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Thank The Establishment GOP For Today’s Inauguration

If you think that four more years of Barack Obama as President is the greatest threat to the freedom and prosperity of the American people you have seen in your lifetime, then we urge you to give a call today to Obama oathReince Priebus, Chairman of the Republican National Committee, House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell to thank them for the content-free campaign the Republican establishment ran that allowed Obama to waltz back into the White House.

The RNC’s telephone number is 202-863-8500, and Boehner and McConnell may be reached through the Capitol switchboard at 202-224-3121.

However, we doubt anyone will be there to rebut the inaugural speech Obama will be giving thanks to the establishment GOP’s inept campaign strategy and their choice of presidential candidate Mitt Romney who, according to his son, didn’t even want to be President, even as he carpet-bombed his way to the nomination.

In the aftermath of the 2012 campaign to defeat Obama -- that uneasily united conservatives and establishment Republicans -- it is easy to forget that the Tea Party movement arose and was motivated by the failures of the Republican establishment and big government Republicanism as much as it was by the excesses of Obama and the Democrats.

Little has changed in that regard.

The great problems that currently vex the American people continue with no effective opposition from the establishment Republican leaders on Capitol Hill.

There has been no reduction in federal spending, and the deficits and debt that are destroying our economy continue, despite Republican control of the federal purse strings through their majority in the House. Obama’s threats to our First Amendment rights of freedom of conscience and religion have not been stopped and to them Obama has added a new threat to the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.

As Richard Viguerie pointed out in his book “Conservatives Betrayed,” the disastrous policies of the Bush-era spend and borrow establishment Republicans cried out for the corrective action that the small government constitutional conservatives of the Tea Party began, but have not yet completed.

This dissatisfaction and distrust of the national leadership of the Republican Party has led many conservatives to cast about for an alternative, or to simply stay home. The Center for the Study of the American Electorate put 2012 voter turnout at 57.5% of all eligible voters, compared to 62.3% in 2008, meaning as many as 12 million voters, many of them conservatives, stayed home this election.

The low turnout in many Republican primaries should have been a clue that the Republican base – grassroots conservative voters – were not happy with what was going on in the Republican Party.

Millions of conservatives have lost confidence in the establishment Republican Party, and that loss of confidence was only reinforced by the disastrous content-free campaign run by Mitt Romney and losing establishment Republican Senate candidates recruited and promoted by Senator McConnell, such as Tommy Thompson, George Allen and Connie Mack.

As we have said many times, the rise of the Tea Party was not so much a protest against President Obama as it was a vote of no confidence in the Washington insiders of the establishment Republican Party.

In the wake of the 2010 rejection of big government establishment Republicanism and the 2012 establishment Republican defeats, if RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker John Boehner took responsibility for the results of their stewardship of the GOP brand, they would have all resigned after the election. Instead, they stubbornly cling to the perks of office.

The good news is that newly elected Republicans, such as Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, Congressman Steve Stockman of Texas, Congressman Trey Radel of Florida and Congressman Tom Massie of Kentucky (all endorsed by CHQ by the way) ARE standing for the principles of a federal government of limited constitutional powers.

When the applause for Obama’s inaugural speech dies down, left-leaning pundits and media talking heads will no doubt all be touting President Obama’s “mandate” for his big government agenda for the next four years.

If Obama received a “mandate” in the 2012 election, then so did conservatives.

Our “mandate” is to replace the failed establishment Republican leaders that returned Obama to office with the principled and effective leadership of limited government constitutional conservatives.

We have a “mandate” to replace the failed big government Republicanism of Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell with limited government constitutional conservatives, such as Senators Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul.

And in this time of divided government, we have a “mandate” to replace the failed leadership of House Speaker John Boehner with a principled and effective limited government constitutional conservative, like Representatives Tim Huelskamp, Justin Amash, Walter Jones, Steve Stockman, Trey Radel, Tom Massie and others who can be counted on to represent the conservative grassroots voters of America.

