Is it "Contract with America: Part II?" Or is it just another attempt to get some votes and maybe even the majority in Congress?
The likely answer: Both of them, at the same time. Americans are ticked off, and this new ploy by the Republicans is the right thing to do and the tasty way to do it. The gist: talk about all the stuff angry Americans want and promise to give it to them.
The only problem is, like usual, is that reality gets in the way. Hopefully for Republicans, the constituents won't realize that until it's too late.
Repealing health care: You need a president's signature to do that. Republicans won't deliver on that until at least January 2013.
Deep spending cuts: Then how do we fix all these pesky deficits conservatives are angry about?
Stricter border enforcement: Yet another project that's going to cost cash, and that is in opposition to cutting spending.
All of our arguments skirt the real issue here: say whatever you must to get your party into power. And for that, Republicans, we here at PP&B salute you.