How Does the Republican Party Come Back?

Nicolle Wallace discusses the GOP's losses in the 2012 election.
3:00 | 11/08/12

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possible exception of paul ryan, to get mitt romney elected. George? Thanks, jon. We turn to nicolle wallace. You see some of the lashing out. For the love of god, leave chris christie alone. He's our best hope. Some people looking at the romney campaign, saying they blew it. But you argue that the problems are much deeper than that. Republicans either have to look at the map and say, we saw plenty of red, keep doing the same thing. Or they have to decide they want to win national elections. If you want to win national elections, you know, you have to change everything. You have to decide we want to and we can compete everywhere. And you should be able to compete everywhere, with a message of economic opportunity. But you can't simply pass on the debates about all of the social issues. Not only everywhere, but with everyone. I saw the conservative union say, the party's too old, too white, too male. I love chairman al. And he's absolutely right. When you simply concede women, it's most puzzling at all. We're not a minority. We're not a special interest group. We're more than half of the country. It's taken a path on the war on women and say, they don't care about that. They want economic prosperity. We want both. We want intellectually accessible and intelligent answers about social issues. And we want the economic opportunity. There's more women small business owners in this country than men. I think women, I think minorities, I think everybody wants the same thing. But republicans have got to modernize the message. And what happens at this juncture is always the same thing. We talk about a war in the republican party between the moderates and the conservatives. That's an irrelevant and outdated debate. It's about modernizing the language, making it relevant to our time. I want to quickly put up, what happened in the state of new hampshire tuesday night. The entire state, led by women. There you see it right there. The governor, both senators, both members of congress, all women in the state of new hampshire right now. Nicolle wallace, thank you very much.

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