In November, Mitt Romney and the GOP lost control of the House of Representatives and the White House to President Barack Obama, but the election has not yet been decided.
In November 2012, Mitt’s party won 51 seats in the House, but Republicans held just a narrow edge in the Electoral College.
In fact, Mitt lost the presidency by only 0.1 percent in the popular vote to Obama.
With more than 270 electoral votes, it is clear that the popular and electoral votes count equally.
Yet, when Republicans are in control of both houses of Congress, they wield incredible influence over the American public’s thoughts and opinions on national issues.
The party has spent a significant amount of money on television ads targeting Americans of color, including ads that targeted African-Americans and Latinos.
In 2014, Republicans ran a campaign called “Stop the Hate,” in which Republican officials said that they were fighting against hate.
It’s unclear how much money the GOP spent, but they did spend nearly $1 million on radio ads, including one that attacked Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), the progressive congressman who is running for a Congressional seat in Minnesota.
The ads are designed to “stir up hate” against Ellison and his supporters, and the message was clear: Democrats are out to destroy our country and that Republicans are “staunch defenders of the Constitution.”
Republicans have also used their influence to attack the American flag, which is a symbol of American democracy.
The House of Representative, in its Constitution, says that “no person shall be deprived of the privileges and immunities of citizens of the United States” unless he or she is a “natural born citizen.”
It’s not clear how much the House Republicans were spending on the flag-related ads, but this was not the first time the GOP was using the flag issue to attack Democrats.
In 2012, the House passed a law that would have made it illegal to fly the flag in the Capitol, even if it was on a flagpole, but Republican lawmakers refused to allow the bill to pass.
The Republican-controlled Senate also refused to take up the bill.
That same year, the Republican-led House used the flag to attack Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D, MA), who is challenging Republican Senator Scott Brown (R-MA) in the 2016 Senate election.
Republicans in the Senate also passed a bill in 2013 that would ban federal funding to the Planned Parenthood abortion business, a move that has not been overturned.
The GOP has also used the issue to further its efforts to defund Planned Parenthood, a controversial organization that provides abortions.
In 2016, Republicans in Congress passed the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would prohibit abortions for minors who are pregnant by a foetus, even when the child is a victim of rape or incest.
The legislation also requires that a woman seeking an abortion undergo a second visit to the clinic.
While it is important to keep in mind that this is just the beginning of what Republicans are doing, it’s clear that this strategy has the potential to create a backlash against abortion rights, which are being defended as the key to women’s health.
The Democrats have a long history of attacking reproductive rights, and have taken aim at the rights of women and girls as part of their anti-abortion strategy.
The Democratic Party has also been known to use the issue of abortion as a wedge issue, especially in the wake of Roe v.
The Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in Roe v Wade, which legalized abortion, was a major factor in Republicans winning control of Congress in the 2000 election.
While the court’s ruling in Roe did not change abortion laws, it did set a precedent that abortion rights could be restricted.
Republican senators have also pushed legislation that would defund Planned the Parenthood abortion company, which provides abortions in the United State.
The bill was introduced in the U.S. House of Congress as the “Planned Parenthood Accountability Act of 2017,” and has been introduced in other states, including Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, and South Dakota.
Republicans are using the abortion debate as a political wedge issue in the upcoming election, and are likely to continue using it in order to increase the number of women voting for the Republican Party in November.
If Republicans do not reverse course and use the abortion issue as an election issue, there is a very good chance that millions of women will be disenfranchised and that the GOP will lose the presidential election in November 2016.
The American Principles Project is a national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that promotes conservative principles and values.