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    The best thing about Republican primary disarray

    The best thing about Republican primary disarray

    No one can legitimately complain that the deck was stacked, there was an anointed winner, the Tea Party movement was shut out, or the candidates have not been put through the ropes and the wringer.

    It may not end where we want it to end.

    But regardless, we will be stronger against Obama for it.

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    bob aka either orr | September 26, 2011 at 9:58 am

    What katiejane said: Maybe we need to make a better case for why all those groups should vote for a Conservative rather than trying to outpander the Left.
    Well spoken, ma’am.
    Whoever wins the GOP nomination has to run a campaign based on a fundamental optimism about America. The Donkeys will run a fearmongering campaign — of that there’s no doubt. That doesn’t mean that the GOP can’t go negative — Reagan did it beautifully in 1980. And let’s face it — the Donkeys’ record is filled with a surplus of targets. But there must be a fundamental belief that we can right this ship, and that we know how to do it.


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