Part III: How to Destroy the GOP

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“…Ultimately, Rand Paul is a walking target for Democratic negative ads in a closely divided state with a culture of commitment to national security. But right now running the country – or even winning elections – is not a top-of-mind concern for many Republicans. They are voting to send a message, and it’s no time to be fussy about the background, competence, associations, and inner convictions of the messengers….” David Frum

The Pink Flamingo is waiting for the day when Republicans will garner the courage to oust the Ron Paul Bots and thumb our collective noses at the so called Tea Party “Patriots” many of whom are NOT Republicans.

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Extreme Far Right Lunitics Trying to Run the Show

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The far right Tea Party “patriots” have turned on Sarah Palin because she has endorsed Carly Fiorina. Fiorina is NOT good enough for the Tea Party people. Evidently they are finally showing their true colors. They are bullies! If their childish demands are not met, they will destroy. So, their long knives are out for Palin.

If they continue on their current path, they are going to do serious damage to the GOP in November. Someone needs to explain to the far right media that the tea parties are NOT about conservative – they are about promoting LOSERTARIANS.

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It’s the Drug War, Stupid

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Any rational thinker knows that the AZ immigration mess is going to seriously damage the GOP. Contrary to the popular lies of the far right talk so demigods, a hard line approach is a sure fire loser for any candidate.

“…And the party’s long-term thinkers worry that the Arizona law is merely a quick political fix which may create a permanent rift with the fastest growing segment of the U.S. electorate.

“It’s like a virus that you get and you don’t feel like you’re unhealthy for the first few days, but after that you have a fever and you’re really sick,” says Matthew Dowd, former President George W. Bush’s chief strategist in 2004. “You can’t win a national election and you can’t win certain states without the Latino vote. And Republicans already had a problem.”

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UPDATED: The Far Right Cult of Republican Submission

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Have you heard of the The Far Right Cult of Republican Submission? UPDATE: It appears Glenn Beck has finally angered his enablers on the

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Fun & Games With Ron Paul Bots

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Way much fun. It could be possible that NORMAL Republicans such as The Pink Flamingo are starting to fight back against the extremes.  When

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The Far Right Is Out of Touch With Real America

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It is more and more obvious that the extreme far (Internet & Talk Radio) right is just plain old out of touch with reality

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PART II: Are Republicans Different from Conservatives?

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“…And just to set the record straight, let me say this about our friends who are now Republicans but who do not identify themselves as conservatives: I want the record to show that I do not view the new revitalized Republican Party as one based on a principle of exclusion. After all, you do not get to be a majority party by searching for groups you won’t associate or work with. If we truly believe in our principles, we should sit down and talk.
Talk with anyone, anywhere, at any time if it means talking about the principles for the Republican Party.

Conservatism is not a narrow ideology, nor is it the exclusive property of conservative activists….”

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PART I: Has Conservative Talk Radio Doomed the GOP?

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If this is indeed true then conservative talk radio is the voice of doom for the Republican Party. In 2006, talk radio hosts such as Laura Ingraham suggested conservatives NOT vote for Republicans running for the House and the Senate. Other conservative talk show hosts followed suit. Online, conservative bloggers took up the clarion call of “teach them a lesson.”

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Part III – Back to Cochise County

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BACK TO COCHISE COUNTY Everyone wanted a piece of the action.  They wanted their ‘fair share’.  They wanted the money.  Because the Apache were

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