Discussion in 'Politics' started by Luddly Neddite, Feb 27, 2012.
Why 2012 Is the Republicans Last Chance -- New York Magazine
The GOP has to decide precisely what it's going to do about America's rapidly changing demographics. Precisely.
These same editorials/opinions about the end of party have been around for over a hundred years. And then, we're still left with the same shitty parties.
Some fear that a second term for the Marxist will enable him to complete his goal of gaining enough moocher/welfare votes for the Democrats to maintain control from now until the US is fundamentally transformed into a dictatorship...meaning there will be no need of either party until the next revolution is over.
Liberalism is a mental disorder.
Yes, just like many OTHER of Obama's plots. Lull you into a false sense of security by being reasonable for 4 years, before he BAM! Drops the socialist net and we're all trapped and he comes and takes away our guns and gives our daughters abortions.
Makes COMPLETE sense.
Ebb and flow. Times change and we change with 'em. Unfortunately we tend to change AFTER a calamity or catastrophe has occurred rather than before. This is bigger than just Obama and one election, we're talking the proper role of gov't and personal responsibiltiy here. If we make the wrong choice though, future generations will have to pay for it, and that's really my main issue.
There's no false sense of security. Nothing about the Marxist makes me feel secure. The quicker we get rid of his deceptive ass, the better we will be.
Were it not for the Constitution standing in his way, Obama would have already taken over. He tends to ignore the Constitution when he can get away with it.
They do have some serious image problems, foremost is their insistence that what is good for Billionaires is good for the rest of us. They are just not going to be able to sell that one again.
Actually we're not. Neither party resembles the party of the same name 100 years ago.
By the same logic, of course, the Republican Party as an institution is probably in no danger. But the GOP in its current manifestation -- as the party of the "conservative" movement -- is. What will ultimately replace it, though, is almost certainly not a new party, but a new GOP.
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