Let the GOP housecleaning begin

by 1389 on December 5, 2012

in 1389 (blog admin), 2012 US Elections, Blogmocracy (colleagues), GOP, RINOs

Extraterrestrial leaves UFO, meets clueless GOP elephant. 'Apparently, he doesn't HAVE a leader.'

It’s time for a reboot.

In my opinion, the Republican National Committee has too much baggage – including some catastrophic legal impediments – and has made too many mistakes. It would be far better to disband the RNC entirely, found new party organizations in each state, and elect a new national organization under another name and with none of the current personnel. It is also vitally important to put an end to open primaries, which allow our leftist opponents to rig the nominations in their favor.

Be that as it may, Republican Party unity is a thing of the past.

Here’s how the story is taking shape:


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1 Robert Hess December 6, 2012 at 5:57 pm

The Tea Party will be the third major party in the next election. The Republicans have shown their true colors and those colors are not red, white, and blue conservative. The leaders of the GOP are now liberal lite and will not be tolerated any longer. This change may cost control of Congress for the next election but it will not last. The compromising the GOP is now doing is not a compromise. It is a surrender. We have been surrendering to the liberals since FDR. Johnson put the icing on the cake with the Great Society. Even President Reagan believed the Dems would cut spending as they promised in 1984 but it never happened. So what makes any sane person they can deal with liars that have a mission to FUNDAMENTALLY CHANGE AMERICA. Doesn’t that scare anyone? I sure did me but it didn’t even register with most of the voters not once but TWICE. I am convinced 51% of the country has not a clue what they voted for in the last election. If we do not know and understand history we are bound to repeat it and we are at our peril.

2 1389 December 7, 2012 at 9:08 pm

I don’t trust ANY of our current GOP leadership.

No, not even Paul Ryan.

Breitbart: Ryan Stonewalls on Involvement with Boehner Purge

3 Robert Hess December 8, 2012 at 1:02 am

Don’t know about Ryan but I agree with everything else.

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