Mapping out the blueprint for victory
The 2012 elections are the primary focus of the Democrat party. How can they use their spin and divide tactics to make President Obama’s record appear good. Mr. Obama has put his policies for his envisioned changes in place and each one has has been an abject failure. The American people realize this.
To produce the changes that the people want will be difficult but they will be achieved. The important first step is to counter the Democrats’ bogus argument that all of the current or potential Republican candidates are weak. Make it clear, because it is true, that each of these candidates is better qualified than Mr. Obama and would do a better job in getting our economy improved and in creating private sector jobs. They would end the spending binge, develop health care reform in incremental steps, secure our borders, make us once again a country with the rule of law, strengthen our military, and make diplomacy decisions that support our allies and oppose our enemies.
Another important point, when Republican candidates debate each other or their candidate advisers put out statements, they should refrain from derogatory criticism of their opponents, as they only harm the chances of the party candidate to win the national elections. Differences in policies or priorities are fair game. People have to know what the candidates stand for. Those who lose in the primaries should give full support to the winning candidates.
The Republican party and candidates should focus on expanding the voting base by attracting every non-union worker and their families for the simple reason that Mr. Obama and the Democrats have continued their policies of waivers and exemptions for unions, and priorities for contracts for construction, infrastructure and green energy projects at both the federal and state levels. Mr. Obama’s selected Head of the NLRB wants to prohibit a private corporation, Boeing, from locating a new plant in a right to work state, South Carolina, to protect union workers. This is the government usurping power from states and private corporations in no uncertain way.
Other areas to be addressed are stopping restrictions on freedoms of choice and unfair treatment of Christians in many respects. Mr. Obama and Democrats give lip service to fairness, but they have a track record of discrimination against anyone who does not agree with them. It is time to counter the Democrat deluge of misinformation and lay the groundwork to restore our country to the land of opportunity with individual freedom of choice and where all our citizens put allegiance to our country first. Concerned members of all parties, Republican, Tea, Independent and Democrat, can unite and get it done. Marvin L. Hoovis Centerville, Massachusetts