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December 01, 1995 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-01

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The only Republican presi-
dential contenders with a chance
in 1996 are those who already
have the support of this potent
coalition, like Texas Sen. Phil
Gramm — or those IA ho are will-
ing to change almost any position
to curry favor with these groups,
like Sen. Bob Dole, R-Kans., the
faltering front-runner.
Sen. Specter ran a campaign
aimed directly at the Christian
Coalition, repeatedly baiting the
group's founder, the Rev. Pat
Robertson, and its executive di-
rector, Ralph Reed.
This wonderful political the-
ater failed to produce the
groundswell against the new Re-
publican conservative coalition
Sen. Specter had hoped for.
The Christian right's political
ability to build a working coali-
tion with business-oriented con-
Harsh New Conservatism
servative extremists also helped
At a time when more Jews seal the fate of California Gov.
might be inclined to accept tra- Pete Wilson after an embarrass-
ditional Republican fiscal ideolo- ingly brief campaign and was
gy, the party is swerving toward part of the equation that con-
a harsh new brand of conser- vinced retired Gen. Colin Powell
vatism.
not to run as a Republican mod-
That ideology uses Barry Gold- erate.
water's traditional conservatism
as the vehicle for other agendas A Stubborn Loyalty
Therein lies a problem for Jew-
that many Jews regard as any-
ish voters.
thing but "conservative."
It is one of the great political
So cutting the deficit, a goal
many Jews can enthusias-
tically support, is used by
some as an excuse to pun-
ish welfare recipients; curb-
ing lobbying abuse is used
to turn the screws on groups
representing the special in-
terests of the elderly. And
paring back government is
the justification for tax
breaks for the rich, which
will force even bigger cuts
in programs serving the
middle class and the poor.
That shift in focus has
been spurred by the rise of
Christian right groups that
often seem bent on moral
vengeance, not just political
change.
Organizations like the
Christian Coalition have
worked with remarkable
skill to reshape the Repub-
lican party at the local and Arlen Specter.
state levels, and to change Faulty calculation.
nominating procedures in
ways that favor their own candi- anomalies that Jews alone
dates — classic grassroots polit- among middle-class whites con-
tinue to vote for liberal Democ-
ical activism.
They, in turn, have made com- rats.
Part of that stubborn loyalty is
mon cause with yet another kind
of conservative — those whose a genuine commitment to the
ideology, in the tradition of Calvin core values of compassionate lib-
Coolidge, consists of a single eralism and a belief that only a
tenet: giving full rein to business, strong and active government
can protect minorities.
regardless of the social cost.

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en. Arlen Specter's decision
to suspend his campaign
for the 1996 GOP presi-
dential nomination was of-
ficially about money. Like several
fellow long shot contenders, Mr.
Specter found it nearly impossi-
ble to raise the mega-dollars re-
quired to mount a successful
primary campaign.
But a faulty political calcula-
tion by the former prosecutor is
at the root of his withdrawal. Sen.
Specter was betting that the GOP
was home to many fiscal conser-
vatives who were also social lib-
ertarians — a "silent majority"
that would rise up and cast off the
Christian Coalition activists and
radical right idealogues who
seem to control the party.
His failed campaign suggests
Sen. Specter was wrong.

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