Republican Reformation: Abortion issue big loser for the GOP
Published in The Florida Voices on 02/04/2013
The GOP has lost the popular vote in five of the six last presidential elections and will likely lose the next one, too, because of pundits like O’Reilly. He and the other anti-abortionists will go to their graves fighting Roe vs. Wade, destroying any chance for a new wave of Republican popularity.
Yet, even if Bloomberg is right, I don’t want him or any government leader to limit
|O’Reilly writing a new book: “Killing the GOP?”
by Steven Kurlander
There’s been a strong call for action and already significant movement, toward rebuilding the image of the Republican Party after Mitt Romney’s ignominious November defeat to President Obama.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus announced at the recent winter RNC meeting that the party must now “compete in every state and every region, building relationships with communities we haven’t before” and “be a party concerned about every American in every neighborhood.”
Already, GOP congressional leaders have made astute decisions not to fight a temporary increase of the debt ceiling and to support bipartisan immigration reforms. But, alas, there’s still one issue that probably will derail these GOP efforts to reconnect with the majority of American voters: Abortion.
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