Posted by: Judy K. Warner | December 10, 2012

Wake Up, Republicans!

I don’t have time to write a long post right now, so I’m sending you over to PJ Media, where Daniel Sosa takes Republicans to task with a piece called Why Conservatives are Worried: There’s No One to Stop Obama. It begins:

I just about spit out my coffer listening to Art Laffer the other day.  He forecast a big GOP win in the 2014 midterms. He cited past elections as his metric. What a buffoon. How can someone with such intelligence on economics read politics and the reality on the ground so wrong? Obama was just re-elected with the worst economy since the Great Depression, a world in chaos, and debt and deficits as far as the eye can see. The fact is, Obama is different. He’s Teflon.  Nothing sticks to him.  Granted he has a corrupt press to carry his water.  But still this cat is different.  Mr. Obama isn’t interested in doing work for a living. His previous experience was as a community organizer.

I’ll have more to say about how the GOP could communicate better. Sosa’s article lays down some good guidelines and suggestions for a start.


Responses

  1. I wrote many times on the GOP fundraisers disguised as questionairres to dump the leadership. Those phony questionairres are evidently opened by the auto-system that dumps out checks and trashes the rest. They don’t care what we think. I posted my viewpoint of a good party/bad party game years ago and the GOP is proving me right.

  2. I agree. The Republican Party is too entrenched and they are part of the problem. We need new blood, new vitality, and a new strategy or the Repubs will get nowhere in 2016 and Hillary will be the next President.


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