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  1. Arbel says:

    Lynn,I’m not entirely sure that the paftlorm would lose a large part of the base, and I’m certainly not looking to replace anyone. The suggested paftlorm would, ideally, appeal to a wider range of folks. It does not state that the Republican Party is no longer the party for social conservatives, but rather that the GOP will fight to protect the traditional values that social conservatives prefer at the statewide level. Indeed, I argue that it would bring more young voters to the party.And LibertyNow/Ulpianus,You may be right I don’t argue that we necessarily lost because of our brand. However, from a marketing perspective, when your brand is failing, it is very difficult to win elections, just like when a company’s brand is failing, it is difficult to generate profit. I am by no means arguing that repositioning the Republican brand is the only solution we need, but it must be part of the puzzle.

  2. Koma says:

    We need strong eaedlrs who do what they say they will do which is uphold the GOP platform. Making it vague, as you have done, is not the answer. We need eaedlrs who have the courage of their convictions and the ability to express them. That’s why Sarah Palin was so popular. It’s why Bobby Jindal will be popular even though he lacks her charm. Principles, eaedlrship, communication. Technology comes somewhere far down the line. Those pushing web technology as the answer to all our problems are wrong. Those are simply methods of delivery. First we must have something to deliver.Why would we lose social conservatives? Because their issues must be enumerated and promised. Personal Choice? What do you think that means so a socon? It means abortion and gay marriage. They are not looking for a party of personal choice. The Democrats already have that one sewn up.Ulpianus asked who else they would vote for which shows lack of understanding of social conservatives. A few might vote Constitution Party but most would simply stay home. You cannot coerce religious voters. They will simply leave you high and dry if you fail to address their issues.There is nothing wrong with conservative principles. The problem is the failure to live them, lead them and communicate them.

  3. Guadalupe says:

    , the younger grneeation who dominate the social media world, are largely democratic. By having a strong presence on Twitter, Republican officials position themselves to this younger audience as a much more accessible and personable group. I’m not sure it will be entirely enough to sway the feelings of a grneeation, but it won’t hurt. It will be interesting to see how this plays out for future elections.Thanks for this post, it was really informative!

  4. Walas says:

    Obama isn’t afraid of Limbaugh, you idiot. I mean, if you want to go all Rush on the bit and be itoids, that’s fine. In that case, Obama will roll you. His statement was about getting things done which, I know, you guys don’t care about.Oh, and just for the record, NOBODY’S TALKING ABOUT BRINGING THE FAIRNESS DOCTRINE BACK, except Republicans.

  5. Terry Thompson says:

    Rick, you are not mature enough to be President. You have just turned into a name caller. Tell what your going to do. To suggest Obama would be better than Romney was stupid. Your just turning into a loser.

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