Wednesday, July 16, 2014

The Worms of the GOP

Personally I think it's a little obvious why conservative voters didn't support Romney. After all he was offered up by the RINO RNC.

GOP Moderates in Kansas Endorse Democrat for Governor
Some 100 moderate Republicans have turned against Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and endorsed his Democratic challenger Paul Davis, Politico reported.
Old-school moderate Republicans have lost their place in the GOP-controlled Kansas legislature. They blame Brownback, who is a fiscal and social conservative.
Under Brownback, the state has set strict limits on abortion. Davis, however, said he would leave them in place. "We have one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country, and I'm not going to seek to change the law," he said, according to Politico.
Davis breaks with Brownback on implementing a planned tax cut saying he prefers to use the money on education.~snip~
 I think it says a whole lot that "moderate republicans" are closer in ideology to a democrat than a fiscal and social conservative.
There's no doubt that this country needs to get democrats out of Washington,DC but we'll have to be realistic about the type of RINO the RNC will offer us again because the track record hasn't been so great.
Reversing the damage that Obama and the democrats have done will go very slowly until the RNC can be purged of its gutless, spineless RINOs and a wave of conservatives takes it over.

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