Keeping the conservative faith 
following a difficult election loss

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It seems like just a week ago—I guess because it was—that you were predicting a great Romney win.  Maybe, just maybe, life in the conservative bubble does not provide you an accurate picture of reality?  That enough people in Colorado—women, Latinos, young people in particular—preferred President Obama to Mr. Romney?  That these folks, Americans all, get a chance to participate in this great exercise we call democracy as well?  And those that win must also take into account their positions and opinions, rather than simply dismissing them all as people that ‘want stuff.’ 

My parents taught me that I should be responsible for my own actions, that seeking to blame others for my own shortcomings is a serious flaw in character I would do best to avoid.  Maybe, just maybe, Coloradans do not favor the right-wing policies you support?



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