No, no, no. Thank you to The Blaze for laying out the rational reasoning why this shouldn’t happen. To the fringe that is promoting this petition, stop it, just stop it. You’re making the rest of us look looney. Time to move on.
(The Blaze) Ever since President Obama’s surprising and (to many) disappointing victory in the electoral college, conservatives have been scrambling to find answers to explain the loss. Many wonder openly how they could have misread the electorate this badly, whether the country has shifted from being ideologically center-right to ideologically center-left, and if the key demographics that seem to be increasing with every election cycle can be harnessed to create a new, different conservative coalition.
These are all urgent questions, and conservatives interested in winning should be tackling them. Unfortunately, aside from being a wake-up call, losing an election can also be a grieving process, and the first stage of grief, as any psychologist will tell you, is “denial.”
Read the whole thing.
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