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GOP Solution: Stick to Values, Pick Better Candidates

surfcitybob Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 5:40 PM
I too expected "anyone not Obama" to win by a landslide. However, as far as I'm concerned, I was so angry that the Republican Party chose a guy that I didn't like and could never vote for as their choice. Now I am really ticked at what once use to be my party and now I can't identify with it. I now see only one party and its subsidiary the Republicrat Party. For now I will stay in the "Decline To State" party.
Tinsldr2 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 5:55 PM
No you admit to being an Obama supporter. You wrote " I was so angry that the Republican Party chose a guy that I didn't like and could never vote for as their choice."

If you did not vote for Romney then you are an Obama Supporter plain and simple. Deny it all you want but YOU helped elect him.

The only guy who agrees with me almost 100% of the time is me (even then it is not 100%). If you are a conservative Romney will agree with you at least 80% of the time and will support the Conservatives in Congress.

Obama will agree with Conservatives maybe 5% or less. Yet you chose to not help get rid of Obama? And you expect us to believe you are a conservative?

Sorry lib, we dont buy it!

These are days of hindsight and second-guessing for Republicans, which is human nature after a trauma like this election loss.

There are million “why” theories out there, from the Hurricane Sandy effect to pernicious media bias. Wringing our hands over those factors gets us nowhere.

We can’t stop hurricanes, and media bias is always there. Reagan and Bush 43 won twice against waves of poisonous bias, so that is not an insurmountable obstacle.

What Republicans need is a slate of candidates that can energize the base while expanding the appeal of a conservative message.

Easy...

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