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Former VA Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli Named New President of the Senate Conservatives Fund!
Senate Conservatives Fund ^ | June 11, 2014 | Matt Hoskins

Posted on 06/11/2014 7:52:24 AM PDT by DestroyLiberalism

Fellow Conservatives:

We have very exciting news to share with you.

Not only did the grassroots in Virginia score a major victory for freedom last night by defeating House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in the Republican primary, but one of Virginia's strongest grassroots conservatives is joining our team.

Starting today, Ken Cuccinelli, the former Attorney General of Virginia, will serve as the president of the Senate Conservatives Fund!

If you don’t know Ken, he’s a principled fighter who is respected by the grassroots and is passionate about electing the next generation of conservative leaders. Throughout his time in public service, whether in Virginia’s State Senate or as Attorney General, Ken led the fight to defend constitutional rights, protect life, stop tax increases, and keep Virginia a low-regulation state.

As Attorney General, Ken fought the federal government to reduce burdensome regulations from the EPA, FCC, National Labor Relations Board, and -- most famously -- was the first to sue to stop Obamacare.

Ken Cuccinelli is the perfect person to continue and expand on what former Senator Jim DeMint started with SCF.

We’re confident that Ken will help the grassroots do even more to help elect principled conservatives to the U.S. Senate.

And Ken could not be joining our team at a better time. Not only did Dave Brat win in Virginia last night, but thanks to your support, Ben Sasse won in Nebraska and Joni Ernst won in Iowa.

And now we're on the verge of nominating Chris McDaniel in Mississippi and T.W. Shannon in Oklahoma on June 24th.

Conservatives are on the move and it's more important than ever for the grassroots to work together to support principled candidates.

Please watch Ken Cuccinelli's video message to all SCF members and then send him a quick note welcoming him to the team.

Ken explains why he's excited to join SCF and why it's important for Americans to stand up to the Washington establishment.

Thank you for your dedication to our nation's founding principles and thank you for supporting SCF. You're changing Washington one election at a time.

Best regards,
Matt Hoskins
Executive Director
Senate Conservatives Fund


TOPICS: Politics
KEYWORDS: cuccinelli; scf
Man, as if last night's epic primary upset of Eric Cantor wasn't enough to rock the GOP establishment... This news will only further make their heads collectively explode! LOL!
1 posted on 06/11/2014 7:52:24 AM PDT by DestroyLiberalism
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To: DestroyLiberalism

I was hoping that Mr. Cuccinelli would take heart and run again, but if this is a position of influence and leadership, then I say, another miracle that God has graced us.


2 posted on 06/11/2014 8:01:09 AM PDT by lulu16 (May the Good Lord take a liking to you!)
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To: DestroyLiberalism

Am I mistaken or didn’t they fully back mitch?


3 posted on 06/11/2014 8:03:06 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: DestroyLiberalism

Not the worst place to land.


4 posted on 06/11/2014 8:08:51 AM PDT by Free Vulcan (Vote Republican! You can vote Democrat when you're dead...)
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To: Norm Lenhart

“The Senate Conservatives Fund [...] had made Bevin one of their key candidates this year, hoping to unseat the minority leader. [...] But after McConnell triumphed tonight, SCF was quick to endorse his general-election effort” - http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/378423/mcconnell-wins-ky-primary-senate-conservatives-fund-immediately-endorses-patrick


5 posted on 06/11/2014 8:13:21 AM PDT by ConservingFreedom (A goverrnment strong enough to impose your standards is strong enough to ban them.)
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To: ConservingFreedom

And thus they are the problem, not the solution. Astroturf filled with GOP pretending to be TEA party.

When one is quick to back the man that was out to destroy you, by his own words, odds are you were never the opposition to begin with.


6 posted on 06/11/2014 8:15:52 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: Norm Lenhart

Norm Lenhart wrote:
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Am I mistaken or didn’t they fully back mitch?
>>

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Oh, no, quite the contrary! They 100% backed Matt Bevin in the Kentucky Senate race and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in their attempt to help Bevin defeat McConnell. In fact, I believe it was the Senate Conservatives Fund’s support of Bevin that drove McConnell into his infamous meltdown in which he declared the Tea Party “needs to be punched in the nose”.


7 posted on 06/11/2014 8:16:04 AM PDT by DestroyLiberalism
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To: DestroyLiberalism

I would like to have seen DeMint run against Graham.


