Do Your Job and Stop Obama's Policies or GO HOME!
To: Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Paul Ryan, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and All Members of the House Republican Conference and Senate Republican Conference
Oppose an Omnibus Spending Bill and Executive Amnesty For Illegals!
To: Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Boehner, and All Members of the House Republican Conference
Senator Cruz, please save the day for Republicans!
To: Senator Ted Cruz
We agree with ConservativeHQ.com chairman Richard Viguerie: you can save the day for Republicans in the fast approaching midterm election.
North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis is the only Republican Senate candidate we can find who understands that the practical result of Obama’s immigration policies toward the sources of Ebola, whooping cough and Enterovirus 68 is a life or death threat to America’s children.
With the national mood souring against the shady dealings of the Obama administration in Washington, Republican Senate candidates appear to be enjoying the benefits of voter antipathy.
With a sweep of South, GOP would all but seal a majority in the Senate.
It's time to identify a set of conservative priorities that a Repub. Senate would tackle in '15 and send a signal to the conservative grassroots that a Repub. victory will mean a new focus in Washington on limited government and upholding the Constitution.
Republicans won't win back the Senate or other key races if they take a knee or throw the ball out of bounds on amnesty for illegal aliens, Obama’s contempt for the Constitution, Congress’ out-of-control spending and how to effectively confront the great national security threats facing the country today.
After urging nat'l Repubs. not to make illegal immigration an issue in the midterms, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) on Weds. warned that ISIS is trying to exploit the porous U.S.-Mexico border to carry out terrorists attacks on American soil.
A Dem. election year push led by Harry Reid to amend the Constitution and roll back campaign-spending free speech rights ran out of steam Thurs. and fell victim to a Senate filibuster. “This is an attack on the First Amendment’s most important protection,” said Sen. Mike Lee.
Run, Rand, Run!
To: Senator Rand Paul
No Blank Checks For Obama’s Middle East War!
To: U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Boehner, and All Members of the House and Senate Republican Conferences
The GOP estab. likes to point out that TEA Party candidates can be bad and unprepared candidates who make missteps in the gen. election. But the evidence doesn't suggest that they're any more so than GOP-E candidates who have a long and storied history of their own missteps.
We think that ISIS and the rise of the Islamic State are much more serious threats than Obama and the Washington foreign policy and national security establishments let on – which is exactly why Congress must not simply give Obama a blank check in a briefly and lightly debated Continuing Resolution. The threat from this latest iteration of radical Islam is much too serious and demands the full airing that the Framers built into the Constitution. Sign our petition urging Congress not to give Obama's war request a "blank check" in a Continuing Resolution and instead debate it seriously and constitutionally.
Believe Obama's threat; Executive amnesty is coming if the GOP doesn't win the Senate.
Our new range is a Republican net of five to eight Senate seats. UVA political polling experts are now defining a “wave” in the Senate this year as such: Republicans need to: (1) Win control of the Senate and (2) Win at least one seat in a state won by Obama in '12 (most
Unable to continue to deny the force of anti-amnesty arguments in this year's mid-term elections, the NRSC is out hitting GA Dem. Michelle Nunn for supporting "amnesty." "It's a pretty interesting ad, especially given Repubs. appear to be starting to use immigration as a wedge issue."
Schadenfreude alert! Harry Reid is all bent out of shape because Senate R's unexpectedly supported a bill to bring to the floor for debate a constitutional amendment that would give Congress the power to regulate all campaign spending and speech.
The GOP-E who are the type most susceptible to the Hispanicking consultants’ argument that they’d better do something to woo the ethnic vote before '16 are those who'll be in charge in the R's win back the Senate. Some are preparing to root for D's if that’s what it takes to block a surrender of border control.
Political forecaster Stuart Rothenberg writes: "I am now expecting a substantial Republican Senate wave in November, with a net gain of at least seven seats. But I wouldn’t be shocked by a larger gain."