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The GOP's Must Do List Before The 2016 Election

Delcy Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 8:45 AM
Mr. Lambro really did not say anything. I kept reading hoping there was a punch line but I read in vain. The real problem is that the Republican Party does not have an identifiable spokesperson. Many say or write that we need another Ronald Reagan. There was only one, there will never be another. Acknowledge that truth and proceed from there. Like Mr. Lambro, I also did not say anything. Who has an answer?
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