The "get tough" GOP championed their morality stance about opposition to a woman's right to OB/GYN procedures. And the Democrats got the majority of the female vote.
The "get tough" GOP championed their extremist Senate candidates; and to the surprise of many, failed to take control of the U.S. Senate.
The "get tough" GOP leadership boasted his obstructionist ambition:
At long last the GOP, as indicated by the recent CPAC, seems to have an inkling change is needed.
Does the change the GOP has to make to regain some political relevance have to include a "refudiation" of the administration of the younger President Bush?
Does the GOP have to admit that the U.S. military invasion of and occupation of Iraq was wrong; before it can start winning significant political elections again?