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Bloviating Zeppelin: My Questions About the GOP:

Bloviating Zeppelin

(in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

Tuesday, January 05, 2010

My Questions About the GOP:

From The Washington Times:

Immigration effort lacks 2nd backer from GOP

I would ask: why is there even ONE Republican backer for illegal invader amnesty?

And therein lies the problem. In a number of ways the GOP has become similar to the Demorats. I determine that they many times lack courage and strength. They certainly lack unity. And all kowtow for the almighty "next campaign" and its mandated cash sourcing.


As President Obama and Senate Democrats push to pass an immigration bill this year, one key ingredient is still conspicuously missing: a second Republican to co-sponsor the legislation.

Most Republicans considered likeliest to join Sens. Charles E. Schumer, New York Democrat, and Lindsey Graham [my emphasis - BZ], South Carolina Republican, in writing a bill either have taken a pass or are still on the fence. Key figures say the country does not have the kind of consensus needed to tackle the issue.

So, Republican Senator Lindsay Graham believes that legalizing millions of illegal invaders is a good idea, in keeping with the Porous Mexican Border Edict currently serving Mr Obaka oh-so-very-well -- as in, doing his best to continue to import barbaric Mexican violence into our America?

That, ladies and gentlemen, is perfectly illustrative of the fundamental problem with the GOP.

Another fundamental problem:

FEC report details lavish Republican spending, including nearly $2,000 at Voyeur West Hollywood

Updated 3:04 p.m.
By Dan Eggen
The Republican National Committee gave nearly $2,000 to a Southern California GOP contributor for meal expenses at Voyeur West Hollywood, a lesbian-themed California nightclub that features topless dancers wearing horse-bits and other bondage gear, according to newly filed disclosure records.

So the RNC wonders why I and many others no longer contribute? And all this under Michael Steele's so-called "leadership"? And why I and many others will not be contributing further to the RNC?

It's this:

The GOP and, by extension, the RNC talk a nice game about fiscal conservatism, about doing the right thing, about ethics, about the basic tenets of Conservatism. . .

They can talk the talk -- sometimes . . .

But they apparently quite FAIL to walk the walk.

The GOP is proffered the perfect time to present unity, strength, courage, and to take a leading role in the future path of this country. The Demorats are, literally, handing themselves over, in many ways, on a silver platter to the GOP.

And yet the GOP flusters and staggers and pulls stunts like the above, squandering away money from well-meaning contributors.

They may as well sock you in the teeth.

I'm not having any more of it.

Lindsay Graham wants amnesty.

I'm not having any more of it.

Actual Conservatives know what to do with this country. They can detail its path, they can make suggestions, they can point the way.

I ask: how many Republicans are true Conservatives, with a capital C, these days?

I submit: damned few.

They're too busy removing their spines, gushing over checks, kissing too many arses of the Demorats.

Where to contribute, then, you might ask:

Write checks to your specific, warranted local candidates.

And to hell with the RNC.



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