Skip to comments.Alaska: Political power struggle is fight for GOP future
Posted on 01/15/2013 5:10:39 PM PST by Kolath
Those who follow the emerging blood sport of Republican Party internal politics know that much goes that doesn't get much coverage in the major media, but may have a profound effect on the political future of the nation
Events in far off Alaska are significant in what they show about a struggle which may be coming to your state GOP in the next few months.
(Excerpt) Read more at communities.washingtontimes.com ...
Another anti-social conservative effort?
The Corrupt Bastards Club is making a comeback.
The Alaskan republican party did not support the republican senatorial nominee in the last election, period, end of story. They threw their support behind the most liberal senator and trashed the rest of us who supported Joe Miller. We were ecstatic when he defeated her in the primary and the AK repub leadership sold us down the river. 30 republican members of the state house wrote a letter of endorsement for murkowski. No one was ever censored or reprimanded. That was a moment of clarity for me and like many others I am still bitter. I am no longer a republican because of it and I will do everything I can to oppose murkowski in the future. Unfortunately the new chair is nothing to write home about and I fear his incompetence will bite the nascent conservative movement in the party on the posterior.
I dropped out of the Republican Party because of crap like this. They only have allegiance to the party and America be damned! Don’t get me wrong, the rat party is 100 times worse.