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By JGillman, Section News
For Dennis Lennox. And maybe some things you could really care less about.
As Lennox goes on a personal campaign to destroy Decorated Veteran Dave Agema, the credibility he carries with some folks needs to be put back in check. A little background on this guy is in order.
First off, Lennox is no dummy. He is a little queer, (Odd, but I reserve that the matching definition could be that of the reader's own thoughts) but he knows the political game better than most children his age. In fact, a little better than many who have been in the Republican party for some time, as he plays THEM so well. He is a CMU grad or some such thing, and was vice president at one time of the Young Americans for freedom, a group that was once sanctioned (and relieved by the administration)for anti-homosexual chalkings prior to a veterans support event. It was rumored the chalkings were an attempt to drum up 'news' by SOMEONE in that YAF chapter. It made national news, and attention was given. A lot of attention.
Almost as much as the fabled attacks by university officials while doing the Gary Peters video taping thing, at one point earning him a label of "mentally unstable and a potential "campus shooter" because of his aggressive, in your face tactics". Which was false, and drew the ACLU to his side, yet was likely a label he sought. It also made national media.
Lennox went to the 2008 RNC event in MN as an alternate delegate. I was there as well. On the way in during one session he happened to be walking up the same route on the outside of the security fences. Along that route, was every national leftist blogger in the US. He made it a point to stop and announce himself to quite a few of of them. to make sure THEY know who he was and gave them 'official' interviews as a Republican going in.
At that time of course, he had other things going on as well that would add to his 'national persona'.
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That queasy feeling in the pit of your stomach has a name.
While we have suffered the inane punditry destroying our favored candidates a "plan B" has been in the works. For all the insipid questions in debates for our Republican presidential candidates, we get the reward of having the "establishment" plot to undermine the will of the conservative voters. That special convention, which has as a possibility, a none of the above candidate somehow pooping out.
When the favored son of the blue bloods saw Michigan going away from him, the chill appears to have run the back of Republican elites, and those who would like us to repeat McCain's 2008 performance; the left. Mitt Romney was never supposed to have the kind of push back, and should have easily cruised to nominating victory. There should have been no doubt, right?
Except times have changed.
Some folks. don't like it so much
Even as I type this, Donald Trump is calling the little local radio station in a desperate stumping for Mitt. Their hairs are up, and the self destruct button has been uncapped. The convention talk has begun.
But not all in the political machine agree with this plan. (Below the fold)
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