The serpent is still underneath. And sometimes it comes to the surface, asking what difference it makes it four people died here or fifteen hundred people died there. It’s been Benghazi I and Benghazi II and eventually Benghazi III and it’s time to MoveOn.org to discussing some offensive thing about the reproductive process that a Republican in Iowa or Idaho said.
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He “has no interest in playing by corrupt Washington rules” …. beginning to make a reputation by not going along to get along.
What messaging should conservatives use to boost support for broad spending constraints? The message about the need to get serious and save entitlement programs hurt Democrats badly, especially with women, shifting their support to Republicans by +15pts.
The political machine doesn’t budget; it loots. It breaks the bank, raises taxes, drives out industries and rules over a feudal war zone sharply divided between the rich and the poor.
Well, if you’re confused, you need to unravel the illogic of progressive ideology. By progressive thinking, the Hillary and Bill of, say, 5, 10, 15, or 50 years ago were not finished progressing.
I sense an overall feeling of burnout and defeatism. I know it is there because I’ve struggled with it myself.
Liz Cheney was on Happening Now this morning to discuss her editorial in the Wall Street Journal where she called Barack Obama the most radical president in history. Cheney said, “My point in this oped was to say, “Wait a second!” When you have a president who’s embarked on such a dangerous path, whether you want to talk about domestic policy, ignoring the debt, trying to trample on our Second Amendment rights, on our religious freedom, national security, weakening this nation… Across the board his policies are so dangerous that it is not obstructionism to block them, I think, it is indeed patriotism.” – Jim Hoft
Frankly, it was shocking to realize the American people had chosen another four years of a statist administration, however narrow the margin.
An SEIU officer explains why the union and the Democrat “progressives” want “comprehensive immigration reform” with a path to citizenship for twelve million illegals. At present ratios that will add eight million voters to the Democrat rolls which will be sufficient to swing many elections at local, state and national levels.
The leitmotif of every speech was the loss of the GOP’s core principles of conservatism in the eager race to pander to and win the hearts and minds of various voting blocks that self-segregated long time ago from the population at large.