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Adamo: Liberal Onslaught Empowered By Republican Timidity

By Christopher G. Adamo

While conservatives are painfully aware that Barack Obama did in fact win on November 6, the grimness of the current situation is only enhanced by the manner in which the Republican Party has responded to his reelection. It is not surprising that though Obama’s margin of victory was considerably smaller this year than in 2008, Democrats and their media minions are claiming their victory as a mandate to transform America into a sorry imitation of those failing European socialist states. What is appalling however is that establishment Republicans are almost exuberant in their efforts to characterize the election as a mandate to capitulate to the left while jettisoning virtually every precept of real conservatism.

Assessments of the event, both by Republican Party insiders and defeatist conservative pundits, are so far-reaching and absolute as to give the impression that the thrashing Democrats suffered at the polls only two years ago never even happened. A thorough perusal of this year’s post-election analyses reveals that most commentators perceive an opportunity to spin the unfortunate circumstances to their own benefit, or to a particular cause which they support. Supposed reasons are all over the board, ranging from the conservative aversion towards amnesty to the notion that Republicans only favor “the rich,” to the mere presence of Church going Americans who uphold tradition and believe the Bible.

Despite dire pronouncements of America’s irreversible shift to the left, those 2010 mid-term elections strongly indicated exactly the opposite. But while at first glance it may seem completely inconsistent for the nation to dump Democrat office holders in 2010 and then reelect their worst offender in 2012, the emerging picture of exactly what transpired on Election Day may yield valuable insight as to the overall mood and concern of American voters. It now appears that 2010 was a well defined referendum on conservative America versus socialist America. Unfortunately, that was not the nature of this year’s race. Governor Romney’s political past, which was less than stellar from a political perspective, when combined with the overall nature of the Romney campaign, suggests that this year’s contest was ultimately a referendum on committed liberal Democrats pitted against the likely prospect of business as usual from the GOP.

Admittedly, the Obama camp did a far better job of getting its voters to the ballot box. In some districts, turnout was as much as 157% of those registered, a feat not likely to be matched by Republicans. In over a hundred and sixty voting districts between Ohio and Pennsylvania, Obama received 99% or better, while Romney did not receive a single vote. These outlandish numbers are virtually unseen outside of third-world dictatorships. Nevertheless, the liberal media has appraised the situation, and concluded that such phenomena are completely understandable, thus ensuring that in the long run, the entire matter will be dropped.

Meanwhile, the Romney campaign allowed itself to be hamstrung by a crippling fear of actually confronting Barack Obama with his abhorrent track record. Having accepted the twisted absurdities of “political correctness” over the years, “mainstream” politicians, including that vaunted GOP establishment, allowed its premises to become virtually codified as a framework for legitimate political discourse. As a result, the nation has now reached a dangerous milestone where merely speaking the truth is itself no longer allowable.

Thus, every mention of the Benghazi disaster, and the flagrant deceit of Barack Obama and his UN Envoy Susan Rice regarding its root cause, are shamelessly but easily deflected as “racism.” Likewise, discussions of Obama Attorney General Eric Holder’s “Fast and Furious” fiasco were handily consigned to the realm of the conspiratorial and thus off limits during debates or campaign ads. Operating under such restrictions, is it any wonder that the Romney campaign found it nearly impossible to deliver a worthwhile message of its own? And operating from such flawed reasoning, did anyone expect to gain significant numbers of crossover voters by essentially offering the Obama Phone lady a cheaper phone?

It is futility to conduct an effective campaign with so much energy being focused on the avoidance of pitfalls concocted by the liberal media. Though the entire inner circle of the GOP insists that such decorum must be strictly observed, its track record of success is, in retrospect, abysmal. Since 1988, Republican presidential candidates have garnered a majority at the ballot box on exactly one occasion, which was the 2004 reelection of George W. Bush. Clearly, a milquetoast campaign strategy achieves as much as does a bland and insipid political strategy in the halls of Congress.

So, how are entrenched Republicans choosing to respond to the results of November 6? In far too many instances, they are obsessively seeking futile avenues by which they expect to pander and capitulate their way back to leadership. Discussions of amnesty for illegal aliens are rampant, though that course would leave Republicans with an additional deficit of at least four million voters with which to contend. And that number presumes absurdly high proportions of the Hispanic community magically switching parties in the wake of this massive influx of new “citizens.”

Of course the latest minefield into which those hapless Republicans are inexorably being drawn pertains to the budget. Here again, blunt and undiluted assessments of the current budget situation are clearly warranted yet extremely unlikely. Ever eager to find “common ground” with a regime that has criminally exceeded its constitutional charter, increasing numbers of Senate Republicans, led by John McCain (R.-AZ) and Lindsay Graham (R.-SC) are breaking the “no tax” pledge and making plans to allow tax hikes in exchange for spending cuts.

If any single situation exemplifies the manner in which the Republican Party can successfully deflate and undermine its voting base, this is it. Republicans will once more cave, as they have done in the past, in return for yet another iteration of the empty Democrat promise which has never been kept. Every Republican politician who pins hopes on these accompanying cuts is a proven incompetent. They simply will not happen.

Herein is the beauty of bipartisanship, at least from the liberal perspective. Democrats will dictate the agenda to the delight of their dependent base, and when the inevitable economic catastrophe ensues, Republicans will have to accept their share of responsibility, having been willing participants in the mismanagement of the nation’s finances.

A truly principled and conservative Republican Party does indeed face a difficult road ahead, given the duplicity of the Democrat opposition, the propagandistic nature of the “mainstream” media, and the apparent inability of the dependent class to recognize the real nature of those who perpetually enslave it. Nevertheless, it is crucial for Republicans to recognize that their only option is to remain committed to the greatness of America as the land of the free, not the land of the free ride. Watered down conservatism will only guarantee the continued ascendancy of the political left.

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Christopher G. Adamo is a resident of southeastern Wyoming and has been involved in state and local politics for many years. He writes for several prominent conservative websites, along with AMAC Advantage, the quarterly publication of the Association of Mature American Citizens. His contact information and article archives can be found at www.chrisadamo.com, and he can be followed on Twitter @CGAdamo.

