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Sarah Palin shows Mike Bloomberg who's boss on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
RNC is overlooking the obvious Party-unifying theme: Big Soda
McKay Coppins of BuzzFeed captures some angst from the religious right over the Republican National Committee's recently released 2012 autopsy:
Some leaders of the religious right are openly worried this week after a sprawling 98-page report released by the Republican National Committee on how the party can rebuild after its 2012 implosion made no mention of the GOP's historic alliance with grassroots Christian "value voters."

Specifically, the word "Christian" does not appear once in the party's 50,000-word blueprint for renewed electoral success. Nor does the word "church." Abortion and marriage, the two issues that most animate social conservatives, are nowhere to be found.

But according to the RNC spokesman Sean Spicer, the religious right shouldn't fret:
"The goal of the report was to look at areas where we could do much better, and in areas that needs that substantial improvement [working with conservative Christians] may not be at the top of the list because they've always done a fabulous job."

Spicer also insisted that while the GOP hopes to expand its coalition, "the principles in the party are sound" and would not be abandoned. Asked whether opposition to same-sex marriage was among those principles, he said, "Yes."

Well, I'm sure the religious right will love being told the reason they weren't included in the report is that they're already doing "fabulous" work on behalf of the RNC. But the reality is that Spicer is right: Romney's biggest improvement over John McCain was turning out more evangelical whites, but it wasn't nearly enough to carry him to victory. Republicans basically can't win presidential elections with their current coalition.

The problem for Republicans is that they also can't expand their coalition without pissing off the people they depend on now, particularly in mid-term elections. That's why Spicer made it clear Republicans stood by their opposition to marriage equality. It's a catch-22: if Republicans don't change their tune on positions like marriage equality, they aren't going to be able to grow their party. But if they do change, they're going to face a revolt from their most enthusiastic and loyal supporters.

The GOP's solution to that catch-22 is to talk loudly about wanting to build a big tent but avoiding doing anything substantive that might actually help them build it. Their message comes down to something like this: "We want your support even if you don't agree with us." It's enough to make Mitt Romney's 2012 pitch look inspirational.

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  •  Survey says... (15+ / 0-)


    You can't assassinate the character of any of modern conservative. You'd have to find where it was buried, dig it up, resurrect it, then kill it. And killing a zombie isn't really assassination, is it?

    by ontheleftcoast on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:12:40 AM PDT

  •  Brain Freeze sung to the Tune of Born Free nt (10+ / 0-)

    I want 1 less Tiny Coffin, Why Don't You? Support The President's Gun Violence Plan.

    by JML9999 on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:22:57 AM PDT

    •  Is She Being A Deliberate Dick? (4+ / 0-)

      I mean really... I have to think her entire persona is scripted for ignoramuses because that giant cup has to be a deliberate prop to get a dig in at the evil left for at least trying to do something, however lame, about a real problem.  Alas, she just continues to look like an idiot, the leopard can't change it's spots.

      •  I can't stand Palin (0+ / 0-)

        and I get what Bloomberg was trying to accomplish and I realize that we are the fattest people on earth and high fructose corn syrup is not our friend--and maybe Palin was being a deliberate dick--but I think the image is kind of funny.  I'm sure she didn't think of it on her own, of course.  Can't we laugh at ourselves, just a little bit?

    •  Did she get a product placement fee? You Betcha! (1+ / 0-)
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      Sp is all about getting money.

      GOP Wars against: Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Immigrants, Mexicans, Blacks, Gays, Women, Unions, Workers, Unemployed, Voters, Elderly, Kids, Poor, Sick, Disabled, Dying, Lovers, Kindness, Rationalism, Science, Sanity, Reality.

      by SGWM on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 12:04:42 PM PDT

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  •  Are they putting some in the closet ? (4+ / 0-)
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    Drop the name-calling MB 2/4/11 + Please try to use ratings properly! Kos 9/9/11

    by indycam on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:25:25 AM PDT

  •  There is nothing for them to fret about. (4+ / 0-)
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    Aunt Pat, Desert Rose, jck, ahumbleopinion

    The coalition of plutocrats and religious right have gotten their way for decades and have shaped US policies in unimaginable ways. Now the plutocrats will need to put together another coalition. They funded the tea party FREEDOM! groups to bolster the religious right, and that was, I believe, a bad move on their part, as the increased radicalization and polarization has done more damage than good for them. I don't know if there are more natural constituencies for them to pull together, or they will have to go directly to the middle class voters with social programs. It is incumbent upon the Dems to focus on taking the state legislatures and governorships. I don't know why, but for some reason, voters believe that what they want on a Federal level in the politicians (which is Dems) they reject on the local level.

