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The Lady Is Right -- Let's Keep Our Eye on the Ball

vickielant Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 1:34 PM
The infighting within the Republican Party is turning off some loyal members who were totally discouraged by the loss of the 2012 Presidential election. Why do these people think they have all the answers??? How about reaching out to all of us who have consistently supported the party and find out what we think instead of assuming that they have all the answers. The Democrats love to see the fighting and confusion within the party and are gleefully laughing behind the backs of people like Mr. Rove who presume to have all of the answers.
SugarLandSteve Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 2:05 PM
The short answer is that the "leadership" of the GOP is infected with Statists. They are only interested in preserving their cushy gravy train careers in government. They honestly believe that we aren't smart enough to actually know what is in our best interest.

I suppose that they have a good point since we have a nasty habit of sending them back to Washington time and again.

Until we weed out the worst offenders (McCain, McConnell, Graham, Cornyn, et al), we can only expect more of the same.

At least we have a few (Rand Paul, Ted Cruz for a couple of examples) that will stand for us and our liberty. We need more like them.
NullifyNow Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 2:24 PM
Too late. The party is lost to leftist filth.

The country is nearly destroyed, so I don't see how you think you think there is enough time to save the country as we have known her with the decades and decades of work required to reform this corrupt party which has gone back to the Rockfeller corruption of the 1950s.

The Goldwater/Reagan revolution died in part because of Reagan' s choice of CFR/CIA subversive George Bush 41.

The whole political system needs to be disrupted and the only way to do that is for a wholesale abandonment of the GOP by the rank and file.

You do not think they would take notice? Where would they get voters? LOL

NOTHING ELSE WILL WORK.

There is no time left for anything else.
SugarLandSteve Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 2:48 PM
NullifyNow, I can only respond by saying that I am very happy and relieved that the majority of our fellow countrymen do not share your willingness to surrender or quit.

If Rove and his ilk want a fight, then by all means they will get one.
waynesteapartyworld Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 4:19 PM
Uhh, Nuliffydude, go back to the Kos with your crazy talk. We in the Tea Party are engaged in an ongoing mission to take control of the GOP and change its course from within...Go and give your 'advice' for disrupting the political system to the progs/dems.
NullifyNow Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 5:46 PM
Sugar
I am fully engaged in the "fight". Your definition of it is what is in question. Aiding and abetting any party that is AGAINST the survival of the USA is not my cup of tea.

I've been at this a long time. It would be hypocritical of me to reject the Democratic Party because they support the murder of innocents and embrace the GOP now that they do too.

There are worse things than a collapsing civilization (though not too darn many). The worst is eternal damnation for allying myself with manslayers and murderers. And that is what the wicked leaders in the GOP have become with this phony war on terror and the despotic and tyrannical government growing on account of it.

I cannot be a part of it but I fight just as hard as U

NullifyNow Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 5:48 PM
Time is up. It is over running you. This power struggle is nearly 75 years. There is a nazi in the White House.

You failed. The GOP leadershjip wants it that way. The CIA controls both parties and makes sure they do the CIA's bidding. That bid is to destroy America.
NullifyNow Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 5:51 PM
If there is a Nazi in the White House (and there is) it is only because the CIA approves of it.

It seems the Republican Party news is getting worse. This past fall, we suffered the defeat of our nominee for president. Based on the economic conditions, Republicans should have won. Many Republican pundits tagged Mitt Romney as the winner days before the election, talked about a possible landslide and were flabbergasted when he lost.

Yes, I said it would be a photo finish, but I digress.

Karl Rove, former senior adviser to George W. Bush and the architect of W.'s successful president runs, was so undone Election Night that he fought back on Fox News when it projected Obama would...