The Establishment GOP VS. Conservatives – Chris Christie Edition – As If More Evidence Was Needed…

Chris+Christie+New+York+City+Commemorates+6DLnjh7ffydlThe latest example of how establishment Republicans, “Decepticons”, are diametrically opposed to conservative principles comes directly from RGA President Chris Christie.

But before we get to Christie, let’s just recap the last few months.

The establishment GOP party refused to support Republican Ken Cuccinelli in Virginia.  Establishment class Mitch McConnell and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Tom Donohue, announce their three priorities:

  • Full implementation of ObamaCare without removal.
  • Amnesty for Illegal Aliens wrapped in “Comprehensive Immigration Reform”.
  • Full implementation of Common Core federal control over education.

McConnell, the CoC and NRSC then formulate the plan.  The CoC then publicizes the fact they will not support any primary challenges against establishment incumbents.   Ted Cruz and Rand Paul decide to go along with the CoC objectives and stay out of any race with incumbents.

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Political Pundit, and GOP Establishment “Bag Man”, Karl Rove, then lies about his SuperPac support – also for Thad Cochran.   Rove said they would not contribute to the primary runoff – then sent $50,000 and tried to hide it.

The National Republican Senatorial Committee then funds racist attack ads in Mississippi against conservative candidate, Republican Chris McDaniel.    Ted Cruz happens to be the Vice Chair of the NRSC.  Then GOP lead dog Mitch McConnell holds a fundraiser to support Thad Cochran against Chris McDaniel and then sends money to former RGA head Haley Barbour to use, through Barbour’s SuperPac, and buy Democrat voters to support Cochran.    They turn to former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg for additional financial support.

GOP enabler, media pundit and rabid Chris Christie supporter, Ann Coulter, then attacks anyone in Mississippi who outlines the fraud within the Republican elites.  She is quickly aided in her marginalization efforts by Tucker Carlson.

Now you have New Jersey “Republican” Governor, and head of the current Republican Governors Association, Chris Christie, telling the Republican Governor candidate in New York, Conservative Rob Astorino, that he will not get any support from the RGA to challenge Democrat Candidate Andrew Cuomo.

This coincides with establishment favorite Jeb Bush saying the border crisis must be used to get amnesty accomplished;  and both John McCain and Lyndsey Graham espousing the same opinion while advocating to give President Obama his full $3.7 billion supplemental budget request toward that end.

Then you’ve got media pundits Glenn Beck and Dana Loesch assisting President Obama by creating a false construct of the illegal alien influx framed as a “humanitarian crisis“.

Barack Obama, John Boehner

Tell me again what the difference is between the “establishment GOP” and the Democrats?   Because I’m certainly not seeing one.

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43 Responses to The Establishment GOP VS. Conservatives – Chris Christie Edition – As If More Evidence Was Needed…

  1. maryfrommarin says:

    You are seeing correctly, SD–or “not seeing”, as the case may be.

    There is no difference there to be seen.

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  2. ytz4mee says:

    They are all beholden to the same masters.

    Oh, look …. squirrel!

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  3. harrydweeks says:

    Our only hope is that most of these old bastards will die soon.

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  4. justfactsplz says:

    The three items they want to accomplish are not good agendas for America. Amnesty to all of these illegal aliens will forever affect our culture, economy, and safety. Obama Care is already an epic failure and costing millions of dollars. Common Core gives the government control over our children who do not belong to them. The republican party must be purged of these undesirables even if it means voting for their democratic opponents to accomplish it. These men do not hold our conservative values.

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  5. michellc says:

    There is no difference. The bigger question is what do we do?

    I always think back to the communist goals and one of those being to take over a political party, that they’ve done with the democrats, but they’ve managed to go farther than I think even they anticipated and have managed to take over a huge portion of the republican party as well.

    We always tell each other to work at the local level, educate, protest, etc., but it seems like we’re fighting a forest fire with a garden hose full of holes.

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    • Shibbity Boo says:

      Of course, the solution is local work. The liberal arts majors just need to understand the difference between work and force.

