Laura Ingraham To Republicans: ‘If You Can’t Beat Barack Obama… Then Shut Down The Party’

During her syndicated radio program on Monday, conservative host Laura Ingraham had harsh words for the Republican Party and the way Mitt Romney‘s campaign has underperformed despite a flailing economy and high unemployment figures.

Recent polls show President Barack Obama with a boosted lead following last week’s Democratic National Convention, and so Ingraham pointed a finger at the GOP and the Romney campaign for failing to make a stronger case.

“If you can’t beat Barack Obama with this record, then shut down the party,” she said. “Shut it down, start new, with new people because this is a give-me election, or at least it should be.”

Ingraham added that part of the blame lies with political consultants who get re-hired after each failed presidential bid. She lamented the “millions and millions of dollars that are paid to these political consultants election after election. We hire people who have lost previous campaigns, that run campaigns that have failed, who have message campaigns where the message fell flat. And they keep getting rehired. I don’t understand that. I don’t know why those are the people you hire.”

On a similar note today, fellow conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh warned that an Obama re-election would lead to “the end of the Republican Party.”

Listen below:

[h/t The Daily Caller]

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