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To: Steelfish; VinL; ex-snook; sport; INVAR; ejonesie22; PieterCasparzen; Colonel_Flagg; Washi; ...

Another in a long line of vanities and articles refusing to deal with the Big Pink Elephant in the corner of the room that was the main problem this election cycle.

That would be the moderate/liberal candidate, Mitt Romney, that we had to deal with.

All the other issues, for the most part, are going to be with us, each and every election season until there is no more evil or Democrats (one and the same) in the world.

They will continue to cheat, their lap-dogs in the media will continue to lie, obfuscate, and try to cheat their candidate into the White House.

These things aren’t going away.

So what do we have some marginal control over?

We, as true conservatives, (and I don’t mean people trying to redefine the word to include support for Amnesty, Abortion or the Gay Agenda, or even ignoring fiscal conservatism), are going to have to stand up and tell the GOP-E, not only no, but HELL NO! to anymore liberal/moderate Presidential candidates like Bob Dole, John McCain, and the worst of the lot, Mitt Romney.

Either we get serious, and be willing to say no even in the face of the next Evil boggey-man, that the GOP will try and use to force us to vote for their loser of a candidate, or the party is doomed, both as a home of conservatives, and for any chance of winning a Presidential election ever again.

They will continue to attempt to abuse us like a battered wife only so long as we put up with it and go along with it.

Now is the time to put first things first and start planning in some fashion to defeat the GOP-E the next election cycle.

It is time to clean up our own house of these Benedict Arnolds, these traitors to everything we believe in and hold dear.

17 posted on 11/13/2012 6:46:15 PM PST by SoConPubbie (Mitt and Obama: They're the same poison, just a different potency.)
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To: SoConPubbie; Steelfish; VinL; ex-snook; sport; ejonesie22; PieterCasparzen; Colonel_Flagg

Folks, we need to think BEYOND the box we continue to confine ourselves into.

Forget working to somehow win votes for an upcoming election.

That time is past.

We saw our last somewhat ‘honest’ and free national elections back in 2008. Cook County is national now - Marxists control the machine...and there is no way in hell the ballot box is going to be a viable option to change our rulers.

We can go ahead and pretend otherwise if we want to delude ourselves.

We’ve been taken over in a velvet coup. No Marxist regime ever gives up their power unless forced to. Period. History speaks.

The Ruling Class GOP knows where the power is going to now lie - and they will do everything to share in it.

Given what they did Tuesday during the RNC - it should be clear by now that Conservatism has been forever rendered irrelevant in national politics within the GOP. The Ruling Class Establishment blame Conservatives for the “loss” and are full steam ahead with adopting the Democrat agenda for itself.

We have no hope in the national party - or in what used to be. We are a POST-CONSTITUTIONAL SOCIALIST DEMOCRACY. Not even a Republic any longer. That is the defacto-reality. We are Ameritopia - just as Levin warned in his book. And if history is a teacher - then a hard tyranny is a-commin’ if not already at the door.

Know the ground we find ourselves on. For that is what we have to fight on - and the rulers would attempt to disarm us and make us struggle according to THEIR rules.

You cannot win a war by playing by the enemy’s rules or adopting their agenda to get along to win hears and minds with principles NOT of God or our foundations.

34 posted on 11/13/2012 7:54:17 PM PST by INVAR ("Fart for liberty, fart for freedom and fart proudly!" - Benjamin Franklin)
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To: SoConPubbie

The task will not be easy because the landscape has changed.

Romney won male voters 52 to 45 percent, but he lost women 55 to 44 percent. While Romney prevailed among married women by 53 to 46 percent, Obama’s margin among single women was a crushing 68 to 30 percent.

Adding to the gloom for Republicans, fewer than half of American households now feature a married couple. This insures greater dependency on government. The economic argument alone (and all the economic arguments from unemployment rates to good track/wrong track numbers, deficits, national debt, prior business experience, went against Obama) is simply not going to cut it.

We must not allow the left and the MSM to dictate to us on how the game is played. We need clusters of Swift-boat types willing to play in the trenches if we ever are going to win again. We can shout out aloud all we can about fraud etc, but we’ll lose if the rules are “their” rules that dictate on how this game is played.

40 posted on 11/13/2012 9:03:15 PM PST by Steelfish (ui)
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To: SoConPubbie
We, as true conservatives....are going to have to stand up and tell the GOP-E, not only no, but HELL NO! to anymore liberal/moderate Presidential candidates like Bob Dole, John McCain, and the worst of the lot, Mitt Romney.

I think after this latest RINO produced disaster, the GOP-e knows they have to retool their thinking, or go the way of the Whigs. Even with widespread Democrat voter fraud, Obama should have been whipped soundly by any reasonably solid Republican challenger.

The fact that Mitt Romney didn't bury Obama in a landslide, can't all be chalked up to the Dems cheating. In my mind, most of that loss has to be laid at the doorstep of the RNC, who insisted upon foisting yet another milquetoast candidate onto the center-right.

I think it's now painfully apparent to everyone concerned, that the instincts of staunch conservatives were right all along. This wasn't the time to run a nice guy, who wouldn't think of dirtying his fingernails in a street brawl with the left. No, it was precisely the time for the sort of leader that the Tea Party movement demanded. Someone who is fearless, outspoken, and patriotic to a fault. Someone who could inspire the people to answer the call to arms, and boldly lead us to spit in the eye of the evil that is destroying us.

Right when we needed Churchill, the GOP-e gave us Chamberlain.


Do we get it now, people? Have we finally had enough of this? Are we going to allow the party to play us like fools again in 2016? I surely hope not. Even now, I think the GOP may have set the stage for a conflict of unimaginable proportions, but if we somehow avoid a total breakdown of this country, it's certain to me that the conservative right has been played the fool for the very last time.

41 posted on 11/13/2012 10:57:36 PM PST by Windflier (To anger a conservative, tell him a lie. To anger a liberal, tell him the truth.)
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