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The problem with this never change my mind old Republicans is, they repeat over and over again their own dogmatic visions of views and can not understand that the world is different today. The best example the Marco Island local Republican 26.... lonesome rider with no support at all. Not even from his own party.It is difficult to follow him by statements like this:".... Our Once great Country!..."Since the defeat of the November 2012, the Republican party is in a maxed soliloquy recessed: There were the messengers of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, who have not arrived at women and minorities? It was at the Embassy: Less debts, less Government and lower taxes for the rich? Too soft or not hard enough?Since Monday is a remarkable response of the RNC party Council. Then Republicans get their chance in presidential elections have brought up by maneuvered them "increasingly marginalized" and "in an ideological impasse": "We are experts in, ideologically like-minded", it says in the 100 page report. "But devastating way we have lost the ability to convince those and to welcome, that does not conform in every point with us."EXACTLY ME!!!!!! Sarah Palin, once Governor of Alaska, and after their defeat at the hand of John McCain's 2008 in the Boulevard disappeared, brought the meeting with cabaret-mature jokes against the U.S. President Obama (born not in America of course) and the "establishment in Washington" to cheer. "The last thing we need", said Palin, "is that the party in Washington is gaining more control over the selection of our candidates."
In the capital, the losers of the Republicans sit according to Palin and her tea party fans: Remote people, fat, corrupt!!!!! Palin said: That's not me!!!! Her comment of head of a factional group that fights occurring right libertarian purists as "ineligible" in primaries aimed on Karl Rove, once "W." (the loser) Bush's guru, and since November. Rove knows better than most that the Republicans only could defend the majority in the House of Representatives (in spite of losses), because so many constituencies as never before bold were tailored to their core constituencies. The choice is decided before it has begun.
This so-called "gerrymandering" has meant that candidates have to fear just competition from his own party in the code and must satisfy the base with new crazes. So, the Republicans won their majority 2010. Never by the will of the big majority of the people. No!!!!! By geographical advantages.
The best example the Marco Island local Republican 26.... Big mouth and NO support!!!!
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