Sunday, December 19, 2010

Eight Republicans Who Need To Be Defeated

According to this Politico report, eight Republicans, call them RINOs, voted to repeal the "Don't Ask Don't Tell" (DADT) policy in our military, greatly opening up the likelihood that both morality and morale will be severely undermined.  Quoting from Politico, "The Republican senators voting “yes” with the Democrats on repeal were Richard Burr of North Carolina, Mark Kirk of Illinois, John Ensign of Nevada, Scott Brown of Massachusetts, George Voinovich of Ohio, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska – and Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins, both of Maine"

The votes of Snowe and Collins are no surprise, and I suppose neither is Scott Brown's.  But John Ensign?   Et tu, Brute? Every Tea Party activist in the states of these RINO's should make it their mission to take these people out during the next elections when they're up.


  1. I thought the Tea Parties were strictly concerned with fiscal policy, not social issues.

  2. I too am hearing some disconcerting prattle to that effect from self-described "leaders" within the movement. If indeed the Tea Party does limit its focus to only fiscal issues and look indifferently at the more fundamental moral issues, then they too will become not much more than a historical flash in the pan. For their sake, and that of the whole nation, I hope they see quickly the foolishness of ignoring the moral/social issues.

  3. It's ironic that you say "Et tu Brute" because Julius Caesar apparently had gay relationships while he was an ambassador, while he was a soldier, and while he was a dictator. Maybe Brutus cheated!


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