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Will RINO hunts come to Mississippi?


The Hattisburg American

In South Carolina they have a partisan group called RINO HUNT. Its mission is to hunt out not-so-conservative Republicans in the state Legislature and replace them with true believers. You see, Republicans have majorities in both the House and Senate in South Carolina, but, apparently, they don’t all vote conservative enough for the faithful.

Now comes Mississippi with its new Republican control of the Legislature.When the victory laps slow down and folks take off their rose-colored glasses, they’re going to see a number of RINOs making up the Republican majorities in both the Mississippi House and Senate.

How many?

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The Problem With RINOs Is Their Courage Level


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Re James Kirkpatrick’s article Is “Conservatism” Enough? Russell Pearce’s Defeat And The Future Of “The Movement”

From: Paul Streitz [email him]

It is not the ideas that the RINOs hold that is the problem, it is their courage level.

With the Exception of Senator John McCain, a RINO,  I agree and Lindsey Graham is the personification of a RINO…..A complete coward. (Jim Campbell)

There is a book called Emotion: A Psychoevolutionary Synthesis by Robert Plutchik. It posits eight basic emotionsthat come in opposite pairs: joy-grief, anticipation-surprise, acceptance-disgust, fear-anger.The RINO’s are high on fear. That is, they are simply afraid of any pushback for anything they do. Therefore, they compromise on everything. They are not fighters. Also, what they desire in life is acceptance. They want to be liked. When a group objects to what they do, they simply back down. They cannot force their ideas on anyone.

Special Session Priorities Still Unachieved Thanks To RINO Sabotage


By Peter Morrison

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Comment by Jim Campbell

To be very clear Governor Rick Perry is no RINO, he needs to begin learning to run his campaign while battling for key legislation in Texas.

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C.

Recently Governor Rick Perry ordered a special legislative session to deal with a few pressing issues, such as school funding, Congressional redistricting, and other matters. During a special session, legislators may only deal with issues specified by the Governor in the call for the special session, or issues which he adds once the session begins. In this case, Governor Perry added two more items to the agenda.

The first was a bill banning “sanctuary cities” in Texas.  The term refers to cities and towns that declare themselves a sanctuary for illegal aliens, openly stating that they are not going to enforce laws against illegal immigration. The other one was a bill that would make it a crime for TSA agents to touch the private parts of airline passengers during “security screenings.”

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RINO BOY Lindsey Graham is at it again where’s outrage?


By Jane Lareau  In this time of dramatic deficits – both state and federal – and severe budget cutting, it is inconceivable to me how state officials can look the other way as SCDOT moves inexorably forward on spending $2.3 billion on a brand new, unnecessary interstate to Myrtle Beach, I-73.

Senator Lindsay Graham and Representative Tim Scott – vocal and passionate supporters of fiscal conservatism under all other situations – not only are not disturbed by this mother-of-all earmarks, they are harshly criticizing EPA for legally and correctly recommending the federal water quality permit be denied.

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RINOs for Traffic Fatalities? Yes because they believe in Global Warming


Steve Melloy

Canada Free Press

 

A group of 15 so-called Republicans wrote President Obama urging him to double average fuel efficiency to as much as 62 miles per gallon by 2025.

But barring some new, magical technology and/or magical fuel, such a policy would put Americans in smaller, lighter and more deadly cars.

The 15 dimwitted RINOs signing the letter are:

  1. Former Congressman Sherwood Boehlert (N.Y.), Honorary Board member of the Fifth-columnesque Republicans for Environmental Protection;
  2. Former Congressman Michael Castle (Del.), Honorary Board member of the Fifth-columnesque Republicans for Environmental Protection and one of only eight Republican House members to vote for the notorious Waxman-Markey cap-and-trade bill;
  3. Former Congressman Vernon Ehlers (Mich.); Honorary Board member of the Fifth-columnesque Republicans for Environmental Protection;
  4. Former Congressman Wayne Gilchrest (Md.); Honorary Board member of the Fifth-columnesque Republicans for Environmental Protection
  5. Former Congressman Benjamin Gilman (N.Y.), an important Congressional supporter of the Church of Scientology;
  6. Former Congressman Amory Houghton (N.Y.), a limousine liberal who voted with Democrats on environmental issues;
  7. Former Congressman Connie Morella (Md.), who only voted right once per session—for Speaker;
  8. Former Congressman Chris Shays (Conn.), an Honorary Board member of the Fifth-columnesque Republicans for Environmental Protection
  9. Former Congressman Jim Ramstad (Minn.), voted to start implementing the Kyoto Protocol in 2000 and voted against drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge;
  10. Former Congressman Peter Smith, a career education administrator—‘nuff said;
  11. Former EPA administrator Christine Todd Whitman, Honorary Board member of the Fifth-columnesque Republicans for Environmental Protection. When Whitman was selected to be the first EPA administrator in the George W. Bush administration, she didn’t know the difference between ozone depletion and global warming;
  12. Former EPA administrator Russell Train, Honorary Board member of the Fifth-columnesque Republicans for Environmental Protection;
  13. Former EPA administrator Bill Reilly, former president and now chairman of the World Wildlife Fund;
  14. Former EPA administrator Bill Ruckelshaus, the EPA administrator whose 1972 ban of DDT led to the deaths of tens of millions of Africans; and
  15. Former Vermont Governor Jim Douglas, works to undermine real Republicans through the Bipartisan Policy Center.

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