Is the republican party dead?

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Since: Sep 08

Anderson, IN

#1 Nov 12, 2012
If you don't think so, why all the in house fighting?
John Jacob Jingleheimer

San Leandro, CA

#2 Nov 12, 2012
Cookie_Parker wrote:
If you don't think so, why all the in house fighting?
You can bet your sweet bippy that the GOP is DOA. THe average American voter has zero tolerance for the GOP's right ring Christian theology.

America is not a Christian nation but, a tolerant secular nation.
Antwan

Vacaville, CA

#3 Nov 12, 2012
God, I hope so.

Since: Oct 08

Vacaville, CA

#4 Nov 13, 2012
The US House of Representatives would beg to differ.
John

San Francisco, CA

#5 Nov 13, 2012
Emjoe wrote:
The US House of Representatives would beg to differ.
The House of Representatives is just a parliament of [w]hores who will swallow for the highest bidder and is living proof as to why the Founding Fathers thought that only male landed gentry - land owners, business owners and yeoman farmers should be allowed to vote.
Antwan

Vacaville, CA

#6 Nov 13, 2012
Emjoe wrote:
The US House of Representatives would beg to differ.
I'll bet you're good at begging.

Since: Nov 11

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#7 Nov 13, 2012
YES. The Tea Party, the GOP, the social conservative movement is DEAD. Good effing riddance.

Since: Sep 08

Anderson, IN

#8 Nov 14, 2012
Emjoe wrote:
The US House of Representatives would beg to differ.
Actually, the majority of votes went to democrats...republican governor redistricting broke it up and they stole the election.

Republicans do NOT have the support of the majority of Americans even in the House.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/w...

Democratic House candidates appear to have won more of the popular vote than their Republican counterparts on Tuesday, despite what looks as though it will be a 33- or 35-seat GOP majority.

Click above for our results map.

According to numbers compiled by the Postís great Dan Keating, Democrats have won roughly 49 percent of the House vote, compared to 48.2 percent for Republicans.
Antwan

Vacaville, CA

#9 Nov 14, 2012
_Reality Speaks_ wrote:
YES. The Tea Party, the GOP, the social conservative movement is DEAD. Good effing riddance.
Bring on total control by the state! New statue to Stalin in every town square!

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#10 Nov 14, 2012
Antwan wrote:
<quoted text>Bring on total control by the state! New statue to Stalin in every town square!
WTF is that supposed to mean?

Since: Aug 10

Los Angeles, CA

#11 Nov 14, 2012
The Republican Party will continue to decline as long as they keep putting up these wishey washey moderate types as candidates. We need some true conservatives and you will see a rebound. We also need major reform in the primary process, as long as the democrats can vote in our primaries and determine the outcome based on who they feel will be the easiest to beat we will see more of the likes of McCain and Romney.

Since: Sep 08

Anderson, IN

#12 Nov 14, 2012
Birds Landing Bob wrote:
The Republican Party will continue to decline as long as they keep putting up these wishey washey moderate types as candidates. We need some true conservatives and you will see a rebound. We also need major reform in the primary process, as long as the democrats can vote in our primaries and determine the outcome based on who they feel will be the easiest to beat we will see more of the likes of McCain and Romney.
No, the republican party will die so long as they ONLY Protect the interests of the rich, push to get rid of them middle class, and include the radical right wing religious cults.

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#13 Nov 15, 2012
Birds Landing Bob wrote:
The Republican Party will continue to decline as long as they keep putting up these wishey washey moderate types as candidates. We need some true conservatives and you will see a rebound. We also need major reform in the primary process, as long as the democrats can vote in our primaries and determine the outcome based on who they feel will be the easiest to beat we will see more of the likes of McCain and Romney.
I agree. I was a Republican for a very long time until Reagan added religion into the mix with Pat Buchanan. Since then it has become a comical echo of itself from way back in 1940. The Tea Party is now the GOP, and they have proven that they have no staying power. They are losing any gains they got under the GOP banner and now they are unelectable.
Antwan

Vacaville, CA

#14 Nov 15, 2012
_Reality Speaks_ wrote:
<quoted text>WTF is that supposed to mean?
They already have you I see. All hail Obama! All hail Obama!

Since: Sep 08

Anderson, IN

#15 Nov 15, 2012
Antwan wrote:
<quoted text>They already have you I see. All hail Obama! All hail Obama!
Not so much...just more of a "Grow up Repubs, Grow up Repubs"
Antwan

Vacaville, CA

#16 Nov 15, 2012
Cookie_Parker wrote:
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Not so much...just more of a "Grow up Repubs, Grow up Repubs"
Obama is the new Jesus. All hail Obama, all hail Obama!

Since: Sep 08

Anderson, IN

#17 Nov 16, 2012
Antwan wrote:
<quoted text>Obama is the new Jesus. All hail Obama, all hail Obama!
Honey, you really should not worship a man....if you are Christian, you know you are sinning.

Republicans kept their faith on helping the rich only thinking their money could buy the elections....proved to be not true.

They also kept the racism of the white man going....those who bought it,lost the election for republicans for decades now
Stu

San Leandro, CA

#18 Nov 16, 2012
It's ALL Obama's fault.

End of discussion.

Since: Sep 08

Anderson, IN

#19 Nov 18, 2012
Stu wrote:
It's ALL Obama's fault.
End of discussion.
Republican Congress created more obstruction and stopped more legislation designed to help the American people than at any other time in our history.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/10/opinion/kru...

But the bill went nowhere, of course, blocked by Republicans in Congress. And now, having prevented Mr. Obama from implementing any of his policies, those same Republicans are pointing to disappointing job numbers and declaring that the presidentís policies have failed.

Think of it as a two-part strategy. First, obstruct any and all efforts to strengthen the economy, then exploit the economyís weakness for political gain. If this strategy sounds cynical, thatís because it is. Yet itís the G.O.P.ís best chance for victory in November.
Steve

Denver, CO

#20 Nov 30, 2012
Voters don't care about ideology. They care about jobs and family. George W left a Great Depression behind for Obama. Do you think we forgot that?

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