"I don't think it's about the Republican Party needing to become more moderate; I really believe it's the Republican Party becoming more modern," she said. "And whether it's Hispanics, whether it's women, whether it's young people, the Republican Party has to make it a priority to take our values, to take our vision to every corner of this country."Yes, stick with that, Cathy. You can totally convince Hispanics, women, and young people that the Republican Party in 1950 is the place for them to be. Just like Paul Ryan was able to do with old white people when he was so convinced that his coupons for Medicare scheme wasn't unpopular, it was just misunderstood.
"I think it's more about the messenger and who's communicating our values to every corner of this country."
See, it's all in the PR. It's not that the Republican Party is woefully out-of-touch, anachronisitic, and unpopular. They just haven't been able to convince the American people otherwise, yet.