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Well the big debate over the future of the Republican Party continues today in Washington -- the faith and freedom coalition's annual conference.
Is underway right now -- Carl Cameron joins us live from the convention so -- the conferences is dubbed.
Road to majority but -- -- is more like the code to the White House perhaps.
That's going on there.
-- Well -- the focus of this is about electing a Republican majority to the house and senate in 2016.
Building on the house and collecting one of the senate but.
We've seen a steady stream of -- sixteen potential White House candidate just a short time ago.
We had Paul Ryan the 2012 Republican nominee who -- obviously as Mitt Romney's running mate on making the case for conservative ideals and and essentially promising that what Americans will see in the next two and a half years have been remaining Obama administration is more of the same big government intrusion.
On early this morning we've heard from former Florida governor Jeb Bush.
Who really took it to heart and has been talking very aggressively perhaps most harshly -- the Republican Party in the wake of last year's GOP presidential defeat watch.
-- We got beat because our brand is perceived.
To be tarnished to be reactionary to be too negative.
Rather than hopeful and positive.
There are a lot of conservatives here who are really quite worried that particularly on social issues they're being quote -- to the back of the bus as Ralph Reed one of the organizers are put it just a short time ago.
For establishment Republicans who were looking to sort of change the image of the Republican Party by improving its rhetoric and being -- negative.
Our Rand Paul spoke here yesterday to one of the introductory sessions.
And that it very clear that he's positioning -- -- more civil libertarian type Republican focusing on more libertarian issues particularly when it comes to all the scandals face in the Obama administration.
As an example of one of the shots he took.
To lead a nation you need not only legal authority -- you need moral authority.
And I think this constellation of scandal shows that the president is losing his moral authority to lead this nation.
As -- -- positions himself some more libertarian leading conservative were beginning to see some of the rivals Google the potential 2016 candidates particularly Marco Rubio.
Whereas Paul is suing the government over the NSA's collection of phone records -- The American telephone company got consumers who -- mr.
rubio has suggested that well it's a valuable counterterrorism tool and it is needed by the government -- I think if you're saying thank you very much -- -- -- later.
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