GOP Being Pantywaists Again!

Americans are tired of politicians that say one thing, do another, and do not live by a set of principles.  We know the Borg Progressives have completely absorbed their democratic host, but the GOP isn’t on life support yet.  One would think they would be listening, paying attention, and re-installing their spines considering the American public is more pissed at them then they are at the dems.

Once again, not so.  The GOP are being pantywaists in the face of overwhelming evidence that the American public wants them to get a grip!  Conservative republican candidate Rubio has just passed Crist in the polls, yet the GOP will continue to support Crist….wait for it….but not fund him.  Where is the leadership in that?  Their own website states, “Devoted To Electing A Republican Majority Senate”.  Clueless *(^*&%&*()**^&s.

Election 2010: Florida Republican Primary for Senate
Florida GOP Senate: Rubio 49%, Crist 37%

Former state House Speaker Marco Rubio has now jumped to a 12-point lead over Governor Charlie Crist in Florida’s Republican Primary race for the U.S. Senate.

A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely GOP Primary voters in the state finds Rubio leading Crist 49% to 37%. Three percent (3%) prefer another candidate, and 11% are undecided.

Here’s the punchline for the pubs who are following their democratic brethren in “I want my cake, and I want to eat it too” mode.

Senate GOP backs Crist, but not with cash

The National Republican Senatorial Committee will continue to endorse Florida Gov. Charlie Crist in the state’s Senate primary race but will not provide financial support, Sen. John Cornyn, the group’s chairman, said Tuesday.

“We’re going to stick with our endorsement,” Mr. Cornyn, Texas Republican, said in an interview with The Washington Times’ “America’s Morning News” radio show. But “we’re not going to be spending any money in the primary.”

Message to the GOP; you can’t have it both ways because now you appear even stupidier and weaker to the Wide Awake American Public.

And in related/unrelated news, has anyone find out why Bush 41 and Jeb Bush were meeting with Obama at the WH on 1/30/2010?

By Logistics Monster


  • i think the republican party not openly endorsing Rubio gives him a better chance of winning. Tea Party members are not about the party any more, it is about the candidate, We feel candidates not having open republican party support is an asset to getting elected even though they run as a republican

  • I agree Cynthia! Many Republicans are as clueless as the Dems. It wouldn’t matter who they endorse, really. I stopped supporting the Republican Party awhile ago and now send my donations directly to my candidate of choice. I wonder how many people are doing the same?

    Go Rubio!

    • Brenda, that is exactly what I have been doing. Everytime Repub or Demos call for donations I tell them I am not a party loyalist, my support will be with individual candidates based on their past and present support on issues, whether, republicans, democrits (not too much support these days) or independents.

  • Nothing like putting your money where your mouth is. Actually I am ok with this. They know that Crist is not going to win , when Rubio does he will not be beholding to the RNC. I hope by now we all have wised up and only contribute to the person running and not the party.

    This way the person running will know who they are beholding to and it will be the voters who have supported them not the party.

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