Sunday, February 05, 2006
Our Newest Op Ed
- By Rudy Takala
Talk about reforming the Republican Party has become all the rage these days, but the means to doing that are scarcely mentioned. No one wants to assign blame or risk their popularity by suggesting unpopular dissent.
Many commentators will mention something about the need for a conservative revival, but in the end, their time is spent lamenting the infeasibility of third parties. They rarely mention how they plan on actually enacting the "revival," doing nothing but emphasizing the need to keep supporting the Republican Party.
Republicans will probably have a few losses in the 2006 midterm election. After that, all the fuss over the party's lack of conservatism will probably be forgotten, and winning elections will return as most people's foremost objective. Another stale, empty, failed suit – Newt Gingrich, perhaps – will emerge as the chubbiest, most obsequiously genial candidate, and receive the party's nomination. The revolution will be over before it began, and so will the next eight years...........
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