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The Republican National Committee will consider a plan pushed by conservatives to tackle the abortion debate head on, stop shying away from their pro-life positions, and challenge the Democrats' narrative of a GOP "War on Women." CNN's Tom Foreman reports.
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President Obama & his policies have done more to illustrate the failures of big government liberalism than Republicans ever could ever dared to have hoped for & have done so in just 5 short years.
If the RNC is indeed working on a proactive strategy to answer the inevitable politically motivated War on Women attacks which occur as surely as the sun rising in the East that is encouraging. If the RNC is also developing a plan to effectively communicate what we so deeply believe as Republicans & why we believe our ideas, for men but even more so for women are built on the belief that self empowerment, NOT government empowerment should be the goal of government that would actually be a good thing, not just for the GOP but for the political process in general in this era of political animus, division & attack. If I can manage to demonize & discredit you any way that I can then no one will even listen to your ideas, right?
And, yes, I know that by trying to actually make a serious point I'm inviting an onslaught of ad hominem attacks by the thoughtless & meanspirited who seem proud of their lack of internal control when it comes to their kneejerk responses to anyone who disagrees w/them. The trvth is that they expose their own lack of seriousness.