It's back, it's bad, it's the Republican Party like you've never seen it before and it's ready to rumble.
Well, when I say "rumble," I mean "don't change anything and cry about being in the minority."
Check out this story about some right-wingers not being happy with Michael Steele, about the resurgence of the Republican Party and, my personal favorite, a move to rename the Democratic Party. The awesome quotation follows:
"He (Steele) also was opposing a resolution - whose final wording hadn't yet been set but was expected for a vote Wednesday - in which Republicans would rename the Democratic Party as a "Nationalist Socialist Democrat" party."
First of all, it's National Socialist. Second, these jokers need to read their history before they invoke that political party.
Steele is right to oppose the childish move. If Republicans are going to regain the majority in the near future, they must define themselves, refine their focus and get more support.
Questions they must answer: Who are the people that call themselves Republicans? Why do chose to be Republican? What are their goals for government?
Look no further than how Sen. Lindsey Graham replied to someone who called him a hypocrite at a recent Republican gathering.
"I'm a winner," Graham said.
Republicans need more of those if they ever hope to be in the majority. What's better: Having a politically pure party or having power?