The Establishment Republican Party Takes Aim To Destroy Conservative Ranks and The Tea Party – For Only One Reason…..

An “Un-Civil War Inside The GOP”?   You are seeing it come out in discussion. Some pundits are talking about it;  but few, if any, are connecting the dots, walking out the long term consequences, and talking about the real “why now” reason.

Mitch McConnellTOO BIG TO FAIL – The white wine spritzer drinking -crust-less sandwich triangle eating- crowd of big money donors, are now being leveraged by the establishment class of entrenched, power hungry, old school, K-Street Republicans for one reason, and one reason only.

Their king, Mitch McConnell, is in trouble. And they consider him Too Big To Fail.

Insert URGENT Bailout DEMAND Here.

Period. Full stop. End of reason.

FOLLOW THE DOMINOS – The uncivil war within the GOP will immediately stop if Mitch McConnell can be defeated in the Kentucky primary race.   Between now and that moment  the uncivil war will continue in exponentially increasing intensity as piles and piles of cash are demanded by the Decepticon Establishment class.

If McConnell wins his primary challenge – Then King George will advance his financial army to defend his other interests.

Everything today, tomorrow and in the future is contingent upon Mitch McConnell and Kentucky.

Everything…… E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G.

Mitch McConnell 3

WALK IT OUT – If McConnell can be defeated in 2014  – Then Jeb Bush might not be the 2016 candidate for President. Period.

If McConnell wins his 2014 primary – Then Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio or Chris Christie WILL BE the 2016 candidate for President. Period.

If McConnell is defeated in 2014 – The financial donors will recognize their money is *futile* against the will of a committed and conservative electorate.

If McConnell wins his 2014 primary – Then financial donors will be promised self-serving “indulgences” to keep pouring in the cash, and protecting the establishment seats at the government trough.

Everything is contingent on Kentucky’s Senate Race in May 2014.

The Primary race for 2016 Presidential politics is dependent on the Kentucky Senate race primary outcome in May 2014.

If McConnell is defeated in 2014, then a 2016 GOP primary field will have many possibilities.

If McConnell wins in 2014,  the 2016 GOP Primary is done.  The field is hand picked, first with Jeb Bush.  The decision is over.    Baked into the choice of the Decepticon cake.

That’s why the Republican establishment did not want a Virginia win.     They wanted a contrast between a New Jersey ‘establishment class’ win and a Virginia ‘tea party’ loss.

That’s also why the U.S. Chamber of Commerce did not spend a dime on Ken Cuccinelli.   And why Mitch McConnell warned every establishment GOP table-sitter to stay away from supporting Cuccinelli lest they feel the ire of a dry coffer.

Monetary leverage – Period.

McConnell and the rest of his ilk-minded Decepticon class wanted a clear recent Christine O’Donnell-type optic to use as leverage against the Tea Party Conservatives.

They, including Karl Rove, wanted Cuccinelli to be the next O’Donnell example.

And they wanted Jeb Bush, or Marco Rubio, or Chris Christie positioned as their Great Hope.    That was their goal.

Speaking of the Chamber of Commerce.    The wife of the new NRSC head, Josh Holmes, is Blair Latoff, aka: Mrs. Josh Holmes, who is, wait for it…… the senior director of communications at the United States Chamber of Commerce in Washington.

Who is her husband, National Republican Senatorial Campaign head, Josh Holmes?   Why he’s the former Chief of Staff for, wait for it…….   Mitch McConnell.   D’oh.

So when you see National Republican Senatorial Committee Josh Holmes threaten anyone who would support a primary challenge against his boss Mitch McConnell, which he has done, it is for one reason only.   Protect King McConnell at all costs.

If you want to finally bring down the pure filth that infects the Republican Party – you must kill the snake by cutting off the head.

Kentucky Senator, Mitch McConnell, must be defeated.  Period.

matt bevinMcConnell is being primary challenged by Matt Bevin.

The Senate Conservatives Fund, who gave us Mike Lee, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz, are supporting Matt Bevin against McConnell.   But that’s not the real issue – Nor is it the real goal.

NUCLEAR OPTION DEFCON 5 –  Sure, we hope Matt Bevin can defeat McConnell, and we’ll work our butt off to insure he can.    If enough Kentuckians wake up, we’re sure he can.   But the goal is to DEFEAT McConnell.

It doesn’t matter if relatively unknown Matt Bevin suddenly wakes up tomorrow morning and don’s a fruit filled Carmen Miranda hat.  Then wears 5 inch heels with a skater skirt, and does laps around the White House while twerking tourists and carrying a Hillary in 2016 banner – VOTE for him.

The goal is to DEFEAT Mitch McConnell.  Period.

That is the first domino.

If that can be achieved all other Decepticons will be on notice.  No-one will be too big, or too necessary, to fail.  Period.