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  1. inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
    November 29, 2012 @ 9:00 am

    Conservatives lost the election because they lost the female vote and have failed to adjust to the new reality of the feminine political paradigm. The Romney campaign allowed itself to be hamstrung by a crippling fear of actually confronting Barack Obama and his women. The rise of the female values over traditional masculine rule has changed the political scene in ways that Conservatives do not understand but Metrosexual Liberals have jumped on with both feet.

    The main difference between a man and a woman is that a man is concerned principally with THINGS and a Woman is concerned with PERSONS. Hence a man is more interested in business and results than a woman and votes for a Romney. A man’s interest is much more remote,,,a’ womans is much more immediate. A man’s interest is the abstract, a woman’s is more concrete and intimate. A man is concerned with long term ends and goals and purposes. A woman is more concerned with what is proximate, close and intimate, near and dear to her, hence she votes for the smiley Obama guy who offers the immediate gratification, what cares she of the long term consequences. Because a woman is more interested in persons they are more apt to speak in gossip where men speak of business, not necessarily a bad thing. This in essence is what causes misunderstanding and is what caused Businessman Romney to fall to the feminine vote which was captured by Obama in his campaign to become intimate with the feminine needs for dependency and to be taken care of by a man, hypnotized by the delusion of a false political equality of the genders whom were created to compliment, not mimic each other.

    Romney just out and out lost to the women and Conservatives will continue to lose until such time as the rise of the American male and edification of manhood once again over motherhood again takes it’s ascendency in America as in the past generations prior to FDR and his New Deal and LBJ and his great society of female vote capturers. Normally wars would be the leveling device to re-edify male values which grow society through business and invention, but the age of modern warfare which now can be waged mechanically at a distance and anti-septically to inoculate civilian society from the need for manhood and the creative business nature that creates wealth and protects. War is no longer close up and personal for civilian American Society, only the war of politics is now close up and personal which seduces the people of the female close up and personal persuasion, as well as the confused emasculated men who are more concerned with being in touch with their feminine side at the expense of their creative risk taking gonads. This is the paradigm shift Romney and the Conservatives refuse to address to their own peril. Perhaps a good old fashion war, plague of famine will be needed to correct the misconception and age of feminine rule to bring American life back into balance. Society pays a price when men and their manhood are relegated to take a back seat. Just witness the emasculated powerless men that now reside in Washington who create nothing but chaos in their redistribution of what American manhood has previously produced. When this conquest of the American male and male values finally hit our military, we will fall faster and harder than Rome. Petraeus is just the tip of the iceberg.

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    • grinnin2Comment by grinnin2
      November 29, 2012 @ 10:01 am

      You are a male chauvenist pig. People are different. Not all women think the way you think they do. BTW, leave a “comment” not an essay. Excess verbiage does not make one credible.

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    • jabComment by jab
      November 29, 2012 @ 10:06 am

      I am female and I proudly voted for Romney.

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    • mikeguntComment by mikegunt
      November 29, 2012 @ 10:08 am

      Wow you sure do know women! You seem to know exactly how all womens brains tick! You must be a damned mind reader! That or you are just generalizing all women based on your personal sexist christian male power 1950′s era beliefs. When you start thinking of everyone as EQUALS you will realize why Romney lost.

      Your wife must be miserable if you even have one. I’m sure she does the dishes and stays in the kitchen like a good ***** though right?

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    • ccfontenComment by ccfonten
      November 29, 2012 @ 10:26 am

      Dude, I think you are way off base. What you do not understand is that women like myself (proudly conservative!) do not vote with our “female parts”, nor are our brains controlled by our hormonal fluctuations. You are just another sadly deluded male that just does not understand we women. Yes, we vote for family values, but we also vote with concern for our economic survival, and concern for our safety (military survival and preparedness). What was demonstrated in this last election was nothing more than fraud and lies created and perpetuated by the libs/socialists/dem(wit)s/marxists. And unfortunately it has been demonstrated that over 50% of the American people voted for Santa Claus as they feel they are entitled or “owed” a “life” taken care of from cradle to grave by the govt.
      The fact that the Republicans in DC (well the majority) are nothing more than well trained dogs…….lie down, roll over, play dead……..have nothing to do with the idiot feminists. They just have two primary jobs…..one is to get elected, and the other is to get re-elected. Anything else is just side dressing. That is what is wrong in DC!

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    • inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
      November 29, 2012 @ 10:32 am

      Defects mar a man’s love for a woman. Men love conditionally. Defects never mar or hurt a woman’s love for a man. Women love men in spite of, and many times because of their defects. It is their male defects which attract females because their defects level their physical dominance to an equality, where women can compete without being intimidated by that physical dominance. In other words, flawed men are more easily manipulated. This is why the rats always get the girl, on the street and in the elections. This is why Obama gets their vote but loses the men’s vote. Real Men seldom abide weakness in themselves or others, which is why Obama fails to appeal to real men,,,,only the metro-sexual or homosexual, and why these values are edified by the Democrat party of vote creators who create and edify homosexuality and metro-sexualism. Take a hard look at the men you abide with, then tell me I’m wrong. You liberal Democratws are the party of male psychological castration, and fear fully functional adult males more than anything that walks the planet. You may kid yourselves and the metro-sexual half-men you lead around by the nose, but trust me, Amaerican malehood is still alive and well in spite of your attempts to emasculate us and our young boys who come up through the ranks of a fouled rank educational system that medicates and indoctrinates anything that appears to pop out as a dominant male tendency. In war we do not have to be in the majority of votes, just the majority of right and strength,,,,tick us off and make war upon us at your own peril. When this fake illusionary prosperity and equality fall down about your American ears you will need us to keep the real wolves at bay, and rebuilt that which you Liberal Democrats of the entitlement have destroyed and consumed.

