Republicans Advocate Surrender After Defeat

By | November 15, 2012

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2 thoughts on “Republicans Advocate Surrender After Defeat

  1. Michael R Shannon

    I was once told the difference between the Democrat leadership and the Republican leadership is the Dems believe in what the base believes, but sometimes they must tone it down to sell it to the rest of the country.

    While the Republican leadership is embarrassed by what its base believes.

  2. L.E. Liesner

    It is hard to beat Santa Claus, but we conservatives are facing a battle of our lives and it centers in the Republican Party. The progressives have take over the Party and are destroying it, just as Obama is destroying our country. In fact, they are abetting him in his endevour. There are very few elected Republicans that believe in lower taxes, smaller government, and more individual freedom. I received an E-Mail from Mitch McConnell telling me to dust myself off and join the fight. I already dusted myself off the day after the election, but I will not join his fight for capitulation. When these guys get a backbone and read an understand the Constitution, then just maybe I’ll join them again.

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