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Topic - L. Brent Bozell Iii
The head of a conservative advocacy group is calling on House Majority Leader Eric Cantor to turn down an invitation to attend a conference being hosted by a moderate Republican organization, warning that by going, Mr. Cantor could hurt his standing with the GOP's grassroots leaders.
A bristling group of 25 traditional conservatives are out to protect one of their own in a new push against the "establishment Republicans" of Karl Rove's American Crossroads.
And now for a reality check: "Muslim and Western publics continue to largely agree that relations between them are poor and disagree about who is at fault — Muslims largely blame Westerners, while those in the West generally blame Muslims."
"Aligning yourself with extreme opponents of the Republican Party would be an astonishing turn of events — with consequences," Mr. Bozell said. "Mr. Leader: Don't aid and abet sworn opponents of conservatives. If you do, it will cause irreparable damage."
"If your position is that grassroots conservatives and Tea Party supporters no longer belong in the Republican Party then it will permanently destroy any credibility you have left with conservatives," Mr. Bozell said. "Without conservatives, the GOP will also collapse."