Wednesday, November 09, 2005

GOP still fumbling

More proof that the Republicans can't get on the same page and project a unified message to save their lives.

The mix-up renewed the criticism often voiced by House Republicans that it can be difficult to coordinate party message with Senate Republicans.

“It’s very hard to get the Senate to partner in the message,” said Rep. Jack Kingston (Ga.), vice chairman of the Senate Republican Conference and head of the House GOP “Theme Team.” “The Senate is not a cohesive group. Even within the Senate’s [55] majority senators, you can’t get them to coordinate.”

At this rate, their prospects for 2006 look pretty dim.


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