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RedState Gathering Theme: Vision 2020
In the seven years of the RedState Gathering, we have never had a theme. But this year is different. I think the [presidential] candidates need to be able to give us their 2020 vision knowing that is the expectation and knowing we don’t need a blame-fest or 50 point policy plan to do it...
...Republicans running in 2016 need to spend less time blaming Barack Obama and more time telling the public how the country will look in 2020. They should avoid the platitudes and instead paint the picture...
...President Obama will, by the time he leaves office, have created a nation where more than ever before the people have turned on each other, the police have turned on the public and the public on the police, the military lacks confidence, the poor have given up, the government has failed at its basic tasks, the bureaucracy has become a politicized weapon deployable against critics, and the elite have turned to managing and profiting from decline...
...The first task of any Republican Presidential candidates must be to convince the American people that they, not government, control their destiny. The candidate must, in order to do that, really believe that our best days are ahead of us and not just say it because he is running for President...
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