Some Republicans are some of the worse enemies of their own party?


Aging prima donna Charlie Crist in Florida quits his Party when he concludes he cannot possibly win his Party’s nomination for U.S. Senator, and proceeds to badmouth Republican Marco Rubio, as well as doing the same to the Republican Party as a whole, while  cozying up to Obama and Biden…

Republican Christine O’Donnell defeats Congressman Castle for the U.S. Senate position in Delaware and Castle’s people attack her the next day, vehemently, and their boss as of late Thursday had not called the lady to congratulate her and pledge his support…

U.S. Senator Murkowski has not endorsed Miller, who defeated her in the U.S. Senate Republican primary race in Alaska not too long ago…

And it seems the Republican Party organization has been in a quandary at times about whether to support whomever the party electorate elects, in its own primaries…  Whether you like the winner or not, there ought to be no hesitation, people… It’s your primary…

President Obama and his Party have created plenty of problems for traditional America, and they have foisted those problems on all Americans because their political machine apparently misunderstands what the values are that have made America exceptional

But despite the Democrats reportedly in a precarious position with the American electorate, nonetheless, if the Republican Party fails to achieve significant positive results in the November elections against them, would not be surprising if  it will be because of the failures of Republican candidates who were sore losers and because of the shortcomings of some of the ol’  fogies of the  Republican state and national organizations… Get-your-head-out, people

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7 Responses

  1. Never underestimate the GOP’s capacity to wrestle defeat from the jaws of victory.

    • Especially at this particular juncture with the November elections in the horizon, will be very interesting how it all turns out..

  2. I disagree with the premise that primary losers and their supporters should fall into lock step behind the winners.
    In the case of Delaware you’re looking at a vote differential of 3542 votes.I think ongoing opposition is healthy specifically because it is our primary/party.
    Seeing as O’Donnell embodies everything so called Tea Partiers and conservatives hate about the Obama Administration I for one find it all quite hilarious.

    • Alfie, thank you for taking the time to comment…
      In some areas they have gone to a single primary method of selecting candidates for the general elections — and there are of course pros and cons for that too…
      From the earliest times of the nation’s history there were some who argued against the development of the system of political parties, but things evolved nonetheless…
      All super interesting developments, whatever the viewpoint…

  3. What Maine said! Not to mention that the NRSC is not supporting some of these non mainstream RINO’s…

  4. Very well put.

    What we are seeing is the political establishment (both major parties) panicking over the growing revolt of the taxpayers against the Ruling Class. If indeed there was any ethical and moral base to party politics, then the winners of primary elections would be assured of their party’s full and unqualified support in the upcoming general elections.

    Instead, what should be perfectly clear by now is that the Ruling Class is vehemently and immediately hostile to any challenges to its right to pursue its own personal agenda and enhance its own prosperity and dominance. The true motivations of those inhabiting our current political climate are becoming crystal clear. The only candidates who will enjoy support from the national organizations are those willing to “go along to get along” and in most instances the financial support for incumbents is intended to be overwhelming.

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