If McConnell can be defeated not only will the heavy hand of Decepticon pressure be removed from the throat of scared-to-act conservatives; but also the 2016 presidential primary race opens up for the possibilities of a Rand Paul, or Ted Cruz, or (fill in the blank).

If McConnell wins then all money and structural/logistical support will go to supporting establishment Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, or Chris Christie in 2016.  Period.

I don’t give a flip what anyone says, that specific outcome will lead to a 3rd party candidate.

If Mitch McConnell wins re-election, we will get a Jeb Bush type candidate, and we will end up with a 3rd party filled with rightly disenfranchised conservatives.

Conversely you can see, if Mitch McConnell can be defeated in 2014 there will be less of a potential for a 3rd party in 2016 because the primary participants will be level and wide open.

Everything about the conservative movement, and the Tea Party, going forward into 2014 and 2016, is contingent upon Mitch McConnell losing in the GOP primary race in May of 2014.

I hate to be so brutal and bold about it, but if McConnell wins –  It’s all over.

So watch out for the entire Democratic psy-ops machine to get invisibly behind McConnell,  and guide along a Kentucky victory for the guy they love to face as an opponent easy to dupe.

THAT level of importance is behind the root cause of these articles outlining the NEW Super-Pacs who are organized for one reason only – to protect, in general, the Decepticon class in 2014, and more specifically the head of that entire construct, Mitch McConnell.

American Patriot

Reference material:

Rush Limbaugh is pissed – click here

The Senate Conservative Fund is pissed – click here

Conservatives are furious at Mitch McConnell’s self-serving manipulation – click here

The Decepticons don’t like being caught in the sunlight – click here

The Decepticons begin to organize secret attack super-pacs to destroy conservates – click here 

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121 Responses to The Establishment Republican Party Takes Aim To Destroy Conservative Ranks and The Tea Party – For Only One Reason…..

  1. PatriotUSA says:

    Now is NOT the time to fold your hand and give up as the fate of our republic hangs in the balance. More importantly, the fate of our children, their children and generations beyond, hang in the balance. I just cannot think of a better way how to say how important defeating these RINO traitors is. Excellent explanation, sundance. Re-posted this over at Patriot’s Corner.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      I still think it better to let them have the GOP. Start another party. This mantra of taking over the GOP is never gonna happen. We are the RINO not them. They actually seem more like the modern whig party. They are gonna nominate another whig as designated loser.

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      • stella says:

        NOPE. Third party is a last resort. WHY? Third parties don’t win. Hasn’t happened since before the Civil War. Could it happen again? Sure, but not likely.

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        • LetJusticePrevail" says:

          Totally agreed. Establishing a third party is a sure way to lead conservatives into oblivion. It will NOT siphon votes from the ranks of the Dems, and will only fracture the GOP even more, handing victories to the Dems in the process. The Virginia gubernatorial race is a perfect example of what results from the presence of a third party (albeit libertarian) candidate. Despite his Tea-Party affiliations, Cuccinelli nearly won the election BECAUSE of his conservative values, not in spite of them.

          If the establishment republicans are not willing to compromise with conservatives by shifting further to the right, then the conservatives need to continue the battles in the primaries and secure the nominations for conservative candidates.

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        • canadacan says:

          You are absolutely right a third party is a losers idea ,let me repeat myself a third party is a losers idea ,again let me repeat myself a third party is a losers idea.

          If you want to really save this country you will get off your ass and defeat McConnell.
          He is not very popular where he is. We came within striking distance in Virginia against tremendous odds. Learn from this and apply the Dr Mark Levin
          orange juice can theory.
          This is life and death everything and everybody at this site must totally be focused on defeating McConnell nothing else

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        • doodahdaze says:

          I have heard this for 25 years. It will be the same 25 years from now I bet. But at least you get a little lip service in election years and a couple benefits they have to stand on like 2nd amendment. Lookit McCain and Graham. Election year marvels.

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        • canadacan says:

          A third party would be absolutely stupid it would be absolutely fatal. Hey third-party ensures a Democrat win.
          Anybody that Supports the idea of a third party right now is a moron, In my opinion. Repeat anybody that supports the idea of a third party right now is a moron in my opinion

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      • Aslan's Girl says:

        If we do not defeat the RINOs within the party, we will never win again — see Cuccinelli. The RINO Establishment will do to others what they did to him.*
        If Christie is the nominee in ’16, I refuse to vote GOP. REFUSE. Reagan’s litmus test was a candidate one agreed with 80% of the time. With Christie, I agree — at most — 20%. I am not voting for that CAIR-approved, gay marriage supporting, amnesty lover. Nope.

        *I’ll add this too: I don’t just mean we as in conservatives will never win again. I mean we will never win again nationally, period. Establishment has run their choice since 1988 and they have won only 3 times (and Bush 2000 was squeeker by 600 votes in one state who lost the popular vote). We LOSE with the Establishment in charge. It’s not about “winning” because we don’t win regardless. We as a whole lose if an Establishment candidate runs and fails to beat the Dem (as usually happens) and conservatives lose if an Establishment candidate wins by accident (when Establishment choice Bush won we got NCLB, Medicaid pt D).