    "You can die for Freedom, you just can't exercise it"

    by shmuelman on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:25:54 AM PDT

    •  Gerrymandering creates that illusion. (1+ / 0-)
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      No matter how cynical you get, it is impossible to keep up.--Lily Tomlin

      by Desert Rose on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 09:01:49 AM PDT

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      •  Except the wave of terrible Republican governors (3+ / 0-)
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        in blue states had nothing to do with gerrymandering.  The GOP ran very effective campaigns based on lies (jobs) and propaganda (blame the Bush recession on Obama) and voters fell for it.  Will they be as gullible in 2014 or have Democrats and independents learned their lesson?

        “The future depends entirely on what each of us does every day.” Gloria Steinem

        by ahumbleopinion on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 09:24:07 AM PDT

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        •  They had a lot of money in 2010 (2+ / 0-)
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          mchestnutjr, viral

          And they have a lot of money now.

          Here in NC I got an e-mail from the Governor about all of the good things they are doing.

          I haven't seen a right wing e-mail on that account in years.

          Now their filter might not be very good, but I got the e-mail none the less.

          The highest form of spiritual practice is self observation with compassion.

          by NCJim on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 09:41:06 AM PDT

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        •  Lies and propaganda aside (0+ / 0-)

          When people aren't happy with the way things are going (economy wise) they're going to make a change, pointless though it may be, ill-informed as it may be. The same will be true 4 years from now (when the economy will still suck).  Of course, the red states will stay red, but some of those blue states will surely return to Dem governors.

  •  If Christian, church, abortion, and marriage (9+ / 0-)

    were not in the blueprint, how did they write 50,000 words about tax cuts?

    Just when you thought there wasn't a dime's worth of difference between the two parties, the Republicans go and prove you're wrong.

    by shoeless on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:26:43 AM PDT

    •  Tax churches (1+ / 0-)
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      On big way to not have to cut service, and give the middle class a tax cut, is to tax churches.  This is probably going to be worth a half a trillion dollars.

      One argument against this is that churches provide services and those services would have to be paid for by the feds is not the churches.  I do not see this.  In my city most of the money seems to buildings.  So yes, if churches did not exist construction would fall, but I see a church spending minimal amounts on feeding and housing.  I bet it isn't even 10%.  This is also assumes that one tithes to a church for a tax deduction and not because it is your duty as  a religious person.

      A second argument is that the revenue would fall.  Over time churches would sell off property and, of course, it is assumed that contributions would fall.  I do not see this.  If a church sells off property, then someone else would pay taxes.  Contributions, OTOH, would like go to other charities that actually do some good.  It would be win-win

      In my city there happened to be two major city owned complexes across the street from each other.  One was sold to a developer and is now a tax generating very successful shopping center. The other was given to a church, so is prime real estate that generates no revenue.  Which is better for the citizens?

  •  Is opposition to science in there? (7+ / 0-)

    You betcha!

  •  That proves it! Everybody really *is* (6+ / 0-)

    against them! Oh, the victimization! Oh, the sad!

    One would think that that would make them happy. They love nothing more than a good mad, and this gives them even more people to be mad at...

  •  Question About Religion Right Demographics (2+ / 0-)
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    What does their future look like? Are they indoctrinating enough young people into becoming hatefully backwards or do they also see shift in the attitudes of the next generation?

    This head movie makes my eyes rain.

    by The Lone Apple on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:36:20 AM PDT

    •  I would love to know that answer as just this past (1+ / 0-)
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      weekend, one of my close friends and I were discussing how odd it is that her son is a very conservative right wing Evangelical and she is a liberal non church going protestant.  

      She blames herself and feels guilty but I told her son converted due to his roommate from business college being an Evangelical and then later, some of his coworkers at his job following college.   His buddies did a lot to convert him plus he met this girl who is an Evangelical. They were married in a very fundy small non denominational church that we think is rather cult like. Wow, I was there and there were a lot of young couples with a lot of kids , they do not believe in birth control.

