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Ed Rollins
Born Edward Rollins
(1943-03-19) March 19, 1943 (age 73)
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Alma mater California State University, Chico
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Shari Lois Scharfer

I became a Republican in the summer of 1972. I was involved in running President Nixon's re-election campaign in California and became part of his administration at the start of his second term.
Ed Rollins
I am not predicting here that Obama will fail like Jimmy Carter. What I am predicting is the Republican Party is not extinct and will after a period of time become a strong opposition party.
Ed Rollins
When the Republicans controlled the House from 1994 -2006, Democrats like Nancy Pelosi, Barney Frank, Henry Waxman Charlie Rangel, John Conyers and Rahm Emanuel weren't saying we need to move right to win. They stuck to their philosophy. And they fought against Reagan and they fought against the Bushes. And eventually they did win.
Ed Rollins
I have been a practitioner of tough politics for many decades. There is little that amazes me and even less that shocks me.
Ed Rollins
Everybody in this race is against Obama, okay? So saying you're against Obama, against Obamacare, all the rest, it's all fine, well and good, except it doesn't move you forward.
Ed Rollins
I think to a certain extent, Clinton may have expected as the senior president that Obama would've reached out to him and asked for his council; he's done that very little. So, I think the relationship has not been good over the years.
Ed Rollins
There's no smarter politician out there than Bill Clinton.
What we won't become is a 'Democratic Party lite!' We are a party that wants smaller government and lower taxes. Obama and the Democrats do not. We are a party that wants to encourage small business. We are a party that has a large constituent group that believes in a social agenda and we will not abandon them.
Ed Rollins
One of the reasons a strategist never sits in a stadium and gets caught up in the crowds – and never sits watching a debate in person – is because the vast majority of American voters watch these political events on television.
Ed Rollins
The Republican Party, which John McCain led as our nominee in 2008, is going to become irrelevant if we become the party of intolerance and hate. The party founded by Abraham Lincoln was a party that fought slavery and intolerance at every level.
Ed Rollins