Broder Sounds the Alarm for the GOP in the South

… And gives McCain a lot of credit for picking up on early warnings.  Broder writes, “McCain for one seems to have grasped that warning. Over the past week, as he toured the South from Selma to Little Rock, he clearly was signaling a shift from the traditional GOP way of courting Dixie voters.”

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One response to “Broder Sounds the Alarm for the GOP in the South

  1. goodtimepolitics

    Yes mcCain is trying his best to work with everyone. I just don’t agree with him on the Obama/wright as here in North Carolina, I think it should stay up and running full time!

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