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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Mike Karem
A postelection civil war is brewing among Republicans, with some conservative activists angry over the party's poor performance this cycle gunning for party Chairman Reince Priebus and planning demonstrations at the Republican National Committee's annual winter meeting in Charlotte, N.C.
"Republicans want a change. They have had it with Priebus," said Mike Karem, a Kentucky GOP strategist who has been involved in Republican presidential campaigns since Richard Nixon's 1972 re-election victory. "We lost the presidency; we lost House seats, Senate seats; we picked up only one governor; and we had 3 million fewer Republicans turn out for Romney and other Republican candidates than turned out in 2008."
"If [Mr. Priebus] worked for you, would you keep him based on his record?"