Time to inoculate against dreaded Reince Priebus disease

April 3, 2016

Although the bombastic Donald Trump has run headlong into a political block wall several times recently, this high-handed move by Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus is equally concerning. When you have a name that sounds like a mysterious contagion, it could well have a lifelong deleterious effect.

Following a Thursday meeting with Donald Trump and his advisers, Priebus made it known that he does not plan to let the Trump campaign take over the party apparatus if Donald Trump wins the Republican nomination in Cleveland this July.

This is in direct contraction to longstanding precedent and Priebus’ own words on the RNC website:

“Conventions are democracy in action and our Party’s gathering in Cleveland will be an exciting, transparent, and fair process.”

Priebus is either following Establishment dictates or irrationally thinks he’s been knighted supreme ruler — although as the former RNC general counsel, he should know better. Either way, he needs to hear from us: (202) 863-8500.

Newsmax has the full report.


Nero fiddled while Rome burned, Obama tangos in Argentina

March 24, 2016

….as global chaos erupts with Islamic jihadists murdering innocents — just two days ago in Brussels. 

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Obama: The shameful, shameless president

March 23, 2016

Apology tour continues in Communist dictatorship

Barack Obama once again showed his contempt for America while paying homage to Cuba’s repressive Communist dictatorship.

In a speech to the Cuban people Tuesday, Obama used his fallacious brand of historical revisionism to liken the American Revolution to the Communist-led insurgent revolution that put Fidel Castro’s totalitarian regime in power: 

”The ideals that are the starting point for every revolution, America’s revolution, Cuba’s revolution, the liberation movements around the world, these ideals find their truest expression, I believe, in democracy. Not because American democracy is perfect,” Obama stressed, ”but because we’re not, and we like every country need the space that democracy gives us to change.” Obama said that through America’s democracy, he’s managed to address “the inequality of so much wealth at the top of our society.”

He liberally used Spanish language phrases, including “Si se puede!” (Yes, we can!) favored by amnesty demanding illegals in the United States.

Focused on baseball with dictator Raul Castro and the next leg of his travels with his large entourage, Obama devoted just 51 seconds of his remarks to the Islamic fundamentalist terrorist bombings that killed 34 and wounded hundreds of civilian travelers in Belgium.

We can’t say we weren’t warned.  Obama’s distaste for America was clear when he uttered his plan to fundamentally transform our nation during his 2008 campaign.


Ryan: The answer to GOP establishment‘s death wish

March 16, 2016

Following Marco Rubio’s humiliating loss to Donald Trump in his home state of Florida Tuesday, Rubio suspended his presidential campaign. Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s death watch campaign was briefly revitalized in Ohio, but has zero chance of being removed from life support. Watching him mulishly dig in his heels in order to keep this from being a Donald Trump / Ted Cruz primary borders on obscene.

From stage left, exactly on cue enters Paul Ryan, another RINO sprung from the same political gene pool as Bob Dole (1996 – losing to Bill Clinton), John McCain (2008 – losing to Barack Obama) and Mitt Romney (2012 – losing to Barack Obama). Ryan  is now equivocating on whether he’d accept the nomination if Republicans are faced with a brokered convention in Cleveland this summer. That’s been the Establishment’s plan since it became evident presidential candidate Donald Trump, who is not beholden to them, could wrest control from the elites and place it in the hands of the people. The GOP power bloc doesn’t like independent minded conservative Texas Sen. Ted Cruz any better.

From the catbird’s seat, creating havoc appears to have been the Republican syndicate’s scheme from the moment it was apparent Trump might be unstoppable. Ryan at a Glance, a brief overview, should be at the top of conservative’s reading list today.

Failed presidential contender Mitt Romney’s disappointing running mate, now House Speaker Paul Ryan, is keeping his options open

“You know, I haven’t given any thought to this stuff,” Ryan fudged Tuesday night. “People say, ‘What about the contested convention?’ I say, well, there are a lot of people running for president. We’ll see. Who knows?”

