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The most thrilling event for the delegates on opening day was the address of the part,/s most popular president, "the grand young man of the Grand Old Party," former President Ronald Reagan who reassured delegates that "America's best days are yet to come.
IN ORDER to quell the controversy over Congress vice- president Rahul Gandhi's visit to the US, the Grand Old Party on Monday released pictures of the leader attending a conference in Aspen.
But, his grand old party was routed by Narendra Modi-led BJP which secured majority on its own, crossing the halfway mark of 272, while the Congress managed to bag less than 45 seats in the polls.
But the vibes running across from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, from the Western Ghats to the Darjeeling hills have all the forebodings to not only prove Rahul wrong but make these forthcoming elections a Waterloo of sorts for India's Grand Old Party.
The mood in the grand old party is anything, but confident.
In fact, he has emerged as the worst nightmare of the grand old party that was once led by the stalwarts of the independence movement.
In addition to the declared candidates, online voters can choose from such Grand Old Party contemporary favorites as Sarah Palin, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Mike Huckabee and Allen West.
The Grand Old Party has come to town, transforming Worcester, at least for a day or two, into a temporary safe haven for those who hail from the Republican side of the political aisle.
The Gregg tribute was a cover anyway, since the event was a rather transparent pretext for shaking down the Republican presidential hopefuls by providing them with an audience before which they could speak if they bought enough tickets or otherwise contributed a respectable amount to the coffers of Grand Old Party in the state that will host the first Republican presidential primary sometime in January of next year, or possibly December of this year (do we hear November?
The Republican Party--also called the Grand Old Party, or GOP--was formed in 1854 to oppose the westward expansion of slavery.
Gordon Smith shows yet again that you can't teach a Grand Old Party new tricks [Behind the Headlines, March 18].