Sunday, February 18, 2007

Can independent voters determine the 2008 election without conservatives?

Agree to Disagree: Goldman and McSweeney debate topical issues
This week: Will social conservatives be able to block Rudy Giuliani from getting the GOP nomination on account of his NYC-friendly positions on abortion, gay rights, gun control, illegal immigration, and the like?
Patrick McSweeney:... Can a Republican be elected president in 2008 by drawing a substantially higher share of moderate and independent voters than in recent elections, while cultural conservatives sit out the election? Not likely.... (Richmond Times Dispatch)

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