Skip to comments.RNC Chairman Reince Priebus Announces First Wave of Republican Convention Headliners
Posted on 08/06/2012 8:13:45 AM PDT by JeepersFreepers
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You asked about the tramp Coulter...well on Sunday on ABC This Week she stated that the base does NOT need energizing as it did in 2008.
That`s what she said, I heard her say it with my own ears. Funny she did surprise me by saying that she only voted for McCain because of the fact he picked Palin.... This was a surprise to me to here her say that, especially after all the Palin trashing she has done.
I wrote her off some time ago, have 1 of her books to burn, one that was given to me.
But on top of the fact that she is a RINO, I honestly was surprised that she was so dumb to make this statement...”the base in 2012 does not need energizing”
I had no idea she was that stupid!
Are you familiar with his record as Arkansas gov?
“Are you familiar with his record as Arkansas gov?”
Yes, I am indeed. The Evangelicals I know from Arkansas, think highly of Huckabee on “Moral” issues. Now on guarding the border, and other “conservative” issues, he isn’t so good.
Notice I said solid of “Moral” isues....not fiscal, etc.
Whatever, by endorsing Romney he has lost credibility. He has carried his affable nature too far.
This is the first list of speakers, though I doubt many of you actually read.
None of these will be the keynote, and more speakers will be added later.
Hopefully one will be Cain, Palin or something. If not, then complain.
They damn well better be included! so far they are on the backburner. McCain does NOT deserve prime time!
No, but rumor has it Olympia Snowe is available
A TEA Party Senate and House is exactly what we need, and we need the same thing in every state we can muster.
The only way you eat an elephant is one bite at a time. The GOPe has been around and in control for ever. This is a war and we can not get upset because they, the elite, are flexing their muscles. We need to bulk up double down and keep electing conservatives down ticket till the entire bench of bright new stars are TEA.
We conservatives have made up so much ground that are using pysc warfare to shake us off our game. In any contest the winner sees themselves a winner in their mind well before the contest is over. It is written that it will get worse before it gets better but good wins in the end. The GOPe know sixty percent of primary voters rejected Romney.
Yeah, the desire to cannibalize here is amazing at times but I’ll put up a list as well:
Scott Walker, Chris Christie, Mike Huckabee, Paul Ryan, Susana Martinez, Clint Eastwood, Allen West, and then the ticket.
Some of these you guys don’t like but they each demonstrate the ability to tenaciously support their more conservative parts of their beliefs. A lot of white guys even on my list.
The 2012 GOP Convention is An Ailes/Rove/Cheney production. They have all turned on Palin.
I agree with your reasoning on McCain and Huck, not at all surprising.
Bobby Jindal is an obvious omission so far, keeps him in the Veep sweepstakes.
Unlike some here, I’m grateful for Priebus thus far. Course it would be hard not to surpass some of the recent Chairmen, but he fights well - I like him in interviews and I like the RNC ads so far. He’s no Lee Atwater, but then, he was unique.
Yeppers, this ‘GOPe rejects Palin’ meme is stretched a bit thin.
The party didn’t keep Palin from entering the primary (doing the tease instead), didn’t keep her from endorsing someone else to try to unite notMitt voters, and isn’t keeping her from endorsing the nominee.
I don't think we know yet how 'big' his slot will be. I do think you have to give him a decent slot so long as his speech makes some sense in terms of meshing with what's needed for Romney's message. Something McCain has some credibility on.
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