Abortion, illegal immigration: “Extreme issues driving people from the Republican Party”
It’s doubtful any conservative state committeemen need persuasion regarding the GOP State Chairman’s election on Saturday. But if any fence sitters require more information to make an informed choice, we provide it here. Not by rumor and innuendo, but with actual spoken words.
On Tuesday night there was a candidate debate in Pinal County. When the discussion turned to the 23 executive orders recently imposed by Barack Obama restricting firearms and ammo, listen carefully to the views expressed by Doug Little. He said, “Well guys, …I‘m sort of torn here, ‘cuz I want to get you revved up…but it wasn‘t as bad as we thought.”
That‘s right. Doug Little says of Obama‘s gun grab, “It really wasn’t that big of a deal.”
For him, it wouldn’t be. After all, he’s a tactical weapons trainer. He makes his living by training the SWAT guys he talks about in yet another video.
But that’s not all. Doug Little makes it clear he wants to change the Republican Party.
Doug Little says, “People leave the Republican Party because they can’t stand the tone. Because they don’t care about some of the extreme positions that certain people take. We have to change the message…I want people listening to what we have to say in an environment where people are not in their face about something like immigration or something about abortion or some other contentious or divisive issue.”
Then ask yourself why high profile conservatives statewide are lining up behind Robert Graham.
This is Robert Graham.