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What surprised owatonnabill is that it took ONE WHOLE WEEK for the "jockeying for 2016" stories to start popping up. And it wouldn't be surprising if there aren't some people who aren't looking ahead as far as 2020 and even 2024. It just never ends, folks. But realistically, even the CPR applied by Bobby Jindal won't be enough to resuscitate the dead leviathan that is the Republican Party. One would hope not, anyway.
Again? Instead of the peoples business , it is self promotion, and the party? No chance for the goptp in the future with this strategy.
This is like taking applications for captain of the Titanic.
Palin/Bachmann 2016, that would be a treat.
It's way too early to anticipate. There will be so many turns along the way. What I did find interesting is Walker's statement about how they need to reach out to tell their story about how it helps people's lives. I never thought Walker was a "reaching out kind of guy". Well, unless he's reaching out for money from the Koch Brothers.
Excuse me - Walker is the one to explain the GOP policies to the people?? isn't he part of the problem of the GOP? Besides not wanting to work with WI Dems during the past 2 years, he's now opting not to set up health care exchange because of his "Tea party" connections... And this is the Change the GOP want to portray to us citizens?? If so, they have a long ways yet to go....
Not the most flattering picture.
The bodies are still warm, and they're already stepping all over them. In another year what they are saying right now will be forgotten, so why position themselves at this time?
another four years of Obama and the Gop can run whoever they want!People have to wake up sometime oh yeah I forgot his supporters don't work or just need to get up in time to get some kind of entitlement or free birth control
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