A year after GOP strategist Mike Murphy likened the Republican Party to Russia, circa 1919, with a lot of "warlords" competing for power, he said Sunday that President Obama's unpopularity has eliminated the need for GOP leaders to unite in order to make big gains in November's elections. "I've been telling Republicans to brag a little less and organize a little more. Let's not get the expectations out of control," Murphy said on NBC's "Meet the Press." "But every poll now is historic, and I think the only thing the president can do is build a time machine and go back in time" to prevent major Democratic losses. Voters are mad and they want change, he said. "It's going to be a different Washington."