Right Coast: Ignore The Tea Party At Your Peril.....: (Breitbart ) - In late 2011, long before the first caucuses and primaries of the 2012 election, I had the opportunity to speak with some...
I saw a little of C-Span's Washington Journal from Sunday morning and I saw the Michael Steele interview who. Of course is the former Chairman of the RNC, as well as Lieutenant Governor of the Free State of Maryland. As well as former Chairman of the Maryland Republican Party or MRP and is now a political analyst for MSNBC. And I'm sure he does other things, he's fifty four year old African American native Marylander, who represents exactly. What the GOP should be and where they need to go in the future, just over that fifty or over barrier, thats considered young for todays young voters. Or the post baby boom generation, as well as someone who politically represents where the GOP should be and should go. Someone who speaks and can articulate the message of fiscal and economic Conservatism but who doesn't scare. People on social issues because he doesn't believe in attempting to force his beliefs or others beliefs on the rest of the country.
Religious Conservatives and other Republicans are losing overwhelmingly to Democrats right now, on these culture war issues. A big reason why President Obama was reelected last Tuesday, because he can speak to post boomers, sorta being one himself and doesn't come off as intolerant of them. And is someone whose considered to be on the right side of the culture war to post boomers and speaks of an America. Thats open to new Americans and other Americans who weren't prevalent in America in 1950 an era that the. Tea Party seems to want to force America to go back to and Mike Steele's message yesterday was that for the GOP to go forward and even be relevant in the future. They gotta stop scaring young voters, not try to out Obama Barack Obama but speak to the Ron Paul coalition and bring in young people who should. Be Republicans, which includes a diverse coalition of young voters, that would make the GOP competitive in the future.