Are Republicans in a fight to the death within their own party and the Radical Right Wing Nuts?

It seems there are no moderate Republicans left and now the battles that are occurring are between what I call the nut jobs and the traditional Republican party. Kentucky got Ran Paul to run with, score one for the Right Wingers. How many more of these far Right choices before they either no longer resemble the Republican party and more of a Tea Party. This couldn't be better for the Democrats and it looks like the old pattern of those in power losing seats just might be turned around this year! What do you think?

Asked By: Fly in the Ointment - 6/8/2010
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F*ck moderates. They don't stand for anything. They are pragmatic blades of grass that blow in the wind. Moderates are slowly pulling this country to the left and toward a larger, more intrusive federal government that is establishing a nanny-welfare state, from the cradle to the grave... More
Answered By: dudeman612 - 6/8/2010
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Republicans are self destructing from within.
Answered By: Handsome Conn - 6/8/2010
This section is proof of it.
Answered By: Dylan RIP Dio \m/ - 6/8/2010
Yes, with the racists and evangelical nutjobs, who still make up majority of GOP voters.
Answered By: The Blunt Ugly Truth - 6/8/2010
Why you dissin Rand Paul?
Answered By: Das Gross Rindfleisch - 6/8/2010
Remember when Rush said let Obama and Hillary duel it out. It will only be more positive for the conservative party the longer the duel goes. Well, it is now the repubs turn to get bloody and make it better for the liberals.
Answered By: Kirby - 6/8/2010
I think you're confused. We aren't changing the Republican Party, we're just getting it back to its roots. In recent years, it has swung too far towards the center. Conservatives are just getting the Republicans back on track.
Answered By: Terran - 6/8/2010
I wouldn't worry. The Tea Party is likely going to continue to transform the GOP into a right-wing lunatic-FRINGE party that doesn't believe in rights, the Constitution, or even US law. It's all about tearing down the government and condemning the rest of the country to an early death.
Answered By: Sky - 6/8/2010
Thing about it is we don't argue publicly we only argue among ourselves. unlike the dems.
Answered By: Dropkickmurphy - 6/8/2010
Most people in this country are anti-socialism
Answered By: I Want You to Buy My Insurance - 6/8/2010
well i mean no disrespect but this is the same as i think of the democratic party i at least respect real democrats but i think that most now are so left of liberal that i do not understand what is going on within your party..
Answered By: Jamie - 6/8/2010
those kinky teabaggers, not that there's anything wrong with that
Answered By: shortbusbush - 6/8/2010
No, the fight is over. The Republican party of old is long gone.. The pragmatic (secular) fiscal conservatives lost. They lost to the evangelicals 20 years ago. Now their corpse is being defiled by right wing conspiracy theorists turned "conservative".
Answered By: Nicholas J - 6/8/2010
I couldn't care less about the fate of the Republican Party but if what emerges from the infighting is a party that no longer resembles the Republican Party of the last 50 years, I would consider that an improvement.
Answered By: crunch - 6/8/2010
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