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The clown show at the Republican National Committee is the gift that keeps on giving. Giving to Democrats, that is. Classic Liberal has a list of their latest screwups.
To which I can only add this pathetic gaffe:
The Republican National Committee sent a fundraising mail piece earlier this month with a return number that leads to a phone-sex line offering "live, one-on-one talk with a nasty girl who will do anything you want for just $2.99 per minute."
Well, what do you expect from the brain trust who thought holding a fund raiser at a strip club was a fabulous idea? Maybe they figure at $2.99 per minute they can really rack up the donations.
When we say Not One Red Cent we really, really mean it. These bozos aren't competent enough to tie their own shoes and they surely aren't conservative.
Various GOP leaders have tried to foist themselves on the Tea Party movement in an attempt to be seen as protectors and defenders of the Constitution. Sadly, most of them are merely opportunists seeking votes in exchange for lip service and vague promises.
CL says that it's time "for a third party to make a splash".
I'd rather see the Tea Party co-opt the GOP. Join up. Move in. Take over.
Replace the GOP leadership clown show with competent, energetic conservatives.
That'll make all the splash we need.
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