This is critical as this was an election that has essentially mired the United States in four more years of a socialist status quo domestically coupled with the likely absence of any attention paid to national security or foreign policy in an increasingly dangerous world.
How many times during the most recent election cycle, after Mitt Romney had won the nomination, did we witness various factions of the anti-Obama crowd disparage him as one thing or another and paint him as a flawed candidate.
While that may or may not have been true, there was no more flawed candidate then the one who ended up winning a second-term in the White House.
All of the infighting helped to bring us to where we were on Monday. Watching Barack Obama and Joe Biden lead a parade down Pennsylvania Avenue.
Barack Obama and the Democrats on the other hand have honed their brand of evil marketing down to a science.
The general public, 50% or so who receive some form of government subsidy, needs to be made to understand in a palatable way why pared back benefits or benefits delayed by a year or two are a necessity. This while at the same time the other side campaigns on keeping the status quo presents a daunting task to say the least.
Come up with a way and develop a strategy to issue the message and the party platform without the media and the Left being given the opportunity to shoot the messenger.
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