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Just look at this picture of all 20,000 pages of Obamacare regulations

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According To A New CNN/ORC International Poll, “Support For The Country’s New Health Care Law Has Dropped To A Record Low.” “Support for the country’s new health care law has dropped to a record low, according to a new national poll.” (Paul Steinhauser, “CNN Poll: Health Care Law Support Drops To All Time Low,”CNN, 12/23/13) 

The Poll Also “Indicates That Most Americans Predict That The Affordable Care Act Will Actually Result In Higher Prices.” “And a CNN/ORC International survey released Monday also indicates that most Americans predict that the Affordable Care Act will actually result in higher prices for their own medical care.” (Paul Steinhauser, “CNN Poll: Health Care Law Support Drops To All Time Low,”CNN, 12/23/13) 

According To The Poll, 62% Of Individuals Oppose ObamaCare While Only 35% Support The Law, “A 5-Point Drop In Less Than A Month.”“Only 35% of those questioned in the poll say they support the health care law, a 5-point drop in less than a month. Sixty-two percent say they oppose the law, up four points from November.” (Paul Steinhauser, “CNN Poll: Health Care Law Support Drops To All Time Low,”CNN, 12/23/13)

CNN Polling Director Keating Holland: “Opposition To ObamaCare Rose Six Points Among Women, From 54% In November To 60% Now.” “‘Opposition to Obamacare rose six points among women, from 54% in November to 60% now, while opinion of the new law remained virtually unchanged among men,’ CNN Polling Director Keating Holland said. ‘That’s bad news for an administration that is reaching out to moms across the country in an effort to make Obamacare a success.’” (Paul Steinhauser, “CNN Poll: Health Care Law Support Drops To All Time Low,”CNN, 12/23/13)

“42% Say They Will Be Personally Worse Off Under ObamaCare, With 16% Saying The Law Will Help Them.” “The survey also indicates that 42% say they will be personally worse off under Obamacare, with 16% saying the law will help them, and four in 10 saying it will have no effect on them.” (Paul Steinhauser, “CNN Poll: Health Care Law Support Drops To All Time Low,”CNN, 12/23/13)

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Down the Rabbit Hole at the RNC

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In addition to their regular blogging, Tumblr convention correspondents are each writing a feature about the experience. Here’s Meg Lanker-Simons on attending the Republican National Convention last week.

Monday: Arriving in Wonderland

After cramming every passenger possible on board United Flight 741, departing Denver International Airport, the bored-looking flight crew began playing the instructional safety video. I settled in, hoping for an inflight nap. At the gate, I had quickly realized my plane might be carrying every single Republican National Convention attendee from the Rocky Mountain region, right down to the five elderly ladies in sequined, satin track suits in the requisite red, white, and blue. One of the women had even plastered on bright blue eye shadow and cherry red lipstick at the gate. “Because I’m American,” she explained to no one in particular.

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CBS: Democrats Joining Republicans In Criticizing ObamaCare

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Mitch and his wife are still waiting for you, Mr. President!

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Mitch and his wife are still waiting for you, Mr. President!

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White House Dodges Question On Baucus’ ObamaCare “Train Wreck” Comment

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If it can’t win the 2016 contest, and unless it has bolstered its congressional presence beyond the benefits of gerrymandered redistricting—which is to say not only retaking the Senate but polling more votes than the opposition nationally—the party will die. It will die not for reasons of “branding” or marketing or electoral cosmetics but because the party is at odds with the inevitable American trajectory in the direction of liberty, and with its own nature; paradoxically the party of Abraham Lincoln, which once saved the Union and which gives such passionate lip service to constitutionality, has come to embody the values of the Confederacy in its hostility to constitutional federalism and the civil bonds that the founding document codifies. The Republican Party will vanish not because of what its says but because of what it believes, not because of how it presents itself but because of who it is when it thinks no one is looking.

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Later that evening at a hotel bar, Anderson pored over her notes. She seemed morbidly entranced, like a homicide detective gazing into a pool of freshly spilled blood…“There is a brand,” the 28-year-old pollster concluded of her party with clinical finality. “And it’s that we’re not in the 21st century.”

From Robert Draper’s long (and well worth it) piece in this weekend’s New York Times Magazine entitled “Can the Republicans be Saved From Obsolescence?” The piece covers the many areas where the G.O.P. needs to do serious rethinking, including messaging, technology, party organization and more. It was intimidating to moderate focus groups with a journalist behind the glass, but I’m proud to have been a part of the story and hope it inspires more people to commit to the hard work of rebuilding the party so we can compete - and win! - in future elections. (via kristensoltisanderson)

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The New York Times:

The sermon, delivered day after day to fellow conservatives in the form of a 61-point presentation, is a pitiless we-told-you-so elucidation of the ways in which Democrats have overwhelmed Republicans with their technological superiority.
From: Can the Republicans Be Saved From Obsolescence?

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The New York Times:

The sermon, delivered day after day to fellow conservatives in the form of a 61-point presentation, is a pitiless we-told-you-so elucidation of the ways in which Democrats have overwhelmed Republicans with their technological superiority.

From: Can the Republicans Be Saved From Obsolescence?

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Big reason Republicans lost in the 2012 election: failure to use political keywords effectively.

Left: Barack Obama’s SOTU word cloud; Right: Marco Rubio’s rebuttal word cloud. (Source/Government Executive)

Word clouds I made (and discarded) of respective acceptance speeches by Obama and Romney from the 2012 nominating conventions revealed similar results.

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