We Lost the Election How Do We Face the Consequences?

width=226Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN Texas Heres a question for you" says Texas radio Talk-Show Host Lynn Woolley. Can Republicans compromise with Democrats and still move the cause of conservatism forward? The answer is yes but first we width=193have to admit that we lost this election and are not running the show. Here are two examples that may anger you but please listen" asks Woolley.

Read or listen to Lynn Woolleys full analysis here.    

On immigration  suppose we agreed to some form of the DREAM ACT in return for enforcement at the border? (Listen to Woolleys Logic Minute for November 9th) On abortion suppose we agreed to exceptions for rape incest and life of the mother in exchange for a ban on partial birth abortions and mid-to-late term abortions?  Yes wed be giving something up but so would they.   Assuming we can trust them wed see less illegal immigration and many more unborn babies would live.  Ask yourself if that advances the cause of conservatism.  There are things we cant deal away and well have to fight.  But we lost width=190the election and we have to face the consequences. Changes are coming for the Republican Party.  Last time we grumbled about the McCain campaign.  This time its more intense.  Already people such as Brent Bozell of the Media Research Council are urging conservatives to withhold donations to the Party until it can be shaped up.  (Listen to Woolleys Logic Minute for November 8th) That means some changes at the top perhaps a new party chairman or party leaders at the state or national levels.  In Texas where the GOP is still firmly in charge House Speaker Joe Straus has become a political target.  More than a hundred grassroots leaders and Tea Party types have united to oppose Straus and have thrown their support behind State Representative Bryan Hughes of Mineola.  These are people like former state chairwoman Cathie Adams and a bevy of Republican county officials.  width=158The group faults Straus for supporting pro-gambling and pro-abortion legislation.   Straus is powerful and may survive as Speaker.  But it is apparent that changes are coming. Until next time Be Logical.
Join Lynn Woolley online at BeLogical.com. The Lynn Woolley Radio Show can be heard Monday-Friday from 8:00 am - 11:00 am in Lubbuck-Amarillo (KVOP 1090) Midland-Odessa (KCRS 550) Waco (KBBW 1010) & Temple-Killeen-Ft. Hood (KTEM 1400) and Navasota (KWBC 1550).
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