Cochran violating Mississippi State law, using race-baiting robocalls to turn out DEMS against Republican primary winner
This is why I say if Cochran wins — by blatantly violating state law, which demands that you vote in the general election for the candidate you vote for in the primary (in this case, a primary run-off), and does so with the brazen and open aid of Senate Republicans and local GOP establishment lobbyists and NRSC pacs — the GOP is over. Done with. Finished. Sleeps with the fishes. And we, the legal conservatives, will have no organized vehicle left by which to claim representation.
And we all know about how taxation without representation goes over in countries that purport to be free.
Let me make this as clear as I can: the GOP establishment is working hard to defeat the will of the GOP primary voters in Mississippi. They are doing so by actively courting Democrats, who they hope will illegally vote in the GOP primary today and push Cochran over the top to victory — after which, he’ll likely retire within a couple years and be replaced by the GOP establishment’s choice of corporatist. Meaning they would rather see Democrats choose the GOP Mississipi Senator than the GOP’s primary voter base. A campaign manager for Cochran was actually arrested, having been caught on camera, for removing pro-McDaniel yard signs and replacing them with Cochran signs. And of course, John McCain is one of Cochran’s biggest backers. Because Maverick! And Hobbits / wacko birds.
We, the people, are the owners of our government. Our government is supposed to operate on the consent of the governed. And yet here we are watching GOP insiders and crony capitalists rally support around the loser of the original GOP primary — and now funding robocalls that essentially accuse the TEA Party of being anti-Obama because of Obama’s color (well, half of it, at least).
Listen to this:
This is revolting. It is outrageous. And if it succeeds, its spells the end of the GOP as far as I’m concerned.
What we have now is a ruling class willing to protect its own over any upstarts the people may want — the only reason for this being that they distrust and dislike the people, particular their own party’s base, who they view as inconvenient morons and constitutional fetishists who need to be kept to the corner of their “big tent,” along with Mohammet, Jugdish, Sidney, and Clayton.
Screw them. We conservatives have been on “double secret probation” among the RINO elites for so long that it’s time to either storm the party doors or leave entirely and start our own fraternity, one that brings in Reagan Democrats and the remaining liberals who still believe in the Constitution, a fair and stable rule of law, capitalism, equality of opportunity, and government, on both the federal and state and local levels, that leaves us the hell alone.
And we’ll be colorblind in our purging of what has become a rather dubious “big tent,” to boot.