A timely post about from www.westernpac.org about Mitch McConnel’s policies. This follows this post about Detroit’s mismanagement. In the meantime, you can get more involved if you like here and read an interesting book HERE.
Fighting Back and Defeating the Establishment GOP
We're a little more than a year away from the November 2014 midterm elections, and the battle lines are drawn. The GOP establishment has declared war on us, with Mitch McConnell allegedly referring to Tea Party supporters of organizations like Freedomworks, the Senate Conservatives Fund, and others like us as traitors for funding primary challengers. Read more here
Count us in as proud traitors to the GOP establishment and its record of expanding government, blowing up deficit spending, and eroding our civil liberties and freedoms. Count us in as proud traitors to the GOP establishment's history of giveaways to business, and bailouts to banks. Count us in as defenders of the Constitution, proponents of the free market, and unabashed supporters of liberty.
We're fighting back and defeating the establishment, and we've driven Lindsey Graham from 70% support to 33% support. We've held a five city tour, a candidate forum and classic car show, and we've reached the people of South Carolina with a unique strategy that takes our message directly to the grassroots While Lindsey couldn't be bothered to hold a single town hall during the August recess, we were taking the message to the people of South Carolina.
We are betraying the GOP establishment, an establishment that betrayed core conservative principles. If that establishment wants to kill off its biggest attraction in the Tea Party, it will be slitting its own throat. We're going to continue fighting back, and the Tea Party isn't going down without a fight. We'll kill the establishment before it kills us, and before it completely kills off the Republican Party.
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