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Technocracy Timmy
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« on: March 15, 2017, 10:01:40 PM »
« edited: March 15, 2017, 10:03:36 PM by Technocratic Timmy »

I think people on here are overestimating evangelical christians.

This northern strategy doesn't mean that the GOP can't stay prolife, plenty of secularists and atheists are pro life (although the caveat for them is that they're fine with contraceptives and birth control). Christopher Hitchens, myself, and my older brother would all be examples of this. The GOP can stay pro life but evolve on birth control/contraceptives as a way of keeping evangelicals in line while also breaking through with socially moderate secularists; as this is a common position with many conservative parties in European countries.

The LGBTQIA issues will fade with time. Evangelicals care far more about abortion at this point than they do about gay marriage or transgender people. They'll never abandon the GOP while the Democratic Party is pushing for pro choice policies.
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