Skip to comments.Bill Bolling's Tirade
Posted on 06/11/2012 6:32:01 AM PDT by Gopher Broke
When Bill Bolling took a back-seat in order that Bob McDonnell could run for Governor of Virginia he was admitting he was not the primary or best choice. That he believed and expected that the Insider-Powers-That-Be in the Republican Party could give him his turn to run for Governor irrespective of whom the Voters of Virginia would want or how they wish to choose indicates he exercised a very self-centered and self-serving disregard for We the People. He was also declaring he was a pawn for those Insiders who, if truth were known, really did not have respect for Bill Bolling. In their mind Bolling was little more than a GoFer.
Now rumor has it that Bill Bolling plans to stand before the Republican State Central Committee whose membership was chosen by you and me and tell them, hence you and me, that he deserves to be the next Governor, that he wants a costly Republican Primary for Governor at the expense of the Virginia Taxpayers, and that the RSCC had better do as he tells them or he will sue. Never mind that the RSCC is the governing board of authority for the Virginia republican Party. In other words, Bill Bolling is throwing a childish, mean-spirited tantrum in total disregard and entire disrespect for the Republican Party and those of us in the Republican Party who have the right and the responsibility to decide who will be the Republican candidate. Bill Bolling is demonstrating a degree of arrogance and disregard for Republican Principles that clearly states why he should not be the Republican Candidate.
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A primary was chosen......2 years in advance of the general election, the longest time in advance, ever, before the election, that this choice has been made.
Why? Bolling had the RINO votes on State Central to get his way....
Bolling no longer has the RINO majority on State Central and he suspected, correctly, that voters would choose more Conservative members of state central this year....which they did.
The more liberal Republican ALWAYS wants a primary because Democrats and independents can choose the REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE...not to mention a statewide primary sticks the Taxpayers with a $3,000,000 tab.
There is nothing CONSERVATIVE about a primary.
Please read the ensuing conversation - I have changed my position.
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