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Stupid and the RNC’s Outreach Plan

CLF Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 7:57 AM
Crystal, Crystal, Crystal, perhaps we should explain something for you. You wrote, " the same people who insisted Mitt Romney be anointed the GOP 2012 presidential nominee..." Guess what Crystal, the "people" who wanted Mitt Romney as the presidential nominee were the Republican voters, otherwise he would not have been the nominee. We are not yet in a banana republic, the party members across the country actually voted their choice and Romney won the most votes. We coould discuss the less than great selection of candidates in this past cycle but please don't make it sound like there was some kind of coup or bana republic shenanigans in the selection of Romney because that just was not the case.
Rondoman Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 8:13 AM
Um, no. We were left with no one else to choose from, either the Mormon or the Marxist. I supported Herman Cain, who would have had a much better chance at beating the great impostor, but conservatives jumped ship when Axelrod brought out his bevy of female accusers to frame and defame Mr. Cain. Liberals do not abandon their choices. No one bothered to check and discover that the women were paid off to lie about Cain until he was toast.
CLF Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 12:21 PM
Rondoman, you wrote, "either the Mormon or the Marxist."

You make this sound like Mormon and Marxist are comparable. Are you serious? Are you really that much of a religious bigot to compare Moromonism to Marxism?

I would hope you really are not that ill-informed, ignorant and bigoted.
Bill110 Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 8:12 AM
It was NOT Republican voters who elected Romney in the primaries. It was Independents and Democrats. Many states, like WI, have open primaries where Democrats and Independents can vote for Republican candidates. Iowa had a caucus vote and although Romney was declared the winner, when ALL the votes were counted, he came in second.
CLF Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 8:55 AM
Hey Bill 110, while there are states that have open primaries, most do not. Therefore, while some Democrats and Independents may have crossed over in the open-primary states, that was not the case in other states.

That really is a rather silly argument and is demonstrably incorrect.
Is the Republican National Committee just “stupid” as Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) implied last week, or just hell bent on business as usual, ignoring the minority vote til’ the next century? Either way, the same people who insisted Mitt Romney be anointed the GOP 2012 presidential nominee are the same people now in charge of the party’s image makeover and recruiting voters of “color” to the party: Yes, middle aged and old white men. And all signs point to the fact that we’re heading for the same underperforming results unless we change directions fast.

Nearly three months after the election, what...