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    Default Conservatism, Inc. Ponders GOP Crackup

    Conservatism, Inc. Ponders GOP Crackup


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    I’ve noted many times here the growing disconnect between the “GOP establishment” or “Conservatism, Inc.” and the conservative base in the South and West which has been growing more restive and which has been coming around to our view of things on issues like black crime, secession, and immigration:
    “And yet, the heart of the matter extends beyond the GOP. My conversations this week with two Republican officials, along with a Democratic strategist’s timely memo, reflect a growing school of thought in Washington that social change and a disillusioned electorate threaten the entire two-party system.

    Seem like a lot to swallow? Allow me to describe my last few days at work.

    Between bites of an $18.95 SteakBurger at the Palm, one of Washington’s premier expense-account restaurants, Republican consultant Scott Reed summed up the state of politics and his beloved GOP. “The party,” he told me, “is irrelevant.”

    He cited the familiar litany of problems: demographic change, poor candidates, ideological rigidity, deplorable approval ratings, and a rift between social and economic conservatives.”

    “It’s leading to some type of crash and reassessment and change,” said Reed, who ran Bob Dole’s 1996 presidential campaign and remains an influential lobbyist and operative. “It can’t continue on this path.” . . .


    Posted on February 15, 2013 by Hunter Wallace




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    Cool A few thoughts....

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"Inside the cozy enclaves of GOP bonhomie—hunkered at the tables of see-and-be-seen Washington restaurants—Republican leaders are sourly predicting a party-busting independent presidential bid by a tea-party challenger, like Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., in 2016.



    To them, the GOP apocalypse looms larger than most realize. Dueling State of the Union rebuttals and Karl Rove’s assault on right-wing candidates are mere symptoms of an existential crisis that is giving the sturdiest Republicans heartburn.



    And yet, the heart of the matter extends beyond the GOP. My conversations this week with two Republican officials, along with a Democratic strategist's timely memo, reflect a growing school of thought in Washington that social change and a disillusioned electorate threaten the entire two-party system.



    (RELATED: 6 Reasons Why the Two-Party System May Become Obsolete)



    Seem like a lot to swallow? Allow me to describe my last few days at work.



    Between bites of an $18.95 SteakBurger at the Palm, one of Washington’s premier expense-account restaurants, Republican consultant Scott Reed summed up the state of politics and his beloved GOP. 'The party', he told me, 'is irrelevant.'



    He cited the familiar litany of problems: demographic change, poor candidates, ideological rigidity, deplorable approval ratings, and a rift between social and economic conservatives.



    'It’s leading to some type of crash and reassessment and change,' said Reed, who ran Bob Dole’s 1996 presidential campaign and remains an influential lobbyist and operative. 'It can’t continue on this path.'



    Reed sketched a hypothetical scenario under which Paul runs for the Republican nomination in 2016, loses after solid showings in Iowa and other states run by supporters of his father (former GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul), bolts the GOP, and mounts a third-party bid that undercuts the Republican nominee.



    Paul, a tea-party favorite who was elected to the Senate in 2010, told USA Today on Wednesday that he was interested in running for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016. 'I do want to be part of the national debate,' he said.



    What are the odds of Paul or another GOP defector splitting the party? Reed asked me to repeat the question—and then grimaced. 'There’s a real chance,' he replied.



    The next morning, Rep. Reid Ribble of Wisconsin dipped his spoon into a bowl of strawberries, sugar, and pink milk—and declared the era of two major parties just about over. 'I think we’re at the precipice of a breakdown of the two-party system,' said the Wisconsin Republican.



    Voters are tired of partisan rancor and institutional incompetence, Ribble said, pointing to polls that suggest the number of independent voters is rising.




    'Ross Perot was a goofy guy,' he said of the deficit hawk who mounted two independent presidential bids in the 1990s. 'If he was packaged as a different guy and had the Internet, he would have emerged [as president]. The warning bell he was sounded then is getting louder today.'



    (Related: In Congress, Compromise is a 4-letter Word")



    Ribble represents one of the few House districts still divided almost equally between Republican and Democratic voters. Many of the rest are gerrymandered, drawn to easily elect a conservative Republican or liberal Democrat. It's one cause of gridlock, what voters loathe about Washington. 'I think over a period of time we could watch third and even fourth parties emerging,' Ribble said.



    A third voice joined the conversation when Democratic consultant Doug Sosnik released his State of the Union memo, a remarkable document warning both Democrats and Republicans about the increasing likelihood of a third-party presidential bid.



    'And even though the Republican Party is in free fall, the Democratic Party’s position among the electorate has only marginally benefited from its misfortune,' Sosnik wrote. 'The broad sense of alienation leaves a very wide door open for a third party presidential candidate in the future.' (Disclosure: I coauthored a book with Sosnik and GOP consultant Matthew Dowd about the effect that social change has on politics.)



