Northeastern, milquetoast Republican “moderates” who toil long and hard to avoid the social embarrassment of association with uncivilized, conservative inhabitants of flyover country must understand that we in the Party base are NOT willing to graciously lose the 2012 election.
If Karl Rove, George Will and Peggy Noonan wish to escape the disapproving gaze of haughty Hamptons friends by mocking every Republican candidate who vaguely appeals to conservatives, let them. This time around, we who actually appreciate living and working in a free, prosperous United States are not going to surrender our ideals to the “wise counsel” of RINO elites for the sake of “party unity.”
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In mid November, David Frum–that eager ambassador of feigned conservative values–submitted to New York Magazine a primer on the dangers posed to the Republican Party by the “radical right.”
In it, he expresses amazement that anyone in “his Party” can “…[denounce] the construction of a mosque in lower Manhattan as an outrageous insult” or that they could conceive the iron-fisted federal “…regulation of private insurance [and] individual mandates” could lead to death panels! (1)
He is mortified that members of “his Party” adhere to the outrageous contention that Barack Obama is “…willfully and relentlessly driving the United States down the road to socialism.” (1)
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