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  6. Sentient says:

    Thank you for reminding people of Ted Cruz’s perfidy. In addition to his duplicity, he’s a big showboat and couldn’t conceivably win the presidency, since he’s so damned annoying.

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    • arttart1983 says:

      Sentient ~ you just have to laugh. I too don’t think T Cruz stands a chance in hell of winning the presidency/narcissism is the only reason I can think of that allows him to think he could win.

      The same w/Biden, LOL, he too thinks he’s a viable candidate & could win the presidency. The Obama Administration has done everything possible to shut Biden up as to the hilarious gaffes he makes when allowed to speak for several days in a row.

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  7. arttart1983 says:

    I saw an interview today on FOX in which Lindsey Graham was asked about the “border issue” & Obama’s request for 3.8 billion. Lindsey Graham stated emphatically “he wouldn’t vote for any money for the Obama/border crisis UNLESS it encompassed securing of the border first.” I believed him, we’ll have to wait to see how he votes which will prove if he was honest.

    Mitch McConnell may well lose his butt in the fall election, I was reading an article yesterday about the grumbling within the Republican Senators that it’s a likelihood, many Senators have spoken up already for McConnell’s position & he hasn’t lost yet.

    Ted Cruz held a meeting w/20 House conservatives encouraging them NOT to put forth a Republican answer to Obama’s request for the 3.8 billion knowing that H. Land Security has said “the existing money will run out in the middle of August,” WHILE the Senate/House are on vacation. imo, T Cruz is misguided/underestimates how sick/tired the public is, “the Hill” article points out, it will give Obama 4-5 weeks to bash the “do nothing Congress,” imo, people are TIRED of nothing getting done, but continuing to whine/complain doesn’t get the Republicans anywhere or put them in a favorable light w/the public, doing nothing validates a lot of complaints that they “do nothing.” It would seem any response to the 3.8 billion request from Obama would be better than doing nothing by the Republicans, supposedly, they will have something presented by Monday w/ONLY 4 more days before vacation! As slowly as things move in Congress, a vote isn’t likely as they well know.

    ‘House Republicans fear backlash from punting border bill to the fall’

    Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) met with a group of over 20 House conservatives Wednesday, where he pushed them to NOT to pass a spending package for the border. He warned that Senate Democrats would take their bill, replace it with their own priorities, and send it back.

    http://thehill.com/homenews/house/213298-republicans-fear-backlash-from-punting-border-bill-to-the-fall

    imo, they better fear a backlash, they better use common sense INSTEAD of listening to T Cruz on this issue, it defies common sense, OR, T Cruz has lost touch w/what the public thinks about Congress, I don’t think their approval rate can get any lower. If they listen to Cruz & do nothing, when they all return from vacation, there won’t be much time left before the fall elections. If T Cruz is successful in influencing enough of his peers & nothing is proposed or gets done, I will have no sympathy when Obama relentlessly bashes the “do nothing Congress” for 5 weeks.

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  8. doodahdaze says:

    Cut to the bone. The objective evidence points to a fundamental change. A borderless North America eventually. A Financial Union similar to the European Union. I have been there. There are no border checkpoints and now the Euro closed the deal of common currency. Are you old enough to remember Marks, and Franks, and Lire? Who knows maybe Dollars and Pesos will go the same way in the future. Same thing is the goal here. Same goal in the ME too. That is why all the so called conspiracy nuts talk about the Amero currency. The US and ME are harder nuts to crack than Europe was. But the evidence is there if one looks from that perspective. If you start with that conclusion and analyze the facts and rules it makes a good argument for it. All under the rule of the so called International Community. It just appears that way to me after some simple research. Hope I am wrong in my analysis.

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  9. dsb steve says:

    Who would you rather have in the White House? Elizabeth Warren, Hillary, Christie, Jeb or Mitt? What about in charge of the Senate? Mitch McConnell, Harry Reid, Dick Durbin or Chuck Schumer? Boehner or Pelosi? The republican in all of the choices would be a lot less destructive of the country.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Now I mght have to hurl just thinking about it.

