Skip to comments.National GOP establishment lavishly funding liberal homosexual activist Richard Tisei
Posted on 10/13/2012 11:28:19 PM PDT by EternalVigilance
The Republican establishment in Washington is pouring enormous amounts of money -- over a million dollars -- into Massachusetts to elect an aggressive, anti-family homosexual activist to Congress.
In Massachusetts, Richard Tisei is known as an openly "gay" liberal Republican politician who ran for Lt. Governor in 2010. Prior to that as a State Senator, among other things he worked to successfully block the people's right to vote on the Marriage Amendment.
Tisei is the only Republican Congressional candidate in Massachusetts to receive such support from the national Republican Congressional campaign! Flood of expensive TV ads
Anyone watching TV in Massachusetts has undoubtedly seen a flood of television ads which support just one particular Republican challenger, Richard Tisei, mostly through attacks on the Democratic incumbent, Rep. John Tierney (6th District). The ads are impossible to miss, and easily dwarf all the TV spending in all the other Congressional districts in the state.
The Republican National Congressional Committee (RNCC) has picked Tisei to be one of their so-called "Young Guns," an elite group of 30 US House challengers being touted as "the new generation of right-wing House Republicans who are looking to put their conservative stamp on Washington." (We're not making this up.)
The RNCC and its super PAC Young Guns Action Fund have already spent nearly a million dollars for hundreds of 30-second ads on behalf of Tisei, and many more are planned.
(Excerpt) Read more at massresistance.org ...
Maybe someone here can explain the difference between the Romney Republican Party and the Barney Frank Democrat Party.
Romney wasn’t on a banking oversight committee and given a boy toy executive as a bribe to look the other way. He also didn’t run a gay prostitution ring out of his apartment.
Give ‘em time.
And no money to Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann.
Way to go GOP!/sarc
Tisei must be defeated.
HillaryRomney, The Hillary of Massachusetts and his compromised running mate, all of the hyjacked GOP.
It’s why I send what litle political money I have to individuals and not to the RNC.
So that’s what they want to do with my hard earned money. I only give to the individual candidates anymore.
So re-elect the moonbat crook.
3-15-12: “Do you know what today is? It is the one year anniversary since Congressman John Tierneys wife was released from jail. She got the gift of a 30-day sentence for aiding and abetting in the filing false tax return. How much money was involved? $10 million. Compare that to former Speaker Sal DiMasis 8 1/2 year sentence for accepting $65,000 kick-back. Chuck Turner got years for his preachers handshake. I think we can all agree that today is a good day for the Tierneys and they should be celebrating she is still not in jail!
I do have to mention that Congressman Tierney is still claiming he had no idea of what was going on! He had no clue even-though Mrs. Tierney was involved along with her son, father and two brothers.”
>>Today’s Question for Tierney
In Congress, John Tierney sits on the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform whos solemn responsibility is to hold government accountable to taxpayers, because taxpayers have a right to know what they get from their government.”
If Tierney didnt know what was going on under his nose in his own family, how can voters expect him to be a government watchdog?
How Could Tierney Not Know?
Disgusting. FR needs to spread the word to boycott the RNCC until they abandon Tisei.
yep. re-elect scum. 2014.
It’s hard for me to imagine why any rank and file conservative would give money to any of these Republican committees or satellite organizations at this point. They just use the money against you.
I have a hunch most of the funds now are coming from liberal sources, or from folks buying influence for financial reasons.
I don’t know one person who donates to the RNC. Never, ever would I give them one penny.
But folks continue to give them something much more valuable than mere money.
I have a question for you.
Why didn’t you enter the Republican Primary?
We NEEDED a constitutional conservative choice.
Where were you?
I left the GOP in 2008 when they refused to count our votes in the Iowa Caucus.
I knew then the process was completely rigged.
It’s taken a bunch of other people, folks who didn’t seem to care what the GOP did to us back then, a bit longer to find out that the process is rigged against them too.
Fair enough. But knowing that’s where the majority of Conservatives were, wouldn’t it have been easier to join the primary and at least get some exposure and give the Conservatives a better choice than we were presented with than to wing it as a third party? Also, another question, had Rick Santorum won the nomination (or Bachmann, or another one lined up with your values), would you still be running now?
Thank you taking the time to answer my questions.... I’d love nothing more than to support a freeper, but I have serious questions.
Also, when did you decide to enter the race?
As recently as last year, we weren’t really at the stage of development of America’s Party where we felt ready to engage at the presidential level. But I decided to run during the holidays last year, when it was becoming more and more apparent that Mitt Romney was likely going to be successful at buying out the Republican Party.
It seemed highly likely to me that no one was going to be saying what must be said, in terms of the principles that we must return to if we are to survive as a free republic, or concerning the creation of any sort of political process that is actually of the people, by the people, or for the people.
Turns out I was correct.