“The Fate of our Republic and Political Party Platforms”

Burning Constitution

Opinion by R Al Bain:

Has The Republican Party Reached its End?
While traversing through social medial web sites reading the post and comments I have come to the conclusion that the Republican Party may have reached the end of its cycle. The corruption, cronyism and contempt of the traditions, principles and values that the Party was founded upon is unconscionable.
 
You’ve heard that song the devil went down to Georgia I think he has come up to Michigan as well. I hope they like a hot environment because they will surely be denied access through those pearly gates. We have elected representatives who claim to be Conservative and post Christian Scripture on facebook that are not adhering to the faith or the Conservative ideology. One’s actions speak louder than words.
 
There are those within the membership ranks that have also sold their souls to the elitist of the Republican Party. Some of these include activist, precinct delegates and certain Tea Party leaders along with some members of this relatively new political movement. The Republican Party, with its stated conservative values, began with activists at its core.
 
However, today those true Conservative activists are being demonized, ostracized, and labeled as radicals all for believing in right versus wrong, good versus evil and the Constitution. Like the Constitution, the founding traditions, principles and values that the Republican Party was founded upon should be the operating manual that just doesn’t seem to be the case today.
 
It is clearly evident that the Republican Party has become just an extension of the Democrat Party. It is nothing more than the flip side of the same coin. Read more…
http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=29632

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One Thought on ““The Fate of our Republic and Political Party Platforms”

  1. Kim Shmina on February 15, 2013 at 12:07 pm said:

    The conservative republican movement of today in my opinion really began to build momentum with the Goldwater election, and he suffered a historical loss….but it set the groundwork for Reagen. Don’t throw in the towel yet! It is my sincere hope that we will see republicans becoming more conservative as the people demand it. With this could come a true revolution within the GOP.

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