Senate GOP Trying to Recruit MSNBC’s RINO Joe Scarborough to Run Against Bill Nelson in 2012 Florida Senate Race
When will Republicans ever learn? JUST SAY NO TO JOE!
Ever wonder why the GOP became the minority in the US Senate by a near super-minority? It was for the exact reasons like the report from The Hill, where the GOP is wooing MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough to runagainst incumbent Democrat Senator Bill Nelson in Florida. Republican voters do not want RINO’s, especially in a state that in the last election say victory for Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Republican/Tea party Conservative Marco Rubio.
Republicans in Washington are trying to recruit Joe Scarborough to run against Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) next year.
Sen. John Cornyn (Texas), who heads the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), told The Hill on Thursday that he has talked to Scarborough a couple times about a Senate bid. And he indicated he’s still working on persuading the MSNBC host to run for the upper chamber.
Name recognition, that’s what the blue blood, country club Republicans think that “We the People” want and the country needs? NAME RECOGNITION? One might want to ask what name recognition that Marco Rubio had when he won in a landslide in his Florida US Senate race. As stated by Weasil Zippers, “No effen RINOs. I guess we didn’t make ourselves clear enough last November”. What more message to the clueless GOP establishment need? Did the powers that be in the GOP Senate not learn when they backed RINO, turncoat Charlie Crist? How out of touch is the NRSC?
Cornyn noted on Thursday that Scarborough’s name ID is higher now than it was back then. Scarborough has been with MSNBC for the past eight years, initially hosting “Scarborough Country” and now “Morning Joe.”
Scarborough is happy with what he is doing, Cornyn stressed. But Cornyn also made it clear that he thinks there is a chance Scarborough could run.
Wisconsin: RINO Senator Dale Schultz Offers Compromise to Undercut Gov. Walker’s Budget Cutting Plans
Wonder why states wind up in such bad budget shape, it’s not just because of Democrats … add RINO’s to the list as well.
RINO ALERT! So called-moderate Wisconsin state Senator Dale Schultz buckles as he floats a compromise that would undermine Governor Walker’s budget. Difficult times call for difficult choices and isn’t it pathetic that RINO’s would cave. Maybe Mr. Schultz would like to go into hiding with the rest of the “fleebaggers”?
The proposal, written by Sen. Dale Schultz and first floated in the Republican caucus early last week, calls for most collective bargaining rights of public employee unions to be eliminated – per Mr. Walker’s bill – but then reinstated in 2013, said Mr. Schultzs’s chief of staff Todd Allbaugh.
“Dale is committed to find a way to preserve collective bargaining in the future,” said Mr. Allbaugh in a telephone interview.
What is wrong with Republicans? Do they not understand when they are in the driver’s seat? There was an election in 2010 that swept the GOP into power in Wisconsin, including the election of Gov. Walker. The people knew what he was running on. As stated by Hugh Hewitt, Walker knows that he may never have more power than he does right now; however, there are weak-kneed Republicans that don’t appear to have the stomach to do the right thing.
RINO Senator Lisa Murkowski Sides with Democrats, GOP Attempt at Repealing Obamacare a Waste of Time
Once RINO, always a RINO …
What a shock RINO Alaskan US Senator echos the Democrat party that the Senate does not have the votes to repeal Obamacare. As reported in The Hill, Murkowski ”mimicked a Democratic argument against GOP repeal efforts”; Democrats say that Republicans have gone back on their calls to focus on jobs by holding a health care vote as their first major action of the 112th Congress.
Murkowski claims she would vote for the repeal of Obamacare, yet she calls it a waste of time? A note to Senator Murkowski, unlike your election in the 49th state, the rest of America elected Republicans who promised to do the will of the people and dismantle Obamacare.
Harry Reid and Dems give the finger to WE THE PEOPLE …
The Democrats suddenly claim they are fiscally responsible in playing class warfare when it comes to tax cuts for the rich, but they have no problem spending another $1.1 trillion in a near 2000 page Omnibus bill. GOOD GRIEF. This is what Harry Reid and the Democrats think of the 2010 midterm elections and the fact that the people said enough spending! Instead, Reid and the Dems just add more and more pork spending and keep adding more and more deficits to the already existing record one. Just 42 days ago Americans went to the polls and gave Democrats a shellacking as a political tsunami swept many spendthrift Democrats out of office. And now this.
