The other camp, the Reformers, argue that the old G.O.P. priorities were fine for the 1970s but need to be modernized for new conditions. The reformers tend to believe that American voters will not support a party whose main idea is slashing government. The Reformers propose new policies to address inequality and middle-class economic anxiety. They tend to take global warming seriously. They tend to be intrigued by the way David Cameron has modernized the British Conservative Party.
I don't care if the majority will not support shrinking government. It's the right thing to do.
I don't take Global Warming seriously. I don't believe:
- It is happening
- It is Man's fault
- It would be bad
- There would be any way to fix it
Middle-class income anxiety? Call out demagogues like Obama for their class-envy tripe. There, anxiety fixed.
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