I agree Gary and the dismal rating for media outlets are telling us that a lot of folks are disgusted with media. To me, the way to deal with that is to continue to develop more modern sources of getting information out, like trusted online sources and mobile access and communication. Simultaneously, we need to constantly and loudly communicate that media is controlled...like other socialist nations.
I also agree on the split party issue. We cannot afford to split...we need to build a coalition, even if some of us have to hold thier nose to do it.
When I have individual conversations with those who are disgusted with government and liberalism, they are also disappointed in Republican efforts and failures. Then when I ask them to answer questions about issues, a huge percentage fall in the Libertarian camp. I find this happening in Gen X and Y discussions to a huge degree, but also a majority with baby boomers. And most do not know that they have Libertarian views. Many call themselves "moderate", but in detail they are more Libertarian.
I think a cooperative coalition of conservatives, Tea Party folks and Libertarians under one roof would be more forbidable. And after some big wins, issues can be negotiated...issues that are more social and military oriented. There would be a lot of cooperation on reducing federal government and dismantling liberal control.
I know a lot of folks would not like the above as a result. They want it all. But isn't the result of compromise a far cry from what we get when we are divided? I think this anti-liberal coalition could change the current ugly course of history we see. But we cannot have social conservatives staying home on voting day because they don't get everything. And we can't have Libertarians casting protest votes. We need to bring all in together to defeat the tide of liberalism right now. United we will stand....
Do you think these groups could relent and work together to win in 2014 and 2016? I would bet the top GOP donors would prefer to win. The grassroots coalition could put the spread of liberalism into remission.
From: Gary James <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Sunday, February 3,[masked]:13 PM
Subject: RE: [The-Medina-We-Surround-Them] Top G.O.P. Donors Seek Greater Say in Senate Races
As long as the Liberal media remains in control of the popular avenues of information, there is nothing a third party will be able to do any better than what we have already. Just look at the Tea Party as an example. This was a popular grass roots movement that gained so much popularity so fast and so alarmed the Left, they spent millions of dollars and amassed the largest propaganda campaign I’ve ever seen to destroy the challenge to their Liberal ideology.
Hollywood, pop culture, and the media all embrace Liberal policies. And you can’t fight that with a fledgling political party made up of what they’ll rebuke as “right wing crazies”. I don’t see a new party being helpful at all.
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Sent: Sunday, February 03,[masked]:25 AM
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Subject: [The-Medina-We-Surround-Them] Top G.O.P. Donors Seek Greater Say in Senate Races
Is it time for a 3rd party yet?
"The biggest donors in the Republican Party are financing a new group to recruit seasoned candidates and protect Senate incumbents from challenges by far-right conservatives and Tea Party enthusiasts who Republican leaders worry could complicate the party’s efforts to win control of the Senate."
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