The GOP is always going to be a minority party, so the only way it can win in the long run is when it’s inclusive, not exclusive.
The GOP has to come out of this Obamacare/government shutdown debacle showing itself to be more inclusive, instead of being exclusive and pushing people out, which they can no longer afford to do.
At this point the president is not leading. But neither are the Republicans. They’re fighting, but they’re not leading.
It doesn’t matter that the Republicans’ failed attempt to stop or delay Obamacare was a “good fight” for conservative principles and the long-term good of the American people.
The drawn-out, poorly thought-out fight was doomed from the start and only weakened the GOP brand further.
To genuine conservatives, the GOP has become a party of spineless losers whose core beliefs about the size, scope and legitimate activities of government are virtually interchangeable with Democrats.
Yes, Republicans need another great leader to resurrect the party of Ronald Reagan. But they also need another Michael Deaver.Otherwise, we may see the disintegration of the GOP as an important political force in the running of a government that gets bigger and nastier every day.
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