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How Romney and Our Republic Can Win (Part 2)

NickJohnson Wrote: May 08, 2012 4:08 PM
1) There are plenty of talking points about Ron Paul. It's too bad the media spends their time on who ate dog or mistreats their. I guess that is more interesting than the substantial points of Ron Paul's campaign. 2) Don't you think it's nice to see energy and excitement from people who love not only the man but more importantly his historically inspired ideas? A Romney supporter can't say their candidate is a defender of the Constitution. I was telling a fellow Ron Paul supporter this morning, "It is great to be moved by something in this country again. This must be a little what the founding fathers felt like on the eve of their revolution in the 18th century." So a cheer from Indiana.... Go Ron Paul!!

Last week, I showed how the Republican Party likely would lose the presidential election in November if it were to use conventional campaign tactics. However, I also explained an unconventional strategy that could usher in victory for the GOP and our republic -- a tactic used by President Abraham Lincoln.

This week, I want to elaborate more on Lincoln's concept of a team of rivals -- and who could be a part of it -- and also share with you the inspiring dream my wife, Gena, had that we both hope comes true.

For those who missed Part...