You sound like Manchelle now.
I realize you’re disappointed, but you don’t have to be ashamed of our country.
And let’s stop calling everyone who get government assistance “takers”. What’s the GOP know about these people who live in the inner cities and our barrios? Virtually nothing. How many Romney campaign offices were there? Virtually none. What’s the Republican platform for them? Nada.
A lot of people went to the polls in 2008 and did not vote for a presidential candidate, 5.7 million actually (obama beat mccain by 7.4 million). I wonder how many people did the same this year? How is the GOP reaching out to Democratic voters and these voters who have given up? It’s not.
Be ashamed of the GOP but not our country. The GOP gave up on a changing America, settling instead on a stale repeat of a tired old platform.
I’m proud of my country. Proud that it changing, that a new generation and demographic is rising up and being heard. I just wish my party would listen, because I don’t like giving it all to the Dems.
You are a troll. I suppose you think we should try to compete with the demonrats to see who can promise the most free sh*t? So our party can 'win'?
This war is just starting.
yep, your guy won.
I should want to belong to a party that panders to the shifting “tribes” that inhabit the land, rather than the self-evident truths on which this nation was founded?
The “new generation and demographic” are not interested in the principles on which this country was founded. We were a nation founded on such principles, and our freedoms and strength derived from them.
The motley collection of tribes will never even know what they’ve lost. I’m old enough and wise enough know what we’ve lost, and why. I’m proud and fortunate to have been a part of its greatness, even in the twilite of its history. I lived in the shining city on the hill. It’s now been overrun by barbarians, who - not understanding its true value - are tearing it down for mere loot and plunder. It will never come again.