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    • mvotano58Comment by mvotano58
      November 29, 2012 @ 11:35 am

      Usually you have some really great insights to the workings of the political world but this time I have to agree with the ladies who find these comments sexist. It reminds me of the diatribes of the giant vaginas at the convention.

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    • inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
      November 29, 2012 @ 11:57 am

      So you agree with me that now giant gonads are needed to counter-balance the giant vaginas? That is the whole point of my argument. The unequal sexes are designed to complement, not compete with each other. You cannot put a square peg in a round hole or you will get more than political pain and injury. Witness the last 20 years of forced equality. Women are just better at some things than men and vice versa. To declare otherwise is to refute reality. The bigger the assault of the giant vaginas the larger will be the gonads needed to defend the balance of the laws of nature. If what you now witness in society is deemed to be good or better than historical norms, then just join hands with Obama and sing Kumbaya.,,,,then go hungry.

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    • susieqComment by susieq
      November 29, 2012 @ 12:17 pm

      Inluminatua, please, I am a female so please don’t speak to how all women are…where is your best-selling book on the subject?…but to the grander issue, I am still in shock that this inept bumbler in the White House actually got in again…that baffles me the most…how America put this failure back in…what is wrong with people’s thinking…?

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    • inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
      November 29, 2012 @ 2:32 pm

      You can’t blame the men for Obama this election, being males we saw right through his attempts to manipulate the women to get what he wants from them. He has refined this technique even better than Bill Clinton whose book men of manipulation might be a better read than Hugh Hefner. At least Hefner is honest about it and up front. This election is the result of the feminine persuasion gone awry, the guidepost to gullibility and how to score. Promise them anything, even equal opportunity to become dependent. Thank God we still have strong women who see through this fog and live to raise strong young men instead of the weak sisters produced by the divas of dependency. The path of least resistance is always the path to the wide gate of self-destruction and Obama has swung wide the gate,,,,to the path which leads off the fiscal and moral cliff. If you think for one moment that Obama would stand a chance to be elected Dog catcher prior to women getting the vote you are mistaken. Obama is the product of those who pander to fear and weakness appealing to the fear and weakness of those who succumb to their fears and their weakness. A strong society of men and women of integrity would eschew what he offers before he could even open his yap. The problem is we lack the wholeness and lack the integrity because now, thanks to the dividing Liberal ideologs of unnatural political equality correctness, we no longer complement each other in wholeness of man plus woman = fecundity, but fail to acquire in feigned sameness that which only nature intended to act together in compliment. Now it is same + Same = Nothing produced. You cannot mess with and refute mother nature and expect not to be punished.

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    • cdrcodyComment by cdrcody
      November 29, 2012 @ 2:46 pm

      Susieq, to answer your question people are not thinking. They are the results of our educational system where people are not taught how to think, only what to think by teachers who have their own ax to grind. And you see who got elected. But don’t lose hope. I deal with a lot of young people and I am encouraged by what I run into. These young people are learning to think for themselves in spite of what they are taught in the schools. They are being helped by technology, especially the internet, which is allowing them the freedom to search things out for themselves. That’s the real reason why the leaders, domestic and international are trying to control it. At this point in time our young people do not have the age or experience to have much impact. But, their time will come. And when it does the future will be a better place.

      Sure, it wil be tough in the meantime we still have the current old guard politicians to contend with. They are dying off, not fast enough to suit me, but they are dying off. And the youngsters are ready to take up the slack. They realize the country is going down the drain, and when I mention that the solution is to go back to the Constitution as it was originally meant to be they all agree. So, buck up and keep fighting, all of you. America’s best days are ahead. What saddens me is I won’t be around to see it. But I’ll be watching and cheering from the other side.

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    • sumitchComment by sumitch
      November 29, 2012 @ 2:55 pm

      What’s the problem grinnin2? Too many big words and no pictures? Who made you the editor anyway? You calling inluminatuo names must have hurt his feelings. What you going to do next? Invite him outside?

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    • canada3dayerComment by canada3dayer
      November 29, 2012 @ 8:13 pm

      I’m a woman and I most certainly did NOT vote for the “smiley Obama guy”…

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    • mrickyridgeComment by mrickyridge
      November 30, 2012 @ 1:22 am

      ccfonten,

      Unfortunately I agree with some of the things you say about most of the republicans in Washington and of course the democrats. The republicans are spineless, don’t speak up for republican and conservative values, don’t have the guts to counter the lies and propaganda by this corrupt, moral-less, power-hungry machine. It is also enhanced by the mindless, corrupt, liberal, lap dog media who spew their worthless message. Too bad there aren’t enough smart enough people who see through this 30 second talking point, biased messages to have thrown them out of office, including the worthless, do nothing senators who could have off set their agenda if they would have gotten their message clearer. Their goals are only to get elected or re-elected and not stand up(like allan west) and counter their rubbish. It’s time to start now for 2014 and 2016 to learn to get their message out and to overturn the freeloaders and the mindless voters back to core values, and sanity. Otherwise this great nation will succumb just like the other great nations and empires. History will repeat itself.

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    • JonathanComment by hartley8184
      November 30, 2012 @ 3:12 am

      No. This isn’t why Romney lost the election. Not even close. But, you sound really, really intellectual.

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    • mike1Comment by mike1
      November 30, 2012 @ 5:39 am

      Part of the reason the Repubs. lost was because Romney played to nice. He should have called Obama out on all his failures. The other glaring reason was because of the welfare vote. The democrats continue to put more and more people on welfare, simple to buy their votes.
      Now that the rigged election is over, the republican leaders need to grow a spine and do what is right for the country and the people. The first thing they should do is remove Boehner from his speaker position. He has the spine of a jellyfish.

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  3. pypypypyComment by pypypypy
    November 29, 2012 @ 9:36 am

    Either way, the GOP will be blamed. So the best way is not to vote on this fiscal cliff issue, and when thing come tumbling down they will have the opportunity to say we never voted cos we know it would not work and the Dems refused to compromise!

