Sunday, February 12, 2012

Today's GOP is going nowhere, but not fast enough.

Thomas Friedman, op-ed columnist for the New York Times, has an excellent piece in yesterday's edition of the newspaper. Here's one of the nuts:

"The [Republican] party has let itself become the captive of conflicting ideological bases: anti-abortion advocates, anti-immigration activists, social conservatives worried about the sanctity of marriage, libertarians who want to shrink government, and anti-tax advocates who want to drown government in a bathtub.

"Sorry, but you can’t address the great challenges America faces today
with that incoherent mix of hardened positions."

Bulls-eye, Tom!


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