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GOP Turns Sure Victory into Defeat

Mike596 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 1:47 PM
Overall, most of the GOP's candidates do embrace God's word. A large % of the country (maybe even a majority at this point) does not, and those people vote. It is one thing to embrace Christian principals as a candidate, but it can be fatal to one's electability in certain jurisdications and nationally to make that a centerpiece of the campaign. They won't be able to govern as Christians if they can't get elected (see Mourdock & Akin, this year's 2 poster children). Being pro-life isn't fatal to one's electibility; going on the record & saying that women who have been raped should be forced to carry the rapist's child is an INSANE position to take if you're going to have a fighting chance of winning.

Wait until next year -- 2016, that is.

That’s what disappointed Republican spinners kept saying Tuesday night as they watched Mitt Romney’s hopes crash and burn in swing state after swing state.

How many times did I hear a Republican talk about how their party’s deep bench of future all-stars will return it to power in Washington in four years?

But all the Ryans, Rubios, Bushes, Haleys and Christies in America can’t put the GOP -- or the country -- back together again.

The GOP is a wreck -- and not just in California, where the party’s registration is now...