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    • BobinmsComment by Bobinms
      November 29, 2012 @ 9:50 am

      If the Democrats want to go over the cliff, tell them to go ahead, we’ll be there to watch. They are bluffing. And if not, who cares, the hapless Republicans will be blamed no matter what happens. I’m afraid we are going to have to crash to put the voters head on straight. As the University of Colorado Professor Morris Massey said in the 60′s, people have to experience “a significant emotional event” before they will change their way of life. You will never be able to convince the takers with logic and reason, but if they miss a few meals, you will have their attention. (Incidentally, Morris in the 60′s predicted the situation we are in today.)

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    • inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
      November 29, 2012 @ 11:20 am

      This is why Americans never learn from their mistakes. The Federal government always stands between the people and that significant emotional corrective event that teaches people to pull hand out of economic fire. The government palliatives just dull the pain like Liberal Drugs so the fools leave hand in fire until crispy. Thanks to the tax and spend Liberals of the Ponzi Scheme bait and switch Debt creators, we will all soon be crispy critters economically. We became Crispy critters morally decades ago. Thanks Obama, Pelosi, Reid. We now will all become carbon copies of You. How boring.

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  4. brightlightComment by brightlight
    November 29, 2012 @ 9:40 am

    Republicans need to refocus on how Obama won. He did not receive a financial mandate. He won by supporting the agendas of:
    The gays
    Blacks
    Latinos

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    • inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
      November 29, 2012 @ 11:27 am

      The liberals have succeeded in taking American Greed and self-interest which work for benefit in the business world of wealth building where individual self-interest collectely works for the collective interest of the businewss building nation,,,,and have placed Greed in the political areana where the collecctive greed can only consume and debilitate the interests and viability of the individual whose interests are always sacrificed for the benefit of the greedy collective. Greed is good when properly leashed and directed to building things. When unleashed in political arenas of corrupt men of consumption, it becomes deadly to the citizens and nation as a whole.

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  5. brightlightComment by brightlight
    November 29, 2012 @ 9:52 am

    Womens agendas
    abortionists
    union groups
    Ill informed students
    social parasites
    racially devisive groups

    Among all of these groups there is not a shred of concern for the financial welfare of the country as long as they got what they wanted and most of their issues did not concern money.
    So, repubs ought to wake up and look at the whole picture before assuming every one wants all the entitlements and tax breaks Dems are seeking.

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    • JonathanComment by hartley8184
      November 30, 2012 @ 3:13 am

      I believe the phrase you are looking for is “useful idiots”.

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  6. Allen SComment by Allen S
    November 29, 2012 @ 10:18 am

    I am convinced that fraud was the main reason that caused Romney to lose. On the other hand, our nation is filled with people without establishment principles — anything goes. Our homes and churches are not teaching them nor the Word of God. We lost it a long time ago and it is going to take a long time to regain American or Christian principles. If we don’t, we will go completely under. It is up to We the People to change the way America thinks and it has to start with God.

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    • cdrcodyComment by cdrcody
      November 29, 2012 @ 3:11 pm

      I don’t know about fraud, but the Democrats were much better in getting out the vote. I understand that in some areas the turnout was over 150% of the registered voters.

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    • JonathanComment by hartley8184
      November 30, 2012 @ 3:14 am

      Unless I misunderstand the word of God, what happens to America now depends on God the Father. Not We the People. You uh… see how far we’ve gotten on that phrase… right?

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  7. thomasjeffersonComment by thomasjefferson
    November 29, 2012 @ 10:24 am

    Someone screams racist and the cowards in DC duck for cover. What a bunch of losers.

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    • cdrcodyComment by cdrcody
      November 29, 2012 @ 3:05 pm

      That’s because they are infected with PC thinking no matter how much they deny it. Political Correctness means trying not to offend anybody. Can’t be done, there are too many opinions and backgrounds. The losers in DC forget, or they never learned, that an insult has no meaning unless there is a tacit agreement between the insultor and the insultee that the so called insult has some validity. Otherwise the screaming is just so much noise and should be ignored. Since they duck for cover when someone screams racist, guess what.

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  8. westinComment by westin
    November 29, 2012 @ 10:31 am

    The GOP leadership must go on the offensive. They need to call out the Obama administration on every lie and policy they put out there. Every Obama administration statement and policy is riddled with lies and deceit. Get Obama on the defensive and keep him there. The GOP must obstruct every policy he proposes. Drive him over the brink, he will self destruct.

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    • cdrcodyComment by cdrcody
      November 29, 2012 @ 3:17 pm

      Will never happen. That takes a certain amount of something internal. The GOP doesn’t have it. Reagan did, but he was the last one.

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    • mrickyridgeComment by mrickyridge
      November 30, 2012 @ 1:35 am

      Westin,
      I agree. But there are only a few who have the guts to go after them and then they are slaughtered by the liberal media. Look at Sarah Palin, Allan West, Michelle Bachmann, etc. The other cowards in washington or elsewhere do not back them up and hammer it out that about these messages of lies. Unfortunately you have to give the democrats credit in one area. They all stick together with their lies and are relentless in gettting their lies to stick. Look at the election. It worked because they were determined (even though they were wrong). Obama and his cronies are good at playing the racist role, and the republicans back down immediately. Look at Benghazi,what a disgrace that was, fast and furious, etc. If you can’t stand up for real values , especially when people die, when do you?
      They only would if it was their family members who died.

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    • JonathanComment by hartley8184
      November 30, 2012 @ 3:16 am

      The GOP is on the offensive. Conservatives are the ones they are “offending” against.

      It’s time we figured out that the GOP of Reagan has become the GOP of the Left.

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  9. powertothepeopleComment by powertothepeople
    November 29, 2012 @ 10:31 am

    To the Obozo supporters here today…great job of stealing an election! Yea that’s right…stealing! How do you get 157% of registered democrats unless the ballot box is stuffed. This election was as fraud ridden as any third world country.

    I agree with the comment that until a major event of emotional enlightenment hits, the populace will continue down the road of being the worlds largest Greece! Our day is coming and it will be ugly!