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  2. doodahdaze says:

    They have joined Obama at the hip in the war on Joe Six Pack. The war on the middle class. We be surrounded.

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    • Aslan's Girl says:

      Yes, the RINOs are as evil as Obama. A vote for an Establishment candidate is a vote for him. We know this is true because RINOs just voted for cloture which is exactly what Obama wanted. May as well be a bunch of Dems in the Senate.

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  3. dodo says:

    Hey, let’s concentrate on defeating DEMOCRATS!!! The thugocrats are laughing with glee. Time to get the abortion issue out of politics, incidentally.

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    • Menagerie says:

      Defeating Democrats with RINO’s is not an option for many off us. I will not whore my vote for the Republican establishment. And abortion will ever and always be my highest litmus test. Saving the lives of babies is a war to be fought everywhere and especially among the politicians.

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      • 1harpazo says:

        I am one of your “many”. I am a union member and have NEVER voted for union-recommended candidates because by and large, they are all pro-aborts. I’ve always voted on moral issues and not with my “pocket-book”. God will bless a morally upstanding nation which brings wealth to all and He will judge a morally bankrupt nation which leads to poverty for all.

        Now is the time to draw close to God through prayer and living a holy life and to share the good news of believing that God raised Jesus from the dead and confessing that Jesus is LORD with as many as possible. This leads to blessing in this life and eternal life with God when we draw our last breath. We should do this because He loved us first and that it is His desire that all come to repentance. Spread the Word!

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      • doodahdaze says:

        I am not voting for Scott or Bondi no matter what. But can’t vote for any democrat ever. OH NO! I am disenfranchised.

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    • Aslan's Girl says:

      Don’t you see? We CANNOT “defeat Democrats” UNTIL we defeat the RINOs within!! See what they did to Cuccinelli?? They will do this to others! We cannot win with them in charge. We cannot win with them in charge. We cannot win with them in charge!!
      The RINOs are SPIES working with the ENEMY. We cannot win until we get them out of leadership. Fighting RINOs **is** fighting for this country. It’s the first step.
      The Establishment candidates don’t “win” nationally anyway. We may as well have a guy we like for once. Even if he loses, well, the Establishment’s choice would lose too.
      Besides, is it really “winning” when — if the Establishment choice accidentally defeated the Dem — that person would just increase govmt anyway? Look at Bush — he was one of the only Establishment choices to “win” and we got bigger govmt, NCLB, Medicaid D, and the Patriot Act. Not really “winning”.

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      • Razz says:

        Don’t forget Bloomberg. He gave tons of money to the Libertarian candidate in a effort to take votes away from Cuccinelli. It’s not only the RINOs.

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      • Murse says:

        Exactly why we must donate to out-of-state campaigns. Cuccinelli nearly pulled it off. Think what the difference would have been if he had not been outspent by McAuliffe by several million dollars. Those tv ads are more important than they seem. Many people vote on the basis of what they hear in those ads. I have been encouraging my social network to support Matt Bevin in defeating Mitch McConnell. Many are starting to understand the need to support out of state candidates and we can aid that effort by sharing these ideas.

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  4. Coast says:

    “That’s why the Republican establishment did not want a Virginia win.”

    Received an email from the GOP just the other day wanting money…and mentioned that “we almost did it” in Virginia. What a bunch of rotten people.

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  5. myopiafree says:

    For the record. Obama-care, is a Ponzi scheme. Here is a short video on how no “cost analysis” was conducted by Paul Ryan. This is indeed the Tea Party’s thesis, which is just fiscal common sense.

    This ACA will destroy us financially, and will not truly help.

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  6. triage says:

    I stopped listening to Shawn Hannity for one reason. His continued friendship with Carl Rove. He has him on his show constantly fawning over him and calling him “The Architect” when Rove has announced his distain for the Tea Party. Also, Peggy Noonan and George Will both wrote very condescending articles about the Tea Party during the shut down. The just of their articles were to tell us that we need to change our behavior and cooperate with Mich McConnell and his ilk and that we were to unsophisticated to understand the problems involved with governing.

    We are alone in this fight but we are right. We have to expose Dems, GOP, so called conservative journalist, talk show host and all others who benefit and earn their living by maintaining the status quo. We have to find a way to fight big business and multinational cooperations as they are often apolitical and donate to both sides to insure they get their way ( i.e. amnesty).

    Thanks for another “call to arms” Sundance. I am donating to the Matt Bevin campaign today.

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  7. auscitizenmom says:

    Matt Bevin. Matt Bevin. Matt Bevin. Matt Bevin.

