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The GOP brain-trust is meeting again,

-- between them all, they might actually find one ...


Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference: Most Bizarre Statements

by Elizabeth Flock, usnews.com -- June 14, 2013

   
"Immigrants are more fertile."
– former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, making the case for immigration reform


"College campuses are indoctrination camps for the abortion industry."
– Kate Obenshein, vice president of Young America's Foundation, in a panel on advancing the pro-life movement. She also called Planned Parenthood "barbarians."


"We lost because Obama won crushing, lopsided majorities among Americans who are single, poor, irreligious ... There are people who are all three."
– Michael Medved, conservative radio talk show host, on why Republicans lost the 2012 presidential election.

Oh the Humanity!  -- "single, poor, irreligious" ... We're Doomed!  (The GOP is thinking to themselves.)


But wait -- there's more!


Overheard at the Faith and Freedom Coalition's  'Road to Majority Conference'

by Brian Resnick, nationaljournal.com -- June 14, 2013

Paul Ryan
On the challenge of running against President Obama:
   We kept sort of shadow-boxing the big government in theory. We had to argue against the promise and the rhetoric of President Obama.

Jeb Bush
On Immigration:
[...] we are going to have fewer workers taking care of a larger number of people that the government has a social contract with. We cannot do that with the fertility rates we have in our country. We are barely breaking even...

Michele Bachmann
On immigration:
The people who will suffer the most, if we move forward, in my mind, with what is a very foolish action the people who will hurt the most are Hispanics and African Americans who already suffer very high levels of unemployment.

And one more from the guy on his high horse (no doubt in search of More Agua ...)
"If this bill has something in it that gives gay couples immigration rights and so forth, it kills the bill. I'm done," Rubio said on the Andrea Tantaros Show.
-- Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) made another threat on Thursday to walk away from his own comprehensive immigration reform bill -- 06/13/2013


There you go America -- the "holier than thou" Party has spoken again. We've been warned.

The Greedy-Old Patriarchs Party continues to prove the old axiom: "You just can't teach an old dog, new tricks."


See the Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference for that "New Road to the Majority" already in progress ...



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