    The Republitards do not have the B**** to say to the Demorats “go ahead fools, drive off the cliff”. Until this is done, the charade continues and we all suffer. My Republitard Congressman Cantor is caving to the Demorats as we speak. Makes me sick!

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    • inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
      November 29, 2012 @ 11:16 am

      Joseph Stalin: “It’s not the people who vote that count. It’s the people who count the votes.”

      Stalin would have just loved electronic vote balloting. A simple virus or reprogram can easily steal any election. If the Republican Congress does not pass a bill stating that actual physical vote counts cannot differ from the Electronic count by more than a factor of more than 0.01% then the Republicans will never regain power at the Federal level, nor in any Democrat machine run city or State.

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    • cdrcodyComment by cdrcody
      November 29, 2012 @ 3:20 pm

      Remember Obama’s comment to the Russians that he would “have more flexibility after the election”. Why do you think he was so confident?

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    • inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
      November 29, 2012 @ 7:03 pm

      Since about 20% of the Russian economy is now in the form of oil and gas energy, fellow comrad Obama haws a vested interest in shoving green projects and environmental boon doggles down our throat to block further the Keystone Pipeline and enrich his fellow Muslim financial backers as well to keep the price of oil high. Turns out UN socialist appointee Susan Rice is heavily invested in Companies who do business in Iran. Hello, just protecting her (Let’s pre-detemine economic winners and losers) on a Soviet/Iranian socialist scale,,,,after the election of course.

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  10. cgretiredComment by cgretired
    November 29, 2012 @ 10:34 am

    As Republicans, we should be used to all this. We’ve seen it happen time and time again when liberals accuse us of something way off base, something that is totally wrong, and yet, the reply “we” give or the way “we” reply is to turn the other cheek and invite more ridicule. The leadership in this party will never learn that the only way to fight fire is with fire. Hit them where it hurts and stand up to them. But, no. Instead, we get mealy mouth candidates that are unwilling to show their colors, to show that we, as Republicans, are strong and powerful, and want to save this country from becoming another Greece.

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    • powertothepeopleComment by powertothepeople
      November 29, 2012 @ 10:57 am

      Hope you are right and we do not become another Greece. The clock is ticking though and time is critical. I fear so many Americans do not really understand the place we are at this point in time.

      People of real conviction and morals must step up now for the sake of our country. That includes people like ourselves. The politicians will not take any risk until it is clear to them they have something to lose. Pressure can only be brought to bare by organization. The GOP is not the answer now when we need it most. We need a voice…one that gets the attention of the Washington power brokers and the American people. But, be assured that any movement will be attacked by both the left and the right.

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  11. rdv44Comment by rdv44
    November 29, 2012 @ 11:06 am

    Romney lost by approximatley 410,000 votes in five battle-ground states where the Republican Party was out manned on the ground. The Dems were campaigning in these battleground states since early 2007 and never stopped. Acorn employees became Obama campaign employees in 2008 and never looked back. The Repubican Party needs its own version of street organizers on the streets that today they only visit two months before elections. Changing hearts and minds is not a once and a while endevour. We are fighting against propoganda being delivered in schools and in the media, and those clinging to the teet of the government have been taught not to trust anyone who dissagrees with the socialist training they have received. It will not be easy, but we must find allies in each of these subcultures and find away to become part of the fabric through our own Community Organizers.

    Regarding the Cliff. We Repubs should hold three press conferences per day from now until mid 2013 which explains our countries finances and ties any so-called Revenue enhancement to real entitlement reform, including Obamacare. Explain what economic expansion does for Revenue Increases, and keep beating the drum. The Dems wont go there, and the Cliff will come and we will recover when and only if we face reality. However, Repubs will have protected themselves with clear and concise educational moments every day for 9 months. Then release our own Community Organizers to with the tools to teach the American people who to fish again!

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  12. powertothepeopleComment by powertothepeople
    November 29, 2012 @ 11:17 am

    I agree brother! Who will it be? Who can we bombard with emails and calls to get out there with the flip charts and explain these things? The charade of kicking the can has to stop!

    Is Paul Ryan the guy we encourage to step up and be the professor?

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    • rdv44Comment by rdv44
      November 29, 2012 @ 11:42 am

      I think this is the challenge of the day and to be honest, I don’t know for sure. There has to be a way to get organized with like minded people who have time and desire to make a difference. Sending emails is too impersonal… We need store fronts and feet on the street looking into peoples eyes with a consistent message based upon Constitutional and Declaration of Independence with real life example of how it fits into todays world.

      I think its Rubio might be the national leader, but we need a bunch of retirees who are willing to put in the time to save us from the world they created. There are many retirees out there who have the right mind set, skills and time to fix what their generation has broken. Yes, I am down on the Boomers and they need to fix what they broke. If they ever had a time to show how great they are, this is it! The rest of us are too busy trying to make ends meet.

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  13. popstComment by popst
    November 29, 2012 @ 11:45 am

    It’s time to make this President put up or shut up. Lets see his side of the balanced approach. So far his side of the scale is empty, about as empry as the spending cut promised to President Reagan and to President Bush. Remember the promises Obame made at the beginning of his first term? Don’t fall for the Democrats empty promises for a third time. Grow some gonads and stand up to this joke of a President.

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    • sumitchComment by sumitch
      November 29, 2012 @ 5:17 pm

      I agree that he should be forced to do his job but how are you going to make Obama do anything he doesn’t want to do? He’s lied, violated his oath of office, ignored the constitution, gave Holder a “Get out of Jail” card, spit on the United States and kissed off to his Muslim buddies and congress does nothing but picks their noses and talk big talk.

      They are violating their oath of office too in that they are not defending this country from all enemies foreign and DOMESTIC. And we keep electing over and over. We’ve seen them buy votes with tax payer’s money so they can stay in office and now half the nation depends on the government to give them food, housing and clothing rather than go to work and put in an honest day. They’ve got plenty of time to sell a few bags of reefer and nose candy for extra cash to pay for their Cadillacs. Why work when you can sit on the porch and drink a little Ripple and do nothing else?

