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Parker: Does the Republican Party have a future?

By Star Parker

The United States, from day one, was a project about principles and ideals. The superpower that emerged and grew from the original handful of colonists was not the product of where those colonists happened to land, but of the ideals and principles in their heads and hearts, applied in how they lived their lives.

The Republican Party was founded in 1854 to address one great blot on the nation's founding legacy -- the existence of slavery in a nation founded under the ideal of freedom under God.

Runaway slave and self-educated abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass said, "I am a Republican, a black, dyed in the wool Republican, and I never intend to belong to any other party than the party of freedom and progress."

Douglass called Abraham Lincoln, America's first Republican president, "emphatically the black man's president."

When some 30 years ago I told the welfare officer to not bother showing up again at my home -- when I decided that my own future would be based on the values of Scripture, work and personal responsibility -- there was no doubt in my mind which party would become my political home. The party of "freedom and progress," the party of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass.

But as longshoreman philosopher Eric Hoffer once observed, "Every great cause begins as a movement, becomes a business, and eventually degenerates into a racket."

It's no mystery why the Republican Party is having a hard time today. No matter how hard you squint and try to discern the values of Lincoln and Frederick Douglass, or any values, for that matter, in those now wielding the money and power at the top of the party, they've disappeared. These establishment Republican leaders and operatives are not about ideals and values but business -- their own business.

The Wall Street Journal reports that the latest estimate from the Congressional Budget Office is that unemployment will "remain above 7.5 percent through next year. That would make 2014 the sixth consecutive year with a jobless rate that high, the longest stretch of such elevated unemployment in 70 years."

Yet the Republican presidential candidate in 2012 could not defeat the current occupant of the White House.

In the party that is supposed to be about freedom and personal responsibility, party operatives want to blame everyone else for their own failures. Worse, they want to pin it on candidates who actually take seriously the traditional values of their party.

Karl Rove would like to weed out candidates like former Missouri Rep. Todd Akin. Akin, who was defeated by Democrat incumbent Claire McCaskill in the Senate race in Missouri, was a six-term Republican congressman with a flawless conservative record. For most of 2012 he was ahead of McCaskill in the polls. Then, in August, he expressed himself poorly in an interview about abortion. Despite his apologies and efforts to clarify himself, his own party abandoned him.

McCaskill ran ads, over and over, showing Mitt Romney questioning Akin's qualifications. This race could have been saved. But the party elite wasted not a second to dump Akin because they were not comfortable with his conservative values to begin with.

We're living in a deeply troubled country today. Americans are looking for answers, not a political class feathering its own nest. There are tens of millions of conservative American patriots who seek an opposition party to represent their conviction that America will not get back on the path to strength and prosperity without restoration of freedom, limited government, free markets and traditional values.

Today's big question is whether the Republican Party is going to be that opposition party. If not, it is not conservative values and convictions that will be abandoned. It will be the Republican Party.


Star Parker is president of CURE.

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  1. nickster99Comment by nickster99
    February 11, 2013 @ 7:54 am

    As of now the way I see it………………NO!

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    • maynardmerrellComment by maynardmerrell
      February 11, 2013 @ 12:02 pm

      Unfortunately Nickster99, most Americans believe that we still have a two party system. That has been gone for many years. We have only a one party system- not two. Did you ever pay particular notice to the fact that no matter what party was elected into the White House nothing ever realy changed, and we kept going down hill toward socialism and to where we are now. This was not an accident, but a deliberate act to take America into the socialist New World Order. This has all been done by deception, fooling the American people, making suckers of them. The people responsible want us to believe that it is the fault of the democrates or the republicans, or the conservatives or liberals, or christians or muslims, blacks or hispanics or whites, or Red China or Russia or Communism/socialism, all of which is partically true. This is the constant revolution among the people to keep us devided, making it impossible for the peoples to unite against a common enemy—the New World Order and the Bilderbergs- the One World socialist Government. In order to defeat them we must have the courage to face the truth and the fear it causes us to feel in our gut. Other wise we face defeat and the loss of freedom. So you have a choise. Rise up….or lay down. Type in on “search” the following and learn for yourself. Star Parker is great and you will better understand what she writes after reading what I will give you here. Bilderber Group; New World Order; Global Union; One World Government; Council of Foreign Relations; Tri Lateral Commission. After you’ve read this stuff, ask yourselve why our politicians and news media, particularly Fox News, have not told you of this? Pass on the information to others. The more people that know the truth, the stronger we will be. Also join the Tea Party and help to rid it of subversive elements that seek to distroy it.~ Don’t Tread On Me!

