by Michael Dorstewitz
Assuming the Republican Party is serious about its mission — to grow its base and elect its candidates — it could begin by emulating the National Rifle Association, a group that has been practically invincible, even in the face of tragedies like the Newtown massacre.
Here’s what I mean.
Polish the party image:
The left’s traditional perception of the GOP is similar to its stereotypical NRA member. It sees a Republican as a stodgy, cigar-chomping white fat-cat, while it perceives an NRA member as an overweight, tobacco-chewing redneck.
Both characterizations are patently false, but while the NRA takes elaborate measures to polish its image, the GOP falls far short.
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