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Obama Is the Extremist, Not Conservative Talkers

vietvettx Wrote: May 15, 2012 1:41 PM
Over the last three decades i have watched the conservatives compromise under the banner of being bipartisan. I marveled at the idea of these people that you can actually find common ground with a rattkesnake. My largest complaint about the conservative movement, which i have backed from my wallet and vote, is that they worry so what the public will think. Then act out to appear "balanced." Show this country eight years of unbridled capitalism without compromise, ferret out the lies of the environmental left, and regain the stature as a world leader for America and let the chips fall where they may.
vietvettx Wrote: May 15, 2012 1:42 PM
People will vote for prosperity over feel good slogans that rob freedom. If the right is truly right, stand up for what you believe and stop trying to be popular with fringe groups.

LIft America up and all its people and the left will not have a leg to stand on.
3129 Wrote: May 15, 2012 5:37 PM
Bi-partisanship like having an intellectual conversation with a liberal, you are supposed to just listen. Remove the progressive incumbents and RINOs. Viva la revolucion.

Some conservatives believe that other conservatives, on talk radio and Fox News Channel, are damaging the cause of conservatism by dishonestly overstating their case against President Obama to increase their ratings and profits.

More reasonable Republican politicians, they argue, would like to cooperate with Obama on bipartisan solutions but don't have the power to resist these extremists with the megaphones and so have buckled in lock step to their demands and become the party of "no" and the purveyors of gridlock.

The problem is that the presuppositions underlying those allegations are wrong. There may be some exceptions, but the large majority...