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    • sumitchComment by sumitch
      November 29, 2012 @ 6:10 pm

      I trust by calling the current PC word “entitlements” we aren’t talking about social security, medicade and Veterans benefits. People like me worked for 40-60 years being forced to pay into these funds with matching funds from our employers. The politicians have stolen all the money in the piggy banks to buy the votes to keep them in office with “Bridges to Nowhere”, the Johnstown, Pennsylvania airport, free air travel for them. There is a contract that they government signed with all veterans guaranteeing them benefits if you’ll go to Korea or southeast Asia or Columbia or Guatemala and give people the opportunity to shoot and kill you or blow you away with concealed traps. The most I ever made in the Army was $578.00/month and that was after four years and I didn’t get the choice of quitting if I wanted to.
      And all of a sudden I’m the bad guy for wanting what I worked 55 years for and what was promised to me while the politicians in DC take home $178,000/year with an average staff of 20 to do their work for winning office for only one term and to get it for life? Not to mention free blue ribbon free health care and even hair cuts for crying out loud for their efforts. Let’s work on their “entitlements” before they start stealing even more from the tax payers who earned it. People like me aren’t taking something for nothing. We earned it.

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  14. JDZComment by JDZ
    November 29, 2012 @ 12:00 pm

    I ask myself why…what I see as obvious…so many others do not see. For example, the country is in an extremely poor financial situation and getting worse by the day. The national debt has increased by 50% in the last four years. The “modified to keep lower” high unemployment rate is stuck at near 8% with nothing happening to change this for the better. Our large entitlement programs are headed toward insolvency and the Obama administration is doing nothing about this. Those that have been on long term unemployment benefits are about to run out of benefits (which were extended from 22 weeks to 99 weeks) and are now going to have to resort to welfare and food stamps to survive.

    The American voters had an opportunity to change horses and bring in a professional job creator in Mitt Romney but didn’t do it, and so, we are basically still on the failed policies of the Obama administration.

    I could blame the incompetence of the Romney campaign, I could blame the brilliance of the Obama campaign, I could blame racist based support of Black Americans, I could blame the self serving Hispanic and Asian voters, I could blame big labor and the public service unions in particular, I could blame the mainstream media, and I could blame young and naive men and women, for the re-election of a failed President and an incompetent administration.

    Is it that easy?

    Maybe, because this situation has been decades in the making, I should just blame human nature. Looking back in history, every major civilization/country has gone through some form of a cycle of fundamental original construction followed by a long period of optimization and experiencing the pleasures of their creation, and then a period of decline leading toward some form of either revolution and reset, or the extinguishment of their form of civilization.

    Maybe America has topped out and is now in decline and this recent election has just perpetuated this cyclic decline which has been coming all long anyway.

    Maybe the country has to begin experiencing pain…real pain, before it’s citizens will finally believe that their self serving interests are not the highest priority of the government and that we can no longer provide all of these safety nets at the current levels. That we are broke. Financially in big trouble.

    It is human nature to respond to pain by actually taking actions they think will stop the pain, but they have to experience the pain first or apathy and self serving behavior will continue. Those Americans receiving welfare checks, social security checks, disability checks, and unemployment benefits are expecting these subsides to continue in perpetuity or, they would have voted for new leadership to shore up our economy and create jobs for those who pay taxes to continue these programs. They are not feeling any sense of urgency (pain) or they would have voted to elect Romney.

    The Blacks and Hispanics appear to be satisfied with their situation even though unemployment is the highest in the nation in their ethnic communities. They are not feeling the pain or they would have voted for change.

    So, to me, government at all levels has to begin visibly failing to deliver (creating pain) by cutting services and benefits, before enough voters will wake up and vote for change which will begin to turn our country around into a more positive direction. It is almost like an achoholic who will not admit he/she has a problem until they wake up laying on the street without a nickel to their name.

    Too bad…but it is human nature to allow egos, quest for power and control, prestige, pursuit of wealth, overboard altruism, laziness, political correctness, self serving interests, ideology, etc. to rise above good common sense and shape government policy and actions, but history has proven that it happens even to those with well meaning intent.

    Our country is at a critical tipping point and this recent election just may have been the last straw that facilitates the rapid decline of the America my generation was fortunate to experience.

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    • powertothepeopleComment by powertothepeople
      November 29, 2012 @ 12:18 pm

      Good points and well said! I recently discussed many of these points with members of my family and was surprised at the feelings and suggestions some of them articulated.

      There was fear….fear of whats coming…fear of the unknown. There was disgust with the two parties…some equated them as one party with two polls. To my surprise there was selfishness for their own world as they see it….meaning their retirement, pension, Medicare. Some were convinced the GOP would take away their pensions or cut their SS and the Demorats would not. This was a small segment of society and it opened my eyes!

      I realized there was a mixture of components here, ill informed, some bias one way or the other, misconceptions and in a few cases an unwillingness to listen. This was a party of 10 people. To change minds with real information is a tough task! It will be a long road folks!

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    • cdrcodyComment by cdrcody
      November 29, 2012 @ 4:07 pm

      Don’t pick on those of us receiving social security checks. We worked all of our lives to put in to something that we had no choice about. Most of us have a vehement dislike (I can’t use the proper term or I will be dis-barred) for the anti-American muslim-loving marxist that resides in the White House and we voted against him. We got out voted by the phone lady and her associates. What is she going to do when the phone stops working along with everything else? She and they will have to get to work and get some sense or those genes will be removed from the pool.

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  15. powertothepeopleComment by powertothepeople
    November 29, 2012 @ 12:07 pm

    All of the Boomers are no more to blame than all of the poor or all of the blacks. Be careful using such a broad brush. The blame goes far and through out our population. We must hold the politicians accountable! Obozo must be pressed to show real numbers when he faints cuts. He is a smoke and mirrors pol and the GOP lets him slid time and time again.

    Who else has suggestions on getting an organized front going about the facts? Speak up…..don’t just vent…speak up with ideas! We need action folks…what we have now is not working!