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  2. ronbo64Comment by ronbo64
    February 11, 2013 @ 9:03 am

    until we get this america hating non citizen obama out,we will continue our downslide into fascism!

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    • nickster99Comment by nickster99
      February 11, 2013 @ 9:42 am

      Until the gutless repukelicans start calling this obamination out on all the laws he has broken and his failings as a leader in every aspect of governing. His trampling of the constitution. His utter hatred for America! Then I will look towards a third party. Hopefully the Tea Party can gain more ground between now and the 2014 elections. I cannot see one Republican worthy of my vote! Not one! I saw this monster coming out of the woodwork in 2006! He was useless in The Illinois Senate and as a U.S. Senator. The writing was on the wall for all to read and understand but you ALL ignored it. Now……..go and pay the very high price of your ignorance!

      I was to see my doctor last week and he said the people of this country have NO IDEA what is in store for them through Obama care in years to come. Not this year, not next year but when Obummer is a memory and there wont be a DAM THING ANYONE WILL BE ABLE TO DO ABOUT IT!

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    • my04301933Comment by my04301933
      February 11, 2013 @ 2:53 pm


      You can keep yourself healthy at least…in the past (not too far past) I found myself abscessed with HATE for OBAMA…and I found that I was hurting my health both mentally and physically.

      I decided not to toss in the towel though…instead to start handling Obama as I would a pretty successful business competitor..

      …by becoming just more effective, working smarter, and moving in when he shows a weakness and or becomes complacent.

      From a political point of view I must identify clearly where both his strengths are…and clearly where he is the weakest!

      My resources to combat him are at this point decrepit. I speak of the G.O.P.

      They know too that they are decrepit and sense their days ending.
      And some of us out here believe that when the old farts fall by the wayside, the obedient young patriots will remain to replace them.

      No, that’s not good enough!

      I’ve been a change agent all my career…I am retained by large corporations to come into their midst and “make changes” happen.

      So, I draw up a “model of the current organization, its good and bad characteristics, and generally find that their problem evolves around “garbage in, garbage out”.

      I then draw up a model of the “desired organization” and see if it is feasible to modify the old organization so it performs like the “desired model”

      I seldom find “attempts to modify just won’t do it”…you get the “hanger ons” agreeing to comply with the new rules, while secretly “subordinate insubordination” at every turn.

      The most successful (short of cleaning house”) has been dumping the old, and embracing the new “desired organization model”

      So, while this is a long way to tell Parker she is right…I believe that the Tea Party could be using this time between now and 2014 to become and produce a formidable opponent to Obama.

      I would prefer a Tea Party that sets aside the amateur “mud slinging” it sometimes uses…which could produce other than a professional image…to one that is politically mature, agile, intellectual, smart, and that has two significant targets…GETTING VOTES and SAVING AMERICA

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    • senior29Comment by senior29
      February 11, 2013 @ 5:52 pm

      Not only must we get Obama out, we must be certain that Hillary or some other progressive propagandist isn’t the next occupant of the White House otherwise the U.S. will continue to devolve into chaos.

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  3. mrickyridgeComment by mrickyridge
    February 11, 2013 @ 9:07 am

    I don’t see many of the republicans standing up, pointing to the ineptitude of this administration and of the many liberal(radical} democrats and their idealogistic mentality. This is leading to the collapse of our country and the republican party. I used to say proudly that I was a republican because they had the guts to stand up for principles and would fight back. Look at Romney, he should have easily defeated this inexperieced , gutless, orator. That’s all oboma and his useless sheep are. He is not my leader. The republicans should have easily defeated him based on this unaccomplished record and baseless lies and deceit. He is good at one thing-blaming others and it worked because no one was willing to take him on with every lie. If the republicans sit back and quietly whine, not fight and take on the issues instead of placating they will be back where they were from 2008-2010. Then who knows how much destruction the democrats will delivery to us and many will sit back and take it. I sadly say i am more in tuned to the tea party and now after many, many years consider myself an independant, because I see a weak, divided, gutless, unwilling republican party fighting every step of the way the things they should be standing up for.