      But there have been Evangelicals in our history and there will always be Evangelicals just as there will always be people of other faiths but the numbers..I am not sure about them.  

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      by wishingwell on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:52:55 AM PDT

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  •  I wonder is sarah got paid to hold up the big gulp (4+ / 0-)
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    To any wingnut: If you pay my taxes I'll give you a job.

    by ban48 on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:38:08 AM PDT

  •  All the time the GOP and Big God spends chastising (4+ / 0-)
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    Dems for being "insufficiently Goddy" when it comes to laws and platforms and documents and speeches and damn near everything else -- and they can't even manage one simple shout-out to their own clan?


    Conservatism: a con-on-con con.

    by here4tehbeer on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:38:27 AM PDT

  •  I don't see how they can resolve (6+ / 0-)

    this dilemma by the 2014 elections.

    Best case, even if they do, I don't see how they can recover in time for the 2016 elections.

    This friction is creating a gaping hole in the GOP.  The bigger question is, will the Democrats drive the proverbial Mack truck through it?

    The most violent element in society is ignorance.

    by Mr MadAsHell on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:38:33 AM PDT

    •  We just have to do major GOTV to get out (6+ / 0-)

      young people, new voters,  sporadic voters,  those who often stay home except for presidential elections.

      Democrats need to double down on GOTV and really do a lot of voter contact.  We really need those young voters, particularly college students and those sporadic voters to be sure to show up and vote or vote absentee in an off year election.

      As we know Republicans and especially Evangelicals and teabaggers crawl through broken glass to vote in off year elections as much as Presidentail years. We have to counteract that. We know we can do it . We need to do it for off year elections now!!!!

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      by wishingwell on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:57:43 AM PDT

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    •  The Dems don't even know where (0+ / 0-)

      it's parked.

      Hell, they lost the keys back in 2010.

      "Just because you win the fight, don't mean you're right," - Funkadelic

      by AlyoshaKaramazov on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 09:36:21 AM PDT

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  •  HEADLINE: Principles Sound. No Change Needed. (2+ / 0-)
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    The base will believe it. The Beltway MSM will parse it. Democrats will exploit its hypocrisy in the 2014 campaigns.

    Please proceed, gentlemen.

    2014 IS COMING. Build up the Senate. Win back the House : 17 seats. Plus!

    by TRPChicago on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:40:41 AM PDT

  •  So lemme get this straight... (4+ / 0-)
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    wishingwell, Pescadero Bill, jck, bythesea

    They're going to stop insulting people with whom they want to go to the prom, like gay people and people with dark skin, but they're also reassuring their base that it's all status quo ante?

    Heh. Pass the popcorn.

    The Bush Family: 0 for 4 in Wisconsin

    by Korkenzieher on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:41:11 AM PDT

  •  that's cute... (3+ / 0-)
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    The GOP establishment thinks it's the one in charge. The Frankenstein they've nurtured and flattered is not gonna amble quietly off stage.

    i've got my popcorn and am ready for the freak show....i'm expecting godzilla v mothra v king kong but will settle for newt v sarah v rove!!

    Fight, Fight!!

  •  The plutocrats, and evangelicals OWN the GOP.. (5+ / 0-)

    and the direction they have pulled their party has diverged on a increasing tangential arc from the interests of the US citizenry.
    Unless they can ditch these uber-wealthy, ideologically rigid throwbacks to 1950's Americana, they will continue too act like the Yul Brynner robot on "Westworld", as his circuitry slowly fried.....And I'm loving it.

    •  The problem is... (0+ / 0-)

      At the end of the day, the plutocrats care about one thing: money.  The evangelicals are willing to go along with this as long as their extreme social agenda is addressed.  The plutocrats don't really care one way or another about social issues - they have so much money that they can fly their daughters to another country to get an abortion or keep their gay son's lifestyle hidden.  As long as the plutocrats can use the social issues espoused by the evangelicals to divide and concur and win elections, everybody is happy.

      But now, the social issues that evangelicals have pushed for are becoming extremely unpopular.  In 2004, a marriage restriction initiative on a ballot was a guarantee that the GOP could be moved to the ballot box to help them with other tickets.  It was probably a big reason why Dubya carried states like Colorado.  But now, marriage equality is actually having the opposite affect.  It stirs up a more liberal base to vote for Democrats.