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    • rdv44Comment by rdv44
      November 29, 2012 @ 1:03 pm

      You’re right regarding my broad brush. It is an error on my part, but I can without reservation say the majority those running the country for the last 35 or so years were in this generation, those running the country today were educated by this generation, and those living off the teet were inharently placed there by the policies this generation supported as just solutions. There are always generational tendancies which reveal themselves at macro level and the statists of this generation seem to have won the battle.

      There have always been progressives and those who had good intentions supported by poor policies. In the end, we now appear to be country that expects something for nothing. This is not limited to those under the thumb of failed policies, but also includes the elite of our society (CEOs,union bosses, college professors, entertainers, polititions, etc… the list goes on). Is it really surprising that a good portion of the American people want their free lunch too??

      I believe JDZ has it right as it relates to where we are today. It is clear that we are in decline as a country. We can change, but it will likely be painful. I do believe there are people with the time and ability to affect change, but we need to go where conservatives in recent years have failed to provide a clear and prosperous alternative.

      Keep in mind, we are looking for a 5% swing here, not 30%. This is what we need to have a chance to facilitate change without the pain JDZ predicts. I only hope it is not too late. The Community Organizer model works but we need local leaders to make it work for us. The echo-chamber isn’t going to get us there.

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    • inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
      November 29, 2012 @ 2:53 pm

      Until schools are retaken and local community values re-instated we will soon all become cookie cutter socialist useful idiots. We may have already lost a generation of children to the socialist mind benders of entitlement. Defunding the department of education would go a long way to fixing what ails America. We had not these problems in the 50s and 60s where kids could actually move numbers in their heads without a hand held computor. Today the believe Obama when he spends $1.40 for every tax dollar taken in and think it can continue forever??

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    • JonathanComment by Jonathan
      December 2, 2012 @ 12:02 am

      Inlumanato, you understand what’s going on. I salute you! Defund the Marxist education establishment NOW!

      Anyway, conservatives ALREADY have community organizers: They’re called CHURCHES!

      But, too bad we rolled over and died in 1954 when Senator LBJ decided to outlaw free speech on his very own. So for the last 60 years we’ve been letting our greatest organizing asset go to waste, all because we’re afraid of the mean old IRS.

      The church has allowed the downfall of this nation at the hands of liberalism. Instead of building Christian amusement parks and megachurches for the past 40 years, we should have been working to build a viable alternative to Hollywood and the music industry.

      Christians should be defining Christianity to the masses, not the Hollywood Left.

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  16. geezertomncComment by geezertomnc
    November 29, 2012 @ 1:36 pm

    Republicans lost the race for the White House. They did NOT lose the House of Representatives. Revenue (tax) bills by the Constitution can only originate in the House. Republicans should be reminding Obama (supposedly constitutional authority) of this and should pass their best proposals. They should be telling Obama they will accept his “rich tax” if he comes up with the remainder- over $1 trillion after taking out the roughly $82 billion for taxing the rich!

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  17. omejaComment by omeja
    November 29, 2012 @ 2:00 pm

    Voting machines will destroy this country. The 3rd world knows the only way to have fair voting is to dip the right index finger into the unremovable (for 36 hours) purple ink.
    Possibly those who love liberty & pursuit of happiness have already lost the battle to the massive 3rd generation families on welfare & Govt provided benefits, who have never worked, and push out babies like rabbits, with only 20% married, as well as others content to accept the dole by the fewer & fewer taxpayers, until it all collapses, as is happening in Europe presently. Woe to those who break the camels back. The little red hen doesn’t bake bread any more.

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    • powertothepeopleComment by powertothepeople
      November 29, 2012 @ 2:36 pm

      No question the amount of fraud is getting huge. It is easy to do absentee ballots in more than one state. The Dems also know how to get votes in the nursing homes. It happened to my mother-in-law. She has Dementia and supposedly voted but can’t remember for who. Imagine how many votes the libs could get by working the unaware in the nursing homes. It could be millions!

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    • cdrcodyComment by cdrcody
      November 29, 2012 @ 4:14 pm

      The Little Red Hen bakes chocolate cake and the flavoring is Ex-Lax.

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  18. Allen SComment by Allen S
    November 29, 2012 @ 2:16 pm

    It has been my observation lately that there must be a number of lefties getting on this site to down grade some very good comments. I have not noticed this before until just these last few weeks. I am not talking about my comments because it does no matter to me since I believe in what I say no matter who likes it or not.

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    • powertothepeopleComment by powertothepeople
      November 29, 2012 @ 2:37 pm

      Agreed!

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    • cdrcodyComment by cdrcody
      November 29, 2012 @ 4:18 pm

      Don’t worry about it. Most of us here know what is going on and don’t pay any attention to it.

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  19. elixirmixerComment by elixirmixer
    November 29, 2012 @ 2:56 pm

    Mr. Adamo is absolutely right. Beltway republicans have become “girlie-men” and won’t fight for what’s right.

    Where have all the real men gone?

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  20. oldsoldier33Comment by oldsoldier33
    November 29, 2012 @ 3:23 pm

    What are the prospects for an Obama third term? Don’t talk to me about The Constitution. That has been a dead issue since Obama’s inauguration. Just for discussion sake, how could it be stopped if we were in crisis, in a chaotic or somewhat chaotic situation? So much of our government depends on self-restraint, something Obama and contemporary Democrats lack. The President has already shown he will willingly ignore The Costitution and laws passed by Congress and signed by the president. What is to stop him with enough willing states and state parties? Just a thought.

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    • sumitchComment by sumitch
      November 29, 2012 @ 3:26 pm

      I sure wouldn’t count on Congress.

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    • cdrcodyComment by cdrcody
      November 29, 2012 @ 4:22 pm

      I’m thinking by the mid term elections he won’t be around. Some wiz kid is going to hack into his records and prove he is not legal to be president. Then he will be spending he next twenty years in Sing Sing.

