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If you embrace amnesty as the democrats do, it will just be another nail in the GOP coffin and a boost to some conservative third party.
Notice the GOP wants to address the PERCEPTION that they are the party of the wealthy. They do not want to fundamentally change their positions which reflects they truly are the party of the wealthy. More lip service from the GOP in an attempt to woo voters to their side. BUYER BEWARE.
The Republican message isn't resonating ? What, do you mean that part about grinding the middle class into the ground while giving the wealthy every break in the book? Yes, I would say that message isn't resonating very well. The GOP, the party of the rich, by the rich and for the rich.
"If amnesty goes through, America becomes California and no Republican will ever win another national election," Coulter said............ wow, I never thought I'd agree with Ann Coulter on anything. Let's hope she's right.....(no pun intended).
EleanoreMar. 18, 13 7:18 AM
If you embrace amnesty as the democrats do, it will just be another nail in the GOP coffin and a boost to some conservative third party._________Yes..PLEASE divide your vote. Please swing more to the right. Please continue on your present course by embracing the bigots and xenophobes. It won't even take until 2016 for you to become completely irrelevant. Sincerely, Every Democratic Voter in the US.
The impending GOP civil war is going to be fun to watch in a slow motion train wreck kind of way. If Rove succeeds in getting moderate Republican candidates on the ballot look for the Tea Party to squeal Rino! and field third party candidates which will effectively deliver the elections to the Democrats on a sliver platter. Limbaugh and Fox will react like it's the beginning of the apocalypse. Yep, it's gonna be fun!
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