Rule of GOP progressives challenged… “he most important battle in politics today is the one within the Republican Party, and the tea party movement didn’t start it. The GOP’s civil war began in 1912 when …”
Rule of GOP progressives challenged
commercialappeal.com ^ | 5/18/14 | Richard Viguerie
Posted on 5/18/2014, 8:34:07 AM by cotton1706
The most important battle in politics today is the one within the Republican Party, and the tea party movement didn’t start it. The GOP’s civil war began in 1912 when Teddy Roosevelt made progressivism the governing philosophy of the Republican establishment.
Viguerie Predicts \’Absolute\’ Bloodbath in 2014 GOP Primaries
Newsmax.com ^ | 10/22/13 | David Patten
Posted on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 4:36:45 PM by cotton1706
Movement-conservative icon, author, and direct-market pioneer Richard Viguerie threw down the gauntlet to establishment Republicans and the GOP leadership Tuesday, charging that conservatives \”have been betrayed, abandoned by our leaders, and that includes Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, Eric Cantor, Kevin McCarthy, [and] Reince Priebus at the Republican National Committee.\”
The Rogue Helping Obama Steal America… “The deadly, almost under-cover assassin of conservatism in America is not the Fundamental Transformation of America-pushing Barack Obama and the Democrats but Karl Rove and his big-money financiers.”
By Judi McLeod Friday, May 10, 2013
Conservatism is the dead man walking in the politics of America today, and there’s no way to revive the corpse as long as Karl Rove is still at the GOP helm.
From the Truth-is-stranger-than-Fiction department: A brilliant May 8 piece in the New York Times by Thomas B. Edsall draws back the curtain on the forces battling for GOP control between the well-heeled establishment and passionately conservative forces, and it’s less than a pretty picture.
It’s the movie of our lifetime depicting what is happening in the underskirts of the body politic in a declining America.
But the May 1 revelation by the Republican National Committee that it had awarded a multimillion-dollar contract for data management and collection services to Liberty Works, a firm run by Richard Boyce, an associate of Rove, could inadvertently lead to the way out of the labyrinth that is steadily undermining the Republican Party faithful, and therefore some day stop disenfranchising millions of conservative voters.
America stop cowering under your bed. Stop believing in your spirit that there is nothing you can do to save your country and lives. You feel weak. You feel poor and old. You are a nobody. What can you do? Together, with God’s help we can do EVERYTHING. “I can do ALL THINGS through Christ who strengthens me.” -Phil: 4:13
Our country has been under constant attack from within by the Obama regime surrounded by his progressive America haters. His handlers, ‘the new world order crowd’ and ‘radical Islam’ have attacked and crushed much of our freedom already, per the plan from long ago.
Forced Obama care coverage is really ‘access to our accounts’ and a bold tool to start seizing our funds and assets. It is much like the national theft of accounts in Cyprus making international news this week and causing widespread panic.
The GOP Signed An Agreement With the DNC To NEVER Stop Vote Fraud (No Joke)
PolitiJim.com ^ | 11-12-12 | PolitiJim (@politiJim)
Posted on Monday, November 12, 2012 9:45:02 PM by rightjb
My good friend Alan Vera of True the Vote told me long ago that we have a two party system. The Corrupt Party and the Stupid Party. To that fact, during the weekly True the Vote webcast, Catherine Engelbrecht related a meeting she had with RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, asking what the GOP would do about voter integrity. The answer?
Turn Out The Lights: The Grand Old Party Is Over (“Romney’s camp just shut down all dissent, and they rigged it that way….”)
Turn Out The Lights: The Grand Old Party Is Over
markamerica.com Blog ^ | August 28th, 201 | Mark America
Posted on Wednesday, August 29, 2012 6:23:29 AM by Bratch
That’s it. You can shut down the convention right now.
It’s over. Romney’s camp just shut down all dissent, and they rigged it that way. Twitter is awash in angry tweets from people who know this was a sham. John Boehner actually wielded the gavel without a hint of a tear as he said “the ayes have it.”
They didn’t have it, and I think it was pretty clear that even if they did, this was a set-up. I have news for the GOP establishment. I am voting in November. I will vote for all the down-ballot candidates who are worthy of my support. I am not going to vote for Mitt Romney. Read more…
From the RNC:
Republican National Convention President and CEO Bill Harris made the following statement: “Our chief priority is the safety of the residents of Florida, of those visiting the Convention, and all those in Gulf Coast states who may be impacted by Tropical Storm Isaac.
