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Republican Party Doesn’t Get How to Reach Young Voters

jacktaylor Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 5:11 AM
for one thing republicans have scared young people away from christianity. also, how do you expect to get votes with all the loony comments coming out of the gop? young people can see for themselves that you cannot judge people based on race, sexuality, national origin, or religion. until you guys understand that, just keep losing.
Shoppin Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 6:33 PM
They worry less about taxes and more about being controlled and having religion shoved in their lives. They support gay rights. They support the right to contraception. They can't stand the arrogant, uneducated Tea Party dunces who parade around on TV and make fools of themselves. Republicans look and act like controlling, angry, arrogant nazis who want to run your life. Youth will not vote for that. No hope there.
Seawolf Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 8:15 AM
So just throw out all societal standards and let anarchy rule...that's what the dems did. They pandered to every segment that either had an axe to gring whether real or ginned up, lowered standards especially academic ones because to many of their base couldn't hack it and we wind up where we are today..taxed to death to support an ever increasing underclass who think they are owed a living from birth. Tell the youths that WE will not tax you like you were sheep to be fleeced and will clean up the mess the dems created, but we have to be in power to DO it.

The Republican Party desperately needs to attract young people if it wants to survive. Yet, the recently released Republican National Committee’s Growth and Opportunity Project report signals that the party doesn’t understand how to reach young voters. One has to wonder if the RNC even consulted young people before putting the stamp of approval on its election “autopsy” report.

The RNC deserves props for acknowledging that the Republican Party has trouble connecting with young people, and for dedicating a section of the report to fixing this problem. The RNC hasn’t always been concerned with winning the youth vote, as evidenced by...