      And the 2010 House has proven that there is no 'reasonable' discussion on abortion.  There may be some millage in having parents be notified for their daughters under 18 or they may be able to scare up things like late term or 'partial birth' abortion - but when it comes to banning it outright, an overwhelming majority support the right to choose.  Especially when there is no exception for rape, incest and health of the mother (which has its problems too).

      In short, the evangelical POV is shrinking and becoming more unpopular.  When there was a 'godless' enemy like 'communism', religion looked like a patriotic choice.  But now that the enemy is a bunch of religious fanatics, religion doesn't have the same appeal.

      The plutocrats are scared.  They know that their relationship with evangelicals is reaching rapid diminishing returns, but they know they can't cut them off because the will go elsewhere.  Sucks to be them.

      'Guns don't kill people, video games do - paraphrased from Lamar Alexander (Sen-R-TN)'

      by RichM on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 09:01:03 AM PDT

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      •  Where will they go? (0+ / 0-)

        "they know they can't cut them off because the will go elsewhere."

        They are so brainwashed, they think Democrats are baby killers and backers of sinful sexual practices of all types.  Seems like as long as the GOP makes nice with them, they will continue their support.

        “The future depends entirely on what each of us does every day.” Gloria Steinem

        by ahumbleopinion on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 09:30:25 AM PDT

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        •  Form a third party... (0+ / 0-)

          They have the infrastructure.  They are basically the ground troops.  The plutocrats aren't stupid, just greedy.  You can't tell your cult members 'Hey, all that stuff about abortion and gay marriage?  Just kidding'.

          'Guns don't kill people, video games do - paraphrased from Lamar Alexander (Sen-R-TN)'

          by RichM on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 09:36:35 AM PDT

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          •  Good point (0+ / 0-)

            The only true believers in this pack are the evangelicals, and they are in fact a detrimental, "diminishing return." But, they have money, and they do have a dedicated voting base. The plutocrats won't forsake them, they'll just try to mitigate their negative impact best they can (won't be easy.)
            Speaking of diminishing returns, lets address another portion of the GOP base. The obtuse, emotionally fragile bagger-bunch that believes Obama/Dems built a victory mosque on ground zero, and have FEMA death camps ready to round them up. The plutocrats have driven them into a quasi-schizoid state with their 24-7 fear/hate propaganda. At this point, they have become a national punch line, and fodder for late night TV.
             Bottom line...the plutocrats are fucked.

            •  Also, too, (1+ / 0-)
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              I think we'll see a fair number give it up. I've heard the rumblings from family and email thread "friends". They feel burned, especially with me giving them the old told ya so. Many of us have been saying it for years, and planting it in their heads. The money guys don't care about abortion. They don't care about God.

              Remember G-Dub's first director of the faith based office. He came out when he quit talking about how all the guys like Rove, et al thought the Bible thumpers were rubes.

              I've had friends and family say, "You were right." I act a little concerned and gently prod them in the direction of a third party. "You have the ground troops, you have have God."

              Just doing my part.

              I like to hide mine in the crack of a turkey.

              by DoobyOne on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 10:57:01 AM PDT

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  •  Heck of a love letter. (3+ / 0-)
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    "Who else would have you?"

    Republicans represent both sides: the insanely rich and vice versa.

    by Crashing Vor on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:43:24 AM PDT

  •  I'm curious. . . (0+ / 0-)

    am I the only one in this community who, when I see any mugshot of this. . .I'll be polite and say "lady" and want to reach out and slap her for being the dumb bitch that she is? Ooops. TMI. Sorry. Anyway, how is it possible this lamentable facet of politics keeps rising from the dead? The question is not rhetorical. Indeed, it suggests a threatening sect of society that is bound and determined to take the rest of down and into the hell where these dominions of the devil live.

    Treat the world (yourself, and others) as part of a living organism. Everyone and everything will benefit.

    by richholtzin on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:44:49 AM PDT

  •  Actually (1+ / 0-)
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    their stated opposition to marriage equality is easy for them. All they have to do is signal to their base that they'll keep opposing it, knowing all the while that change is coming and they can't stop it. In a couple of election cycles it won't even be an issue for most people and they'll quietly drop it from their conversations.

    •  I think they will stop talking about it on these (3+ / 0-)
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      cable news programs and sunday shows.  But with the Evangelicals and very conservative catholics and Mormons, they will not stay silent. They will talk about how they oppose marriage equality , they cannot help themselves. Their churches have it fully ingrained in their brains that they must speak out against marriage equality and abortion constantly and whenever the occasion arises.

