Bushies

Why Are Bushies Attacking Cruz?

David P. Goldman, PJ Media

The neo-cons will not (and cannot) take on the conserv. foreign policy sages who don’t believe in silly nation-building. They vilify Cruz as an opportunist.

Wehner Attacks Palin; Defines Bush-Republicanism Disconnect

Jen Kuznicki, JenKuzniki.com

This is not the first time Peter Wehner, Karl Rove’s lackey, has bashed Sarah Palin, but it is the most clear-cut example of an out-of-touch elitist Republican Party snobbery that is turning off voters.

Bushie Peter Wehner’s Unconstructive Governing Agenda

Sean Davis, The Federalist

It’s one thing for Former Bush adviser Peter Wehner to disagree with Rick Perry and other conservatives about the proper role of the fed. gov't, but it’s rather stupid and lazy to imply that big gov't skeptics are just like child labor exploiters.

Comstock’s Congressional Bid Takes Fire from Conservatives

Kenric Ward, Watchdog.org

VA Del. Barbara Comstock, who's running to succeed US Rep. Frank Wolf, is an estab. politician damaging the GOP’s conservative brand. Her long, shameful list of anti-conservative behaviors includes lobbying for a gaming enterprise that snared Jack Abramoff and her 100% rating from NARAL.

Conservative Bob Marshall Enters Virginia 10th District Congressional Campaign

The campaign to replace retiring Virginia Republican Congressman Frank Wolf (VA-10) has become another battle between a boat rocking conservative and an establishment Republican with backing from the discredited Bush and Romney wing of the GOP.

Levin: Time to Take On the Bushies; Defend Cruz

Mark Levin, Facebook

It's time to take on the Bushies and other H. Hoover Repubs. who are trying to sabotage potential conservative presidential candidates. Bush 43 staffers like Pete Wehner, Michael Gerson, and Karl Rove - whose boss spent like a liberal - seek to sabotage conservatives like Ted Cruz.

NSA Surveillance Divides the GOP

Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic

A GOP resolution that renounces NSA spying is an extraordinary document. For over a decade, the GOP dismissed civil-libertarian complaints about the War on Terror. Now the RNC is changing its tune to join the anti-spying chorus, but Bushies are pushing back.