how long until the Neocon influence on the Republican party dies out?

Younger kids are either democrat or libertarian/ Ron Paul supporters. They are all internet users. The internet is dominated by Ron Paul, and there is really no debate on that. The younger generation will be older very soon, so it is going to be only a matter of time now. Does 2020 sound fair? Earlier maybe?

Update:

I know Brown. But Palin will die out as well I think. Most Ron Paul supporters do not like Palin or think she represents us.

Update 2:

Dr- Of course I know. neocons are the scum of the world. They destroyed any remnants of financial restraint in the republican party, and are militant both at home and abroad.

Update 3:

Palin supported Rick Perry instead of Medina, and is supporting John McCain. She doesn't stand by principle.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Good question. Problem is both political parties are corrupted by big corporate money and playing the big govt/big brother/endless war game. Because of the dangerous threat of revolution posed by the tea party movement it must and will be ruthlessly attacked by both Republicans and Democrats. We must see thru this shell game before we can bring real change to the political system. Ron Paul & his supporters most definitely represent that change because they do not fall into the neocon trap set by the right side of the establishment.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It's slowly dying out. I'd give it until after the elections. Watch for the republicans to distance themselves from the neocon mindset and play the 'a bit left of center' game Bob Dole tried to play in 96' If the Republicans put another NeoCon on the 2010 ballot they'll effectively be committing suicide for another 6 years at the very least.

  • TJTB
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    1 decade ago

    The fact that one of the only republican wins has been a fiscal conservative (Brown) who avoids Palin like the plague, should be a sign that the GOP needs to break free of the rabid right pseudo-conservative neocons and take back the party if it wants back in the game.

  • 1 decade ago

    the republican party wouldn't be around if it weren't for the neocons and i'm sure they are breeding a new generation in their think tanks or wherever they do such things. even ron paul would tell you that internet popularity doesn't necessarily translate into reality since it's dominated by vocal minorities, and the apathetic majority that really matters doesn't say much except on facebook.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Palin doesn't represent the true tea partiers; unfortunately a lot of mislead repubicans have flooded our movement and are attempting to hijack it. When the time comes, my vote will be for Ron Paul.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    do you even know what a neo-con is? Its obvious you dont because Ron Paul was against the war in Iraq and a Neo-Con is pro military and engagement. Perhaps you would do better to educate yourself instead of regurgitating ignorant statements

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The Neocons have slipped back in the back door and taken over the Tea Party.

    Who do you think Palin works for.

  • 1 decade ago

    it's ah-headin that way... it's ah-headin that way. i'm still unsure on palin. sometimes her charisma catches me... it's definitely something we need

    ...but a republican version of obama? definitely something we don't need.

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    i'm not joking - there is seriously some kind of weird magnetism about that chick. it's unsettling, yet endearing. i can't say that i *wouldn't* vote for her, should she get the nomination.

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    i wish i had some definitive timetable (but you know how we neo-cons hate the timetables) - but i think it's proportional to the amount of collectivism shoved down our throats... hopefully enough to wake us up for air.

    ...pray it's all reversible - otherwise we'll peacefully pass in our sleep, choking on our own vomit

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I like Ron Paul. I would vote for him.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Wishful thinking.

    The military-industrial complex is a monster that will not be easily slayed.

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