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To: MestaMachine
Well said. IIRC, about 90% of the population believe in God, and have some kind of religious or spiritual beliefs.

With thousands of religious groups, with either slightly or drastically diverse beliefs, no person is going to win any nationwide campaign by leading with their personal beliefs.

Liberal media people know this, and will pull out all the stops to get a divisive religious figure, of any flavor, elected as the Republican nominee.

On the other hand, the possibility of a Republican nominee who leads with a unifying message of common sense Constitutional conservatism sends the liberal Democrats and the liberal RINOs into spastic fits of screaming heebie-jeebies.

33 posted on 12/30/2010 1:02:53 AM PST by meadsjn (Sarah 2012, or sooner)
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To: meadsjn

I am sticking with Sarah until and unless she says otherwise. At least her name is Jewish..../removing tongue from cheek now.


35 posted on 12/30/2010 1:10:42 AM PST by MestaMachine (islam - Hostis hvmani generis - Enemy of the human race)
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To: meadsjn

Republicans win because they are the party of religion and that makes it the party of conservatives.

The Democrats are the party of anti-religion and they attract liberals.

The religious are conservative, the anti-religious are liberal is the way conservative/liberal breaks down, you should learn that at some point if you are going to spend time with conservatives.


41 posted on 12/30/2010 2:31:47 AM PST by ansel12 ( JIM DEMINT "I believe [Palins] done more for the Republican Party than anyone since Ronald Reagan")
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