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GOP chief plans major overhaul to party

Via cnn.com » Submitted On Thu, 01/24/2013 - 2:44pm by Ronald Grey

Washington (CNN) -- The chair, perhaps the most famous chair in political history, stands in the office of a large, nondescript cement building just a stone's throw away from the U.S. Capitol.

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He's a RINO democrat-in-disguise. If the RNC wasn't in on the conspiracy Michael Steele would still be chairman.

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New ideas? New plans? Why doesn't the GOP just stand on the original foundations? All they are doing is compromising. Gov. Brewer of Arizona is now going to promote Obamacare because if she doesn't, non-citizens will get free health insurance.

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All the GOP needs to do is stick to and promote the Constitution, limited government and stop trying to promote themselves as Democrat lights. They will never win by being slightly less LEFT then the Democrats are.

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2/23/2013 Will Be A Day of Resistance Written By : John Hawkins January 23, 2013

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Might I suggest to this man, That no member of the party can run for office unless they are die hard Constitutional supporters! As thee oath dictates!

1 year 9 months ago

Actually, Norman, the GOP is in disparate need, for failing to recognize the separation of the corrupt Establishment vs. the honest Tea Party, and desperate need, since Conservatives have taken their ball and gone home. Shame upon the perennial losers of the GOP!

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Certainly the RNC is in desparate need of major overhaul, and Rince Priebus seems to have some good strategies on infrastructure, organization, etc. But the key foundation has still got to be PRINCIPLES upon which the whole organization is based.

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