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  4. inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
    February 11, 2013 @ 9:38 am

    In politics, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Clinton acted and the Republicans reacted with Bush, followed by the Democrats reacting with Obama. The Republican Party is not suffering the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, but the birth pangs that attend the creation of all things new. The Republican Party was founded in 1854 to address the issue of human bondage, and the Tea Party arm has arisen to address the issue of Human economic and moral bondage today. Our cause is just and our challenge WILL win out in the end, in spite of what the fearful nerds of immediate gratification and clingers of their own person power within the party will have you believe. This is not the death of Republicanism but the pangs of its second birth. This is not the sign of a debilitated suffering of a party in desperation and defeat, but the healthy sign of a party of men strong enough to address that which is disabling them and their country to face it head on. It is not the aftermath of the hurricane, but the cleansing storm before the calm of an ultimate victory. Keep the faith and stay the course, just as Washington did after his own many small defeats, knowing full well the ever conquering ultimate, truthful hand of providence resided within in his quiver. Our truths WILL win out in the end provided our Representatives cling to them and do not cling to their own personal power and position. I too had a “Come to Jesus” moment with a government official who sought to buy my freedom with the offer of government dependency, to buy my soul out of a bad financial situation not of my making but theirs. Thank God I listened to him and not them and became empowered in a way they could never do in their debilitating government dependency, which went on to make my life secure and prosperous. So let it be with our representatives who need more a leap of faith than a leap off a fiscal cliff. Only when they and we regain that faith in ourselves, our founding principles and look within to our own power and not without to others will we regain what was lost.

    “What is the meaning of Life and Politics?
    Life and Politics of itself have no meaning,
    Each of us as persons have meaning , and it is WE who bring it to life,
    It is a waste to be asking the question, “What is the meaning to Life and Politics”
    When it is WE who are the answer.” -Paraphrase of Joseph Campbell

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    • Johnny MayhemComment by Johnny Mayhem
      February 11, 2013 @ 9:23 pm

      I agree with you. The Republicans will be coming back a lot sooner than most people expect. Maybe it has something to do with what the mystics have been saying about the spiritual awakening of humanity. Looking at the situation in that light you see the last gasps of a dying order. If that is true look for the old guard leaders, Republican Democrat or whatever, dying off rapidly in the next four or five years and being replaced by young idealists who are interested in the welfare of America and not some political agenda.

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  5. wallpentComment by wallpent
    February 11, 2013 @ 9:57 am

    The republican party did not cotest the 2012 vote. its like they get slapped in the face and do nothing. maybe they are in colusion?maybe both parties will get us to anarchy; but the democrats will get us there faster..But currently, the scales are tipped in Democrats will take longer to suppress the Republican Party than Obama expects..The planned civil disorder will refurbish the Republican party.

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  6. rightlane1111Comment by rightlane1111
    February 11, 2013 @ 10:09 am

    The Republican Party does not articulate its principles. We have no idea what they stand for. For all I know…they are the same as the progressives, less some very strong Conservatives. Welcome to the dictatorship. Don’t believe me…Secret Courts…drone flying in US territory (LA). Has the Republican Party EVEN OPENED THEIR MOUTHS? Boehner…McConnell OPEN YOU MOUTHS.

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  7. giant33Comment by giant33
    February 11, 2013 @ 10:18 am

    Give me a break,we lost the election by a small amount.With the msm,hollywood,and fraud against us.

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  8. BobinmsComment by Bobinms
    February 11, 2013 @ 10:29 am

    To the Republicans who think the Hispanic vote is why they lost the election.

    You lost the election because you were running against an incumbent.
    You lost the election because the media supported the president.
    You lost the election because 93% of blacks voted for Obama.
    You lost the election because a storm hit the New Jersey area.
    You lost the election because Christie shot off his mouth.
    You lost the election because you blew the 3rd debate, never mentioning Bengazi, snatching defeat from the jaws of victory..
    You lost the election because the Jewish vote went to Obama, even though he has supported Israel less than any modern day president.
    You lost the election because you didn’t get out the vote.

    But to hear you, the election was lost because of the Hispanic vote. It is disappointing because you’d think the Regan amnesty would have produced more Republican Hispanic votes. And surely the Hispanics would remember George W’s amnesty efforts and reward the Republican party accordingly. Yeah right, just like they will remember this amnesty.

