David Brooks on failures of conservative movement

November 10, 2008

Since the conservatives plan to go back to their roots, pro-life (which is none of their business), and other cultural issues I don’t see this as a move in the right direction. The fact that they are talking about cutting off the moderate branch of republicans only shows their intolerance. That half of them would put their stock in Sarah Palin only shows that they are not keeping up with modern times or the real concerns of the people. Unless they find a way to get off their high horse and become more inclusive and less narrow minded they will only succeed in keeping the pockets of fringe and die hard conservatives while not obtaining further growth.

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