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While one cannot predict the future, the current state of the GOP primary, the batshit battle over contraception (including the frothing of Rush) and the corresponding illumination of deep divisions within the Republican party gives those of us on the Left reason to pause and to hope. It may turn out that in the long run the Tea-Party-Revolution of 2010 could actually prove the Left’s greatest asset.
Perusing through Redstate.com and contrasting with current congressional proclivities is quite entertaining.
We’ve been gunning hard for the Pompeo/DeMint bill, which would end all subsidies and special tax preferences for energy companies. This is our chance to stand decisively on the side of the free-market and against crony capitalism and picking winners and losers in the market.
We’re not just against handouts for green energy; we must oppose them for natural gas as well.
ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ! Wrong answer Dan. If you check with the corporatist GOP establishment, you would see that you should be FOR energy subsidies in order to establish America’s energy independence. Let’s try again.
But whenever the verdict of the delegate race becomes final, the voters have already spoken, and their message is clear: this is still the conservatives’ party, awaiting only the right leader to unite it.
OHHHH! Wrong again. See the problem here, as was deftly pointed out by Jon Stewart, is that the mythical conservative leader does not exist. In fact he/she can’t exist, it’s not possible. Your views, wants and desires are so conflicted, no one person could encapsulated them all and possibly utter a coherent sentence. Second problem is the corporatists that run the GOP (and I believe now are regretting funding the Tea Party) would never let someone like that at the helm as he/she would utterly turn off independent voters, as Santorum is proving.
Don’t even need to copy any blurbs over, the title says it all.
Keep on infighting boys and girls. The more you argue amongst yourselves and tear each other down the more likely Obama wins.