TRENDING: Former RNC chair points to ...

TRENDING: Former RNC chair points to 'highly stupid' election year mistakes

There are 1 comment on the CNN story from Nov 15, 2012, titled TRENDING: Former RNC chair points to 'highly stupid' election year mistakes. In it, CNN reports that:

It's the season of election post-mortems, and one former Republican National Committee chairman offered his perhaps blunt thoughts about why his party "got outplayed and outflanked" in 2012.

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imaginaryfriend

Sterling Heights, MI

#1 Nov 15, 2012
Keep on talking Mitty RoMoney, Mitchy McConnell, John the Orangeboy Boner, Johnnie McCain, et al. Keep turning the majority of Americans against you and your Pro-Billionaire messages. We heard you, we still hear you. We wish for a swift and speedy demise of your out-dated Anti-American Citizen Greedy Old Plutocrat party. We deserve better, so die out! We welcome new ideas from the Democratic Socialists and/or the Green Party. The GOP is dead. So be it!

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