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Painting the map red : the fight to create a permanent Republican majority

Author: Hugh Hewitt
Publisher: Washington, DC : Regnery Pub. ; Lanham, MD : Distributed to the trade by National Book Network, ©2006.
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Presents a conservative guide to the 2006 election season, outlining key themes, predicting Republican victory, and criticizing liberal practices in the media and a lack of Christian representation among Democrats.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Hewitt
ISBN: 0895260026 9780895260024
OCLC Number: 64098435
Description: 229 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction : Sixty seats to win the war : the strategy for 2006 --
The values we value --
How big is this tent? : No longer the party of Lincoln (Chafee, that is) --
GOP message 1 : The Democratic left and the MSM have declared war on the military. Again. --
GOP message 2 : The Democratic left has declared war on religion --
GOP message 3 : The Democratic left and its Senators have declared war on the Judiciary --
GOP message 4 : The Democratic left wants to radically redefine marriage while portraying Republicans as bigoted --
GOP message 5 : The Democratic left is addicted to venom, and that venom is poisoning the political process --
The GOP's necessary discipline : smile when you say that, Mister --
The potential disaster of civil war within the GOP : border security --
Looking ahead 1 : Hillary/Obama and the last gasp of the Democratic party --
Looking ahead 2 : the Bush succession --
The great divide --
Conclusion : "Gentlemen, I am a party man."
Responsibility: Hugh Hewitt.
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Nationally syndicated talk show host and political strategist Hugh Hewitt delivers this insider's guide to the 2006 elections and the crucial messages GOP candidates and activists will be adopting to  Read more...

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