    Sosnik noted 'the staggering pace of economic, demographic, and technological change,' a period of social tumult that rivals the first years of the industrial revolution. 'All the upheaval and uncertainty have taken a toll on Americans’ confidence in their government and institutions to solve the nation’s problems,' Sosnik wrote, touching on a topic I explored in a 2012 National Journal magazine feature, 'In Nothing We Trust.'



    'This disaffection shows no signs of dissipating any time soon,' Sosnik continued. 'There’s little doubt that it will continue to be a major challenge for both political parties and future presidential aspirants as the clock continues to tick on President Obama’s presidency.'




    In a telephone interview last week, Sosnik said voters are wary of the leadership pool in U.S. politics. Business or even religious leaders could find traction in future presidential races.



    'I think we will have a great debate with third and even fourth parties' vying for traditional GOP voters as well as Democrats now aligned with Obama, he said.



    The Democratic Party will have trouble transferring Obama’s popularity to its next presidential nominee unless Hillary Rodham Clinton runs, Sosnik told me.



    'I’m not surprised Republicans in this town are telling you they’re worried about the declining influence of their party and the potential for a third-party bid,' Sosnik said, adding with a chuckle: 'Democrats should worry, too.'



    He wasn't joking."




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    Well, it's like this: First of all, if Hillary does seek the nomination, (and I have no doubt that she will, if ZOG as we know it still exists in 2016) rest assured that either some nigger or some beaner *WILL* run against her, and, since this individual, if elected *WILL NOT* be the first non-White elected President, the primary battle between he or she and Rotten Clit will be three times as nasty as that between her and Obongo in 2008.



    And, even if she managed to beat the non-White Democrat, and secure the nomination, she would probably end up running against Marco Rubio (aka Narco Jewbio) on the Republican side, and Rubio would, most likely, beat her. The bottom line is this: THE DAYS OF SEEMINGLY WHITE PEOPLE OF EITHER GENDER BEING ELECTED PRESIDENT ARE OVER. SIMPLE AS THAT.



    And, if the Republicuntz do nominate Rubio, Rand Paul won't even be a factor that November, because all of the White people worthy of the name will have deserted that kike-infested shithole of a party. It wouldn't change anything, because the Republicuntz would get enough beaner votes to cancel them out. Just like she-apes in 2008, who decided to vote their twats instead of their race, those beaners foolish enough to throw their support behind Rotten Clit will be accused of selling out their race, and be shunned by the majority of their fellow latrinos.



    But, don't get me wrong. I *DO NOT* THINK THAT IS ACTUALLY GONNA HAPPEN!!!



    Because, believe me, if these mere Republicunt and Demonclit apparatchiks are worried about "the broad sense of [voter] alienation,... the staggering pace of economic, demographic, and technological change,....upheaval and uncertainty", you can bet your bottom dollar that the Powers That Be are worried about it, too, and they will soon unleash what they perceive to be the ultimate solution to these problems: 9/11 ON STEROIDS.



    You will see either one of two things happen: Either before the end of April, and probably before the end of March, Isn'treal will go ahead and attack Iran, and the Iranians will retaliate by shutting down the Straits of Hormuz. This will trigger a worldwide economic collapse, and the Mark of the Beast and the slave labor camps are next. Or, otherwise, ZOG will simply nuke five Amerikan cities, blame it on China or Iran, and use it as an opportunity to dismantle what's left of our First and Second Amendments. Either way, it will end in bloody civil war, and the destruction of their vile little Antichrist system, BUT SO WILL DOING NOTHING, AND THEY UNDERSTAND THIS!!!



    Cornered animals don't generally give up and die without a fight. Neither will ZOG. Anyone who thinks otherwise has simply got their head up their ass.



    These are indeed perilous times we are living in. My advice to you, my dear Mr. Wallace, is to read The Book Of Revelation and THE PROTOCOLS OF THE LEARNED ELDERS OF ZION, and to keep a copy of each handy to read as you analyze the news of the day. Otherwise, you will soon be facing irrelevance.[/SIZE][/INDENT]
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    Default But I have a plan, we need to encourage the Jewsers to write more 5000 word essays

    But I have a plan, we need to encourage the Jewsers to write more 5000 word essays


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    The left can take its minutate loving little cultists and form an unified front, though not without some difficulties (see the Kostard kids). The Right lost that once the dastardly Commies did the wrong thing and went tits up.

    I agree that the tea party should have remained fiscal in nature, kind of like a Perot diffused sort of campaign. We can fight for our social issues and stuff mana e mano thru the culture wars.

    But then came along Glen Beck and Palin to destroy the TP by turning it into a cult for nice women to think nice things and feel nice about themselves, and poof there it went.

    But I have a plan, we need to encourage the Jewsers to write more 5000 word essays on how they alone have figured out the jew problem, and then we can diffuse that thruout the internet by typing “kike” and “jewlover” till at least the laws against hate are passed.



    RobRoySimmons says:
    February 15, 2013 at 2:56 pm

    Numero Uno of Meercats


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