American Individualism: How a New Generation of Conservatives Can Save the Republican Party
Margaret Hoover has been a lifelong member of the Republican Party. She grew up a self-described “ditto head.” She worked in the White House for President George W. Bush. Today she is a political commentator for Fox News, where, as one of Bill O’Reilly’s Culture Warriors, she regularly champions the conservative cause. She also happens to be the great-granddaughter of the thirty-first president of the United States, Herbert Hoover. These impeccable conservative credentials underscore the gravity of her deep-seated concerns about the future of the Republican Party. Her party, she believes, has fallen dangerously out of step with the rising generation of young Americans.
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Hoover suggests cutting through all the abortion/guns/religion BS and to honestly admit the GOP is exlcusively committed to gaming the economic system for the extremly rich. After 20 years of trickle-down economics, mounting debt, a contracting job market and growing economic insecurity (i.e. indvidual freedom) it isn't really a surprise why under-35 voters have given up on the GOP and I don't think Hoover (whose great-grandfather's committment to economic austerity delivered the White House and Congress to the Democrats for nearly 40-years) will be winning any converts.
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