8 posted on 06/11/2014 8:18:04 AM PDT by Carry_Okie (ObamaCare IS Medicaid: They'll pull a sheet over your head and send you the bill.)
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To: Norm Lenhart
Who should they have endorsed after the true conservative they supported was defeated: the Democrat? a third-party candidate? nobody?
9 posted on 06/11/2014 8:22:48 AM PDT by ConservingFreedom (A goverrnment strong enough to impose your standards is strong enough to ban them.)
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To: DestroyLiberalism
The great news of Cantor's demise is tempered by the realization that many other RINO's have won party renominations in their states/districts. I was thoroughly disheartened by Linda Graham's "victory," and no excuse that there was not a viable alternative will do, considering Brat's obscure credentials.

I don't mean to rain on the parade - this IS a day to celebrate - but we cannot lose perspective, causing us to become the least bit complacent. That is what killed us in the first place.

10 posted on 06/11/2014 8:26:00 AM PDT by fwdude ( You cannot compromise with that which you must defeat.)
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To: DestroyLiberalism

The way his Senate race went down depressed me for months... he’s a good man and will be helpful to us in his new job.


11 posted on 06/11/2014 8:30:30 AM PDT by txhurl
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To: ConservingFreedom

Well, when you endorse the guy that wants you destroyed you are a fraud. No way around that. In the real world you don’t spend months telling people X is satan, that satan is bad, then hop on board with satan proclaiming he is the right man for the job. That is pure hypocracy, asinine and the cause of why we have a govt that does nothing we tell them to.

Now if you disagree with any of the above, please detail why and show proof where it is illogical, wrong ect.


12 posted on 06/11/2014 8:34:44 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: Norm Lenhart
Who should they have endorsed after the true conservative they supported was defeated: the Democrat? a third-party candidate? nobody?

Well, when you endorse the guy that wants you destroyed you are a fraud. No way around that. In the real world you don’t spend months telling people X is satan, that satan is bad, then hop on board with satan proclaiming he is the right man for the job. That is pure hypocracy

So, again, who should they have endorsed after the true conservative they supported was defeated: the Democrat? a third-party candidate? nobody?

(And where did the SCF say he was the right man for the job?)

13 posted on 06/11/2014 8:39:17 AM PDT by ConservingFreedom (A goverrnment strong enough to impose your standards is strong enough to ban them.)
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To: ConservingFreedom

There are some here that always back the Dems.

They pretend it’s all about conservatism, but it’s always something that helps seems get more power.


14 posted on 06/11/2014 8:40:22 AM PDT by ifinnegan
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To: Norm Lenhart

You’d know about frauds...


15 posted on 06/11/2014 8:40:55 AM PDT by ifinnegan
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To: ifinnegan

Not seeing any rebuttal based on facts. Care to provide one?


16 posted on 06/11/2014 8:42:11 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: ifinnegan

And there are some that push lesser evil PINOs and claim to be conservative.


17 posted on 06/11/2014 8:43:13 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: DestroyLiberalism

I figured the way the GOP-E hung the VA Republican gubernatorial candidate, Cuccinelli,, out to dry and then he lost to a Clintonite, played a huge role in people going against Cantor.

A very deserved defeat!


18 posted on 06/11/2014 8:43:53 AM PDT by ifinnegan
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To: ifinnegan
There are some here that always back the Dems.

I haven't seen anyone say the SCF should have endorsed the Dem over McConnell. And I don't agree that endorsing a third-party candidate, or no candidate, is the same as "backing the Dem" (not that you said it was).

19 posted on 06/11/2014 8:44:39 AM PDT by ConservingFreedom (A goverrnment strong enough to impose your standards is strong enough to ban them.)
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To: ConservingFreedom

They should STICK TO THEIR STATED FUNDRAISING GOALS and back a CONSERVATIVE. There were other options.

I do not care who that is. If it is a no name, so be it. But one cannot stick to principle one min and then go all situational ethics when the traffic changes direction and BE a conservative.


20 posted on 06/11/2014 8:48:26 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: fwdude
FWIW, the victory is that nobody can say "the tea party is dead" anymore. The media had been ignoring the primary victories by Sasse and Ernst and McDaniel's upsurge against Cocharan. Victory in these races will encourage more people to vote against the status quo. Cantor being defeated lets backstabber wannabees in DC that the voters are watching, and will defeat you if a really good candidate comes along.

