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The GOP start to learn from the Romney disaster. "We wanted someone who is fighting for us," accounted for Jenny Beth Martin, national coordinator of the "tea party Patriots" in the Press Club in San Francisco.
"What we got, a weak, moderate candidate was personally chosen by the Beltway elite (this is the political caste in Washington) and the country club Republican establishment." The defeat of the Presidency is clearly on their Cap."
"He has killed us in the country", says the conservative radio-talker Steve Deace about Romney.
Death rattle of the GOP establishment
"Mitt Romney's defeat was the death rattle of the party establishment," Richard Viguerie, Chairman of ConservativeHQ.com lets know. And this: "Tea party people are the party within four years take."
The election was lost, because Romney is not conservative enough, it says on the right wing. During the primaries, former Senator Rick Santorum, the Catholic favorite of Evangelicals, tirelessly in this Horn, came already and he promoted his nomination, to provide "a clear alternative to great President Barack Obama".
During the primaries, Romney had recommended the "self Deportation" illegal immigrants and announced only shortly before November 6 in individual interviews, children should fear no deportation of "Undocumented", which had reached a high school in the United States - which is very close to the plans of the President Barack Obama.
"A coalition of aging white men to failure is condemned in a nation that looks increasingly like a rainbow", warns the journalist Nicholas Kristof in the "New York Times". The largest and rapidly growing Latino minority is likely tipped the scales for Obama in New Mexico and in "Swing States" such as Nevada and possibly Florida. Also Asians chose the President Barack Obama 77 percent.
However, there are a slew of younger politicians, who could help to broaden the tent of the party has become narrow again. Marco Rubio, the young Senator from Florida with Cuban roots.
Or Bobby Jindal, charismatic governor of Louisiana, and Indian descent.The brother of the former President and ex-Governor of Florida, is suffered again called, married to a Mexican woman and when the Hispanics that Jeb Bush.
Together with Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey, and Paul Ryan, who got at least US-wide reputation as a failed "running mate" Romney, they should stand for 2016 in the wings.
And now the start of the change:
"A national group of prominent GOP donors that supports gay marriage is pouring new money into lobbying efforts to get Republican lawmakers to vote to make it legal."
GOP on the way to liberal positions. Good move.Next subject: taxes!
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