GOP PLANS FOR THE FUTURE
The Republican leadership is listening. Perceptions count. It's a shame the Republican Party feels it's necessary to spend so much money to change the 'tone' of their message. The message of 'conservative principles' spoken with conviction of wanting to include all Americans is a message that many want to hear. Does it really cost $10 million to change the tone and deliver the message? Some time ago it was suggested that the hateful narratives were hurting the party. Will the $10 million change the tone? Do you have to pay people to deliver a message of inclusivity? The Democrats had feet on the ground throughout the country in all communities - listening to the concerns of the people. (I know, I know - the Democrats paid for votes by defending entitlements, etc., etc., etc.) It appears that the main effort of this document is to explain the conservative principles to all communities. This may be effective, if done without the hate rhetoric. We'll see.