“Who knows?”

CNBC has the complete report.


Classless Obama snubs Nancy Reagan’s funeral for film fest

March 8, 2016

The Daily Mail reports that Barack Obama is shamefully choosing to skip the funeral of former First Lady Nancy Reagan to attend the South by Southwest music, movie and arts festival in Austin, Texas.

Obama has no plans to alter his schedule to accommodate paying respects to the beloved two term First Lady. This is the same treatment he gave British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher when she was laid to rest April 8, 2013.

Mrs. Thatcher was a respected conservative who worked closely with President Ronald Reagan as they strived to make the world a better place.


Establishment losers panic over frontrunner Trump

March 4, 2016

Failed presidential candidates John McCain and Mitt Romney are on a mission to save the Republican Party. Their winning strategy?  Kill off the likely GOP victor Donald Trump.

Earlier Thursday, preceding the March 3, 2016 GOP debate in Detroit, Romney unloaded on Donald Trump with a barrage of vitriolic hate speech unbecoming the gentlemanly image he strives to present.

The tirade was Trump’s payback for endorsing Romney in 2012. At the time, Trump said, “Mitt is tough, he’s smart. he’s sharp. He’s not going to allow bad things to continue to happen to this country that we all love. So, Gov. Romney, go out and get ‘em! You can do it.”  Romney was equally effusive in his grateful praise of Trump.

Now the worm has turned. After colluding with his Republicrat pal John McCain, Romney unleashed on Trump, declaring  the business mogul unfit for office and a danger for the nation and the GOP. “His is not the temperament of a stable, thoughtful leader,” Romney declared. He called Trump “a phony” who is “playing the American public for suckers,” a man whose “imagination must not be married to real power.”

Those words should more appropriately be reserved for the power-hungry and graceless John McCain, who has lied to the people of Arizona for decades, yet is running for another six-year term though he will be 80 by Election Day. Romney came to Mesa to campaign for McCain. But even in the LDS stronghold he was unable to draw a crowd, despite the suspenseful buildup.

McCain is so past his prime, he introduced Barack Obama as the next president of the United States, when he was supposed to welcome then-presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

Not known for original thoughts. McCain shuffled into action Thursday denouncing Donald Trump after being chided for not doing so by Democrat challenger Ann Kirkpatrick. McCain’s had a career long propensity for siding with Democrats, from Ted Kennedy, Chuck Schumer, Carl Levin, Russ Feingold, to Dick Durbin and Robert Menendez, along with others in the open borders clique. Marco Rubio and Jeff Flake eagerly signed on with McCain’s RINO contingent comprising the amnesty promoting Gang of Eight.

Petulant losers have no audience, but that doesn’t stop them. We can. At the ballot box.


Robert Graham exposed as proxy hypocrite & Update

February 15, 2016

Frosty Taylor provides the lowdown on the shenanigans, skulduggery and deceptive tactics in the Feb. 13 edition of Republican Briefs.

Many conservatives report smelling a McRat.

Former Maricopa County Republican Chairman A.J. LaFaro reveals the hypocrisy and double-dealing of AZ GOP state chairman Robert Graham on the issue of carrying proxy ballots. Graham opposed ballot harvesting Democrats during the 2014 election at the ballot box (Truth Revolt video link), but favors proxy votes at district elections as presidential delegates to the state convention are selected.

For an example of Graham’s stunning duplicity, read this smear aimed directly at A.J. LaFaro.

Then ask yourself why there is a newly imposed $50 fee for elected delegates to participation in the Arizona Republican Presidential Convention. How will the imposition of this fee benefit the McCain establishment syndicate?

 

Update-tag

Feb. 15, 2016

Today’s edition of Republican Briefs has even more, specifically addressing the ire over AZ GOP Chairman Graham’s imposition of a state convention delegate participation “fee.”  This is too important to miss.


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