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Posted on 12/31/2010 3:30:02 PM PST by julieee
GOP Chair Candidate Cino Explains Helping Pro-Abortion Group
Washington, DC - Republican Party chairman candidate Maria Cino became the final candidate for the national party chairman position to interview with the Susan B. Anthony List, a pro-life political group.
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Uh, yeah, that's gonna be a problem. If you're electing a pro-abortion Republican (male or female), then you're not really electing a Republican.
RINOs need NOT apply.
Got that, John Cornyn?
I watched all their interviews and Wagner seems like the best candidate to me. She comes across well and has good conservative and organizational credentials. Reince Preibus, or whatever his name is up there in WI, seems competent enough, but he’s the Establishment’s guy—so I really don’t trust him in this role.
Reince Priebus is a strong supporter of Haley Barbour. His law firm, it was recently revealed, lobbied strongly for Obamacare.
Maria Cino is also establishment. She served in several positions in the Bush Administration and has close ties with Karl Rove, Ed Gillespie & Co. Cino is also a close friend of John Boehner.
We really need to get away from the Party politic. Need to get back to electing as our leaders just/ righteous men (or women) who will rule in Fear of God and who understand their duty to men depends on their right relationship with their Creator.
A man who would lie ,steal or cheat his fellow man would have pretty much the same relationship with the God that Created him. And ANY politician who would defend Roe v.Wade/Doe v. Bolton -or Planned Parenthood is no different than those Southern Democrats and their Yankee peers that defended the Taney Court and the Dred Scott Decision.
I tell you, Wagner looks to me like the best of the bunch. Maybe not great, but the best of the alternatives. Did you watch those interview clips? I think she’d do well on the Sunday morning shows.
I forget the specifics now, but I understand that Sal is a weak conservative, go-along-to-get-along insider as well.
Oh goody, just what we need!
Another boob at the head of the GOP!
Replace one incompetent nitwit with another...
All of them have such ties, other than Steele. Wagner may be the most non-partisan but even she has ties to Bush. She was Bush's Ambassador to Luxembourg. It remains to be seen how non-partisan she would be.
Saul Anuzis is a strong supporter of Newt Gingrich.
The RNC Chairman needs to be impartial in the coming fight, and focus on fundraising and organization.
Steele may be better than a Romney/Barbour/Bush/Gingrich puppet, but he’s really not a very good solution either.
RNC chair debate Monday January 3 at 1PM:
The insiders are out to get him. Although he certainly has brought a lot of problems on himself, I think he gets a bad rap on fundraising. The RNC did raise a record $192 million this cycle. How they spent that money is definitely open to criticism.
That’s funny. Her name is Cino. CINO. Conservative in Name Only.
NO CINO!! She’s establishment to the gills. Don’t trust a Dick Cheney/Mary Matalin endorsement.
Matalin is married to Serpent Head. She is pro-choice and pro-homosexual marriage. She doesn’t care about a country that is aborting and divorcing and single-parenting and homosexualizing itself to death
Likewise, Cheney is great on national defense but really, really soft on social issues. He favored the repeal of DADT and doesn’t care about one million abortions a year. He just doesn’t care.
These women want power in order to put other women in power. That is the old quota system that the liberals invented.
Why are Republicans accepting these Feminist quota pushers and giving them power over us?
From the article:Simple translation:
I didnt look at it as a pro-choice or a pro-life organization, Cino said. I have been committed for the last 20-some odd years to electing Republican women. Rightfully or wrongfully, I looked at it purely from a standpoint of electing Republican women.
Party is more important than principle.
Conservatives really need to send this lady packing. This is the big problem with the Republican party as it exists today. It does not stand for any discernable principles. The TEA Party is trying to bring principles back to the party, but so far, the Republican party establishment has fought tooth and nail to avoid principles and stand for just political power for the party.
If this continues, look for TEA Partiers to try a third party soon, committed to real values and principles, and leaving the GOP to wither to nothing (which is exactly what they stand for).
I hope that the Republican party can be returned to a principled conservative platform, but this lady (and at least one other candidate for RNC chair, perhaps several) are real problems. These people will run off principled conservatives. Steele already ran a lot of them off, and the RCCC (supporting Scozzafava in 2009 as well as some other establishment candidates in 2010 against TEA Party favorites) has also tried to avoid the TEA Party influence.
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