The Soul of the Republican Party
Barry Goldwater in 1964 or Sarah Pallin in 2008. But they recognize that while this approach can elect local officials, Congressmen, Senators and Governors, it is a failing strategy when the Presidency is at stake. And so, they have had to be content with the Bushes, Romneys, Doles, McCains and of course, Ronald Reagan, all of whom also managed to attract independent and occasionally even Democratic voters.
as he knew what to do to get television ratings, sell ties,
fill casinos, and make money buying, selling and developing real estate, he now knows what to say to get Republicans to vote for him, because he understands what defines their soul. Democrats, independents and those Republicans who still use their heads to make decisions will be a different story.
Want to know his solution? Check out the full article by clicking right here. The problem with his excellent suggestion, as I see it, is that it doesn’t provide a way of earning a living for all of those who will be affected by that 90 percent of jobs he fears may disappear by 2030. Just some of them, I guess. But every bit counts, because it is inevitable that the Government will have to step in with a solution to replace the the jobs the rest of them will have lost. Morici doesn’t touch upon that.
The presidency is the top rung in the executive branch of our government. The person elected to sit in the Oval Office becomes the nation’s CEO, making appointments to and administering all of the government’s departments, agencies and bureaus, including the armed forces. He runs the country making vital decisions every day.
on the streets rallying support for their party.
Without even winning the Presidency, Hitler, a charismatic speaker who was able hypnotize large audiences with his rhetoric playing to their worst fears, became their agent of change and in 1933, on January 30, eighty-three years ago this month, President Hindenberg appointed him as Chancellor, a designation which was soon replaced with the title of Fuhrer (leader). You know the rest of the story.