Will Republicans Face the New Reality?

What most strikes fear in the hearts and souls of Republicans? Reality.


Unless Republicans step out of their bubble and begin to adopt policies that reflect the new reality that is America, they’re doomed. And so far, everything they’ve done since the election gives indication that the revelation will be a long, arduous and painful process.


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4 thoughts on “Will Republicans Face the New Reality?

  1. Everything below related to current Republicans. America needs a leader for Republicans that will stand up on principles to be admired.Who can tell the Tea Party where to go ? Who will work for the betterment of America ?? Who can that be ???

    “Bigotry may be roughly defined as the anger of men who have no opinions.” G. K. Chesterton

    “I have a dream that one day little black boys and girls will be holding hands with little white boys and girls.” M.L. King. ( Far away from Republican conscience )

    Jealousy is the suspicion of one’s own inferiority. Emily Post

    There is little for the great part of the history of the world except the bitter tears of pity and the hot tears of wrath.Woodrow Wilson

    The ignorant mind, with its infinite afflictions, passions, and evils, is rooted in the three poisons. Greed, anger, and delusion.Bodhidharma

  2. Their bubble is locked. How can they, after 4 years of scaring the bejesus out of their voters with tales of dangerous, lazy immigrants and a Marxist Kenyan president suddenly change their minds? They can’t sell the truth to their base now even if they placed it on a solid gold platter.
    They built that.

  3. @Sydney…spot on!

    I continue to imagine two “new” parties…the DINOs like our Manchin (WV) coupled with the shrinking group of sane Republicans (I knew you’d ask…perhaps Huntsman, Christie) v. a more progressive version of the Dems…one can hope.

  4. Had to share this quote I ran across the other day, some may have seen it before:

    “The frenzy on the right is PURE FEAR of stepping out of line with the Republican “Politburo” and getting shipped to Siberia.

    This lockstep mentality is rare in American history.

    Here is a “grand old party” frozen, suspended, mesmerized, in thrall to a gaggle of showboats and radio entertainers and small mobs of fist-shakers standing staunch for unreality, and NOT ONE Republican elected official DARES TO SAY:

    “Let us NOT be nuts.!”

    There will be books written about this in years to come, and they will not be kind to the likes of Rep. Boehner and Sen. McConnell.”

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