GOP Beating The Tom-Tom For Tribalism

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The Republican National Committee’s makeover manifesto reminds me of the questions posed to butcher Jodi Arias by her jurors: wordy and worthless.

The “The full 100-page Growth and Opportunity Project report from the RNC” has 219 prescriptions, many of these beating the tom-tom for party directed tribalism.

From the Table of contents:

Growth & Opportunity Project

Table of contents
1

Introduction

2

Messaging
1. Some People Say, “Republicans Don’t Care”
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2. America Looks Different
3. The Way Forward

11

23

Demographic Partners
1. Growth and Opportunity Inclusion Council
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2. Hispanics
3. Asian and Pacific Islander Americans
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4. African Americans
5. Women
6. Youth

TECHNOLOGY AND DATA

ASIAN AMERICANS

WOMEN

VOTE BY MAIL/EARLY VOTING/ABSENTEE VOTING

AFRICAN AMERICANS

YOUNG VOTERS

HISPANICS

VETERANS

[SNIP]

Blah, blah, blah.
More of this banality here.

In case you wondered, jurors asked Miss Jodi some 200 voyeuristic questions. Shades of the deliberations in the Casey Anthony case. The clever quorum on Casey’s case decided that, “If it wasn’t uploaded on YouTube you must acquit.”


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