America, this is what Harry Reid thinks of the 2010 elections. BTW, thanks so much Nevada
Can you imagine America, after the 2010 midterm elections … the Democrat majority think so little of you that they directly against your will. American told Washington to stop spending so what do Democrats continue to do … SPEND!
Senate Democrats have filed a $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill that would fund the government through fiscal year 2011, according to Senate GOP sources.
The 1,924-page bill includes funding to implement the sweeping healthcare reform bill Congress passed earlier this year as well as additional funds for Internal Revenue Service agents, according to a senior GOP aide familiar with the legislation.
The package drew a swift rebuke from Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee.
“The attempt by Democrat leadership to rush through a nearly 2,000-page spending bill in the final days of the lame-duck session ignores the clear will expressed by the voters this past election,”Thune said in a statement. “This bill is loaded up with pork projects and should not get a vote. Congress should listen to the American people and stop this reckless spending.”
The outrage of many can be heard from US Senator John McCain (R-AZ) in the following video.
“The American People Have Said Enough!”
“I thought that the message was pretty clear. That the American people said enough with the spending, enough with the pork barrel spending, enough with mortgaging our children and grandchildren’s future.”
Have these shameless politicians learned nothing from the revolt of “WE THE PEOPLE” in the 2010 midterms? And for their final lame-duck act comes the $1.1 trillion PORKTACULAR Omnibus bill. Oh but wait, its not just Democrats … its RINO’s as well. That and pissed off Republicans who were replaced in this past election like Sen. Bob Bennett (R-Utah).
“That’s my intention,” said retiring Sen. Bob Bennett (R-Utah) when asked if he would support the package.
Bennett said earmarks in the bill might give some of his GOP colleagues reason to hesitate but wouldn’t affect his vote.
“It will be tough for some, but not for me,” he said.
GOP Sens. Kit Bond (Mo.), George Voinovich (Ohio) and Susan Collins (Maine) also told The Hill on Tuesday they would consider voting for the omnibus but want to review it before making a final decision.
$247,000 – Virus free grapes in Washington State
$413,000 – Peanut research in Alabama
$125,000 – Fishery equipment for the Guam Fisherman’s Cooperative Association
$349,000 – Swine waste management in North Carolina
$277,000 – Potato pest management in wisconsin
$246,000 – Bovine tuberculosis treatment in Michigan and Minnesota
$522,000 – Cranberry and blueberry disease and breeding in New Jersey
$500,000 – Oyster safety in Florida
$400,000 – Solar parking canopies and plug-in electric stations in Kansas
$165,000 – Maple syrup research in Vermont
Get on your phones and call your Senators and SAY NO, HELL NO!!!
“Additionally, the bill earmarks $727,000 to compensate ranchers in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan whenever endangered wolves eat their cattle. As my colleagues know, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Gray Wolf program is under intense scrutiny for wasting millions of taxpayer dollars every year to ‘recover’ endangered wolves that are now overpopulating the West and Midwest. My State of Arizona has a similar wolf program but ranchers in my state aren’t getting $727,000 in this bill.
“Mr. President, I will have much more to say about this bill later this week. I assure my colleagues – we will spend a great deal of time talking about this bill and the outrageous number of earmarks it contains. But for now let me just say this: it is December 14th – we are 22 days away from the beginning of a new Congress and nearly three full months into fiscal year 2011 – and yet we have not debated a single spending bill or considered any amendments to cut costs or get our debt under control. Furthermore, the majority decided that they just didn’t feel like doing a budget this year. How is that responsible leadership?
The answer is, IT IS NOT. This is the reason why in 2012, fiscally conservative Republicans must take back the US Senate and the White House. America cannot survive if this continues.
RINO US Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) States Republicans “made some pretty poor choices” in choosing their Senate candidates this fall
Actual Lindsey Graham, you’re a pretty poor excuse for a Republican Senator …
From The Hill, Lindsey Graham, the US Senator from South Carolina stated that Republicans “made some pretty poor choices” in choosing their Senate candidates this fall. Oh really, you RINO? I hope the senator from SC does not think that he is the future of the GOP. It is poor GOP examples like Graham that got the Republican in trouble with voters in the first place. WE THE PEOPLE do not want Democrat light out of Republicans, we want Republicans that will adhere to GOP principles.
Just a note to Lindsey, it was the Tea Party enthusiasm that lead to Republican wins in the US House, Senate, Governorships and state legislatures. I hardly think you want to be bad mouthing them, especially being from the Palmetto state.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said that Republicans “made some pretty poor choices” in choosing their Senate candidates this fall.