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    Im still hoping a piano falls on this son of a beetch. Calusa............quit your whineing, just what do you want conservatism to look like son?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaterEngineer View Post
    OK, here is your chance. Outline your platform or talking points. If you are ashamed, the tell us what is right and how to get there. You have the floor.
    Jeebus... He and others have been telling you for over 5 years what it has to be. You act like this is some freaking revelation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WaterEngineer View Post
    OK, here is your chance. Outline your platform or talking points. If you are ashamed, the tell us what is right and how to get there. You have the floor.
    If you can find a cached www.ronpaul2012.com, you'll have it. But, you've already had 5 years to read up on it, and no doubt you've seen the hundreds of Ron Paul supporter-generated posts on here. Do I really have to repeat what is already very widely known?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calusa View Post
    Do I really have to repeat what is already very widely known?

    That the race could have been called 2 hours earlier in the evening for Obama?
    "If I can't win, I won't play." - Doris Colecchio.

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    Very powerful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary S. Colecchio View Post
    "Sometimes things are exactly as they seem."

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    Yes I do.
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    You and Calusa are the Republican party....
    Quote Originally Posted by Baits Out View Post
    Finally! Someone who actually read what I posted.

    As a fellow republican (up to now) I agree, and as said above, ". . . the Republican Party failed America."

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatormark View Post
    Im still hoping a piano falls on this son of a beetch. Calusa............quit your whineing, just what do you want conservatism to look like son?
    You just displayed another problem, "conservatism."

    That may be an understandable and operative term in the UK -- but not here.

    It is and always has been waaaaaaaaaaaa to nebulous, despite what Rush and the many other "conservative" talk show people currently, and CARELESSLY, tout.

    Here, I think, the correct definition for most such folks is Libertarian/Tea Party Movement. This is much more specific about philosophy, politico/economics, goals and objectives -- and may well indeed alienate some "conservatives," especially on the religious right who have always been the Achilles heel to intelligent educated (mostly) women.

    But, who cares!

    The current "conservatives" are proven losers against the socialists.

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    Having said that, any "conservative," libertarian, tea party movement group, etc. is going to fight a tough uphill battle against the socialist, who will carelessly and happily loot the treasury to deliver "Ineptocracy":

    A system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

    Reduced to entitlement street talk understanding: "Vote for me and you will get all your free chit!"

    Am now thinking about the definition of Lowest Common Denominator . . . ?

    How low are we willing to go before making a major change?
    Last edited by Baits Out; 11-07-2012 at 06:46 PM.
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    The Tea Party is now more important than ever before.
    That's some funny stuff there. Allen West (he probably lost and seems to be missing) and Michelle Bachmann (eked out a win, but there probably will be a recount) two of the most "popular" Tea Party candidates, both running in districts made more Republican dominated by their last redistricting changes, didn't have particularly good nights.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baits Out View Post
    Finally! Someone who actually read what I posted.

    As a fellow republican (up to now) I agree, and as said above, ". . . the Republican Party failed America."
    Yep America lost, pubs could not field a viable candidate.

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