In 2012 the Polls Weighed way too Heavily towards Romney

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    Once again, Republicans are natural born losers. They have no problem with losing, so long as they continue to get paid for it. The "pro-life" movement is how a number of "professionally" Republican make their money, so they WANT to keep losing on abortion so that they can keep raising money to "fight it". They don't want an actual solution to the problem. They don't care about winning the culture war.

    If Republicans were smart, they would be like Donald Trump and Kari Lake and approach the issue pragmatically. Most people OPPOSE late term abortion, which is what the Democrat Party apparatus supports. What people actually fear re: abortion is having the "right to choose" taken away from them. People naturally want to be free to make their own choices on how they live their life. Soooo, how can politicians alleviate this fear? Allow people the opportunity to abort for a certain period of time (say, the first trimester) and then ban abortion after that particular period of time. At least there, conservatives would be winning the culture war because the needle would then be shifted from "abortion is legal up until birth" to "abortion is legal up until the first trimester".

    Democrats haven't been winning the culture war by immediately going for the jugular. They win it inch by inch while slowly pushing the needle towards the left until one has a "holy crap" reaction regarding how far to the "right" the CENTER point used to be. Republicans, if they wish to actually win the abortion issue, need to stop going for the jugular and instead take what is already shown in polling to be a winning position among even Democrat voters, which is allowing the choice for an early part of the pregnancy and denying the choice after some set amount of time. However, going for the jugular is how they keep losing the abortion issue, which is how they keep grifting off of the abortion issue.

    IOW, they continue to get their money, and We The People continue to get bent over furniture by the extreme left Marxist agenda that continues to get shoved down our throats.
     
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    It's not about Trump. Trump actually helps any candidate that he endorses... The problem is that sometimes the candidate just plain sucks or runs a sucky campaign (and then there's the problem of election fraud).

    Masters only "lost" due to election fraud (and other related election day shenanigans), same with the whole AZ ticket that year. It was a good ticket and people liked all of them very much, but it's hard to vote when election day shenanigans with the voting machines make voting extremely difficult or otherwise impossible. I think R's have learned from it and will be more favorable towards early voting this time around (since it's now all about the number of ballots).

    Walker only lost because of election fraud and because the RINOs who run the State wanted him to lose. Again, the whole "election day only" voting thing that R's do needs to change. They need to harvest those votes as early as possible so that they actually get counted (instead of people not turning out on election day, or suffering election day shenanigans).

    Laxalt lost because he didn't run a good campaign and didn't get enough of the latino vote. Election fraud also provided an assist.

    Oz lost because he was a sucky candidate. Period.

    Bolduc was always an uphill battle. New Hampshire isn't the state that it once was...

    Tshibaka was a victim of Lisa Murkowski's "ranked choice voting" system (as was Sarah Palin), which protected her RINO ass but is now costing R's wins in other statewide races.
     
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    What a bunch of hooey.

    There has been no proven election fraud.

    Repeat that as often as you need to understand it.
     
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    That's what the mainstream media did to you and why you believe their lies.
     
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    All you have to do is offer proof, evidence, ANYTHING that shows there was widespread fraud.

    Trump filed 60 suits after the 2020 election. He won ONE

    One out of 60...and even that suit was not about fraud, it was about allowing Republican election observers in PA to be closer to the actual vote counters...despite the fact there was a pandemic.

    Trump wants you believe there was fraud. That is what he has done to you and you believe his lies

    (TBH, I don't think you believe his lies, I think it's more likely that you repeat this stuff knowing it's BS)
     
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