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Rubio's Amnesty: A Path to Oblivion for the GOP

wiseone Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 9:31 AM
For those of you who want to drag Coulter's support for Romney and Christie into this, No one has to be consistently conservative, or any kind of modified conservative (such as "social conservative" or "fiscal conservative"), to understand that the Democrats will once again break their promise to close the border just as they have been doing since 1986. Arguments attacking Coulter for her support of Christie and then Romney are attempts to change subject and/or move the target. The consistency (or inconsistency) of Coulter's conservatism is irrelevant. The article is about how the Democrats will never keep their end of the bargain, and how freshmen GOP Senator Rubio is a babe in the woods trying make a deal with a nest of snakes.
howard194 Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 10:03 AM
sorry, wiseone, i disagree. i used to be an unwavering coulter fan but the romney/christie bad calls have her on my suspicious persons' list.

having said that, i can still be objective, as with this article, and agree on the rubio criticism.

Apart from finding out that Barack Obama did far worse in his re-election than nearly any other incumbent who won re-election, the only thing that perked me up after Nov. 6 was coming across a Time magazine published after the 2004 election, when George W. Bush won a second term.

In the mirror image of all the 2012 post-election analyses, the Democrats were said to be finished, out of ideas, hopelessly unpopular. It's like watching MSNBC, with the word "Democrats" replaced with "Republicans."

Democrats had thrown everything they had into beating Bush, crushing the Howard Dean wing of...