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In 2016, GOP Needs a Candidate Voters Believe In

fromohio Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 9:09 AM
Byron York, you are not right! You compare strategies used by Dems with the content of Romney's campaign. The appeal of Obama was forced on the people with candy, while Romney's content did not get through because of the lack of civic education that half a century of dems' policies brought upon them. The Dems sliced up the market, fed people with entitlements. Romney wanted to explain that is need to revive the American creed. What's that American creed, people asked, we cannot eat that! So they pulled the liver to fill stomachs not brains. Stomach can be filled with greens, the brain needs real fat and real sugar to survive.
wiseone Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 10:32 AM
Obama lost over 7 million votes in 4 years. This election was no endorsement or mandate for Obama's policies. It was just one more piece of confirmation that the intelligent, informed, responsible people of this country are still looking for a President who will be responsible with their money.

The idea that the GOP should start catering to the morons, slackers, fools, illiterates, and uneducated dolts that re-elected Obama is utterly insane.

If you want to know what kind of 'voters' re-elected Obama watch this video:
fromohio Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 10:38 AM
GOP needs to promote first and foremost the express need for a new education system that teaches people to become once more Americans. That may go in parallel with hammering in new economics 101.
MatthewlovesAyn Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 11:14 AM
Wiseone: I just may become a Judge Judy regular. Amazing how she can add 2 and 2 and come up with 4.
P.S. Surprised the site's regulars aren't beating on you and anti-neocon this morning.

In the wake of Mitt Romney's loss, many Republicans say the GOP must make far-reaching changes to be competitive in future elections. White voters are a smaller and smaller part of the electorate, they point out, while Latinos and other minorities are growing as a percentage of the voting public. Unless the Republican Party reinvents itself to appeal to those voters, the argument goes, the GOP can get used to being out of power.

There's something to that. The electorate is changing, and the Republican Party needs to keep up with the times. But the more fundamental answer to the...