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  21. bigjohn555Comment by bigjohn555
    November 29, 2012 @ 5:27 pm

    BHO won the Presidency.
    The people kept the Senate in the hands of the democrats.
    We the people kept the House, the controller of government’s purse strings, in Republican control. We the people kept the Republicans in control of the purse strings because we want the days of big spending to be over and for there to be no new taxes.
    The President and the Senate have their powers, and the House has its powers. If Mr. Boehner wants to negotiate with the President instead of elected democrats in the House, where tax legislation is required to start, then we need a change in Republican House leadership. Mr. Boehner doesn’t seem to realize that BHO can propose whatever he wants to, but only the Congress can pass legislation.
    It is my belief the Rep. Bachmann would be a great Speaker of the House.

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  22. kskiddComment by kskidd
    November 29, 2012 @ 5:42 pm

    As far as I am concerned, the electronic voting machines were hacked, illegals voted in our election, many people not being required to show photo proof of identity voted repeatedly. The only thing this past election has proven to me is that the Democrats have pulled off the greatest takeover in the history of the world. We no longer have a government “of the people, by the people, for the people”. We now have a government “of the left, by the left, for the left”.

    What is the most bitter pill to swallow is that they were able to pull off this obvious theft without so much as a challenge by any one in the Republican party, in congress, or in the news media.

    The democrats have no mandate. To claim that they do is nothing but a propagandizing stunt. The don’t need a mandate, they own us all now, but since there are so many unable to see this, they are keeping up the propaganda. I believe the day will come when they will dispense with that and just lay down the law openly. Who knows, maybe we’ll get a new name for our country, something like “The Union of Socialist States Of America” (USSA)

    If people concerned about the so-called “fiscal cliff” have been watching and have any intelligence in their heads at all, they should be able to see the obvious: This administration is bent on destroying this nation, our freedom. The democrat party as a whole is all for it and the current Republicans who are talking about giving in to the left are the most gutless group of Republicans to ever sit in the house or the senate. Instead of capitulating to the so-called “lord and savior” and his communist wannabe buds in the Democrat party, they ought to not only be standing up for conservative economic, social and foreign policy principles, they out to be raising pure hell about this president, Ben Gazi and the blatant, obvious propagandizing of our so-called news media and the blatant, obvious theft of the election.

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  23. gm1919Comment by gm1919
    November 29, 2012 @ 6:41 pm

    Collins, Corker, Mcconnell, Boehner to name but a few, are RINO’s and will not take us from the socialist agenda we experience today. Only those who are in direct contrast to their spend and tax agenda will win. It has been proven in 2010. Do we forget so easily? The republican party needs to become a true constitutional party. And because these lifetime politicians care not where our country ends up, we the people need to take our country back. We need to begin a third party. The republican and democratic party are stale and too much alike. The republicans will cave on this fiscal cliff instead of just walking away. The public knows the democrats are not serious about cutting spending. geitner is actually calling for doubling down on stimulus, doing away with any debt limit and spending us into oblivion. All the Republicans need to do(but will they), is to tell the public on all t.v and media outlets that there plans are the only one’s being offered. Obama and the dems are not serious and will take America over the fiscal cliff. They are to blame if that happens because we have no leader in the White House or in the whole democratic party. Tax and spend, not cut, cut, cut is their mantra. Wake up Boehner and McConnel. leave your mark in the sand and just leave the fray. Democrats will take us over the cliff. They will be to blame. They hold so to upper class tax custs which run our country for 8 days then seriously cutting spending. Republicans need to call the shots, not the dems. Dems are the party of NO. They do not care about this country. Plain and simple. The repubs we have are not getting it done. Third constitutional conservative party needed desperately to save America! The establishment needs to go and we need to keep putting true conservatives against republicans and dems. I believe over a couple elections we will win at least 40%. more than enough to win all major elections. Repubs 30% and dems 30%. It will take all true patriotic Americans to make it happen, Lets rid ourselves of the dems and repubs forever. Neither deserves our vote.

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    • mrickyridgeComment by mrickyridge
      November 30, 2012 @ 1:56 am

      amen to this.
      get some people with guts and brains and common sense in washington, etc. We actually have more governors who have common sense. That’s why those states are doing better. Do the comparisons on states that do well and those that don’t. Those run by mindless democrats are all heading towards bankruptcy or have high unemployment rates. These are the types of things republicans and conservatives should pound into the mindless, dribblers who voted for democrats and obama.

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  24. kskiddComment by kskidd
    November 29, 2012 @ 7:14 pm

    gm1919, you said “Lets rid ourselves of the dems and repubs forever. Neither deserves our vote.” …. I’m for that. How would you suggest we go about achieving that goal?

    When I was a kid living in south west Texas, I used to collect a number of red fire ants, and an equal number of the large black ants, put them in a jug, shake them up and pour them out on the ground and watch the war that resulted.

    The sad fact is that the citizenry of the Unite States is currently about as united as a jug full of fire ants and black ants. Please explain how we can get them to work together. uh …. forgive me and don’t take this personally because it is not intended that way: I do agree we need to do something to insure our future as a free nation, but all things considered …. LOL

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  25. JonathanComment by Jonathan
    December 1, 2012 @ 11:56 pm

    I think I’ll just watch and see how long it takes conservatives in this country to wake up and smell the coffee. It must be just about ready, because I smell burning wires in the kitchen.

    “What is appalling however is that establishment Republicans are almost exuberant in their efforts to characterize the election as a mandate to capitulate to the left while jettisoning virtually every precept of real conservatism”

    Yeah. No kidding. My observation is that Mitt Romney was an establishment Republican, and so his election also would have indicated a mandate to capitulate to the Left. But, what do I know. I’m just one of those idiots who doesn’t want to let go of the social issues. I guess I’m just not “progressive” enough to believe in death panels, infanticide and the legitimacy of mental illness as a healthy alternative for culture.

    You do need to do something to save the nation. And it isn’t voting. Not anymore. Start by waking up and smelling the coffee. This is a battle for good and evil. Not a “disagreement” with our “good friends” across the aisle.

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