Saturday, November 10, 2012

Deep-Six the GOP

Run on Principles, Fire Boehner
& everyone else in the GOP

Res Ipsa Loquitor

Richard Viguerie:

“What I would like to see from them is that they resign,” he said, noting that in most governments party leaders step down in the wake of massive failures like Obama’s re-election.

“This president was just hanging on by his fingernails. Most people expected he would lose his re-election, and he won a strong victory. The leadership of the party, including (Reince) Priebus at the Republican National Committee, Speaker Boehner and Leader Mitch McConnell and all the others, including John Cornyn of the Senate campaign committee, they all need to resign and bring some new leaders in there.”

However, Viguerie isn’t holding his breath.
“I don’t expect that they will do this,” he said, hoping tea-partiers will challenge the leaders in 2014. “They’ve been complicit in growing government – Boehner, Mitch McConnell and a lot of other Republican leaders.

He forgot stupid douch-bags,


Tom Smith said...

Too bad we cant vote for party leadership. There is a "47%" in the congress too except its more like 75%. They love the perks of their power.

Anonymous said...

Great idea, Tom! We could do it so that the Democrats could help pick the Republican leaders just like they help pick our candidates in open primaries.

Freddie Sykes

Tom Smith said...

In this case I would encourage a test in order to vote. Grads from an ivy league school counts as half a vote.

Kristophr said...

You can vote for party leadership.

The RNC is chosen by delegates elected by county precinct committees.

If you want a vote, you have to either run for a precinct chair, or volunteer to take one if your district doesn't have someone serving there.

The first step is to lookup on google where and when your county Republican committee meets.

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