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  8. myopiafree says:

    Obama’s apology – is a big lie in itself. As in sorry that YOU are screwed up, and MUST LOSE YOUR INSURANCE. But it is your fault, the great “Obama-God”, regrets that you screwed up. Sorry about that!!

    http://townhall.com/tipsheet/guybenson/2013/47/08/roundup-media-pans-obamas-apology-n1743416?utm_source=thdaily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl

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  9. daveburton says:

    What a pack of lies. This article is delusional nonsense. Mitch McConnell is a solid pro-life conservative. He not only didn’t oppose Ken Cuccinelli, his PAC gave Cuccinelli’s campaign $5000.

    Do not believe the lies from Matt Hoskins & Eugene Delgaudio. They are sabotaging the Republican Party and the conservative movement, on behalf of Ron Paul’s RINOs and to boost their own fundraising scams. They’re worse RINOs even than Christie. They’re the ones who started the “uncivil war” in the GOP, and they are far, far less conservative than Karl Rove and Mitch McConnell, whom they falsely accuse of being liberals and a RINOs.

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    • michellc says:

      We do have eyes and ears.

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    • Tony Jordan says:

      Delusion, you say. I’m afraid I cannot put any credence to your comment simply because Mr. McConnel has already proven himself (no matter what you might say) to be quite uninterested in the needs and plight of normal Americans. He’s a “Bankster’s Boy” and an enemy to his nation in virtually every sense of the word.

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    • stella says:

      Not that I support Ron Paul, but you DO know that he spoke out against the supposed “Libertarian” candidate in Virginia, and urged his supporters to vote for Cuccinelli?

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      • daveburton says:

        He did, but only at the last minute, when it became clear that there was a strong chance that the libertarian would cost Cuccinelli the election. It was too little, too late.

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        • daveburton says:

          Mitch McConnell’s PAC, in by contrast, donated to Cuccinelli’s campaign as soon as it was clear that he would be the nominee, before he was even officially the Republican nominee.

          It is ironic to see Ron/Rand Paul supporters blame Mitch McConnell for Cuccinelli’s loss, considering that Mitch had been supporting Cuccinelli for over six months by the time that Ron Paul got around to endorsing him.

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          • sundance says:

            Totally misinformed. Intentionally Obtuse. Potentially psy-ops trolling on behalf of the establishment.

            http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/virginia-politics/republican-ken-cuccinelli-running-hard-has-been-hobbled-in-race-for-virginia-governor/2013/11/02/32bf6976-417b-11e3-8b74-d89d714ca4dd_story.html

            McConnell was furious a convention was used to select a GOP candidate in Virginia instead of a primary. In a primary the GOP establishment can/does position leverage. The primary is also open to manipulation by the Dems. McConnell backed Bolling 100%. When Cuccinelli won by convention McConnell made immediate phone calls and told his Chief of Staff as such. McConnells COS was, at the time, the husband of the current NRSC communications director.

            The establishment, including McConnell told donors to avoid Cuccinelli in an effort to isolate him.

            End of story.

            Quit with your games playing and obfuscations – that won’t cut it here.

            Next you will begin saying the “McConnell rule” proposal to give debt ceiling power to the executive branch is untrue.

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            • evierogue says:

              I’ll second all of that sundance.

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            • justfactsplz says:

              + a bunch!

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            • daveburton says:

              Talk about obfuscation!

              Sundance (whoever you are), you posted a link to a long article that doesn’t even mention McConnell to support your false claim that McConnell opposed Cucinelli. I guess you figured that most readers won’t check?

              You claim, with no evidence at all, that “when Cuccinelli won by convention” McConnell was furious, and that McConnell “told donors to avoid Cuccinelli,” yet the records show that McConnell’s own “Bluegrass Committee” PAC donated $5000 to Cuccinelli even before Cuccinelli won the nomination!

              Anyone can see that your claims are malicious nonsense. Nobody with any sense is going to believe that McConnell was telling other donors not to donate to Cuccinelli when he, himself, was donating!

              “Psy-ops trolling?” Please, get a grip. Make your allegiance to God’s truth, rather than your own prejudices. I post under my real name, with a link to one of my own web sites, which has my contact information. But you think I’m some sort of U.S. gov’t military psy-ops spook? Take a deep breath, deploy your anchor, and grab hard onto reality. It really is better.

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              • Nobody with any sense should try to deny (obfuscate) that McConnell and Cooch are from two different planets. McConnell is a wimp, and from one day to the next he’ll do or say whatever is expedient to his own interests, and/or that of the RNC and the rest of the RINO Establishment.

                PS: I cut my eyeteeth (in the military) studying the psy-ops of the opposition during the Cold War, and most recently of foreign and domestic terrorists. From that it’s no stretch at all to see that psy-ops is now the name of THE game in American politics.

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              • stella says:

                It really isn’t necessary to insult Sundance and, since this is his website, it’s also not very nice. If you had been threatened like he has, or had your children threatened, as a result of the Trayvon Martin coverage, you wouldn’t use your real name either. If you want to send us an email, you can do that. Whether or not someone uses their real name is immaterial. Stick to the facts, please.

