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Jindal: “We Don’t Start Winning Majorities … by Insulting Our Voters.”

get real4 Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 6:19 AM
Romney's comments did not "divide" the country. That is the Democrat talking point. What sheer idiocy. To state what is does not mean that you are responsible for making it so. Obama played class warfare the entire campaign and it paid off for him. For Romney to state what Obama did does mean that Romney is the divider. Republicans need to stop apologizing all the time and attacking each other so that they can appear to be more enlightened. All that does is play into the Democrat talking points that Republicans are only for the rich. We need to start defending ourselves not constantly apologizing for being a Republican.
Don't Tread On Me3 Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 6:49 AM
Yeah, this "divide" business is just Demspeak code. "Divisive" is Demspeak for "you have the gall to disagree with us & present a point of view besides ours!"

"Divisiveness" is the fault of those on the wrong side doing wrong, not those trying to correct the trend.
katepatate Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 8:07 AM
The Democrats invented diversity to divide us all into color and ethnic groups because it is easy to win when you divide and conquer. Sadly, too many people do not understand what has happened and vote for Democrats because they honestly believe it is the party that is for them when in reality it is the party that has destroyed their families and took away their desire for self-sufficiency. Until people come to that understanding, they will continue to vote for the party that continues to destroy all that is American and all our traditions that have made us what we are as a nation.

On Fox News Sunday Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal once again distanced himself from Mitt Romney’s unfortunate and divisive post-election remarks, and upbraided two Republican Senate candidates for “saying stupid things” during the 2012 election cycle:

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal continued his critique of the Republican Party and its 2012 presidential contender Mitt Romney on Sunday as he argued for the GOP to become a larger tent party.

Romney drew a firestorm of backlash from fellow Republicans when he told donors on a conference call that President Barack Obama defeated him because of so-called “gifts” that he gave to...