Monday, January 28, 2013
A 12-Step Program for the Republican Party By Tim Alberta and Jim O’Sullivan
Some addicts are confronted through an intervention. Others run to Oprah. In the case of a political party that appears to have lost the capacity to win national elections, redemption starts with establishing something called the Growth and Opportunity Project, a five-member group tasked with identifying the party’s foremost problems and solutions for moving forward. Consider it the Washington version of a cry for help.
The GOP has finally admitted it has a problem winning over voters. Here’s how to get the party back on track.

A 12-Step Program for the Republican Party
By Tim Alberta and Jim O’Sullivan

Some addicts are confronted through an intervention. Others run to Oprah. In the case of a political party that appears to have lost the capacity to win national elections, redemption starts with establishing something called the Growth and Opportunity Project, a five-member group tasked with identifying the party’s foremost problems and solutions for moving forward. Consider it the Washington version of a cry for help.

The GOP has finally admitted it has a problem winning over voters. Here’s how to get the party back on track.

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