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Paul: GOP needs to become a 'bigger' party

bbundy Wrote: Jun 01, 2013 10:44 AM
Mr Paul seems to be promoting the idea that a bilingual nation is a good idea, plus he is 100% against E -verify. But what about the unemployment lines for millions of Americans? If you against any kind of Amnesty, go to this website and register. Google this: NUMBERSUSA .Once you are registered, go to the "action board"
JasonCharleston Wrote: Jun 01, 2013 10:54 AM
I don't know. Rand is very subtle and smart. I still trust him, but I don't trust how the Washingtonian consultants will spin this.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said Friday that Republicans could appeal to a broader electorate in blue states like California by connecting with voters who have shunned the party in the past and by being big enough to agree to disagree on some issues.

Paul, who is considering a presidential campaign in 2016, said the path to victory needs both principle and pragmatism, noting that the GOP is consistently losing campaigns on the West Coast, in New England and in Midwest states like Illinois. Invoking President Ronald Reagan during his speech, Paul said Republicans need to become a "bigger, more...

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