Painting the Map Red: The Fight to Create a Permanent Republican Majority [NOOK Book]


Painting the Map Red: The Fight to Create a Permanent Republican Majorityby Hugh Hewitt
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Painting the Map Red: The Fight to Create a Permanent Republican Majority

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Painting the Map Red: The Fight to Create a Permanent Republican Majorityby Hugh Hewitt
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781621571483
  • Publisher: Regnery Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/12/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • File size: 588 KB

Table of Contents

Introduction : sixty seats to win the war : the strategy for 2006 1
1 The values we value 11
2 How big is this tent? : no longer the party of Lincoln (Chafee, that is) 39
3 GOP message 1 : the democratic left and the MSM have declared war on the military, again 49
4 GOP message 2 : the democratic left has declared war on religion 83
5 GOP message 3 : the democractic left and its senators have declared war on the judiciary 107
6 GOP message 4 : the democratic left wants to radically redefine marriage while portraying republicans as bigoted 129
7 GOP message 5 : the democratic left is addicted to venom, and that venom is poisoning the political process 139
8 The GOP's necessary discipline: smile when you say that, mister 153
9 The potential disaster of civil war within the GOP : border security 159
10 Looking ahead 1 : Hillary/Obama and the last gasp of the democratic party 163
11 Looking ahead 2 : the Bush succession 169
12 The great divide 177
Conclusion : "gentlemen, I am a party man"
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2006

    Absoultely Unbelievable

    It is truly hard to believe that there are still people out there who want the Republicans in control of every branch of government. Apparently, after the four years of heavy Republican rule which has failed to pursue the terrorists who attacked us on 9/11, have been involved in scandal after scandal, and has presided over the worst fiscal responsibility since the Roosevelt years, Mr. Hewitt still thinks the American people should get more of this garbage. To continue to reward these corrupt officials in the elections this year would be an act of pure crime to this country. Apparently Mr. Hewitt would like to see America under a complete one party dictatorship, which is currently where we are headed.

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