For Republicans, the most important question leading into November is not how many seats we might gain, but what will we do if we gain them. Having lived through the rise and fall of the 1994 Republican Revolution I'm convinced that if the Republican Party does not reform itself this time, it will die. It will no longer exist and I won't be a part of it.
Our mandate, should we gain seats, will be simple: stop wasteful spending and slow the growth of government. Call it the contract to live within our means.Read it all. Senator Coburn spells out three core priorities the GOP must set in order to bolster their credibility. -SP