A Massachusetts Reader Says Third Parties Are The Last Hope

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09/18/07 – A CA Reader Won`t Be
Buying A House Near A Mosque

From:

Fred Douglass (e-mail
him)

Re:


A Reader Says Front Loaded GOP Primaries Mean An
Immigration Reform Third Party Should Start NOW!

After re-reading
this letter about the supposed advantage front-loaded
primaries would represent to

Sen. John McCain`s
presidential campaign, I realize
that the Republican Party is committing suicide.

McCain`s dashed
presidential hopes made me understand several things
about the GOP.

First, Republicans
have become married to and dependent upon a

religious base
. This base has troubling attitudes
about others` views and lifestyles and has nothing to do
with the philosophical roots of the

conservative
movement.

The second element
of the Republican suicide mission is the rueful,
disastrous and Rasputin-like control imposed by the

Neocons
over President Bush.

Another, third
aspect is the inexplicably misguided attempts of the new
Republicans to invite in and then embrace the flood of
illegal immigrants.

Finally, for the RNC
to let a myopic buffoon and political slickster like the
now departed

Karl Rove
be the visible symbol and the invisible
manager of its party is indicative of how hopelessly it
is floundering.

Now, the Republican
Party`s power elite has placed

Sen. Mel Martinez
, a Hispanic, pro-immigration
disaster as the new RNC chief.

Given an opportunity
to repudiate

Clintonism
, Republicans at every turn behaved like
Democrats.

It pains me to say
this, but America will not and cannot ever elect a true

conservative
to run the government.

There are too many
spineless, gullible and vapid moderates as well as
ferociously ignorant and anti-American liberals out
there.

So, perhaps a single
issue (illegal immigration?) and a third-party candidate
will be the last hope of a drowning political ideal.



Douglass is a retired naval weapons officer and former
high school teacher.

But read
another letter from Don Reynolds, an immigration reform
advocate, opposed to third parties,


here
.