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DEMOCRATS AND THE GOP ESTABLISHMENT ALLY TO CRUSH CONSERVATIVES: Part One of a Three Part Series

By Lee Cary

Series Abstract: Karl Rove’s targeting of Michigan Congressman Justin Amash as “the most liberal Republican” in Congress signals the GOP Establishment’s plan to cull out the most conservative Republican office-holders from the GOP herd. The bipartisan nature of that effort is illustrated in the Democrat funding behind the (Republican) Main Street led by former nine-term Republican Congressman Steve LaTourette.  

Part I: The GOP Establishment targets Tea Party candidates for defeat

The tension between the conservative and moderate wings of the Republican Party that began soon after the 2010 midterm elections has now escalated to open political warfare.

In the run-up to the 2012 elections, the conflict was largely clandestine, with the exception of the dust-ups surrounding a few Republican Senatorial candidates, including Todd Akin of Missouri and Christine O’Donnell of Delaware.  

But, in 2012, other largely unreported scraps between the GOP Establishment and Tea Party-friendly candidates happened at the county, state and national levels of the Republican Party apparatus. A Tea Party website prominent in Texas documented several of those engagements in Michigan, Texas, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and in Western and Eastern states.

http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2014/03/democrats-and-gop-establishment-ally-to.html


Democrats & GOP Establishment Ally to Crush Conservatives

Part 2: A New York Times "Top General" in the GOP Establishment's War on Conservative Extremists

The Republican Main Street Partnership was formed in 1993 by Amory "Amo" Houghton to represent the moderate wing of the Republican Party. Today, its membership includes three GOP US Senators (Susan Collins, Mark Kirk, and John McCain) and fifty-two Republican members of the US House of Representatives.

Steven LaTourette represented Ohio's 19th Dist. (1995-2003) and 14th Dist. (2003-2013) in the House. After retiring from elected politics, he became the organization's unpaid President and CEO (for three-years) beginning in January 2013.

In November 2012, after his new position was announced, LaTourette said his new organization "...may drop the word 'Republican' from its name and promote a 'center-right' agenda without respect for partisan labels. 'If you have the courage to stand up to the extremes of your party and vote for the good of the country, we may protect you."

http://newmediajournal.us/indx.php/item/11591


Democrats & GOP Establishment Ally to Crush Conservatives

Part III: A GOP Establishment Challenger to Amash Emerges With Bipartisan Support

In early October 2013, Brian Ellis, a Republican Establishment-backed candidate, surfaced to challenge Congressman Justin Amash for the Michigan 3rd District congressional seat.

On October 7, 2013, the Washington Post predicted the challenger’s arrival in an article entitled “Some tea party congressmen see political backlash at home” by Philip Rucker.

“[W]ithin Grand Rapids’ powerful business establishment, patience is running low with Amash’s ideological agenda and tactics. Some business leaders are recruiting a Republican primary challenger who they hope will serve the old-fashioned way — by working the inside game and playing nice to gain influence and solve problems for the district. They are tired of tea party governance, as exemplified by the budget fight that led to the shutdown and threatens a first-ever U.S. credit default…Some prominent business leaders are lining up behind investment manager Brian Ellis, according to several GOP operatives here.”

Rucker quoted Meg Goebel, President of the Paul Goebel (insurance) Group, as being “‘really, really unhappy’ with the leading role Amash has played in tying the health-care law to overall government funding. ‘I don’t see him as a collaborator, and I think that’s a huge problem,’ Goebel, a former chair of the Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce, said. ‘People used to say, ‘I don’t like the Congress, but I like my congressman.’ I don’t think that’s the case anymore.’”

http://www.teaparty911.com/blog/democrats-and-gop-establishment-ally-to-crush-conservatives-part-iii/


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Wendy Davis gets fewer votes than Bill White

What Happened to the Buzzing Wendy Davis Cult?

When Texas State Senator Wendy Davis shot onto the national scene with her famous filibuster against abortion restrictions, she instantly became a media sensation and a ruling class cultural icon. She was the leading edge of an inevitable paradigm shift that would transform Texas from red to blue.

But a funny thing happened on the way to the ballot box. The Wendy fetish among our national elites didn’t spread to the democratic electorate. Davis garnered just 432,025 votes or 79.05 percent of a total 546,480 votes cast in the Democratic gubernatorial primary.

That compares to Gregg Abbott’s haul of 1,219,831 votes or 91.50 percent of 1,333,010 total votes cast in the Republican primary. Abbott racked up nearly three times Davis’ vote total in a race that was generally considered a foregone conclusion. That translates to a statewide gubernatorial turnout of 4.01 percent for the Democrats, and 9.8 percent for the Republicans. So much for pink running shoes enthusiasm.


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Texas Representative Failures

John Corona ~ TX State Senator District 16

Bob Deuell ~ TX State Senator District 2

Linda Harper-Brown ~ TX House District 105

Bennett Ratliff ~ TX House District 115

Ralph Sheffield ~ TX House District 55

 

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Texas Right to Life Excoriates Senator Bob Deuell in Recent Mailer

Texas Right to Life Excoriates Senator Bob Deuell in Recent Mailer

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Texas State Senator Bob Deuell & Obamacare Death Panels

Texas State Senator Bob Deuell authored SB 303 which would have granted hospitals the power to impose denial-of-care directives, such as "do not attempt resuscitation" (DNAR), against patients without their consent and without even giving them written notice. Fortunately, the bill was defeated, but Senator Deuell is up for reelection and Texans must remember this bill when they hit the voting booths.

Texas State Senator Bob "Dr. Death" Deuell

The AAPS (Association of American Physicians and Surgeons) apply named the bill the "Right for Hospitals to Deny Care Act".

Read more at AAPSonline.org.

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