April 28, 2009

Senator Graham and Snow are both RINOs


Two Republicans blame conservatives


...Specter switched parties Tuesday after a recent poll showed him badly losing a Pennsylvania Republican primary next year to Club for Growth founder Pat Toomey. Toomey's staunchly fiscally conservative political action committee backs only those Republicans who support a low-tax, limited-government agenda and comes down hard on those who break with party orthodoxy.

"I don't want to be a member of the Club for Growth," said Graham. "I want to be a member of a vibrant national Republican party that can attract people from all corners of the country — and we can govern the country from a center-right perspective."

"As Republicans, we got a problem," he said.

The internal criticism came less than an hour before Specter walked into the Republicans' weekly Senate luncheon, where members discuss strategy, policy and other key items on the party agenda.

Snowe criticized party leadership for failing to change its tone after Republicans lost six Senate seats in the 2006 election.

"I happened to win with 74 percent of the vote in a blue-collar state, but no one asked me, 'How did you do it?'" she said. "Seems to me that would have been the first question that would have come from the Republican Party to find out so we could avoid further losses."

"Ultimately, we're heading to having the smallest political tent in history, the way things are unfolding," Snowe said.

my comment:


Yup, the RINOs are blowing their horns.  The major reason Republicans are so dismissed of late is for won, the disenfranchisement that happened when the GOP had full power but for the Senate filibuster.  All that happened was pork.  It was as if the shadow behind the two parties was in shock and did not know what to do.  The shadow does not want the platform and principles that the GOP is supposed to stand for, so what did the leadership do, fall flat on their face.

The GOP needs to change, but not towards the left as we have been doing that and now we are at the threshold of communism.  Enough!  There are many who did not vote for the Republicans because the GOP has been under the total control of the Neoconservative corporates.  Ask yourself how it is that a conservative leader would have allowed the continued tax structure, especially when in power, to continue taking away prosperity from the blue collar conservatives and thus making their 1% of the wealthy richer in their foreign import dance? 


The GOP needs to move to true conservative by first, being Federalist, to mean going by the Constitution and to challenge all Laws and court precedence that has despotized the Constitution and two, change the tax structure from the Production tax we have today which is in essence a excise tax on domestic production and replace it with a consumption tax which will equally distribute it to all goods imported or not.  HR 25 is already to go and it will do one thing that all this stupid spending has not done, create jobs immediately.

Senator Graham, you have been culled out as a RINO, Senator. Snow, you are a liberal making you a RINO also.  We are all done with big government compromisers.  Give us liberty through principled governing or we get what we are about to have.  The grassroots are not tea partying to be like you politicians, they have no care for their egos to be stroked.  Most would prefer to spend time with their families, but they know that if they do not stand now, their children and grandchildren will not be free.  So as someone has said about compromise, Never again!  What would gain to just get along if it would result in the same loss as if we stuck to principles and lost.  Better to be the 'Man from LaMOncha' then the sap from WashingtonDC.


R. George Dunn

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