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Don't Blame Romney

sheepdogII Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 5:06 PM
IMO Three things have to happen for any Republican candidate to win a president. 1) Find a candidate with a spine who's willing to challenge the president on his record. The last three Republican candidates who lost Dole, McCain and now Romney failed miserably. They left the gloves on when they should have taken them off. 2) I hate to admit this but the liberals are right when they say were the party of white people. Latinos are or will become the largest minorty bloc in the country if they aren't already and most of them tend to have conservative values. We need to concentrate our efforts in this area to remind them that they basically have taken the black vote for granted
mburch Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 5:14 PM
right on target...as for me i have changed from being a republican for 43 years to an independent....i am tired of milk toast republicans...IF A MAN WON'T STAND FOR SOMETHING HE WILL FALL FOR ANYTHING...with so many people working for the various government ,,,federal,state,and local and so many people on some form of welfare...the republican party is a has been party...no future for it
sheepdogII Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 5:12 PM
3)Find a way to make the LSM a non-factor. We all know that the media is a tool of the Democrats. What I would do is put out an ad that shows some of the things that the media has said about minorities. The Joe Biden comment "Put you all in chains" comment comes to mind.
Unless these three conditions are met, we'll keep throwing out candidates like the above and we'll keep losing. Please feel free to share some thought on wether you agree with me or not.

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