Corruption in Both the DNC and the RNC

Preface:

As much as the MSM would like to portray nationwide opposition to the Obama-Pelosi-Reid Democratic Socialist agenda as somehow Republican “astroturfing” (as opposed to authentic grassroots), the truth is that there is a large (and growing) grassroots uprising that is non-partisan. 

Real people, from all different parts of the political spectrum: Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, Constitution Party, Independents, etc., have all come together in support of our Constitutional Republic and in opposition to Democratic Socialism/Communism.

The protesters come from all political parties, and the outrage is similarly non-partisan.  It is not opposition directed at a single politician or a single political party.  It is opposition directed at anyone who is not honoring their oath of office to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States” and is supporting the Democratic Socialist agenda.  Both Democrats and Republicans have heard from angry constituents. 

This is not a partisan resistance, and the MSM is revealing their bias by implying that it is.

Main point:

A Democratic writer at the PUMA blog TexasDarlin has an excellent post up called “Sticks and Stones”.  One line in particular struck a nerve with me:

So we’re supposed to just fall into line… because these crooked yahoos told us to.

That happened in the Republican Party, too! 

John McCain came in 4th place in the Iowa Caucus on January 3, 2008.  (Hardly becoming of a “presumptive nominee”)

Less than three weeks later, references to John McCain as “presumptive nominee” started appearing in the MSM.

And less than four weeks after McCain’s 4th place finish in Iowa, the Vice Chairman of the Republican National Committee sent the message that resistance was futile…

It is time to unite behind John McCain to be the nominee of our party.

The leaders of our party have a responsibility to do the right thing when the time has come. Friends, the time has now come.

So, in the week before Super Tuesday, the RNC was trying to pressure people to “unite behind John McCain” and repeat the mantra that John McCain was the “presumptive nominee”.

In my opinion, that is trying to manipulate a Presidential election, and has no place anywhere, especially in the leadership of a national party.  By the way, I wrote about this almost a year ago.

There is corruption in the leadership of both the DNC and the RNC. 

But that shouldn’t come as a surprise.  Senator Joe McCarthy warned us about Communist infiltration of our government, and he was proven right, not proven wrong.

Drawing on primary sources—including never-before-published government records and FBI files, as well as recent research gleaned from Soviet archives and intercepted transmissions between Moscow spymasters and their agents in the United States—Evans presents irrefutable evidence of a relentless Communist drive to penetrate our government, influence its policies, and steal its secrets. Most shocking of all, he shows that U.S. officials supposedly guarding against this danger not only let it happen but actively covered up the penetration. All of this was precisely as Joe McCarthy contended.

The Communists have accomplished many of their goals found in W. Cleon Skousen’s 1960 book The Naked Communist and which were recorded into the Congressional record over 46 years ago (January 10, 1963).

What was goal number 15?

15. Capture one or both of the political parties in the United States.

Wake up, America!  Get the Democratic Socialist Communists out of our government, before we no longer have any vestige left of our beloved Constitutional Republic.

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4 Responses to Corruption in Both the DNC and the RNC

  1. Trevor Hilton says:

    I’ve thought for a LOOOONG time that the Republican Party needed a shake up. I had hopes for Michael Steele, but so far he’s been a big disappointment. Sarah Palin seems to be the most energizing force for Republicans, now. And many in the Party, including McCain, are fighting her more than they’re fighting democrats.

    I’m seeing some signs of life in the Party, but they mostly seem to be at the local level. At the national level, it seems too many McCain Republicans are in control.

    Right now, I don’t think Republicans are better than democrats. Rather, I think democrats are worse than Republicans.

  2. Well said, Trevor. I agree completely.

  3. Now we have that RNC “Chosen One” [McCain] telling Tea Party conservatives to “get on board”.

    Nice.

    But to be expected from the “back room deal” RINOs.

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