So how is it not a victory? It only stops being one if we go all Debbie-downer on the setbacks. I'd also like to add that there is total clarity that Brat has 100% support from Numbers USA and Cantor intended to backstab constitutional conservatives concerning the invasion of the US.

21 posted on 06/11/2014 8:52:10 AM PDT by grania
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To: Norm Lenhart
They should STICK TO THEIR STATED FUNDRAISING GOALS and back a CONSERVATIVE. There were other options.

I do not care who that is. If it is a no name, so be it.

I'm very much in tune with that - I voted Constitution Party rather than throw my vote away on lib-lites like Romney or McCain. But since the SCF's endorsement was not exactly brimming with enthusiasm and didn't claim McConnell was a conservative, and since McConnell's re-election would quite conceivably make the Senate less unconservative than would his general election defeat, I think it's hasty to call them hypocrites. (Whether you want to donate to them is a very different question.)

22 posted on 06/11/2014 8:55:51 AM PDT by ConservingFreedom (A goverrnment strong enough to impose your standards is strong enough to ban them.)
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To: ConservingFreedom

I gotta call it what it is. They screamed the evils of Mitch, then ‘quickly’ endorsed him. What ELSE can it be called?


23 posted on 06/11/2014 8:57:50 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: Norm Lenhart
Norm Lenhart wrote:

<< And thus they are the problem, not the solution. Astroturf filled with GOP pretending to be TEA party.

When one is quick to back the man that was out to destroy you, by his own words, odds are you were never the opposition to begin with. >>

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Let me begin by saying I'm not a Mitch McConnell fan whatsoever... I think he's an inept party leader who has behaved pretty despicably toward his conservative base. As a result, I harbor quite a bit of animosity toward him.

Yet, like it or not, we are down to a choice of two candidates, bad as they are, between McConnell and radical leftist Allison Grimes. I know some may disagree (and I can certainly respect and understand those who do), but to me it actually makes far more sense to pull the lever for McConnell in November.

Look, even though McConnell is a squishy, wimpy, linguini-spined GOP establishment hack, our #1 mission right now is we MUST take back the Senate. Once we accomplish that, I really do believe McConnell, as Senate Majority Leader, can and will be pressured into taking up votes to pass conservative legislation if he has a solid, increasingly conservative Senate majority behind him that include names such as Cruz, Lee, Paul, Scott, Johnson, Sasse, McDaniel, Earnst, T.W. Shannon, Milton Wolf, and Rubio (his awful immigration stance notwithstanding). A Grimes win in Kentucky not only potentially puts us in jeopardy of falling short of capturing the Senate and keeping that filthy little tyrant Harry Reid in charge, but could also pave the way to begin entrenching a leftist in the Kentucky Senate seat. This is simply not a viable option, in my humble opinion.

24 posted on 06/11/2014 9:02:57 AM PDT by DestroyLiberalism
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To: DestroyLiberalism

Mitch got in Bed with Obama. Fact. There are conservatives in his state. Fact. There were options. Fact. Murkowski won on a write in. Fact.

Mitch is not one of two options.

Fact.


25 posted on 06/11/2014 9:08:38 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: DestroyLiberalism

Demint’s team did pretty good last election cycle TEA
party candidate wise.. Here’s to more wins!! GiDDyUP!!


26 posted on 06/11/2014 9:22:18 AM PDT by NormsRevenge (Semper Fi - Revolution is a'brewin!!!)
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To: ConservingFreedom; Norm Lenhart

I have seen plenty of posts saying, and hoping, that the R candidate loses to a dem.

This new thread for example is about wanting Graham to lose to the dem.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3166312/posts

Ask Norm.

Norm, who would you rather see lose:

McConnell or his dem opponent?

Graham or his dem opponent?


27 posted on 06/11/2014 9:24:42 AM PDT by ifinnegan
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To: ifinnegan

I would rather see a rino lost to a conservative first and foremost. If a conservative does not win, I see no difference in a RINO or a Dem winning.

At that point, I would rather the GOP was burnt to the ground , the earth salted, and all the RINOs lined up and mocked eternally.

Is that clear enough for you?

Because an enemy in ones own camp id a greater danger than an enemy in ones face. And if you think you are wiser than Alexander Hamilton, the Founders and 3000 years of military history on that subject, please, by all means, show your arrogance.