      I think the RNC is going to try to sidestep the issue and not talk about it and probably the talking heads too...but the Fundies are incapable of not showing their disdain for LGBT.

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      by wishingwell on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 09:01:51 AM PDT

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  •  CPAC was the true face of today's GOP (6+ / 0-)

    Priebus' NPC speech was just meaningless mewling for the media, a media that's still substantially incapable of breaking free of the scripted and canned narratives that drive 90% of its reporting and opining.

    Ooh, did you hear what he said in an official venue? I guess he must mean it, since it was an official venue. What, he said something very different in an unofficial venue, and has consistently and egregiously acted contrary to his official words? Well, that's outside the nominal parameters of what we can report on, so stop bugging me you very unserious person and go back to your commune, you dirty hippie.
    Mika says what?

    "Liberty without virtue would be no blessing to us" - Benjamin Rush, 1777

    by kovie on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:47:41 AM PDT

  •  Just say the sky is green & it will be so? NOT (1+ / 0-)
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    GOING to work teabaggers! Your policies suck and until you change them, you will continue to lose.....

  •  It's a "Catch 22" for the GOP. The more poor (2+ / 0-)
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    people they create with their economic policies, the more minorities they turn off with their bigoted positions and attitudes, the more democratic voters they create.

    As it turns out, they have to become more liberal if they want to start winning elections. Heh.

    Actually, that goes for the Democrats too.

    Physics is bulls**t. Don't let them fool you. Fire IS magic.
    (Facts brought to you by the Party of the Future - the GOP)

    by Pescadero Bill on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:54:42 AM PDT

  •  I'd consider feeling sorry for the GOP (1+ / 0-)
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    except that they deliberately chose the route that got them into this corner.
    (They wanted a permanent majority? They have it. In a minority of states. And with a shrinking group of voters.)

    (Is it time for the pitchforks and torches yet?)

    by PJEvans on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 08:56:14 AM PDT

  •  Romney getting more fundagelical votes than (0+ / 0-)

    McCain shows what frauds they are. Prior to last year, they considered Mormons a cult, no better than Muslims or atheists. Then they had to support one and did so, effortlessly.

  •  There will be no (1+ / 0-)
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    black person to vote against in 16. This should worry them and insure they keep the wackos happy.

  •  The GOP Has No Good Options (0+ / 0-)

    The least damaging path open to them might be to bite the bullet -- usher the Talibornagains to the back of the bus and inform them that they'll just have to suck it up and vote GOP anyway because the Democrats are worse.

    On the Internet, nobody knows if you're a dog... but everybody knows if you're a jackass.

    by stevemb on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 09:10:30 AM PDT

  •  How much you wanna bet (2+ / 0-)
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    she is drinking diet coke outta that Big Gulp that hypocrite!

  •  What scares me (0+ / 0-)

    is that if they don't get a clue about why they're losing, then they'll think they have to start a few more unnecessary wars, in order to get and retain power.

    And there's a whole military-industrial complex that's just waiting to help them.

    "Just because you win the fight, don't mean you're right," - Funkadelic

    by AlyoshaKaramazov on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 09:34:31 AM PDT

  •  Republicans have a problem... (1+ / 0-)
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    The party fathers want to distance themselves from the Christianists and the teabaggers, because they have noticed that letting the extremists run the show repels moderate voters and has resulted in electoral failure. But they are also aware that if they get rid of the Christianists and the teabaggers, they will have no base left.

    O the humanity!

    "A lie is not the other side of a story; it's just a lie."

    by happy camper on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 09:41:41 AM PDT

  •  Congratulation Gophers you are stuck with (0+ / 0-)

    the religious right.

    Have fun with that.

    Psst!!!......Mittens you are more of a poor loser than I thought.

    by wbishop3 on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 10:48:35 AM PDT

  •  twitter hashtag #sarahpalindoes (0+ / 0-)

    Fun to read hashtag - The GOP airing their dirty laundry as they bicker amongst themselves.
    And, of course a few of us adding our own thoughts:

    Women are 51% of the population yet are represented in congress by barely 17%! Until our representation reflects the population, we risk sliding backwards .....

    by 51percent on Wed Mar 20, 2013 at 11:30:58 AM PDT

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