Skip to comments.CRACK! McConnell’s Metal Strap of Control Breaks
Posted on 05/15/2014 5:24:35 AM PDT by cotton1706
Ben Sasse just won the Republican primary for the Senate seat currently held by retiring Senator Mike Johanns, marking the trail of shifting public opinion, as well as marking the backslide of establishment effectiveness.
Throughout the past three years, the Republican leadership has done what it could to remove tea party and conservative influence from any portion of the party, as well as within the Capitol buildings in the States and National government. Boehner has purged conservatives from committees, McConnell has overtly and covertly worked against conservative efforts to dismantle Obamacare, Priebus has disrespected conservative darling Sarah Palin, and made jokes about constitutional lawyer and activist leader Mark Levin, the National Republican Senatorial Committee, led by Jerry Moran and ex-Cantor staffers have smeared every conservative the Senate Conservatives Fund has backed, the RNC has made rules that work to keep anyone not anointed by leadership off ballots, and on and on. And all of that effort has been quite public, with each participant in the hoped-for demise of the tea party and talk radio influence, using cocky slams to try to appear more in control; Boehners, Its too hard, and McConnells, crush the tea party, are examples, just to name a couple.
And like any attempt to control the free, the establishment is causing a surge of super-activism against them.
The grassroots have been told many times, when we have questioned the direction and the top-down authoritarian nature of the current leadership, that we Republicans are one big family, and we are going to have our disagreements, and that in the end, we should all just try to get along and work together. But then, when we put up a candidate, they fight us like hell, smearing us and our candidates just for daring to win.
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I frankly cant wait for the day someone tells the jug eared narcissist “we won - get over it”
I have no doubt in my mind that McConnell and his cohorts in the GOP Establishment are working in concert with the RATs in encouraging the IRS to target conservatives and conservative groups.
I see no difference between Harry Reid and Mitch McConnell, truth be told.
Although I understand your sentiment, gloating can wait. It’s a distraction.
Keep pushing out the RINOs and putting our people in, one candidate at a time.
Eyes on the prize, my friend...
Looks like there is a real chance Eric Cantor could be defeated by a true Conservative. Read the article I’ve linked below:
When you win, say little. When you lose, say less.