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                • daveburton says:

                  stella wrote, “If you had been threatened like he has… as a result of the Trayvon Martin coverage, you wouldn’t use your real name either.”

                  But I have, stella. I was warned to leave a “Justice for Trayvon” rally in Raleigh because, I was told, “there are people here who will kill you,” for distributing this flier:

                  http://www.burtonsys.com/zimmerman_history.pdf

                  Then the police ordered me to leave, because they didn’t want any trouble. So I left.

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                  • stella says:

                    Did anyone set your car on fire in a police department parking lot? That’s just one thing.

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                  • daveburton says:

                    No, stella, that’s never happened to me. I didn’t know it had happened to sundance, either.

                    Also it’s easier for me to be public, because I have no children to worry about.

                    So I concede the point. I understand why sundance uses an alias. I think he is wise to do so.

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        • stella says:

          If he wanted the Libertarian to win, he would have kept his mouth closed, though.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      5k??? You mean he gave 5k? Wow. What a backer. Yougottabekiddingme. Are you blind? The Gopers hate the T Party. The red headed stepchildren. He is a solid paid off politician. When he is bought….he stays bought.

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      • daveburton says:

        No, we GOP conservative grassroots activists hate that lying libertarian/Ron-Paul RINOs and sleazy hacks like Matt Hoskins & Matt Kibbe are sabotaging the Republican Party and the conservative movement, and trying to hijack the conservative Tea Party uprising.

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        • stella says:

          The Republican Party spent $3,000,000 in Virginia this time around; last time it was $9,000,000. And you talk about $5,000? I could afford to spend that much, if I wanted to! McAuliffe had a California donor spending $400,000 a WEEK on ads that were anti-Cuccinelli.

          Lt. Governor Bill Bolling never did endorse Cuccinelli, and was outed as a traitor to the Republican Party when it was revealed he lobbied the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s PAC board to endorse McAuliffe over Cuccinelli. And the Chamber Of Commerce didn’t spend a dime towards his campaign. Apparently, the good old boys thought they could deal better with McAuliffe.

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        • Mike says:

          I have no particular stake in this conversation, but this is the first time I’ve every heard anyone call Ron Paul a “RINO.”

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  10. myopiafree says:

    We need to stop fighting each other – an focus on the pack-of-lies that are the Democrats.

    http://finance.townhall.com/columnists/johnransom/2013/11/09/the-great-democrat-policy-debate-are-we-wrong-or-just-liars-n1743622/page/2#

    +++++

    ATTENTION an important message from president Obama:

    When I am finished ‘Transforming the Fundamentals of the United States’ – I want to make this “Perfectly Clear”!

    If you like your job – you can keep your job – period.

    If you like your 401K – you can keep your 401K – period.

    If you like your freedom – you can keep your freedom – period.

    If you like your guns and Bibles – you can keep your guns and Bibles – period.

    If you like your Constitutional Republic – you can keep your Constitutional Republic – period.

    You can be confident and sure about ANY promise I make as president – I keep my promises – period.

    ++++

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    • evierogue says:

      Need to tell that to Boehner and co. I can never completely understand (except for K street, that is the most glaring motivator) why the conservative estabulary at large so insistently wants to shoot itself in the foot, the knee, the hand, always giving the neoglibs exactly what they want. If it is truly all about K $treet then they are even worse enemies of this country than the glibs are and they absolutely must be voted into history.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Right. Example Juan Williams. He should be captured in a net by men in white coats, put in a padded cell in a straight jacket and locked away. He is an obvious lunatic. A pack of lies is to him reality.

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  11. Ivan Awfulitch says:

    I already contributed to Matt Bevin’s campaign in Kentucky, and I live in Washington State. I was shocked to see Mitch fall in line with Zero’s agenda over and over. Boehner is McConnell’s twin.
    I wrote a note to Reince Priebus, Chairman of the RNC, and explained my position. My parents were Republicans, my wife and I have been Republicans, up until a couple years ago. I could not hold my nose anymore and continue to support the Republican ticket; McCain! Give me a break!
    So I gave notice that I will no longer be donating to the GOP, but to the individual candidates that I trust still have a respect for the Constitution and truly believe in fiscal conservatism and smaller government. That is why I sent $$ to Matt Bevin. It is just the beginning. Until we get a platform of true reformers with a backbone, we will continue to get the results we have been getting, scandal after scandal: Fast & Furious, Benghazi, Muslim Brotherhood infiltration in government, NSA monitoring our phones and email, IRS targeting conservatives, gun control and the small arms treaty, Clapper and Holder lying under oath to Congress with no repercussions, OBAMACARE, our scandalous national debt, and I could go on and on.

    Never Submit!

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Darn! I am an Independent. Now I wish I had been donating to the GOP so I could write and tell them that I am not donating anymore.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      If you liked McCain and Romney, you will just love Christie. Designated loser 2016.