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    • Menagerie says:

      I see little difference. The Republican choices just might be a little slower and more covert in the destruction of our country.

      We are now at a sink or swim crossroads. We must have true gravel in the gut and spit in the eye leaders or we sink. Nothing short of great courage, pure character and the willingness to face the hardships we must endure from tough, tough choices will suffice.

      The odd of finding a few leaders like that? A lot better than the odds of getting Americans to realize they no longer have easy choices.

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      • dsb steve says:

        My idea is to support and push state secession. Or enhanced states rights if that scares you. But I do not hear that discussed on sites like this one where republicans want radical change. So I figure we all have to settle for the best we can get – which is mainstream republicans.

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    • Attorney says:

      You are utterly mistaken. An Establishment candidate will simply continue to pull the nation Left and continue to ruin any chances of a conservative takeover of the GOP. They will entrench the power structure even further and people will then believe that “conservatives” are causing the problem rather than Left-wing Republicans and Democrats. I would rather have 4 years of hell blamed on liberal democrats and the GOP eventually taken over by conservatives than muddling through to our final hellish destination with these despicable RINOs leading the charge to their own pocketbooks.

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  10. arttart1983 says:

    What scares me is I continue to read Obama met w/immigration strategist/leaders/advocates at the end of June & inferred he will sign an “executive order” granting “legalization” to millions of illegals, & increase the work visas, he too will likely do something for all the “illegal kids.” I read yesterday, it will be closer to the Fall elections & Obama realizes that it may hurt venerable Democrats in the Senate, but he feels it would only be “short term.” imo, if Obama chooses to defy the American public in favor of 8.8 million Advocates for illegals, the consequences will be long term because taxpayers will pay forever, they won’t forget.

    Obama was FOR changes to the 2008 law that he has hung his hat on to allow “illegals” under 18 to stay until their immigration hearing. THEN he changed that position when he took heat from illegal advocates w/a voting block of 8.8 %.

    ‘Sessions Warns ALL of Congress: Obama’s new immigration Strategy Threatens Foundation of Our Constitutional Republics’

    “Obama made it clear he would press his executive powers to the limit,” Garrett wrote on July 3, as cited by Sessions. “He gave quiet credence to recommendations from La Raza and other immigration groups that between 5 million to 6 million adult illegal immigrants could be spared deportation under a similar form of deferred adjudication he ordered for the so-called Dreamers in June 2012.”

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/07/14/EXCLUSIVE-Sessions-Warns-All-Of-Congress-Obama-s-New-Immigration-Strategy-Threatens-Foundation-Of-Our-Constitutional-Republic

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  11. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    The entire scenario could have simply been explained as a party strategy to support their own mainstream candidates because (they believe) those establishment candidates would be more electable, and would give them a better chance to support Republican governors who could help wrest control of the Senate from Harry Reid and his coalition of useful idiots. That is what the RNC has claimed, right?

    But, with this fact on record…

    “Now you have New Jersey “Republican” Governor, and head of the current Republican Governors Association, Chris Christie, telling the Republican Governor candidate in New York, Conservative Rob Astorino, that he will not get any support from the RGA to challenge Democrat Candidate Andrew Cuomo.”

    …that charade falls completely away. It seems they would prefer that a Democrat remain as governor of New York, rather than assist a true Conservative. This defines Christie, and outlines the true intentions of the RNC. They are C of C all the way, baby!

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    • Josh says:

      Just picked up my mail. In it was a Thank-You-For-The-Contribution letter from Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino who is running for NY Governor. 🙂

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  12. UPDATE on Astorino

    Astorino could barely get in the door of this week’s gathering of the Republican Governors Association in Aspen, Colo., where he hoped to persuade the New Jersey governor to back his longshot campaign against Gov. Cuomo.

    Astorino’s campaign confirmed that governors’ association officials had encouraged Astorino not to attend their Executive Roundtable meeting, which began Wednesday, so as to avoid a confrontation with Christie.

