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In 2016, GOP Needs a Candidate Voters Believe In

TheHeretic Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 7:21 PM
So Republicans need "a candidate voters believe in" in order to win? And where are we going to find such a candidate? Romney wasn't a perfect candidate, but he was better than McCain. Or "W". Or George H. W. Bush. So what makes you think we can find someone better than Romney? On the other hand, nobody in their right mind could ever vote for Obama. Or Kerry. Or Gore. Or Clinton. Evidently anyone can win most of the popular vote if he has a "D" after his name. This Country is finished.
Righty3 Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 8:14 PM
Thank you. My sentiment exactly.

Gone are the center-right days of the past, when the people wanted to believe in a story of hard work, prosperity and strong values. Today, we are a country where the angry underclass wants what you have, and charlatans like Obama are all too happy to give it to them.

It's fight or flight for the rest of us, unless we are willing to let the tyranny of this new underclass enslave us.

In the wake of Mitt Romney's loss, many Republicans say the GOP must make far-reaching changes to be competitive in future elections. White voters are a smaller and smaller part of the electorate, they point out, while Latinos and other minorities are growing as a percentage of the voting public. Unless the Republican Party reinvents itself to appeal to those voters, the argument goes, the GOP can get used to being out of power.

There's something to that. The electorate is changing, and the Republican Party needs to keep up with the times. But the more fundamental answer to the...