It doesn't matter. Once the Republican Party dies, there will be opportunity for a new coalition.
The Libertarian Party would be good if you must pin me down though.
You are a fair weather Conservative, and pretty much subject to weak liberal knee jerk reactions, and maybe you don't deserve to be a Republican.
IIRC, the Libertarian Party was formed in 1972. Over the past 34 years they have seen only Ron Paul achieve federal office. Pitiful.
They can boast of no governors nor senators. It would appear that Libertarianism does not connect with any significant number of voters. A party without a base is not a party.
posted on 12/21/2006 3:29:14 PM PST
(When a Democrat swears to support the Constitution, you can bet he'll lie about other things.)
"The Libertarian Party would be good if you must pin me down though."
The "libertarian" party is a joke. And not a very funny one at that.
posted on 12/21/2006 5:33:27 PM PST
by alarm rider
("O thou who changest not, abide with me!")
I like the Constitution Party better.
It's easier to sell to the people.
posted on 12/21/2006 6:02:30 PM PST
(Republicans only win if they are conservative. Woe befalls any who forget that.)
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