Blogs 4 Brownback

March 24, 2007

The Running of the RINOs

Framed has an interesting post up today, 303 days, which includes candidate Jim Gilmore’s take on The Three RINOs excerpted from a Human Events interview.

Jim Gilmore on John McCain: “We knew that McCain was in the race, everyone knows John McCain but John McCain is not a conservative.”

Jim Gilmore on Rudy Giuliani: “We knew Rudy Giuliani would be in this race but…Rudy Giuliani supported Mario Cuomo for governor. and did TV ads for him instead of (Republican) George Pataki. In addition to that, he’s pro-choice, pro-gay marriage and pro-gun control….”

Jim Gilmore on Mitt Romney: “We knew Mitt Romney was in the race, and he’s very wealthy, we understand all that but Mitt Romney’s been a liberal politician in the northeast and it’s all on videotape. He supported Paul Tsongas for the President of the United States and when he was asked why he did that, he said he was an Independent. And then when [he] was asked again in 1994, he said he was no Reagan Republican.”

James Trumm of Framed sums up thus:

The GOP is being taken in a very different direction than it has been traveling for the last eight years, and unless a candidate like Gilmore (or Huckabee or Brownback) can break through, there are going to be a lot of disenfranchised Christian conservatives out there with nowhere to go.

I couldn’t agree more.

I’ve addressed this subject before in War of the RINOs. See also B4B‘s other RINO alerts.

— Psycheout


  1. Gilmore sure nailed ’em! RINOs, every one!

    Comment by Anti-Media — March 25, 2007 @ 12:02 am | Reply

  2. Unfortunately, Senator Brownback falls in with the RINO crewe after last spring and summer’s panderfest with illegal aliens. The amnesty vote on s.2611 is the nail in his coffin. He is no better than McCain, or Kennedy on this. I understand that the call of the pander was too strong for him to resist, but this also disqualifies him for the oval office if he is this weak.

    I can NOT support a candidate that will pander to non citizens and illegal aliens while ignoring citizens and LEGAL immigrants.

    Comment by jrfoleyjr — March 25, 2007 @ 1:19 am | Reply

  3. Sadly jrfoleyjr has forgotten our Lord’s desire that we should love our neighbor as ourselves. I will pray for you. Sam Brownback has compassion for his brother. Why don’t you? Release your hate. Satan is covetous of your hatred. Do not give in to sin.

    Comment by Psycheout — March 25, 2007 @ 3:22 am | Reply

  4. Fortunately a respect for law and order is the driving force behind the anti-illegal movement. This is notably absent from the likes of Psycheout. Laws only exist for citizens and legal immigrants and do not apply to those who have stealthily joined us in our midst. Satan is a sneaky SOB and takes both sides of an argument to fool the wary. He even quotes scripture when it suits his needs. I think he is trying a psyche-out on us.

    I do not hate anyone. I love and welcome all legal immigrants. Why do you hate the country that has raised and sheltered you and given you a safe place from which you write?

    I say again, I can not support a candidate for any elective office that places the interests of non-citizen ILLEGAL aliens (yes they ARE criminals!) above or in place of the needs, wants, interests, and demands of US citizens and legal immigrants.

    A non-citizen has no voice in our politics except through shills.

    Calling an illegal alien an undocumented immigrant is like calling a burglar an uninvited house guest.

    Comment by jrfoleyjr — March 25, 2007 @ 5:29 am | Reply

  5. Someone sounds angry. 😉

    Comment by Becky — March 25, 2007 @ 5:50 am | Reply

  6. Not me… I have nothing but love for my fellow law abiding citizens and legal immigrants.

    All the hate is coming from the subversive La Raza and allied groups. That was evident last spring at the massed demonstrations by the illegals who desecrated the flag and displayed utter contempt for the laws of the land. They have no desire to become part of this country. There is no respect for our laws from those whose initial act was to enter illegally.

    Sadly there is even an undercurrent of this same mentality from my own religion, which seems to be seperating itself gradually from Rome to morph into the American Catholic Church.

    Comment by jrfoleyjr — March 25, 2007 @ 6:32 am | Reply

  7. […] a way, that we didn’t really write anything about him. Although I did quote him in one of my blog posts, so it has been properly tagged. We’ll let The Right’s Field sum things up. From the […]

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