But since none of the 50/57 states is without a conservative in it to write in, we should never have to resort to helping an open enemy defeat a backstabber to begin with.


28 posted on 06/11/2014 9:33:06 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: ifinnegan
I haven't seen anyone say the SCF should have endorsed the Dem over McConnell. And I don't agree that endorsing a third-party candidate, or no candidate, is the same as "backing the Dem" (not that you said it was).

I have seen plenty of posts saying, and hoping, that the R candidate loses to a dem.

That's neither an endorsement nor a Dem vote.

29 posted on 06/11/2014 9:33:35 AM PDT by ConservingFreedom (A goverrnment strong enough to impose your standards is strong enough to ban them.)
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To: ConservingFreedom

You’re funny.


30 posted on 06/11/2014 9:37:06 AM PDT by ifinnegan
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To: ifinnegan

I’m not Norm, but I’d rather have the D. Better the D than an R who votes with the other side.

With the R, the D’s get both the vote AND the ability to call their scuttling of the Constitution bipartisan.

No sale. Give me the D if it is to be.


31 posted on 06/11/2014 9:38:32 AM PDT by RinaseaofDs (.)
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To: Norm Lenhart

“I would rather see a rino lost to a conservative first and foremost.”

So would I, and most around here.

Thanks for being honest saying you favor the dems winning.


32 posted on 06/11/2014 9:38:55 AM PDT by ifinnegan
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To: RinaseaofDs

Thanks for the straightforwardness.


33 posted on 06/11/2014 9:40:01 AM PDT by ifinnegan
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To: ifinnegan

I said nothing of the sort. I clearly said I favor the conservative winning. After that I do not care if it is GOP or Dem because they are the same thing.

Thank you for outing yourself as another GOP shill/plant.


34 posted on 06/11/2014 9:42:08 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: Norm Lenhart

You don’t even stand by your own word.


At that point, I would rather the GOP was burnt to the ground , the earth salted, and all the RINOs lined up and mocked eternally.



35 posted on 06/11/2014 9:46:00 AM PDT by ifinnegan
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To: ifinnegan

Is there something about being a GOP shill that causes one to be a liar? Because anyone can read what I wrote.

Try harder.


36 posted on 06/11/2014 9:48:18 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: ifinnegan

I;ll let you in on a little secret.

I love tender moments like this with shills/plants like you because all the lurkers get to watch your kind tie themselves into liberal knots trying to justify their RINO.liberal love.

You started off with a personal attack backing up nothing you have said/accused, then lied. I really cannot believe you have no clue how you look. But like so many before you, you provide entertainment and help me spread the conservative message.

So than;s for being a witless accomplice to your party’s own demise.


37 posted on 06/11/2014 9:52:49 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: ifinnegan; Norm Lenhart; All
...who would you rather see lose: McConnell or his dem opponent? Graham or his dem opponent?

I can't speak for Norm, but BECAUSE I want to see the Republican party turn right and move this country right, I would rather see McConnell and Graham lose. There is only ONE WAY to make the Republican party turn right, and that is to vote such that leftist/collectivist/"liberal" people in the Republican party are prevented from achieving positions of power. They must be stopped.

Ifinnegan and any other reader, you are in mathematical and functional ERROR if you think the above translates into "vote for the Democrat." Devoid of emotional intent, my purpose is to deprive the Republican party of leftists. It is why I am more inclined than ever to advocate THIRD PARTY, because that vote does TWO things:

1. Announces loud and clear that here is a potential Republican vote that dumped the candidate and went for one announcing LESS GOVERNMENT as the driving common denominator.

2. Works toward reducing the mandate percentage of whichever liberal/leftist/collectivist (that is, subscribes to more and bigger government) wins. Winning on a plurality, or less than half of the votes cast, makes the liberal victor that much weaker. ONLY a third-party vote contributes to a plurality.

Americans truly need a Second Party, and we need to be seriously SEEING THAT COMING FOR 2016 right now. If the choice is another Democrat vs Democrat Lite for the 2016 Presidential -- which is about 98 percent certain it will -- then you had better be prepared for even more rejection of "Republican" than before.

38 posted on 06/11/2014 9:53:07 AM PDT by Finny (Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. -- Psalm 119:105)
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To: Finny

I guess the shill didn’t get his way and left the building...bummer.


