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It Is So Tough Being a Conservative These Days

What'sUp Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 2:44 AM
If the grassroots/TeaParty does to re-double its efforts, our country is lost forever or, until a coup by a strong minded, conservative leader takes control. Chik-Fil-A, like the Susan Komen foundation can't stomach the criticism, even though there were huge lines of support. I don't get it. The conservative movement is the position that best represents America's founding principals but it can't seem to stomach the criticism of a loud, obnoxious, uneducated, dependent class that makes up a minority of the population. It's the left's ability to pull out all the stops that immobilizes the right. The right is decent, polite, and compliant. They don't exaggerate to get their arguments across - lies are unacceptable. Consequently, they lose.
ReddestNeck Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 7:49 PM
CFA got literally mobbed with supporters and that isn't good enough for them to stand pat that they stand for traditional marriage and none of the ersatz stuff?

It is so tough being a conservative these days.

When I first heard about published reports that Chick-Fil-A had supposedly reached some kind of an “agreement” with a bullying Chicago alderman to stop donating money to Christian groups like Focus on the Family in order to get permission to open a new store in Chicago, the anguished phone calls from Chick-Fil-A supporters came flooding into my radio show today.

If the reports are even remotely true, the backlash from Judeo-Christian conservatives might just make the opposition that the activists drummed up seem like a walk in the park...