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Obama Announces Reelection Bid (Yawn)

April 5, 2011

Did you know that the President began his bid for reelection yesterday?  Maybe you did, maybe you didn’t — we all just assumed he’d be in it for 2012, right?  Perhaps that’s one reason why more people viewed this parody on YouTube than viewed his actual reelection launch video: If you actually viewed the President’s [...]

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Will the NRSC Back Christine O’Donnell?

September 14, 2010

If John Cornyn doesn’t change his tune from this afternoon, the National Republican Senatorial Committee could see a decline in contributions. Oh, and John Cornyn should realize that it’s even easier to “Castle” a squish in Texas and still keep the seat.

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The New Model for Political Fundraising

January 12, 2010

The NRCC, NRSC, and RNC are experiencing financial issues.  They are not meeting their fund raising targets, and are lagging behind the Democrats in both money raised and cash-on-hand.  Why is this the case, when the political mood seems to sharply favor Republicans and be antagonistic towards Democrats?  The answer is simple.  Conservatives have had [...]

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NRSC Epic Fail: Crist and Rubio Tied

December 16, 2009

The National Republican Senatorial Committee, as chronicled here in the past, endorsed RINO Charlie Crist over Marco Rubio, stating that Rubio could not win.  Yet now, in the latest Rasmussen poll, Rubio and Crist are tied in the GOP primary race and both lead Democrat Kendrick Meek in the general election.  The difference between Rubio [...]

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Memo to RNC, NSCC, and NCCC: Enough With The RINOs!

November 2, 2009

Dede Scozzofava is the poster child for the RINO problem that has infiltrated our party.  The pattern is predictable.  The Republican establishment props up and supports a RINO candidate against a Conservative candidate who stands a chance of winning.  The Conservative base makes noise and is told to shut up and support the Republican candidate [...]

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Marco Rubio and the Difference Between the Parties

October 27, 2009

I’ve written several times about the situation in Florida, where the NRSC-backed Charlie Crist (RINO-FL) is going up against former Florida Speaker of the House Marco Rubio (R-FL).  Rubio was on MSDNC this morning on Morning Joe, and spoke about the the need for a clear difference between the parties, where the GOP has gone [...]

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RedState Takes On the NRSC

September 14, 2009

It is no secret that I am disgusted with the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) for not supporting Conservative candidates in the primaries, and instead supporting RINOs who they believe are the only path to victory.  Having NRSC backing gives candidates a huge advantage in primaries in regards to fund raising, ad buys, and general [...]

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NRSC Launches 2010 Campaign

June 18, 2009

The National Republican Senatorial Committee launched the 2010 campaign this week, with a new ad that focuses on American values vs. Liberal values.  While more of a feel-good ad for Republicans, it illustrates what is at stake in the elections; big vs. small government, and freedom vs. tyranny.  With the video ending with words of [...]

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FL Senate: The Battle of Endorsements

June 16, 2009

Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) went against the Republican leadership today by endorsing Conservative Marco Rubio over the liberal Republican Gov. Charlie Crist for Florida’s 2010 Senate election.  Crist, who has been endorsed by Sen. John Cornyn and the NRSC, Mitch McConnell, and John McCain, is the establishment favorite.  Rubio, the former Florida Speaker of the [...]

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Note to NRSC: Stay out of PA Primary

April 30, 2009

With Specter’s defection, one would think that the National Republican Senatorial Committee would now back Pat Toomey, or at least remain neutral until his nomination is secured.  Instead, however, it appears that the NRSC is attempting to convince former PA governor Tom Ridge to run for Senate, and plans to back him if he does.  [...]

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