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   Very true butt we need both houses NOW or we are done ..

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I would up that and say if Hillary wins the country is finished.   **nononono*

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Carville is pretty much spot on here.  Conservatives have several problems.  Demographically, minority groups  are dramatically increasing and such groups are entrenched in the democrat camp.   They are not leaving no matter how much Paul Ryan and Rubio kiss their derrieres.  More people (especially, but certainly not limited to, minority groups) have a sense that the government owes them something possibly everything.  Even many young white voters are spoiled, pampered and do not want to work to achieve.   Lack of discipline in private lives (pot smoking, other drug use, promiscuous and deviant sexual behavior, abortion, fiscal irresponsibility) seem to be at an all time high.  Personal responsibility is a thing of the past and personal responsibility is a Republican creed.  Political correctness censors the truth at an alarming rate.

Unless dramatic change comes soon, the Republic is doomed.   

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Carville is pretty much spot on here.  Conservatives have several problems.  Demographically, minority groups  are dramatically increasing and such groups are entrenched in the democrat camp.   They are not leaving no matter how much Paul Ryan and Rubio kiss their derrieres.  More people (especially, but certainly not limited to, minority groups) have a sense that the government owes them something possibly everything.  Even many young white voters are spoiled, pampered and do not want to work to achieve.   Lack of discipline in private lives (pot smoking, other drug use, promiscuous and deviant sexual behavior, abortion, fiscal irresponsibility) seem to be at an all time high.  Personal responsibility is a thing of the past and personal responsibility is a Republican creed.  Political correctness censors the truth at an alarming rate.

Unless dramatic change comes soon, the Republic is doomed.

Very well said, I couldn't agree more. Additionally, I see nothing that will inspire, or lead to dramatic change.


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Carville is pretty much spot on here.  Conservatives have several problems.  Demographically, minority groups  are dramatically increasing and such groups are entrenched in the democrat camp.   They are not leaving no matter how much Paul Ryan and Rubio kiss their derrieres.  More people (especially, but certainly not limited to, minority groups) have a sense that the government owes them something possibly everything.  Even many young white voters are spoiled, pampered and do not want to work to achieve.   Lack of discipline in private lives (pot smoking, other drug use, promiscuous and deviant sexual behavior, abortion, fiscal irresponsibility) seem to be at an all time high.  Personal responsibility is a thing of the past and personal responsibility is a Republican creed.  Political correctness censors the truth at an alarming rate.

Unless dramatic change comes soon, the Republic is doomed.   

Judging from history it will have to get so bad that - people are going to have to be standing in long lines for a loaf of bread, peeking through their curtains when they lead their neighbor away to a "FEMA" camp, lose any control over their children whatsoever, have to wait months to have a lump looked at by a doctor, be ruled by Sharia law, have a tyrant leader that takes over the media and issues executive orders like they were candy...........

People, we're almost there. 
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Judging from history it will have to get so bad that - people are going to have to be standing in long lines for a loaf of bread, peeking through their curtains when they lead their neighbor away to a "FEMA" camp, lose any control over their children whatsoever, have to wait months to have a lump looked at by a doctor, be ruled by Sharia law, have a tyrant leader that takes over the media and issues executive orders like they were candy...........

People, we're almost there.

The infrastructure is there. The proper people are in the proper places. The populace has been groomed. But, they haven't run out of other people's money yet. That will be the spark in the powder keg. When the mark on this latest spending spree is called in, we'll be there.

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[[ Carville: If the GOP loses to Hillary in 2016, the Republican Party as we know it is finished ]]

Can't say that I disagree with Mr. Carville at all.
(Note: I wrote this reply BEFORE I read the article above)

Hillary in 2016, then re-elected in 2020.

Illegals amnestied.

Chain migration from Mexico and Central America explodes. ALL of it "legal" from the get-go.

With the realization that anyone can sneak into the U.S.A. and will NEVER be penalized for illegal entry (but only rewarded at some later point in time with amnesty), there will be a wave of illegal immigrants into America that would make Jean Raspail blush. If you don't recognize that name, read the wiki on "Camp of the Saints".

ObamaCare institutionalized beyond any point of repeal.

Foreign policy?  Heh! What difference does it make?

The Pubbie party won't be able to withstand this and continue as is, no way. The GOP-e will try to go on, business-as-usual, graceful losers so long as they get their place at the far end of the table. But conservatives will desert them in droves, making the rise of a "replacement party" possible.

Sure, the Republicans will continue as a "regional party", able to win elections in conservative states with strong majorities. But their time of national influence in America will be over.

The United States will become, at least for a period of time, essentially a "one-party" nation, living under a democratic "reign of terror", until at some point in time the Republicans sink low enough so that a replacement party -- probably comprised almost entirely of Euro-Americans -- gains enough strength to outvote the Pubbies. At that point, we may see at least some Republicans "switch sides" to join the new party, probably running on "dual ballots" the way some candidates already do (example, to be on both the "Conservative" and "Republican" ballot in New York).

If that happens, the GOP-e's will disappear faster than the Whigs...
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