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Published: Thursday, March 28 2013 3:25 p.m. MDT

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LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

May I ask - Why?

Using High-Tech to keep spewing the same rhetoric --
side-lining women, blacks, hispanics, gays, young people, and the rest of the 47% of America they don't count and aren't going to vote for you anyway isn't going help.

Every poll in America told you for months how and why you going to loose.
Stop listening to Karl Rove and FoxNews.

Try changing the MESSAGE,
before tackling the message Medium.

William Gronberg
Payson, UT

The following is from the article:

"A prominent group of Republican aides has also formed America Rising, a company that will have a companion "super" political action committee that can raise unlimited contributions without having to disclose its donors."

To follow the money will be difficult. Ideally the money should be about $20 from millions of citizens. PACs tend to get $millions$ from a few citizens and/or corporations and/or labor unions.

Fred44
Salt Lake City, Utah

LDS Liberal,

That would mean admitting you were wrong and that are growing number of Americans are rejecting your message. Winning this last presidential election should have been a slam dunk. It's always easier to look outside for solutions than inside.

Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

I guess the Deseret news didn't want to report when Chris Buttars, republican elected x3 times in Utah called legislation...

'The baby is black...it's a dark and ugly thing'...?

That's funny, since the Deseret news actually reported in it. July 5th, 2008 by Roger L. Hardy.

Makes sense.

I would be ashamed, not of the method the GOP fails to take advantage of...

but the actual message, the GOP sends.

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