I don’t think anyone should be surprised at all.
We saw this coming. Time to bolt the GOP.-
NRSC only wants Soros-funded Liberal RINOs to be the GOP nominee....and let the Dems have a 70-seat plurality in the Senate
The Liberal RINO GOP doing everything possible to be irrelevant
but they gave their full support to liberal Republicans with no problem
The suicide watch continues.
The GOPer goobers have received the last penny from me that they are going to get. I’m done with the GOP. I’m a registered Independent now. I had been registered as at Republican since 1970. The party left me. America has gone into the toilet because the GOP just doesn’t have the stomach to fight for the country.
Tea partiers need to be sure to get to their state conventions and take the policy makers out at that level. Its where your RNC committeemen are chosen and usually only a few hundred votes are enough.
In Michigan only about 1500 total votes were cast but a coalition of tea partiers, libertarians, and GOP conservatives removed uber RINO Saul Anuzis from his national committee chair and replaced him with conservative Dave Agema.
Please continue your voyage up the Obamadork’s smelly Obama.
You’re already half way there.
In other words, conservatives truly have no governmental representation at all. None.
The story goes for the next round.. The sabotage continues. This is what we reap from a McCain run at the White House, what we’re going to get in spades from the Romney run. THIS is the problem with supporting RINOs, they beget more RINOs, they whine that conservatives and Tea Partiers are ‘pushing away voters’ while the RINOs convince vast tracks of what should be easy votes to stay home and sit on their hands.
This is when we MUST work our hardest, to purge out these Romney money people, the remaining McCain money people, and push forward conservative candidates who can boldly do something shocking - have a position DIFFERENT from the liberal who’s running for the Democrats.
Because this whole idea of running liberals on our side to ‘win’ is a losing bet.
Some of us have been watching the democrats run things all of our lives going back to the 1950s and 1960s, and wondering why the republicans could never be effective, now we know why, it really is a team effort by the two parties.
More and more, I’m thinking Conservative Party...
OK, so somebody tell me....seriously, as one who fully supports the Tea Party movement....why did freakin’ ELEVEN Tea Party candidates for the house lose a few weeks ago? These were first-termers seeking a second term. Tell me.
I seriously want to know. Was it because the GOP machine backed their primary opponents, causing them damage? Whatever, I want to know.....
TEA Party candidates are NOT the problem.
Male candidates who fall into the libtard traps on abortion are.
I am hoping they can work together to get the best candidate. Both sides have varying degrees of success, maybe if they try working together we can win. The article seems to say that when they have worked together we got Rubio and Cruz....I can live with them.....unless I am not understanding the article.
During my ‘formative’ years of first observing politics, I’d notice how the Democrat politicians here in the South would come down and give these conservative-sounding speeches to big, approving crowds. But the moment they were back up in DC, they’d be voting lib right alongside with Ted Kennedy on every damn bill. They were two-faced, and the complicit local media often kept their voting record pretty obscured, keeping everyone fooled.
I gravitated immediately to the Republicans, because at least they seemed to vote according to their speeches and stated positions (although their degree of conservatism might have varied a bit). There wasn’t really any big subterfuge, and that impressed me. But that was back then. Nowadays, the GOP has turned into what those southern Dems were. You can’t trust them one single bit. They talk conservative to their constituents, then go back up to DC and support big-government in all its variations, while cowtowing to the ruling elites and their media minions. Makes me want to vomit.
I used to believe the route was to reform and remake the GOP, but the rot and corruption seems too deeply embedded. Just like what is reflected in this article (not to mention the shenanigans at the GOP convention; the backstabbing of genuine conservatives, etc.). I’m more than ready to bolt.
This is a good time to quit the Republican Party. This is also a good time to start building a REAL Third Party.
The Republican Party, as most of us knew it, has been dead for a long time. They are eating each other alive and trying to figure out how to stay in office. The only thing they can come up with is to become the Dem Party II.
Bye, Bye Repubs, I am over ya...completely.
Murdock and Aiken did us a great disservice through their poorly worded comments. They may have even cost us the election. I would not defend them.
Having SAID this, the GOP deserves a quick and merciful death.
Conservatives and tea party people should separate themselves from this decaying edifice and set up a third political party. As long as they are wedded to the GOP ANY effort to successfully counter the Dems will be fruitless.
The Republican Party has become merely the safety valve of the left to allow dissenting opinions to harmlessly vent themselves without doing any real damage to the leftist agenda in America. Differences between Cantor and Boehner and McConnell and the Dems are merely matters of degree.
The GOP doesn’t want us, takes us for granted, and despises us. We should leave. Now. The sooner the better. I will never give one more dollar to the GOP.