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      • daveburton says:

        Worse than McCain. McCain at least is pro-life. Christie & Romney both became pro-life due to personal experiences that just happened to coincide with political expedience.

        McConnell and Boehner, OTOH, are strong pro-life, pro-family conservatives.

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        • sundance says:

          AND BIG SPENDERS. Including support for Obamacare by not standing firm on the Cloture vote in an effort to defund it.

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          • daveburton says:

            The cloture votes weren’t about whether to defund ObamaCare. They were about whether the REPUBLICANS should force a gov’t shutdown.

            Ultimately, the vote for cloture after Cruz’s 21-hour speech was 100-to-zero. Even Cruz voted for cloture.

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        • michellc says:

          Is it really too much to ask for to have a candidate that is pro-life, pro-God, pro-family, anti-tax, less-regulation, less-spending, smaller-government, pro-Constitution, isn’t that supposed to be conservative?
          That’s my litmus test and from now on if that’s not the actions of a candidate, not just his words, but his/her actions, I’m not voting for them and certainly not raising one finger to help them get elected.

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  12. annieoakley says:

    Matt Bevin, Matt Bevin, Matt Bevin. Karl Rove gave us Bob Dole to run against Clinton?

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  13. Shannon says:

    If Sarah Palin gets on board and tours Kentucky, Bevin might pull it off.

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    • Razz says:

      Uh, I hope Palin stays in Alaska. She is very polarizing and she yaps way too much when she just needs to shut up. I cringed when I saw her with Cruz at the vetetans protest.

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      • daveburton says:

        Hush. I {heart} Sarah!

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      • stella says:

        The only reason she is “polarizing” is because the libs are afraid of her, so they attack. Is that the way we will respond to those who will never vote for a conservative? Give in? Why do we continue to be defined by those who hate us? Why do we allow it?

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        • Razz says:

          I hate to break this to you Stella but most educated fiscal conservative women do not like her. The liberals love her because she turns off many of us conservatives. I am sorry Dave, but she needs to learn to say in 5 words what she usually says in 50.

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          • stella says:

            Since I am a fiscally conservative woman, I take exception to that. I would say that 90% of the women on this site agree with me. Where did you get your statistics? Do you have a link?

            You have a right to your opinion, of course, but you don’t have a right to your own facts. Prove it.

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            • auscitizenmom says:

              Well, you can count me as number 2 in your 90%. I agree with you.

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            • Razz says:

              Well then, why don’t you prove the 90% since you’re the one throwing out percentages and you are part of the adm of this website. And if what you say is true, this website is partially the wrong one for me. No
              serious candidate, tea party, republican, or otherwise would be wise to embrace her. She talks too much saying the same thing over and over again; she quit the governorship; her husband holds too much influence over what she does; and I really don’t think she’s all that smart.

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              • WeeWeed says:

                She’s plenty smart, and the progs are scared sh!tless of people like Palin and Cruz.

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              • auscitizenmom says:

                http://townhall.com/columnists/johnhawkins/2013/05/07/the-7-most-despicable-ways-liberals-have-attacked-sarah-palin-n1589064
                “1) She was sued out of the governor’s office
                2) Sarah Palin was falsely blamed for the attack on Gabrielle Giffords
                3) Hustler did a porn movie about her called, “Who’s Nailin’ Paylin?”:
                4) Her Email was hacked
                5) David Letterman made a statutory rape joke about Sarah Palin’s daughter
                6) Andrew Sullivan pushed a crazy Trig Truther conspiracy theory
                7) A stalker/journalist moved in next door”

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              • stella says:

                I suppose we could take a vote. You said that “most educated fiscal conservative women do not like her”. I asked you where you got that – who is most? Is there anything that says that definitively, or is that just your opinion based on some people you know? If you don’t think you belong here, well that’s something you will have to decide.

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                • Razz says:

                  Stella, I should not have used such a broad statement. What I should have said… all the educated, fiscally conservative women I know (and that number is considerable) cannot stand Sarah Palin. And in response to
                  Palin quitting her job as Governor of Alaska, it’s because she couldn’t stand the heat and because she had an opportunity to make a chunk of change while “her brand” was still…..ummm…marketable. I don’t care if she was being sued or spied upon, you don’t quit on the people who elected you. I would have had at least a shred of respect for her had she stuck it out.

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                  • stella says:

                    Doing a search by category “Sarah Palin”, there are 112 posts. If you want to see them, you can do that by using the search box in the upper left corner of the page.

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                  • Razz says:

                    Sorry Stella-I know all I need to know about projectile verbage, hoping something from all that needless verbage resonates with someone…anyone.., Sarah Palin.

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                  • stella says:

                    I don’t think I’ve ever hated someone that I don’t know who never did anything to me. What’s it like?

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                  • Razz says:

                    Wha?? Hate is a pretty strong word there
                    Stella. I don’t hate Palin. But I certainly do not respect her. And I’m sorry you can’t see the difference.

