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May 06, 2012


Robert Lipscomb

Much has been made of the impact of the evolving American demographics on the future of the GOP base. There is another force which is probably somewhat related. I continue to argue that progressives have slowly but surely won every battle of the so-called Cultural War.

At the hazard of of an over-wrought analogy, the progressives are now like the Allies rolling toward berlin in 1945. This war is all but over. Trust me. I live in Nashville have family throughout the rural south. About the only things left are arguing the difference between gay civil unions and gay marriage and whether or not we will speak English. Even around these parts.

My question is what happens when the Cultural war is declared officially over? What of the Evangelicals who were primarily Republicans in service of the war - or more specifically their children and grandchildren?

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