    Astorino went to the Aspen meeting anyway but got the brush off when he spoke briefly to Christie at a dinner Wednesday night.

    Astorino said four other governors — Mike Pence of Indiana, Nikki Haley of South Carolina, Rick Perry of Texas and Bobby Jindal of Louisiana — have agreed to help his campaign.

    “The Aspen trip made it clear that governors from around the nation will be helping County Executive Astorino become Governor Astorino,” said Astorino campaign spokeswoman Jessica Proud. “It also made it clear that RGA Chairman Chris Christie will not be among them. We can live with that and we will move on.”

    Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/rob-astorino-snubbed-gop-bigs-governors-association-meeting-article-1.1879650#ixzz38VAY9qx7

    I love to see Chris Christie’s face when Astorino wins in November.

    Yea, Christie will make a great President. My assorino.

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  13. labrat says:

    I realize the reality that many in the GOP are not on the side of conservatives. What I really don’t understand is why. Behind every politician is money. Who is profiting from these policy positions? Why is amnesty, common core and Obamacare profitable to them? Who benefits?

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    • Josh says:

      All good questions …

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      Who benefits? The CofC and the Corporatists they represent, which equates to BIG money for key candidates,and their campaigns. Obviously, Constitutional Conservatives will not be among them, since their ideologies will not support any of those three planks. The establishment RINOs have already been bought off.

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      • labrat says:

        How do they benefit? One could argue that mass immigration would drive down wages and labor costs, but in the US – the lower ones wages the higher ones benefits and the higher taxes need to be to pay for it? Who benefits from Obamacare besides bureaucrats? Most providers are crumbling under crushing regulatory environment in HC. Who benefits from a dumbed down America? Any benefits seem awfully short sighted to me.

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        • Josh says:

          Yes, the question(s) remain.

          “Any benefits seem awfully short sighted to me.” No one’s ever accused them of looking long range.

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        • JudgyOnAWebsite says:

          Who DO we have? Can we do a write-in campaign for FOX’s Greg Gutfeld? (Purely based on his “likability”–his daily monologues on “The Five” are great, & a little self-deprecating humor might be refreshing after President Smugly). I’d had high-ish hopes for Rand Paul & less high ones for Ted Cruz. Is there any chance we could win by drafting one of the VERY few conservative Hollywood actors, since Ah-nold & Reagan’s name-recognition obviously helped them, and maybe there’s SOME way to interest the Millennials or the low-infos that way? (I’m fully expecting Hillary will capture a massive amount of votes simply “because”, along with votes from the idiots who genuinely believe “it’s her turn”). I’m not thinking Ted Nugent of course, but maybe Gary Sinise? Half-kidding, but it IS scary to feel like we have no one. Oh Sundance, wish YOU could step in!

          I too have been curious as to the WHYs behind these turncoats. I gather that those who are already comfortably wealthy likely feel as though the MASSIVE crime waves that will be coming as a direct result of importing Super-Sized numbers of people who have little regard for the rule of law will not affect THEM at all, but how can they be so sure about that? The streets of Manhattan are hardly gated communities, and I don’t see how the dumping of 3000 UACs already in uber-liberal California can be expected NOT to affect some of the ritziest enclaves, as well as the neighborhoods HUD will shove them into. Illegals here LOVE to drive cars, they even stage tons of “accidents”, since many of them also LOVE insurance fraud. Plus we’ll be letting ’em have Drivers’ Licenses, probably without them having to show ANY documents, not even the now-irrelevant “Matricular Consular” cards. So it’s not like the ones who’ll choose to be outright criminals won’t be able to move around. How are these decepticons so darn sure that they themselves will remain untouchable, that they’ll ALWAYS maintain enough wealth to cocoon themselves from the Third World Latrine we will become? I get it that the conspiracy theories are no longer just theories, but it feels like something’s missing, these are HUGE stakes to gamble on, plus aren’t any of the deceivers worried about their SOULS? Even “karma”?? (Hey, I’m in California–people here love the concept of karma. I wish the Establishment believed in it).

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