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                  • auscitizenmom says:

                    1) She was sued out of the governor’s office: Most people just note that Sarah Palin “quit” as governor of Alaska without pointing out the “why” behind it. Palin spent more than half a million dollars defending herself from frivolous ethics charges filed against her after she was on the 2008 ticket. Because of a since-fixed quirk in Alaska law, the Palin family had to pay all of these legal bills out of their own pocket. So in other words, it was COSTING Sarah Palin hundreds of thousands of dollars per year to be governor and without the financial resources she has today, it was putting a lot of financial strain on her family. Nobody should be put in a position where she has to choose between serving as governor or bankrupting her family fending off meritless, politically motivated lawsuits. http://townhall.com/columnists/johnhawkins/2013/05/07/the-7-most-despicable-ways-liberals-have-attacked-sarah-palin-n1589064/page/2

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          • auscitizenmom says:

            I actually like to hear what she has to say. I think some people find her annoying, just like a lot of men find a lot of women annoying. I personally find that annoying.

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            • michellc says:

              I will admit when she was running with McCain I didn’t like her much, part of that was due to I couldn’t stand McCain and that slanted my opinion, part of it was they put a leash and gag on her. I still though liked her tons more than McCain and I will always believe most of his votes were for her and not him. Once she was out of the shadows of McCain and could truly speak for herself, I started to like and respect her.
              Maybe I’m just not educated or fiscally conservative enough.

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          • evierogue says:

            Razz i’m a fiscally conservative woman. I’m not a huge fan of Sarah but she’s certainly on my side of the equation, and she has been so wrongly vilified that it galls me. Just as stella said that’s because she is a strong voice against both the Dems and the establishment RINOs that continue to cave in and give the neolibs exactly what they want nearly all the time. “Like” her or not she’s one of us and I’ll stand behind her every way that I can.

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            • auscitizenmom says:

              +1

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            • Razz says:

              Yes, I agree Palin is on the right side of the equation. And in the beginning, her boldness was refreshing. But it has gotten old and she no longer represents me. And forgive me,
              but I am embarrassed by her now. I know I am not saying what “you” want to hear but my observations are valid and are felt by many that don’t comment here.

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          • daveburton says:

            Razz wrote, “I am sorry Dave, but she needs to learn to say in 5 words what she usually says in 50.”

            So your complaint about Sarah Palin is that she’s too verbose? Seriously??

            There are no perfect people, and there sure are no perfect politicians. I would be absolutely thrilled if we had more politicians whose biggest flaw was verbosity.

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            • auscitizenmom says:

              “So your complaint about Sarah Palin is that she’s too verbose? Seriously??” I’ve heard that said by men about a lot of women. I don’t consider it a legitimate complaint most of the time. I just consider the source.

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  14. evierogue says:

    This is interesting….and very apropos

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/09/world/europe/right-wings-surge-in-europe-has-the-establishment-rattled.html

    A friend of ours in Finland just yesterday used the word “turmoil” on his own behalf in asking me about the meaning of a scathing poem that i wrote. We are often crticized by euro friends but we are more of the same mind than they sometimes want to admit.

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  15. czarowniczy says:

    The establishment republican (yes, small ‘r’) hog herd’s scared sh*tless of the Tea Party as it threatens their tenures at the trough. How many Republicans have left the Senate/House with less money than they came in with? How many are living in Motel 6’s while serving? How many don’t belly-up to the special interest bar for major servings of campaign donations and ‘speakers’ fees’? Senator I heavily interacted with decades ago was a rather conservative guy but suddenly and inexplicably ‘lost’ to a new-to-the–state Republican who had a thin veneer of conservative glued on. He left office only to become a rep/lobbyist for a special interest and his pay was calculated by weight, not amount. Our chrome-plated Senator in Louisiana who helped craft the anti-lobbyist law that prevented Congressmen from becoming Congressional lobbyists for so many years after leaving office resigned shortly after he was reelected so that he could become a lobbyist before the deadline hit as it payed more to be a lobbyist than it did a Senator. Am honest light seems to scare not only roaches… Only option to them is to try and contaminate the Tea Party electees.
    (Disclaimer) I am not in the Tea Party.

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  16. Aslan's Girl says:

    Thank you, sundance, for this post. So, so true! We must defeat the RINOs in leadership or we will NEVER defeat the Dems again. Defeating the RINOs is the first step in saving our country.

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  17. Aslan's Girl says:

    If the RINOs weren’t in charge, we’d have Articles of Impeachment ready. So long as they rule, Obama rules.

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    • sundance says:

      Because I am a nice guy and don’t want anyone to waste their time, here is a quick list of those who won’t enjoy this post:

      1) People working for Mitch McConnell’s reelection.

      2) People who come from families that internalize everything rather than fight it out and get it over with.

      3) People who are Mitch McConnell.

