GOP consultants

GOP consultant trashes conservative base

John Nolte, Breitbart

Rick Wilson, a top Republican media consultant, appeared on CNN the other night to hurl criticism mixed with a lot of faux-macho ad-hominem at Republican front-runner Donald Trump. Along the way, he insulted Trump’s “low information” supporters. This is why we lose.

Spinning Election as Repudiation of Tea Party

Rush Limbaugh, RushLimbaugh.com

“And if the Tea Party shows up in enough strength for the Republicans to win in a wave, it's gonna be because the Tea Party is doing whatever it can to stop Obama, which is what this election is about.  It's not about stopping the Tea Party, for crying out loud!”

Trump to Romney: Don’t Even Think About Running Again

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Trump said that Romney fails to appeal to the Republican base and as such would lose yet again. “Many Republicans stayed home,” Trump said of 2012. “If the Republicans came out and voted, he would have won…John McCain actually got more votes than Mitt Romney.”

Studies Show GOP Can Win by Opposing Amnesty

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Despite the incessant lectures from many sources about the need to pass amnesty legislation to appeal to Hispanic voters, two recent studies of the Latino electorate suggest that Republicans can oppose amnesty and still win elections in the midterms and beyond.

2016 Republicans Hiring Top Talent

Ralph Z. Hallow, Washington Times

Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Ben Carson are already assembling teams for potential presidential bids, but who they’re hiring (or wanting to hire) in some cases will certainly give conservatives pause.

Rush: The Republican Party isn’t Presenting an Alternative

Rush Limbaugh, RushLimbaugh.com

Voters never, other than Reagan, the lone example, never affirmatively vote for conservatism because it's never really presented to them.  It's presented to them by me and Fox News on some occasions and other so-called new media, but it's not presented to voters by the Republican Party.

Rove’s Crossroads Unlikely to Play in 2016 Primaries

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Karl Rove’s Crossroads group spent $450 million on the 2012 election cycle – with no wins. After recalibrating to attack conservatives in 2014 primaries, donations dried up soon after. Now, the group announced it will likely stay out of the 2016 presidential primaries.