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Tag: Karl Rove
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Yannow, after watching George W and John McRINO get trounced three times in '07 when they were pushing their McCain-Kennedy scAmnesty vote, this will seem par for the GOP course to most RM readers.
Nearly a hundred top Republican donors and Bush administration officials sent a letter to the House GOP on Tuesday urging lawmakers to pass a bill that legalizes illegal immigrants, arguing that the current system is already allowing them to stay and so it makes sense to register them and bring them into the system.
I wonder if they mean something like this over a dozen potential Republican voters. Nice, eh?
Is it really any wonder why Michigan's La Raza Award recipient and Muhammadan pandering fool lost his Senate seat to Debbie Stabenow? No. Democrat trumps Democrat-lite every time. Matter of fact, Democrat-lite always paves the way for electing a Democrat. Fact. See Ford, Read My Lips Bush, Dubya (yes, he built
As for La Raza Abraham's buddy, not only is Carlos Gutierrez a disgusting excuse for a human, but also a treacherous open borders tool, and reasonably questionable American citizen.
Quite frankly, anyone contributing money to the state or, national Party or, any of its committees is - certifiably nuts.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section Multimedia
This guy will do "anything" to get the nomination. He doesn't care what damage is done, whether he tears the party apart, or what methods are used.... Note Language Warning
Yup. $1,055.69 buys wannabe malefactors for Team Karl Rove GOPe Progressives. As was noted throughout the blogosphere, the above is the face of who pushes Matt Jones.
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By jenkuz, Section News
Promoted as Michigan's conservatives fight similarly for their own voice within the state party ~ J
Current power brokers in the GOP are clinging to the idea that they will be able to control their grassroots, and in doing so, they are killing the party.
It was not enough, I suppose, to orchestrate the primary timetable for their preferred candidate, influence State party committees through congressional aides, threaten grassroots with ostracism for going against their preferred candidate, use falsehoods to smear the opposing teams, change rulings in State committees to favor their preferred candidate, change the rules at convention to lock in top-down rule, lose, and then blame the power-stripped grassroots.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section Multimedia
Bill's video couldn't be more timely as Karl Rove, declares War on the Tea Party.
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