“I don’t want to be in Washington another six years and watch the Republican party betray the trust of the American people again. I mean, we had the White House. We had a majority in the House and the Senate. We voted for more spending and more earmarks. Most of our senior members seem to be focused on taking home the bacon. I’m not going to be in a Republican party like that and that’s not what the Republican Party is across America,” Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC)
If Jim DeMint quits the GOP, where is he going – the LOSERTARIAN Party?
Does he plan for all his little Tea Party people who are going to be elected to the Senate to go with him?
Are they going to caucus with the GOP, the losertarians, or the Dems?
Seems to me if DeMint takes his marbles and goes to play somewhere else he automatically hands the ball game to the Dems. Is that what he really wants? Is he a closet Democrat? Right now, if things continue to go his way, the only people who are truly going to be helped are the Dems!
Why are Tea Partiers such spoiled brats?
From The Right Scoop:
“…This is what I love about Jim DeMint. He is a true conservative who understands that we must get the moderate Republicans out of the party in order to save our country. Even though I would love to think they all have America’s best interests at heart, they don’t, and no one understands that more than DeMint. In fact he says he doesn’t want to spend another 6 years in Congress with a Republican Party who still operates like the previous Republican Congress. That’s why he is working so hard to elect true conservatives who understand limited government and I am truly inspired by his excitement over these candidates coming to Washington. He really wants change and he is making it happen. Perhaps he, as Beck says, is the next George Washington….”
THE SPOIL SPORT APPROACH
Rush thinks he is wonderful.
“…RUSH: I got an e-mail: “Rush, you’re missing it here on the Republicans. You keep talking about these ranking Republicans and the story about Mitch McConnell. They’re smart by saying they expect Obama to pivot, move in their direction. They’re trying to set Obama up as the guy of ‘no.’ They’re trying to make it look like Obama’s the obstacle. They’re pretty smart.” Okay, if you think that, let me give you a Winston Churchill quote: “If you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a small chance of survival. There may even be a worse case: you may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.” Winston Churchill said a number of great things during World War II, but this is right on the money. If you won’t fight when you can easily win, if you won’t fight when your victory will be sure and not costly, then you are doomed to lose down the line…”