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Reclaiming Popular Culture

Keith488 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 3:36 PM
Thats what the Right said about the last election, and look how that turned out? The GOP needs to move towards the middle if they want to win. If "conservative all the way" actually worked - why did the Right get so beat up on the election? But hey, im an independant - doesnt matter to me - both sides are to far to the extreme for my tastes.
Shoppin Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 8:43 PM
The Republicans have to ditch the right wing and the radio talkers and Faux News. Then they have a shot to win. They can win without the wingies, too--if they get 60 million votes, the wingies are only like 20 million. That's a net gain of like 40 million, and the wingies have nowhere to go.

Dump the RightWingNuts!
Keith488 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 4:18 PM
NYC - thats both sides to be honest. The fringes - both liberals and conservatives come across as arrogant, we are better, and know better than you. The left gets away with it more because the media, music, TV etc - tend to be liberals so its more mainstream.

The only difference between a liberal and a conservative is what evil they feel your too stupid to save yourself from.

Who said being a "community organizer" doesn't prepare you for anything? The governing part may be a little dicey, but you sure know how to campaign.  And now we all know now about the Obama organization.  Obviously, GOP needs one.  

But in the run-up to 2016, we also need to find a way to extend our reach in popular culture.  That's because -- as Mark Halperin has noted -- the left is going to try make every viable GOP contender unacceptable in the eyes of the public before the 2016 season even starts off.

Obviously, if the right...