I think this author is fooling himself if he thinks the GOP has any desire to comeback if that means actually opposing Obama. They might hem and haw to placate their base but their most dearest desire is always to surrender to the left.
Funny how “conservative comeback” was not therein written. Hmm.
The is no GOP comeback. The current looters/economic slavemasters and their “opposition” enablers/co-legislators/co-conspirators all must go...to the last man...and woman.
Witness current events, think of former events...
—That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.
Alter future events.
If and Until the Republicans learn to get their hands dirty and fight back with a real vengeance, nothing will change. They remain the party of backslpapping golf buddies and are rapidly fading into oblivion. Only real courage to speak the truth loudly and bluntly can save the GOP and, sad to say, courage is not a quality in abundance at the RNC and elsehwere among them.
If and Until the Republicans learn to get their hands dirty and fight back with a real vengeance, nothing will change. They remain the party of backslapping golf buddies and are rapidly fading into oblivion. Only real courage to speak the truth loudly and bluntly can save the GOP and, sad to say, courage is not a quality in abundance at the RNC and elsehwere among them.
I don’t want a GOP comeback...It’s time to do something different...
And there is the fallacy. Mr. Wehner is making the same mistake as most repubs did before the election: Surely, Americans will throw out Bronc-O-bama when they just look at his record.
Prediction: The Affordable Care Act will not be repealed. Flame away.
Any true opposition to Obama and his collection of left wing idiots will have to come from somewhere else. Right now, the Republicans can’t do anything, and may not even survive.
Obamacare was strongly opposed before its passage, and has never been supported by a majority of voters.
If Republicans had guts, they would have jumped on this and used it. They failed to do so, just like they fail to hit Democrats on the rest of the multitude of failed policies. I think a major problem is that Republicans are afraid of the criticism they’ll get from the MSM whenever they speak up. The day they realize that the MSM is an enemy and that there is nothing they can do to avoid criticism, the Republicans will become effective.
It also doesn’t help that so-called conservatives stand ready to throw anyone under the bus who gets criticized by the MSM, especially for a misspeak. Democrats protect their own up to the point where the Democrat under the spotlight is clearly involved in a felony—and even then, they often keep protecting them. Conservatives should take a clue from that—not protecting Republicans who commit felonies, but by supporting them in the face of MSM criticism.
Just like Social Security?.
Marxist Ponzi scheme passed without a single Republican vote, and yet when it goes broke the blue blood country club banker faction of the Washingtonians that call themselves the GOP will be the one to blame.
I am getting out while I still can , before the reds in DC put up a wall to stop mass emigration, and moving to a country where they still shoot communists.