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Subject: Re: Tea Party to Take Over the GOP?
From: Dacato <tfitz...@mts.net>
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On Nov 8, 11:44=A0am, David Hartung <david@h0tm*il.com> wrote:
> 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
> >> candidate.
> >> The battle to take over the Republican Party begins today and the
> >> failed Republican leadership should resign, said Richard Viguerie, a
> >> top activist and chairman of ConservativeHQ.com.
> >> He said the lesson on Romney s loss to President Obama on Tuesday is
> >> that the GOP must never again nominate a a big government
> >> established conservative for president. [...]
> > =A0 =A0 =A0Aren't all conservatives "big government" when
> > it comes to enacting the regulations they want to
> > impose?
> 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.- Hide quoted text -
> - Show quoted text -
How can you say that conservatives want to reduce the government's
interference in our lives and yet support a government who wants to
FORCE a woman to give birth to a baby conceived through rape? How is
that an example of reducing the government's interference in our
lives? Serious question. I would like to know how conservatives make