The Grand Old Party produced a scripted appeal to the faithful. The
2012 Republican Party convention in Tampa, designed to sell a filtered
image of a country club version of conservatism, begs the historic
substance of a traditional embodiment of true timeless values. Hitting a
range of obligatory themes is not equivalent to standing for the
principles of a constitutional republic. Appealing to the estranged
elements of the GOP needs more than words to restore faith and hope.
Reasoned policy stands require a refutation of the failure of the
Neoconservative agenda. So do not be duped by the language in the platform
The indomitable Phyllis Schlafly loves the planks, in the article: Republican Party platform best yet.
“It rejects a long list of United Nations treaties, including the
treaty on women’s rights, the treaty on the rights of the child, the
treaty on persons with disabilities, the arms trade treaty and the Law
of the Sea treaty. The platform also rejects Agenda 21, including its
proposal for a global tax and various U.N. declarations on the
Altogether, the 2012 Republican Platform is an excellent document
written by grass-roots conservatives. It is a true reflection of
Now how can any red blooded conservative disagree with a political
party that rejects the globalism of the United Nations? Well, our
distinguished champion at the Eagle Forum engages in wishful thinking,
if she believes that the platform is anything more than tomorrows fish
For a concise analysis of the irrelevance of the planks in the platform, view the John Nichols: Mitt Romney Versus the Tea Party video. In politics, deeds count, while rhetoric blows away with the wind.
Judge a campaign by the political handlers and their records. Examine
the viewpoints that the political endorsers are committed to their
core. The notion expressed by the New York Times in Platform’s Sharp Turn to Right Has Conservatives Cheering may give temporary joy, but the ugly underbelly of the NeoCon purity
sect is at work to purge the party of the residual of real
You can trust such social outcasts as the John Birch Society, when
their columnist, Joe Wolverton II reveals what really transpired at the
convention in the article, RNC, Romney Combine to Quiet Ron Paul and his Delegates.