Rush Limbaugh predicts the Republican Party will die if Obama gets elected again. The Republican Party has been dead for years. This is why I became a Republican over three years so I could move out the dead, the evil money lovers and the fake Christians they use like whores!
I told you I am the Go-el Redeemer of my kindred’s party. Like the angel Michael, I have swung my sword and have slain the living dead.
I bid all good men to come to the aid of this party so all Americans can be served by the two party system, so that our elected – with God’s Grace – may serve all the people.
Jon the Nazarite
Republican Mitt Romney is being hit with criticism in his own party over the tone and direction of the election campaign with a narrowing window of time to regroup.
Even as Romney tried to transform his latest stumble into an attack on President Barack Obama, a series of national polls showed the incumbent’s lead growing, leaving some Republicans anxious about his prospects, uncomfortable with the management of his campaign and impatient for him to turn the contest around.
“The question in this campaign is not who cares about the poor and the middle class,” he said, adding that both he and Obama share that feeling. “The question is who can help the middle class. I can, he can’t.”
Romney and the Republican Party also are trying to draw attention to another tape — newly released audio of a talk Obama gave 14 years ago at a Loyola University conference in Chicago in which he said he supported “redistribution,” to “make sure everybody’s got a shot.” Obama was an Illinois state senator at the time.
“He really believes in what I’ll call a government- centered society,” Romney said in Atlanta.
Race, age and ethnicity are at the heart of the problem. And they portend not only the party’s death in California, but perhaps its destiny in the rest of America.
Consider. Almost 90 percent of all Republican voters in presidential elections are white. Almost 90 percent are Christians. But whites fell to 74 percent of the electorate in 2008 and were only 64 percent of the population. Christians are down to 75 percent of the population from 85 in 1990. The falloff continues and is greatest among the young.
Consider ethnicity. Hispanics were 15 percent of the U.S. population in 2008 and 7.4 percent of the electorate. Both percentages will inexorably rise.
A Barack Obama win in November will lead to a meltdown within the Republican Party, said Bryan Fischer, an influential official at the American Family Association. And he isn’t too optimistic about Mitt Romney’s chances.
“If Barack Obama wins this election the Republican Party as we know it is finished, it is dead, it is toast — you can stick a fork in it,” he told TPM Friday at the Values Voter Summit in Washington. “And conservatives, grassroots conservatives, are either going to start a third party or they are going to launch a hostile takeover of the Republican Party.”
Bryan Fischer: Today’s GOP Will Be ‘Dead’ If Romney Loses
Limbaugh Declares GOP Dead If Obama Re-Elected (VIDEO)
n his usual bluster, Limbaugh went to task in proclaiming that should the Republican Party fail to beat Obama this election year, it will be an end to the party itself and even worse, another economic collapse if the President wins in his re-election bid.
Limbaugh further explained that conservatives will be held up as scapegoats, that they will be blamed for the failure of a Romney victory. In that, Limbaugh may be telling the truth for once to his fake audience. The party élite grabbed on to the conservative Democratic base as part of the Nixon “Southern Strategy” of the 1960′s and 1970′s, taking away the conservative southern Democrats and adding them to the Republican Party. This worked wonders for their electoral success for decades. However, over time these conservatives kept demanding more and more power, refusing to take part in government and instead doing things previously unimaginable such as making the filibuster a routine part of the Senate, eliminating any members of the party who compromise, turning the debt ceiling into a political issue, and even blocking keeping the nations infrastructure going. It is proving to be impossible for the country to even work with the conservative superbase now concentrated in the Republican Party, resulting in the nations first credit rating downgrade.
Limbaugh, of course, considers this attack on the fundamental institutions of government as a good idea. He finds himself joined in this by religious zealots and Dominionists, who seek to turn the United States into a theocratic state. That the Republican leadership is trying to save itself from losing its tenuous grip on functionality demonstrates that perhaps there is sanity remaining somewhere deep within the halls of the GOP. If they did win this election, the party would find itself consumed by the very monster it had courted.
Reblogged this on rosamondpress and commented:
I posted this four years ago.