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After a sound beating US elections in the 2008, the Republican party is looking for a comeback. But what do they stand for and who will lead them?
Voters seemingly rejected the neo-con agenda pushed by US president George W. Bush's administration over the last eight years.
So, what about a return to Reagan republicanism, which many feel Bush abandoned?
Or do Republicans need a new and different strategy all together?
The cyclical nature of Washington politics deems that Republicans will be back in power at some point.
On Wednesday's Riz Khan
show, as president-elect Barack Obama prepares to take over the White House, we debate the future of the Republican party and what it means for America and the world.
Joining the debate as guests will be neo-conservative commentator and former Bush speech writer David Frum along with Grover Norquist, center-right leader and Americans for tax reform president.
This episode of the Riz Khan show aired from Wednesday, January 14, 2009.
Source: Al Jazeera