No Truer Words Said

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Yesterday, on CNN’s State of the Union, Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., a Tea Party favorite, said Republicans abandoned their conservative principles when George W. Bush lived in the White House and the party had 55 senators — and cannot afford to do that again if they regain control of Congress after the Nov. 2 elections:

“We spent too much, we borrowed too much. And, frankly, if we get the majority again, even if it’s just in the House and we don’t do what we say, I think the Republican Party is dead.”

Clearly, what we must do is to elect Conservatives, not RINOs, on November 2nd!!!
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0 responses to “No Truer Words Said

  1. Amen…I totally agree. However, I am so disappointed that McCain won the primary in Az. I voted for a conservative and now he (the conservative) is out of the running.

  2. I hate to have to say, but in Washington State Senate Race, Palin and Ron Paul endorsed the Tea Party favorite, Clint Didier.
    DeMint and Dick Armey’s Freedomworks endorsed the RINO, Dino Rossi. I expect Rossi to lose. He’s snubbed the Tea Partiers since Day 1 on the assumption that everyone will hold their nose and vote for him to get rid of the Democrat incumbent. He’s a real estate slickster who travels in far more exhalted circles than the Tea Partiers do. I really think he totally underestimates us! He’ll find out in November!

    • Bloomergal – I live in WA ST and voted for Didier. I didn’t think he stood much of a chance when Rossi entered the race. Rossi had much more name recognition and Didier kinda blew it w/his public interviews (esp. the one on Boze Show). Any way, we are stuck w/Rossi unless (which is probably the most populous cities) wanna continue w/democrat spending…


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