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Old 02-26-2014, 11:33 AM   #58
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Originally Posted by chiefzilla1501 View Post
The GOP has a brand problem. And until they fix it, nobody's going to win. A GOP candidate can shout all day along about a moderate position on women's rights, then have that all disappear by one idiot at the GOP convention who says something stupid.
Saw a news report last week that Rand has already said the GOP needs to adopt some libertarian ideas to survive. And he's not a libertarian either. In his own words.

I think there would be less contention on social issues if we followed the Constitution and had candidates say they are state issues--not federal. These things just get magnified at a national level because different regions, and areas have different values. It doesn't work. I wish a presidential candidate would say it has little to do with the powers of the presidency.
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