      The last several weeks have brought to the fore some ugly realities that the establishment GOP was hoping it could deal with using its go-to conflict resolution strategy: put it off, hope the problem goes away and then perhaps a nap.

      http://www.freedomworks.org/blog/stephenkruiser/establishment-gop-vs-grassroots-civil-war-or-growi

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  18. This! And the picture this painted in my head will never go away! Too funny but exactly right on. Oh, but can you imagine the fun the Dems would have if this really happened? LOL It might be fun to do something like this as a prank just to watch them lose their minds! Hire a “look a like” for Mitch McConnell and turn him lose!

    “It doesn’t matter if relatively unknown Matt Bevin suddenly wakes up tomorrow morning and don’s a fruit filled Carmen Miranda hat. Then wears 5 inch heels with a skater skirt, and does laps around the White House while twerking tourists and carrying a Hillary in 2016 banner – VOTE for him.””

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  19. Page Turner says:

    How good is Bevin’s campaign organization? What can we do to get him the best? (I don’t live in KY) I will donate to his campaign but sense this election requires more.

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  20. The one who worries me the most is Christie. He’s as “Republican” as my neighbor’s chihuahua, but he knows exactly how to ply the voters. I’m guessing he could beat Hillary (gah) decisively, but… I can’t believe I’m even thinking this, must less putting it in print…. I’d almost prefer Hillary. (Please note, I did say ALMOST.)

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  21. Razz says:

    Uh….no thanks. I know all I need to know about projectile verbage Palin.

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    • stella says:

      I imagine you think that you do. If you read the townhall piece that auscitizenmom linked to, you will find that you DON’T know everything that you think you do.

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    • yankeeintx says:

      In response to” anyone…,Sarah Palin. First, I love the lady, I love the fact that she scares the crap out of libs, and she is not afraid and not deterred by anything they throw at her, but I know some people that don’t like her, even though they like her. What I mean by that is she can be a liability to getting the votes from the fence sitters and independants. When she does something like send the picture of the bloody bear to Piers Morgan, I thought it was great. The problem is that it bothers many that aren’t all Peta types, just people who are not into hunting (but don’t care if others do). It was just too “in your face”. I am not saying she needs to change her beliefs or values, just tone it down. We are in a situation where we need every vote we can get, and need to attract moderates. Giving a speech to a group from the tea party, needs to be different from a speech given in front of prospective voters trying to decide between the lesser of two evils.

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      • michellc says:

        My only problem with the bear pic was the gun, although she’s not stupid enough to have a loaded gun propped that way, it allowed the anti-gun crowd to paint gun owners as not practicing gun safety.
        Sometimes our side really needs to think some things through and how it can be used against us.
        I saw on Twitchy them taking a posed photo of a democrat aiming a rifle and they jumped on her that she was faking it because she didn’t have on eye and ear protection. That made our side look stupid, the gun looked like a .22 which I’ve never in my life shot with eye and ear protection. As a matter of fact the only time I’ve ever used eye and ear protection is in an enclosed area or when I’m target shooting with guns bigger than a .22.

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        • yankeeintx says:

          There are many urban dwellers that if they were starving, and you gave them a steer and a couple of chickens, would die of hunger. I know some that think hunting is cruel, because you can buy perfectly good meat at the store!
          There is nothing that Sarah can do that won’t be picked apart, because that is their tactics. She should be really careful when she is endorsing someone.

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          • michellc says:

            I’ve had to deal with so many yuppies over the years. The worst to me though are those who move out in the country on a couple of acres and are going to become homesteaders and grow all their own food. Then they won’t eat the eggs from the chickens much less eat the chickens because they’re now pets.
            They put deer corn out so they can experience the wildlife in their front yard and then are so shocked when the deer eat their garden, knock down their pretty split rail fence and the deer come after them.
            I can be kind of cruel sometimes, so I like to see their shocked face when they ask, “how could you kill poor little Bambi?” I always tell them if we don’t kill them there will be too many and they’re good to eat. Especially after ya sweeten them all up with all that corn.

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  22. creeper says:

    I threw a few bucks at Matt Bevin during his last campaign. Was stunned to receive a hand-written “Thank you”. He’ll be getting more from me. We need this man.

    Oh, BTW, some RINOs actually took Bevin to task for writing those notes. “Waste of time”, they said. No wonder we’re losing.

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  24. Victoria DeLacy says:

    It is RINOS like McConnell who are destroying the Republican Party and, by extension, the nation. What America needs are proven solidly conservative candidates to run and win between now and the next several years. I would be delighted to see a Ted Cruz for President ticket in 2016, although the establishment is more likely to select a Christie or someone equally deficient in conservatism. May God save America, and Cruz for President, to the saving of the American way of life!

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  25. ascomanni says:

    My wake up moment in regards to the Republican elite occurred when National Review fired John Derbyshire.

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  26. Mr. Working Guy says:

    That needed an executive summary.

    I’m a working man. I don’t have time to read that much maundering, pandering, and politicizing. Just give me the brief, and point me to more if I want to dig deeper.

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