    The definition of insanity is to keep doing the same thing and expecting a different result. So above all, you lost the election because it was run by RHINO’s as it has been run for the past 30 years. The Republican party needs to get rid of it’s incompetent paid political professionals and bring in a fresh team. The emphasis on the Hispanic votes accomplishes two things for these people. I takes the attention off their incompetence and failures and continues to provide cheap labor for their business supporters.

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    • gopuc12450Comment by gopuc12450
      February 11, 2013 @ 1:35 pm

      Yep! All of the above, PLUS:
      Boehner stands to say ‘Obama won the election, so he gets his way’.
      93 million eligible voters could not stand the stench at the polls.
      Few thought one more Democrat turncoat would be any better than the dufuss we have.
      The Republican Party tried to foist another ‘favorite‘ on the voters.
      No Republican in Congress would throw a bag over the wanna-be TV star John McCain.
      The present Congressional RINO’s have as much integrity as a five year old wallet condom.

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  9. rbcondonComment by rbcondon
    February 11, 2013 @ 10:36 am

    I have felt that way since the election. The party has so much baggage

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    • bowler1hatComment by bowler1hat
      February 11, 2013 @ 12:09 pm

      The nation has all this baggage because of both parties!

      The RINOs are so close to Democrats and the Democrats are taking from the rich (and poor) and giving to the other poor what they don’t keep for themselves. Only the Republicans and Libertarians are saying that our people, no matter their color should be respectful, respected, accomplished and seek a destiny based on pride.

      Just remember those in the Democratic party say the rich must pay more for this nation to return to prosperity while they exempt themselves. It is a shame that those who suffer most by this Democratic Regime have more loyalty to the fraud that oppresses them than to their own lives and the lives of their children.

      Unfortunately, the only measure the health of the economy they look at is when they look at their assistance check that is becoming more worthless each time they go to the grocery store and they will blame the grocer instead of their White House savior!

      Under the current leaders incumbent Democrats caught wrong doing such as fraud (Waters, Conyers just to name a couple) are left to the punishment of the press, of which there is none.

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  10. rburtpComment by rburtp
    February 11, 2013 @ 10:38 am

    Excellent commentary! Star Parker represents the ilk of politicians we need in congress to replace some of the idiots that current represent us.


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    • nickster99Comment by nickster99
      February 11, 2013 @ 10:43 am


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  11. middlegroundComment by middleground
    February 11, 2013 @ 11:08 am

    To me the difference between the Republican Party and the Democratic Party is basically that one consists of individuals who believe that only by loyally following the dictates and desires of their group can they achieve success; whereas, the GOP seems to still consist of individuals striving on their own to achieve success. This difference can best be viewed in how the individual Republican candidates attacked and destroyed one another in the primary, but ever since the election of Clinton, Democrats seem to have decided in private by groups leader who wjll be their candidate. The result of this difference is that Republicans seem to be selfish in their desires and Democrats more idealistic in theirs.

    Somewhere lost in this difference is the reality that the Constitution was written to protect the rights of the individual and not the rights of a groups of individuals. Basically, everyone enjoys the same rights, responsibilities, duties, obligations and suffers the same consequences or we have to change our form of government. Unfortunately, when the Constitution was written individuals belonging to several groups were denied equal rights, but when this was corrected some idealists seemed to believe that because of past injustices, we needed special privileges tp be extended to some citizens that are not available to all. However, today there is no excuse for believing some are owed special rights and others are not and that includes those in Congress who have excluded themselves and their staffs from laws being applied to others.

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    • inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
      February 11, 2013 @ 11:18 am

      Ever notice how the more we trust government agents to make things equal,,,the more unequal they become. Is it by design or imcompetancy,,,I am beginning to think it is by design.

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    • hart65Comment by hart65
      February 11, 2013 @ 12:58 pm

      As the Constitution WAS crafted to protect the rights of individuals, any confiscation from individuals to support a group of individuals is unconstitutional.
      “I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending, on objects of benevolence, the money of their constituents.”
      ― James Madison
      and for inlum below… re “the government makes more unequal” perhaps as the government takes from the rich many of the recipients stop striving and soon find themselves even worse off and even more unequal.

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  12. bowler1hatComment by bowler1hat
    February 11, 2013 @ 11:44 am

    It is odd that an intelligent man like Frederick Douglass and the so-called intelligent men and women of color today, both successful and those oppressed by years of poverty or recently placed there by the 21st century’s blunderous agenda, would choose socialism to bleed the ability of this nation to recover and allow all individuals to stand on their own and and rise to their individual greatness.

