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Conservatism Killing the GOP?

VeritasDeTejan Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 9:56 AM
That's cute really, but the silent majority, the majority of the 80% of Americans that did NOT vote for Obama (300 million Americans - 60 million O voters then divided by the 300 million) are conservatives that are fed up with the system, who will not vote for centrist or even liberal RINOs. The left has done their job well, sickening these people against the process so they don't vote. Read the Federalist Papers and you will see how preposterous your statement is. The conservative movement will long outlive these petty power-monger centrists, because it's an ideal, not a political position.
As President Obama enters his second term, what "mandate" does he enjoy? His liberal media enablers are boldly declaring that somehow his four-point victory was a "shellacking," and the Republican Party is in danger of "ceasing to be a national party." They're very blunt about what's killing the GOP: conservatism.

It's not helping the GOP that some of its conservative leaders are acting thoroughly intimidated.

On the Feb. 10 "Meet the Press," House Majority Leader Eric Cantor said the Republicans needed to "connect our conservative principles with helping people and making their life work again." This only invited NBC...