What Is Next for the GOP?

I have waited a couple of days post 11/6/2012 election to offer my own thoughts about the 2012 Presidential election.

First, the Republican National Committee put Mitt Romney out there and did not insist that he campaign with talk radio. He did not participate in interviews with talk radio hosts.

Second, the RNC did not focus enough on the Senate seats in Indiana, Massachusetts and Missouri. First, allowing Romney to publicly call for Missouri’s Aiken to pull his candidacy.

Third, Romney did not have adequate handlers that shoulda, woulda told him to never speak of his 47% belief in America and her people.

Clearly, the Republican Party nationally is broken. (I will have a separate post on the TN GOP later) It must be taken down and built back with tea party, minorities and all of America. Time is critical, the Time Is Now.

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2 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    And when Boehne talks about doing away with mrtgage and dependents deductions to raise revenues, you have to think: did he enjoy Tuesday?

    Do away with those deductions and the GOP will lose homeowning, middle class families.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Focus on fiscal responsibility & break toward a more libertarian slant.