    If Obama and Pelosi continue there may be no parties at all outside of a proletariat lead by a Commissar Pelosi or Reid.

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  13. prairelivingComment by praireliving
    February 11, 2013 @ 2:05 pm

    It seems to me that one of the biggest reasons the Republican party has lost its way is that the candidates that really stand for something, who have a true conservative viewpoint, and who may not be loved by all but can inspire a great deal of support among true conservatives are unceremoniously tossed out of the system by the party elite during the primary process.

    I was sick to death during the last election to hear so many Republican power people and conservative pundits work so hard to destroy the reputations and chances of a number of true conservative candidates.

    You will never convince a true liberal to vote for a Republican so why even bother. The more ‘middle of the road’ the candidate the less difference there is for those who might be unsure of which way to go. We need candidates who will inspire, who will excite, and who will stand up for what they believe even if it isn’t the most popular position. We also need to take off the gloves and be frank about how the oppositions (liberals) policies will damage the country and be proud of what we stand for.

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    • BobinmsComment by Bobinms
      February 11, 2013 @ 2:33 pm

      You are correct. Very well stated.

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    • arclightComment by arclight
      February 11, 2013 @ 2:52 pm

      It is well stated, but much of it is also quite obvious, e.g., “We need candidates who will inspire, who will excite, and who will stand up for what they believe even if it isn’t the most popular position.”

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    • teapartyproudComment by teapartyproud
      February 12, 2013 @ 6:18 am

      It may be obvious, but needs to be said over and over again. I watched the Rhinos pick off the best conservative candidate in the primaries, then the next best, and so on, until we were left with Romney. The only candidate who could win. Ha ha.

      Nice job, Rhinos. You made sure that you’re doing fine. Meanwhile, we’re screwed. Thanks for less than nothing!

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  14. teatrooperComment by teatrooper
    February 11, 2013 @ 2:53 pm

    There are NO Republicans left, at least NO Conservative Republicans working for us in the halls of Congress.
    The current crop of GOP, Karl Rove zombies, are happy just to share power. This way, they can continue to share in the pork barrel dollars, their buddies in both sides of the isle steal from hard working Americans.
    I don’t see a future for the GOP, only further destruction of our rights, plundering and appropriation of private property, an open assault on the Constitution, only to keep a bunch of savvy GOP political operators successful and wealthy.
    The rest of us, will continue to see our lot in life and our rights eaten out by these gluttons.
    They are all afraid of the Tea Party. I say, lets go get them out, and make every election count, especially the local ones.
    we need to start building infrastructure to bring about change.

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  15. arclightComment by arclight
    February 11, 2013 @ 3:13 pm

    As for the title of the article, if the Republican Party does not have a future neither does the country. The Dems are working feverishly, like people under the trance of a jihad, to dismantle over two centuries of very hard work. How? By giving it all away to the lowest bidder where the rubber meets the road (entitlements) and to the highest bidder when political expediency is needed (corruption). The last checks (as in “checks and balances”) remaining in our system as I write this today are: Republicans in the House, a few federal judges, and oddly enough sequestration, which Obama liked, until, now, he realizes it will hang him out to dry a bit since he will have much less to squander on his ideologically seditious, un-American goals. No matter, we have damn few checks left! Not good. We need lots more balance and right now we have close to zero. As for the “ex-oracles” KRove and DMorris, they have been supremely discredited after showing (2012 election) they are guessers rather than oracles. Anyone who listens to them anymore is nuts. For me they are history. As for the greater scope of things, maybe leading with “immigration” is a passable notion, but it is a total flop until the border is closed via unbending, inflexible legislation. Nothting about illegals till the border is slammed shut. Then maybe immigration has some minimal allure. But those who have must be held responsible for their illegality. Going to the end of the immigration line (behind honest law abiding immigration applicants) is another thing that must be inflexible.

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  16. senior29Comment by senior29
    February 11, 2013 @ 6:08 pm

    so how do we reconstitute the Republican Party with new faces and voices?
    Great personalities such as Star Parker, Larry Elder, Marco Rubio, Dr. Ben Carson, and so many others need to be embraced into this stodgy old Party to not only invigorate it, but to bring it into step with new culture and new times.
    Or maybe we’ll just self destruct at the alter of one of our vocal subgroups.

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