Michael Totten

More Advice

I’m sure most Democrats are sick to death already of the unasked-for post-election advice. They’ve had to put up with a lot of it. No doubt the tables would have been turned had the Republicans lost.
Still, conservatives could use a little post-election advice as well. I suggest starting here.

Voting coalitions are ruled by the least commited members. So the question to the cultural conservatives is: do you want 2004 to be the Republican high water mark or would you like to extend the string.

If the right-wing culture warriors get cocky (and some of them already have) they’ll rue the day. It’s real simple. Here’s why.

Did any of you remember Bush asking for the RINO vote in the last days of the campaign (“you may not agree with all my positions but I want your vote”)? So you going to throw them off the bus now that you have won? That is not nice. People remember.

Yep.