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Reclaiming Popular Culture

"If the GOP is so foolish to run Romney again in 2016, it would be a far greater defeat than the 1st time around. Rubio is the 'arrow' the GOP is hiding in its quiver for 2016. Aiming for the millions of Hispanics it missed this time around." From many accounts Willard Mitt Romney is eager to run again in 2016, and he brings massive data and experience to the table. He was an excellent choice, and he will be a sure thing against a non-incumbent. Especially with a stronger running mate this time around.
annfan_777 Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 6:55 AM
You're an idiot. Ryan was the only thing conservative about the ticket this year.
Andy544 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 8:42 PM
prattle on.......altho it won't make a lot of difference, unless the GOP does a 180 degree turn... and, btw, blaming the defeat on Ryan was a low blow. Conservatives by the millons stayed home this election because they didn't buy the phony 'conservative' act.

Who said being a "community organizer" doesn't prepare you for anything? The governing part may be a little dicey, but you sure know how to campaign.  And now we all know now about the Obama organization.  Obviously, GOP needs one.  

But in the run-up to 2016, we also need to find a way to extend our reach in popular culture.  That's because -- as Mark Halperin has noted -- the left is going to try make every viable GOP contender unacceptable in the eyes of the public before the 2016 season even starts off.

Obviously, if the right...