With President Bush's approval rating at an all-time low, according to Reuters, do Republicans have what it takes to win in 2008? An exciting young leader of the Reagan wing of the party, Steve Laffey says the GOP has a fighting chance if it learns from the disastrous 2006 election and stays true to its grassroots.
Laffey has emerged as a leading conservative who won't sacrifice Reaganism to politics or money. He explains what's wrong with the GOP, and how to fix it, in Primary Mistakes: How the Washington Republicans Establishment Lost Everything in 2006 (and Sabotaged My Senatorial Campaign).
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