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Two Cheers For Rebranding

carole28 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 11:39 AM
gtanv, I agree. There were quite a few conservatives who didn't vote because Romney isn't a real conservative. I am so sick of the weak candidates who are put forth by the Repubs. Then, once the candidate is chosen, the Repubs back off on making cogent, articulate positions which conservatives can believe and support. Even if we still had lost, I would have felt much better if I had believed that we had really given it our best shot. Then I could have believed it was the low info voters and Fluke type idiots who were responsible instead of our weak candidate. Repubs are afraid to fight and now target their own members and the Tea Party instead of welcoming conservatives and sticking to responsible positions. Rebranding may be a good

Ever since Mitt Romney lost the presidential election, there's been a lot of talk about how the Republican Party needs to "rebrand" itself.

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal wants, among other things, for the GOP to stop being "the stupid party." Rep. Paul Ryan has concluded that the watchword for the Republican Party needs to be "prudence." Sen. Marco Rubio is the front man for the most tangible aspect of the rebranding effort: getting on the right side of the immigration issue. In the process, he's become something of the de facto point person for the party.

The latest entrant into this...