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Posted on 02/01/2014 3:34:25 PM PST by virgil283
"I have been using the Republican Party generically, and ....I should have been specifying it's the Republican Party leadership that is hell-bent on ramrodding through this amnesty plan......It turns out the leadership distributed their own position on amnesty to the media. The upshot of it is that it seems like two-thirds of the House rank-and-file is opposed to what the leadership in the House is trying to push. It might be three-fifths. But the point is it's probably more accurate to say it's not the entire Republican House. Obviously you have some Tea Party people in there, and you've got some great straight down the middle conservatives in there."
Ca$h > principles. It’s that simple. Time to kick the stoopid out of the Gelded OLD pansies.
Meaning the other 40% of Republicans are rats at heart.
They are worried that a landslide will hurt the GOP being electable in 2016. Ken Buck and Tancredo will run amok like his shouting match with Karl Rove.
so the Tea Party is so loathesome that their presence will harm the party's image for the next Presidential election?
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