Skip to comments.DECLARE YOUR INDEPENDENCE FROM GOP ESTABLISHMENT: PROTEST ILLEGAL MISSISSIPPI VOTES
Posted on 07/02/2014 9:01:02 AM PDT by don-o
ConservativeHQ.coms chairman and TAKEOVER author Richard A. Viguerie is calling on all conservatives to speak out about the Mississippi GOP Senate primary by July 4. And many conservatives are heeding the call.
Viguerie announced a new contest that gives conservatives a chance to express their distrust of the GOP establishment and to remind the Republican Party that the establishments power hungry dealings wont be forgotten.
Viguerie believes that now is the time to strike. "It's now or never. Independence Day is the perfect time for conservative patriots to declare their independence from the Big Government, content-free, GOP Establishment and the corrupt politicians they support. Thad Cochran is the poster boy for power hungry establishment politics. I want every conservative who has seen through the establishment's dirty tricks to send a clear message to DC: We won't forget Mississippi. The ConservativeHQ.com Mississippi Senate Race Button and Bumper Sticker Contest is the perfect opportunity to do so."
The ConservativeHQ.com Mississippi Senate Race Button and Bumper Sticker Contest runs now through July 4. Viguerie will choose two winners: one for the best button slogan and one for the best bumper sticker slogan.
Several conservatives have already submitted their entries. ConservativeHQ has received some creative and pointed slogans such as "A Cheat Deserves Defeat!" and "Mississippi Votes For Sale: $15." One thing is for certain: conservatives are duly fired up about what happened in the primary.
Some are even calling for Mississippians to write-in Chris McDaniel in November.
Viguerie is looking for unique and creative phrases that will grab attention. The top slogans will be made into buttons and bumper stickers that will be distributed to conservatives. Winners will receive a supply of the buttons and bumper stickers, as well as bragging rights.
Viguerie stated that conservatives who saw through the deceit are outraged because the GOP establishment called the TEA Party racist, spread lies that the TEA Party was suppressing black votes, used conservative contributions given to the NRSC to attack conservative candidate Chris McDaniel, and campaigned in black communities that Thad Cochran would be more supportive of Obama than Chris McDaniel.
In Mississippi, the Republican establishment was quick to grasp that their only way to hold on to power was to make common cause with liberals to defeat conservative Chris McDaniel in the Republican primary election. Conservatives are now on notice that the playbook the establishment will follow in other closely contested primaries will be to recruit Democrats and liberals to vote in Republican primary elections, Viguerie said.
Viguerie explained that this race did not crush the Tea Party. What they have done by using the tactics and language of the left to defeat principled conservative Chris McDaniel is to pour gasoline on the fire and make more Tea Party oriented voters and encourage more Tea Party oriented candidates to step up to fight a now thoroughly discredited Republican establishment.
Enter the contest HERE before midnight, July 4.
I did that long ago, in fact and deed.
Cut off the checks to the RNC, CRCC, SRCC and just donated to the (few) specific candidates that seemed to support my values... That group shrinks daily... My once conservative congressman jumped on the amnestry train a few months ago, and is now ‘dead to me.’
Made it official yesterday and changed my voter registration to the Constitution Party
I’ve already declared my Independence from the GOP Leadership by declaring my independence from the GOP itself.
May the GOP rot in hell and go the way of the Whigs. It is what it has secured for itself.
It’s not enough to stop sending money and change your registration; get a sandwich board and write your message on it then stand in front a Republican’s office. “They’re no different from Democrats!” sounds like a good start.
Here's a suggestion for the sandwich board...
After Mrs. Palin drops the (R), I’m next.
I emailed my thoughts to the RNC yesterday.