Ten ideas for a new contract with America


As Republicans ride what is now a “red tsunami” toward November’s midterm elections, some are comparing this year to 1994, when the GOP regained control of Congress for the first time in 40 years. This time things are even worse in our country, but it’s a good comparison.

Pushing back against then-President Bill Clinton, the Republicans in 1994 responded with a “Contract for America” and Americans overwhelmingly signed it. But the former 3x chairman of the Texas Republican Party says that might not be the best idea this time around.

“The reason I put a note of caution is because I think people have become so skeptical of the government, it’s off the cards right now. I just think most voters have some degree of disbelief when you say, here are 10 things we’re definitely going to get done.”

Author Steve J. Maricic has proposed a -new- deal with America, which you can find at the link below.


Either way, 2022 is shaping up to be an epic year for the GOP.

“It looks like we have a tsunami off the coast,” Munisteri told KTRH, “It’s a pretty big wave right now, and it’s a big wave for a lot of reasons. President Biden is so down, and he’s having crash after crash, so I think right now that’s setting Republicans up for a really, really good year.”

The countdown has begun.


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