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The Republican party has seen its share of fractures, factions, and disruption of late: some in the party openly suggest ...
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The GOP wants to tweak its talking points slightly and put more minority and female Republicans on stage as spokespeople. Many in the GOP seem to believe that this will do the trick in 2014 and beyond. Are they deluded?
By focusing on tea parties that protest everything and offer nothing, Republicans aren't just on their way off the rails on a crazy train, they're about to head straight into the sun, warp factor 10.
That is why Bobby Jindal and Anh Cao are being heralded as the saviors of the Republicans. Because they see nothing fundamentally wrong with their party, only with its packaging.
The improbable victory of Joseph Cao gave Republicans something to gloat about in the wake of its November defeats. But Republicans may soon learn that they're getting more than they bargained for.
The actions of the Republican Party today don't support small government, fiscal responsibility, individual freedom, or protecting the Constitution. How would you feel if you were a Republican?
How can Republicans -- having failed so ignominiously at home and abroad over the past eight years -- recover? What can be done to save this party?
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