I got this survey from the RNC and I thought It'd be interesting to see your replies. 1. Why did Republicans lose the White House and Congressional seats in the 2008 elections? Check all that apply. Iraq War Poor Economy Government's Response to Katrina Republican Scandals PICK THIS ONE!!!!!!! Republicans acted like Democrats President Bush's policies Liberal Media Other: 2. What are the key strengths and beliefs of the Republican Party that we can build on? Check all that apply. Social Issues Family Values Ethics Free Markets National Security Fiscal Discipline Limited Government Personal Responsibility Pro-Life Other: HAVE THE BALLS TO TALK ABOUT THESE THINGS AFTER THE LAST 8 YEARS (HOPE PEOPLE FORGET) 3. What are the weaknesses of the Republican Party? Check all that apply. Bad Messaging Poor Response to Democrats Republicans who don't vote like Republicans Standing Up for Principles Need to Lead in Congress Other: EVEN THE UNDER INFORMED PUBLIC COULD SMELL THAT YOU STANK!!!! 4&5 Boring questions so to shorten this... 6. What can the Republican Party do to earn and maintain your trust? STOP WITH THE SOCIAL DIVISIVENESS AND ACTUALLY BE CONSERVATIVES. AND THAT DOESN'T MEAN SPEND ALL OUR MONEY ON WAR AND CUT OFF POOR AMERICANS WHILE GIVING TAX BREAKS TO THE TOP 1%. Part II. Domestic and Social Issues 1. A recent national poll reported that nearly 25% of Americans want the government to pass more socialism. Do you agree or disagree? OH BROTHER! 2. Which do you believe creates more jobs for the American economy: Government Programs and Spending or The American Free Enterprise System? COMBINATION OF BOTH. IT ISN'T ONE OR THE OTHER. CHICKEN & EGG 3. The Obama Administration has proposed spending as much as $1.5 trillion to bail out the banking industry. Do you agree or disagree with this proposal? HE DIDN'T PROPOSE IT, THE BANKERS THAT RUN THIS COUNTRY PROPOSED IT. YOU READY TO STAND UP TO THEM? LET OBAMA KNOW. 4. Do you oppose so-called "card-check" legislation, which eliminates secret ballot elections during unionization drives and puts workers at risk of intimidation by labor bosses? 8% ARE UNIONS, 60% OF US WANT TO BE IN UNIONS. WHY IS IT SO HARD FOR THE OTHER 52% TO BECOME UNIONIZED? 5. Should Republicans unite to block new federal government bureaucracy and red tape that will crush future economic growth? NO 6. Should Republicans in Congress oppose the new wasteful government spending programs passed in the recent "stimulus" bill by the Pelosi-Reid Democrats designed to "spread the wealth"? NO 7. Do you agree that we must secure our borders to stop illegal immigration? YES 8. Should we do everything we can to block Democrats who are trying to shut down conservative talk radio with the so-called "fairness doctrine"? NO 9. Should we resist Barack Obama's proposal to spend billions of federal taxpayer dollars to pay "volunteers" who perform his chosen tasks? NO 10. Should Republicans unite in opposition to judicial nominees who bring a personal, left-wing agenda on social issues to their jobs as judges? NO 11. Should bureaucrats in Washington, DC be in charge of making your health care choices instead of you and your doctor? YES Part III. Homeland Security and Defense Issues 1. If Barack Obama tries to gut the USA PATRIOT Act and other important laws that promote the safety and security of all Americans, should Republicans in Congress fight back? NO 2. Should we stop Democrat leaders from cutting funding from our intelligence agencies or bringing back Clinton-era restrictions on inter-agency communications? NO 3. Do you support the use of air strikes against any country that offers safe harbor or aid to individuals or organizations committed to further attacks on America? YES 4. Should Republicans unite in support of full funding for border and port security when Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid try to make cuts in these areas? NO 5. Do you think U.S. troops should have to serve under United Nations' commanders? NO, BUT THEY DO, SO DON'T MAKE AN ISSUE OF IT NOW. 6. Do you agree that our top military priority should be fighting terrorists? YES 7. Should we fight military-cutting efforts in Congress, such as the proposal from liberal Barney Frank to slash the Pentagon budget by 25%? NO. CUTTING WASTEFUL SPENDING IS GOOD. 8. Even though Barack Obama pledged to meet personally with the likes of Raul Castro, Hugo Chavez and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, should Republicans continue to focus on supporting democratic movements in oppressive states like Cuba, Venezuela and Iran? HUH?