Message from discussion Tea Party to Take Over the GOP?
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From: David Hartung <david@h0tm*il.com>
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Subject: Re: Tea Party to Take Over the GOP?
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On 11/08/2012 10:58 AM, Lee L. Curtis wrote:
> David Hartung wrote:
>> I will believe it when I see it.
>> Conservative leaders on Wednesday lashed out at Mitt Romney, saying
>> his attempts to paint himself as a centrist and hide his principles
>> cost him the presidency.
>> They vowed to wage a war to put the Tea Party in charge of the
>> Republican Party by the time it nominates its next presidential
>> ´┐ŻThe battle to take over the Republican Party begins today and the
>> failed Republican leadership should resign,´┐Ż said Richard Viguerie, a
>> top activist and chairman of ConservativeHQ.com.
>> He said the lesson on Romney´┐Żs loss to President Obama on Tuesday is
>> that the GOP must ´┐Żnever again´┐Ż nominate a ´┐Ża big government
>> established conservative for president.´┐Ż [...]
> Aren't all conservatives "big government" when
> it comes to enacting the regulations they want to
That is the problem. True conservatives wish to reduce the government's
interference in our lives. Any who believe the current Republican party
to be conservative is simply wrong.