We Have a New Home! Please Click Below to Go to the New Freedom’s Lighthouse!

freedomslighthouse.net

Blog Archive

Monday, February 8, 2010

Ed Rollins Says there are "No RINOS" Left in the Republican Party - Video


Here is video of GOP Strategist Ed Rollins saying that there really are "no RINOS" (Republicans in Name Only) left in the Republican Party. He made the remark after John Avlon of "The Daily Beast" said that the Tea Party Movement is determined to run "RINOS" out of the Republican Party.

I'm not sure many conservative Republicans would agree with that statement!

3 comments:

Anonymous,  February 8, 2010 at 8:09 PM  

well, I am not sure what this even means??

But as a former democrat, now Independent, I will be voting for all conservatives/republicans this november. And this is the only the second time in my voting record I will be voting for conservatives/repubs.

Seriously, the Tea Party movement is attracting so many moderate/conservative dems and Independents as well. I don't understand why these fools keep insulting me?

Is this their 2010 strategy? Insult voters?

Anonymous,  February 8, 2010 at 10:28 PM  

To Anonymous: The problem with RINO's and why I personally have a problem with them is this:

When you elect a Republican you expect them to follow the party platform. I live in a heavily Republican County. You can not get elected without the (R) by your name. We have had a lot of liberal Democrats switch parties to get elected. Then they drag in friends, family, and supporters so that they can continue to get elected. You said you are an independent. Not a Republican. Therefore you cannot be considered a RINO, wishy-washy yes, but not a RINO. We are not trying to insult voters. Everyone in this country has the right to believe the way they wish. All I ask is call a spade a spade. If you are a Conservative, the Republican party is the best place to be. If you are a liberal, the democrats are the best for you.

Hope this helps.
John - Wyoming

  © Blogger templates Newspaper III by Ourblogtemplates.com 2008

Back to TOP