we can't use you in the new Republican-Libertarian Party, any more that we can use those who stay home if their candidate doesn't toe the line on other social issues, such as abortion and gay marriage. November's election proved that "conservatives" are either too few in number or too picky to be counted on to prevent the likes of BO & Pals from pursuing their European-Socialist dreams. So either the Republicans let in the fiscally conservative social liberals so we can win elections, or we will have a socialist government AND all the social ills feared by social conservatives.
mschneiter Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 1:41 PM
Why? What fundamental difference would separate Romney from Obama? Guaranteed war with Iran?
Cardinal5671 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 12:58 PM
If you stayed home last November instead of voting, you should be ashamed of yourself.
mschneiter Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 12:45 PM
Actually November's election proved that "conservatives" are not going to vote for RINOs and closet liberals like Bush, McCain, and Romney. Look at the stats, millions of voters (like myself) who voted for McCain STAYED HOME in this election. Why do you think that is brainiac? Simple, we true conservatives are DONE supporting left-leaning Neocons who embrace the "political correct" mentality of the Democrats. I would rather the GOP never win another election than continue to put traitorous scumbags like Lindsay Graham and John McCain in office year after year.
Rarely does a political party issue a document so scathingly critical of itself and its most recent presidential nominee as the report of the five-member Growth and Opportunity Project of the Republican National Committee.

It refers to Mitt Romney on occasion as "our presidential nominee" and notes disapprovingly of his reference, in the debate about immigration, to "self-deportation."

And while the report states modestly, "We are not a policy committee," it does call for a policy -- "comprehensive immigration reform" -- that many, perhaps most, Republican members of Congress oppose.

I think there's some risk here for the Republican National Committee....