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Re: Running Against San Francisco

Philip, I would tend to agree with you, but I also think there are a few achievements the GOP can run on, as Cal Thomas discusses in his column today:

Republicans may have controlled all three branches of government, but conservatives haven’t. If conservatives believe enough has not been done to advance their agenda, let them work to elect more conservatives, not hand control of Congress over to a party controlled by far-left liberals who have no intention of moderating their tone or watering down their beliefs after the election.

Cal also cites Vice President Cheney, who makes some good points on the economy. He concludes by writing, “
conservatives should vote Republican and then work to continue advancing conservative goals. Those goals are more likely to be reached under Republicans than under Democrats.”

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