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Subject: Re: DeMinty Sees Hand Writing on the Wall. Date: 12/6/2012 12:37 PM
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Senator, with all due respect, the problem is not one of ideas, but the fact that we've been outflanked in the marketplace by the libs. We have been successfully painted as racist, homophobia, and whatevers by the other side.

We don't have their ground game. We've lost control of the schools, the media, and everything else, except our little enclave of talk radio and Fox News.

Which is why being in the Senate does not do much

The best way to battle someone who holds too many of the lever of power, is and always will be. Blind obedience.

This is why I continue to advocate letting libs have their way. Not improving what they are trying to do, just saying what you want to do and why, but letting things go as libs see fit.

If there is any hope of folks seeing the truth of where we are headed it will be made clear faster in allowing libs to take 100 percent of credit for the results of implementing their ideas and ignoring those of conservatives.

Last thing we need is folks like Boehner trying to make things a little less bad, and getting credit for all that goes wrong.

do not without ideas. Running the House is great, pass every idea you have. Just do not participate, at all, in what the Dems put in place. If you have something to add, add it whole or not at all.
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