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August 11, 2011

"It's not him; it's you."

It turns out we are the ones who failed Him.
We weren't prepared for a mega-dosage of awesomeness. We were too dimwitted to grasp the decency of central planning. And the insistence of troublemakers to engage in debate and vote, in fact, is the most serious threat to this nation's future. -- RealClearPolitics - Sorry, Guys, There Are No More Kings

Posted by Vanderleun at August 11, 2011 11:53 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

Your Say

Heard on the Rush Limbaugh show 2 or more times during the 2008 campaign: "Rush you're great. I've listened to you for 1o plus years. You taught me how to read the stitches on a fastball. Tell me, what do you think about this Obama guy. He seems like he might be a closet conservative or moderate. I'm thinking of voting for him."

Conservatives like to bitch and moan about their weak and worthless RINO leaders. Most conservative voters I talk to just have a vague feeling about things. They can't step through issues and explain why, and support with evidence. They are just surrouonded by other "conservatives" with vague feelings and thye listen to conservative radio more like they listen to background music. They are immenently vulnerable to the right kind of media campaign, a campaign the lefties are highly practiced at. Many on our side can be picked off if the other side is able to manipulate the feelings of these type conservatives.

I see/hear many conservatives wishing for our own messiah candidate that will just make them feel the right way, details don't matter. Our side is the only thing preventing a full slide into socialism or anarchy and I see an alarming number on our side tired of fighting or using the language of their feelings.

Posted by: Scott M at August 11, 2011 1:35 PM

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