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The GOP takeover also stripped 11 Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) members of the influential chairmanships of House committees and subcommittees.
Karl Rove is right: A GOP without the credulous believers would be condemned to failure at the polls.
Tom McClintock, R-Thousand Oaks, pulled in 18 percent - for total 79 percent of voters for GOP candidates.
The Christian Coalition's Robertson, meanwhile, is jockeying to play a kingmaker role in the GOP race for the White House.
The original letter mentioned the solider's hope that his sons would grow to "honorable manhood"; the 1997 GOP version changed it to "children" growing to "honorable adulthood.
But opponents contend that blacks have turned off the GOP because the so called conduit has been more of a pipeline of self-interest.
Many thousands of Republican women have felt forced to vote for Democrats or just not vote over the last 10 years or more because they couldn't stomach the insistence on anti-abortion platform planks by the men who run the party,'' observed businesswoman and Central Coast GOP congressional candidate Beth Rogers last year.
Commenting on the announcement, GOP director general, Hassan Ali Al Majed said: 'The signing of the agreement is a significant milestone for us and is in keeping with the GOP's preparations to set up Bahrain's Open Ship Registry.
The ISO certification is a significant milestone for the GOP, reaffirming our commitment to total quality management," said GOP chairman Shaikh Daij bin Salman Al Khalifa.
GOP Director General Hassan Ali Almajed expressed his pleasure at getting together with the board and the staff members to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan.