How to make America great again
I’ve been looking for a way to make my home state great again, and one that would be in keeping with the values of a Republican Party that wants to do good for all.
So far, I’ve come up empty-handed.
That’s partly because I’m too busy, I guess, but mostly because I’ve seen so many of my fellow Republicans fail in the process.
I can’t imagine a scenario in which Republicans would be better than Democrats on a number of important issues, and there are plenty of reasons to be skeptical of the party’s approach.
But a few years ago, when it came to domestic issues, the Republican Party could take the lead on many of them.
Now that we’ve been swept away by President Trump and the GOP’s new brand of extremism, the party can’t afford to turn its back on the issues that have made it so popular over the past two decades.
The GOP has no chance to regain the ground it lost when President Trump was elected.
The party needs to turn to a different strategy.
The way the GOP has been operating for the past three decades is to ignore the problems facing Americans and focus instead on a vision of America that has been lost.
For many years, this strategy was a good one, and it worked well for a time.
When Republicans took the White House, many of the country’s problems were largely ignored.
But as the economy tanked, the GOP abandoned its previous focus on jobs and economic growth and instead focused on appealing to the fears of people who were left behind.
For a time, Republicans were a reliable vote against President Obama’s domestic policies, but then the party turned its back.
It embraced the anti-immigrant and anti-trade positions of the Tea Party.
It gave money to Republican candidates who promised to restore our borders, but it also supported Republican candidates in races for the House and Senate who supported more of the same.
But since the election of President Trump, the American public has gotten tired of this stale approach.
In the last few months, the Republicans have lost their ability to make any headway in governing in Washington.
Republicans have been unable to muster the support to pass major legislation.
They have no real plan to restore their once-dominant economic position.
And the GOP now has a president whose popularity has plummeted.
Even when the country was booming and jobs were plentiful, Republicans failed to embrace the concerns of the working class.
They’ve never really addressed the concerns about climate change and global warming.
They failed to address the fears about mass immigration.
And they have no coherent strategy for how to deal with the opioid epidemic.
The Republican Party has long been the party of big government, and now the economy is slowing down.
The number of Americans who say they want a government job has fallen to the lowest level in nearly a decade.
Millions of Americans have stopped working because they are struggling to make ends meet.
The economy is shrinking at a faster rate than at any time since the 1970s.
And as the federal deficit has ballooned, Republicans have continued to complain about the deficit and the deficit-reduction plan, which would have been much easier to pass if Democrats had been willing to support them.
And so on and so forth.
Even if the party had succeeded in getting its agenda passed, the country would have had no choice but to accept a lot of the policies that the Republicans rejected.
The Republicans have abandoned the promise of “big government.”
Instead, they have moved to the right on everything from immigration to climate change to social issues.
They’re more willing to tolerate the economic policies that helped to make their country great in the first place.
They want to cut taxes and increase government spending in the name of “solving” problems.
They reject a tax code that favors the wealthy and big corporations, and they want to raise taxes on the middle class, and on women, gays and minorities.
And then there are the policies they oppose.
As the country has struggled through economic chaos, they’ve abandoned the goal of a stable, prosperous, and secure nation.
They believe that a strong, strong country, with a strong middle class and a stable economy, is not something that should depend on the whims of a tiny elite.
And this approach is not just a Republican problem, but a problem of the Republican party as a whole.
It is a political problem that threatens the future of the United States.
If we can’t do what we promised to do as a party when we took office, we’re not going to have the kind of opportunity to do it again.
So what should the GOP do to fix this?
It’s hard to say, but here are some suggestions.
Republicans should go back to the drawing board.
The country needs to stop arguing about the past.
We have to get back to a more positive vision of our country.
We need to make a real effort to restore the economy, and the president should be the one to do that.
And that means changing the way we think about issues that matter to ordinary Americans,