I thought they did that at the convention.
>> It appears the GOP-e are trying to stack the deck against conservatives.
> I thought they did that at the convention.
That’s the way I remember it too.
The rule changes were truly awful; and let’s not forget the retroactive rule change they did for one state’s primaries to deny Ron Paul delegates and cement more support for Romney.
JRF: “I thought they did that (stack the deck against conservatives) at the convention.”
Yep. And they already have the deck stacked against us in many of the primaries. I honestly think RINOs hate conservatives, especially social conservatives, more than the left. They see us as the anchor that’s holding the Republican Party down.
They’re probably right, but don’t ask me what they stand for. Seriously. I haven’t a clue what a RINO really wants. They’ve proven they aren’t fiscally conservative, and they’re downright hostile toward us bitter clingers.
We’re expected to support their lame ass, moderate candidates (and we do), but they’ve proven in Indiana and Missouri that they’ll actually side with Democrats to beat us. We’re not only warring against the left. We’re fighting the mushy middle! We have no hope against the Democrats if we can’t even wrest control of the so-called party of small government!