The Republican National Committee has grown a website to concede users to contention ideas for what they would like to see enclosed in a Republican Party height and to second ideas that other users have proposed.
This is a good event for C4L supporters to make their support for including autocracy issues in a 2012 GOP height known.
One of Virginia’s representatives to a National Convention, Matthew Hurtt, penned an op-ed this morning in The Daily Caller outlining what he would like to see enclosed in a platform. These are issues a autocracy transformation can simply fuse around to take a GOP height in a some-more liberty-minded direction.
I trust there are 5 pivotal issues that a Republican Party should adopt as partial of a height during a 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa:
1.) A extensive review of a Federal Reserve.
2.) An unlimited and unregulated Internet that unleashes a entrepreneurial spirit.
3.) Oppose unfixed apprehension of U.S. citizens.
4.) Get critical about spending cuts.
5.) Support usually inherent declarations of war.