Karl Rove: How The GOP Should Make A Comeback
Karl Rove would not have written this article , outlining how the GOP could make a come back if John Mccain had won.
He only makes two good points:
Second, while it’s the responsibility of all, someone must take the lead on training candidates and party leaders and nurturing their focus on ideas. Under its founder, Newt Gingrich, GOPAC once did this. It needs to be revitalized or its original mission taken up by a fresh group.
Sixth, new media require attention. Younger voters are increasingly getting their information from the Web — twice as many 18-24 year olds get their news online than from newspapers. Political Web 1.0 was about faster and easier communications and Republicans had the advantage. Political Web 2.0 is about networking and Democrats grabbed the lead. The party that figures out where Web 3.0 goes will grab the decisive high ground in high-tech warfare.
Karl, you’d see that sites like United Liberty and Campaign for Liberty are one step ahead of you, if you would but open your eyes.