Finally, and perhaps most importantly, Obama’s re-election gives conservatives a “mandate” to replace failed establishment RNC Chairman Reince Priebus with a principled and effective Party leader, such as Mark Willis, Maine's Republican National Committeeman, who is running against Priebus for RNC Chairman.

Thank/Blame

I do blame the so called establishment.The infiltrators of the Progressive/Communist/Democrat movement have completely taken over the Republican party from the top down. Prince Reebus threw us under the bus and then told Republicans that next time they will be voting for whoever the few at the top tell them they will be voting for. I no longer believe in the two party system. I severely doubt that the voting system is in any way beneficial to the majority in it's present state.On a lighter note, I think that a gun ban will help pull Americans together against this parasite.

It's the message, stupid.

We all know the goal, "a reduction of Federal spending, and power."  The question is, "How can we present a message that rings with at least 60% of the voters?"  Did Romney have it right, in that 47% were sucking on the Federal Government teet?  If so, we have to come up with a compelling message.  One that rallies people to get active, and vote our way.  We say that the government that is closest to the people is the better government, but what if the people believe that their State, and Local governments are corrupted, too?  No message there!  When we talk of spending cuts.  How many of the 47%ers fear that it's their ox that could be gored?  No message there!  What about living a more responsible life?  Well, those who saved their money, and lived within their means are now seeing their savings wiped out, because of the borrowers, and the banks that threw them the money.  No message there!  For all I know, we just may be sunk.  It's a matter of time 

Cut off the goose that lays the golden egg

The country has adapted itself to freebees at the cost to the working public. Seven states have more people on welfare than they do in the work force. Why work when you get all these free programs to support oneself. There is no benefit in working when it comes to you free by way of the tax payer. So, once the majority in this country we have been taken over by the monority who are receiving these free benefits by absolutely doing nothing and oh by the way these people are heavily embedded in the states that hold the most electorial votes. Socialism Marxism at its best. Obama will now start his "Post America" campaign and GOD help us these next four years. I have given up on the Republican Party, they have proven themselves inefficient, non producing, and totally ineffective. This is the time to go for the jugular of this socialist party, no let up, and the Conservatives, Tea Party folks, and Independents need to join forces fully as one voice to combat and defend what is left of America. Stop these giveaway programs and put people back to work to regain their pride and dignity.

A Legitimate Second Party to Challenge One Big Gov't. Party

Let us get real. The establishment republicans in the republican party are just playing their part in the Dog and Pony Show of Democrat Vs Republicans. It is time to take down the Republican Establishment entirely and replace Citizens who Love their country, the constitution, and Liberty more than they love money and power of their offices. They all have sold us out. And, if we cannot Displace All these Traitors, then we need to Start a Legitimate Second Party that Challenges the Current Big Government Party which has 2 factions called Democrats and Republicans. A legitimate Second Party would Challenge the One Big Government Party with no regard as to whether they identify as Republican or Democrat, who, at the end of the day, are one and the same with today's makeup in congress of USA.

Perilous Times

I personally have grave doubts that anything can be done in a parliamentary or electoral sense considering the fact that the democrats have created a national and totally corrupt political machine that will steal elections; intimidate or extort others through use of the unions; bribe or buy votes from the uninformed voting masses; if its candidate cannot win the election on a even playing field. This mess started with Woodrow Wilson; was aggravated by Franklin D. Roosevelt, radicalized by Lyndon B. Johnson; enhanced by James E, Carter; carried forward by William J. Clinton and is now being perfected by Obama. What we have is a democrat created marxist oligarchy and Obama is its present stooge. It is going to take a lot more than fielding candidates and hoping for a majority. I wish I was wrong, I sincerely do, but I fear we are now too late and too little for the electoral process.

Thank The Establishment GOP For Today’s Inauguration

 

Amen.