Over 120 delegates to the Republican National Convention have joined a lawsuit against the GOP arguing they have been illegally coerced into choosing Mitt Romney for the party’s presidential nominee and demanding they be “unbound” to vote for another candidate instead.
Republicans are complaining to a U.S. government watchdog that President Barack Obama’s trips for official business are little more than campaign stops funded with taxpayer dollars, a claim dismissed by the White House and Obama’s campaign team.
In a letter on Wednesday to the Government Accountability Office (GAO) comptroller general requesting a formal inquiry, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus alleged a “misuse of government funds” relating to certain presidential travel, especially to November battleground states.
“One incident of this might be an error that is easily remedied. But it is a pattern of behavior that is worsening,” Priebus said.
The complaint noted that government watchdogs, like the GAO, should be sensitive to any spending practices that might raise questions, and more so now with a travel scandal engulfing the General Services Administration (GSA).
Priebus underscored Obama appearances on college campuses this week in key states of Colorado and North Carolina meant to support student loan legislation that were “widely reported to be equivalent to campaign rallies.”
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Rule does not mean Paul cannot be part of the convention, or win in a brokered situationGOP Insiders Suggest Ron Paul Cannot Legally Be Part Of RNC Ballot
GOP insiders are beginning to float the idea that Congressman Ron Paul cannot legally be on the first ballot at the national convention in Tampa this August because he will not have enough delegates from enough states.
USA Today carries a report that suggests both Paul and Newt Gingrich will not be able to get on the first ballot because they may not have a plurality of delegates from at least five states by the time the convention comes around.
Each candidate for nomination for President of the United States and Vice President of the United States shall demonstrate the support of a plurality of the delegates from each of five (5) or more states, severally, prior to the presentation of the name of the candidate for nomination.
“So when these candidates are adding up their delegates or when people out there have a particular issue that they would like to move at the convention, they had better make sure they at least have a plurality of five states to make these things happen,” Priebus said on MSNBC’s Daily Rundown.
A d v e r t i s e m e n t
Of course, Ron Paul’s strategy is to win more unbound delegates, and it is still possible that he could win a plurality of delegates from five states.
Paul campaign chairman Jesse Benton has said that the campaign anticipates meeting the five-state threshold, saying in an email that “we are well positioned to carry WA, MN, AK, ND and ME among several others.”
It is also important to note that the rule does not mean that Paul’s delegates will not be able to take part in the convention.
Tampa, FL — Florida’s primary might not be over just yet.
The Newt Gingrich campaign is gearing up to challenge the results of the florida primary based on the Republican National Committee’s own rules which state that no contest can be winner take all prior to April 1, 2012. (See attached RNC memo.)
The Gingrich campaign plans to challenge Florida’s winner take all status & demand proportional allocation of delegates.
So much for hope and change. With the economy growing worse and worse, the grand promises of Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign have faded as the reality of malaise takes hold.
Mr. Obama has vowed to spend $1 billion in advertising dollars to counteract the effect his policies have had on the nation. The GOP’s campaign chief met with The Washington Times on Friday to discuss why that’s not going to work. “I think this [election] is a referendum on Barack Obama,” said Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus. “The people in this country are going to ask themselves a question: ‘Am I better off than I was three or four years ago?’ And the answer is clearly no.”
Even liberals feel betrayed on a number of pet causes like torture and Guantanamo Bay, and they’re jumping ship. The Pew Research Center found Republicans were making huge gains among white voters. In 2008, 46 percent of this demographic group sided with the GOP while 44 percent preferred Democrats. Today, the Republican advantage has grown to 13 points, with the biggest gains found among those under the age of 30.
In other words, the young voters who once identified with the youthful, relatively unknown senator from Illinois are having a severe case of buyer’s remorse. The survey showed Republicans also made a small 2 percent gain among black voters, but larger inroads ought to be possible given the astonishing figure that 16.2 percent of blacks can’t find a job in Mr. Obama’s economy – double the figure for whites. “People are hurting,” said Mr. Priebus. “The problem that Obama has is that he has had results of his presidency, and these results are awful and people know it.”
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtontimes.com …