39 posted on 06/11/2014 10:12:18 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: Norm Lenhart
Norm Lenhart wrote:

<< Mitch got in Bed with Obama. Fact. There are conservatives in his state. Fact. There were options. Fact. Murkowski won on a write in. Fact. Mitch is not one of two options. Fact. >>

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I'm not disagreeing with what you're saying, Norm, but unfortunately it's all water under the dam now. Voters in Kentucky had a golden opportunity to make a huge statement and oust McConnell in the primary. They could've and should've elected Matt Bevin as the conservative alternative. Instead, they chose to re-nominate McConnell in a landslide. It sucks royally but ultimately he's the one Kentucky Republicans have chosen to represent them. So now with McConnell and Grimes running neck-and-neck in the polls, a conservative third party challenger can only succeed in siphoning votes away from McConnell and handing the race to Grimes.

I mean, if you can think of a better option where a bonafide conservative can realistically defeat both McConnell and Grimes at this point and win the Kentucky Senate seat this November, believe me I'd love to hear it. But I just don't see any feasible way a write-in candidate is going to magically swoop in and defeat the highest-ranking GOP Senator and his massive war chest. That needed to happen in the primary race.

Incidentally, Murkowski won her write-in (a VERY rare feat, by the way) as a well-funded, establishment-backed incumbent by defeating a lesser-known, much lesser-funded challenger in Joe Miller (who I'm hoping can still be the 2014 nominee for the Alaska Senate seat held by Mark Begich).

40 posted on 06/11/2014 10:27:18 AM PDT by DestroyLiberalism
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To: DestroyLiberalism

Movements must have a beginning. Every election the excuse is ‘next time’.

Win or lose, TODAY is the day to stand behind a conservative. The primary is over. Stand behind the conservative, whoever it may be. Do not help the GOP screw us. If we lose this time, the conservative we back will be better prepared next time. And people will already be in the mindset to back that person.

We WILL lose some. Accept that we cannot, like Democrats, have all things given to mus. Good things take work. You will lose. I will lose. Then we win.

The mindset of ‘win support the Rino’ had doomed us for decades. Break that destructive pattern.

Tell me with a straight face the founders would have accepted brit loyalists in their govt. There is your guide.


41 posted on 06/11/2014 10:34:34 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: Norm Lenhart

Believe me, I very much understand where you’re coming from, Norm. In fact, if you’ve had a chance to take a cursory glance at my posting history on FR, you’ll see I’ve routinely been scathing critical of RINOs/GOP establishment candidates and those on our side who succumb to the false pretense that such candidates are the “most electable”. However, I believe primary races are the time and place to deal with this, not during the general election when we’re facing radical left-wing Democrat opponents.

Like I said, I’m most concerned right now with winning back the Senate. And if McConnell happens to win and return as the Senate Majority Leader, the Senate will be decidedly more conservative in 2015 and I believe we can push Squishy Mitch kicking and screaming into taking up and passing conservative legislation.

Having said that, I won’t be shedding any tears if the GOP manages to win back the Senate and Mitch loses his re-election bid (which I think is certainly a feasible scenario). I will say though that I hate the thought of Grimes and her deep pockets potentially making her a permanent Kentucky senate fixture as a result.


42 posted on 06/11/2014 10:54:58 AM PDT by DestroyLiberalism
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To: DestroyLiberalism

Its only one seat. Its not like the GOP does anything positive when they have control. And it is worth losing it to ditch Mitch. We can make it up elsewhere if we try.


43 posted on 06/11/2014 11:03:44 AM PDT by Norm Lenhart (How's that 'lesser evil' workin' out for ya?)
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To: DestroyLiberalism

Very well said, I concur FWIW.

Reinforcements are on the way, THAT is the beginning we sought.


44 posted on 06/11/2014 11:14:25 AM PDT by AllAmericanGirl44
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To: Norm Lenhart

You are text book.

Accuse others of what you do.

You are the one who favors dems.

You try to make people cynical and nihilistic so that they will not participate so that dems have the upper hand.

Never should any dem in any state get a foot hold.


45 posted on 06/11/2014 11:38:01 AM PDT by ifinnegan
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To: Finny

Thanks for your straight forward answer.


46 posted on 06/11/2014 11:38:53 AM PDT by ifinnegan
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