To: Ron C.
Well - just goes to tell ya, Herman isnt very bright.
Sorry Ron, I don't disagree with you often, but this time you are wrong.
We, as conservatives are not going to get any traction anymore within the GOP.
Now is absolutely the time to focus on a third-party, if nothing else, to force the GOP to listen.
They appear to have the same character flaws visible with the adherents of Islam, they only understand force.
As for this conservative, they've taken me for granted for the last time.
posted on 11/09/2012 6:04:58 PM PST
(Mitt and Obama: They're the same poison, just a different potency.)
Well, I remember too well the big push for a third party in 1991 - many conservatives thought a third party would do well and pushed Ross Perot. That was an utter failure to create a third party.
The problem is far greater than you imagine - you need total organization in all 50 states, complete with full party registration, full party membership that runs well into the millions of members.
You can't create that fast enough, and there are too many tea party members working to build the GOP up from the bottom to stop them from doing that and get them to start all over again.
posted on 11/09/2012 6:22:43 PM PST
by Ron C.
It looks to me like we’ve lost the country, and we sure are not going to regain it with Northeastern Liberal Republicans running the GOP. A week ago, I strongly opposed a third party. But now I figure we have nothing to lose but despair...
posted on 11/09/2012 6:25:46 PM PST
by Mr Rogers
(America is becoming California, and California is becoming Detroit. Detroit is already hell.)
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