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Changing Demographics Won't Mean the End of Republican Party

wmou Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 9:12 AM
If the republicans do not at least pretend to be fiscal conservatives, the party is done. Nobody expects democrats to end deficits, but republicans promise they will, If they do not make a serious effort, many if not most of us will stop voting for them
Texas Chris Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 10:55 AM
Yes, Wmou is correct.

I have high hopes for the Rom/Ry ticket, but lets be honest with each other. Neither of them has a history of fiscal conservatism. Not even close.
NewJAl Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 9:21 AM
I will go for the person who acts like a fiscal conservative 80 percent of the time, in contrast to the person who seldom does and speaks like he is a fiscal conservative.
Democrats seem deaf to Obama's condemnation of Bush's spending, when,as a congressman, Obama said Bush was 'irresponsible and Un-American' while they join this spendaholic community organizing liar.
Texas Chris Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 10:58 AM
But isn't that your only choice? The liar who promises to do what you want, or the truth-teller that promises to loot you and buy his votes with your money?

When reading one of the endless stories about a just-released poll Thursday night, a pair of numbers struck my eye: 60 and 37.

Those were the percentages of white voters supporting Mitt Romney and Barack Obama in the ABC/Washington Post tracking poll. Overall, the poll showed Romney leading Obama 50 to 47 percent.

The reason those two numbers struck my eye is that they are identical to the percentages of white voters supporting Republicans and Democrats in elections for the House of Representatives in the 2010 exit poll. Overall, Republicans won the House popular vote by a margin of...