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The Centrization of the Right...that was FAST!

 
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11/09/2012 10:07 AM
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The Centrization of the Right...that was FAST!
Wow! Only two days after the thumping at the polls, and one of the Right's most outspoken reactionaries is saying that comprehensive immigration reform, including a PATH TO CITIZENSHIP, has to be done!

What's interesting is that Fox News is known for taking it's talking points directly from the Republican Party. This tells me that the new official stance of the GOP is going to be comprehensive reform with a path to citizenship. Thoughts?

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11/09/2012 10:12 AM
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Re: The Centrization of the Right...that was FAST!
Hannity is a Christ-tard and a Zionist sycophant.

Of course he wants a pathway to citizenship -- he wants to be invited to all the right cocktail parties so he'll keep deluding himself [along with all the other kosher kwanservatives] that brown people will make great Republicans just as long as you sell it well enough.

Sean Hannity and the rest of the milquetoast 'Kwans running interference for their cultural Marxist benefactors is the reason the Republican party is in the shit.
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11/09/2012 10:16 AM
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Re: The Centrization of the Right...that was FAST!
I think the way it's going, the Repubs are having a "come to Jesus" and are facing a new, liberal America. They have to soften their stance. Now, tell me if you disagree, but I can bet you money that by 2016, there will not be a peep by a serious running Rep about Obamacare. By then most people will be benefiting from things like no lifetime limits, no denial of coverage for preexisting, etc. Obamacare is here to stay, and the GOP would be remiss (for the sake of their political viability) to mess with it.