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Questions for RNC Chairman Reince Priebus

Seawolf Wrote: Mar 30, 2013 5:01 PM
You'd have to give them more of OUR money, they sure as hell won't come over on philosophy..if they wanted jobs they would have voted for Romney. Cut welfare and make these slackers go to work, maybe in 50 years they'll appreciate the work ethic because that's how lomg we've been supporting their ignorance and sloth.
kmassey Wrote: Apr 01, 2013 11:57 AM
Though many have conservative beliefs you insult them by lumping them as 47%. The evidence to that is just reading many of the comments on this site.
Mark1369 Wrote: Apr 01, 2013 1:13 AM
Many in those groups have conservative Christian beliefs so it is possible to bring them into voting for the party. Unfortunately since Reagan we haven't had a candidate that could articulate his ideas in a way that showed these voters how his policies would benefit them. Reagan was excellent about explaining how his policies would benefit the average working person and that is why he gained so many blue collar democrats that became Reagen Democrats.

It’s been described as an autopsy, and given much of what’s in it, truer words were never spoken.

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus’ report on how to allegedly improve the GOP, as well as his ensuing comment in the media regarding it, just provokes more questions than provide answers. Questions like:

· Why is there no mention of our agenda in your report? Most people become or vote Republicans based on issues. So shouldn’t the party be defined by issues? Is there a more important conversation about the potential success of the party than our principles?

· How come you...