Blogs 4 Brownback

April 2, 2007

Corrupt RINOs Frolick in Financial Filth

The RINOs wallow in muck this week:

Republican Mitt Romney reported raising $23 million for his presidential campaign during the first three months of the year, a surprising tally for a relative newcomer and an amount rivaling the total reported a day earlier by Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Meanwhile, the GOP front-runner in the polls, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, said his donations totaled $15 million — including more than $10 million during March alone.

Both Republican numbers blew away past party presidential fundraising standards, while Romney’s figure put the former Massachusetts governor in competition with Clinton, the Democratic front-runner. The New York senator on Sunday reported raising $26 million between Jan. 1 and March 31.

These scumbags think that gaining financial parity with a DemocRAT will help them win the White House. What they don’t understand is that Brownback has the backing of a Higher Power than their moneybags and their pollsters and their safari-organizing swill-dribblers. Brownback, and the American people, will win this election, money or no money, media or no media. America is the Chosen Nation; even to suggest that it could fall into the hands of a degenerate pervert like Giuliani or a flip-flopping abortionist like Romney is tantamount to blasphemy.


  1. I hear you. The nomination is still a long ways off. These pretenders will be exposed and Sam will take his rightful place. Either that or America is going to be punished under the oppressive thumb or a liberal with either an R or a D after his name.

    Never forget the power of prayer, folks.

    Comment by Psycheout — April 2, 2007 @ 12:26 pm | Reply

  2. I don’t think our nation deserves to be run by a degenerate of either party. Then again, it’s impossible for me to say. But I have faith, and that’s all I need. What should happen, will happen.

    Comment by Sisyphus — April 2, 2007 @ 12:45 pm | Reply

  3. I don’t think 2-3 million is good news for Brownback, but there’s still the debates and plenty of time for political maneuvering. At the least, Sam is a very good option for a veep.

    Comment by Noonan — April 2, 2007 @ 6:10 pm | Reply

  4. I really think Brownback will come out on top, though. It’s still very early days, and if there’s anything we’ve learned, the early front-runner does not necessarily become the candidate. I think that Brownback is being smart and keeping his powder dry, waiting for the RINOs to self-destruct (as they will).

    Comment by Lyssie — April 2, 2007 @ 6:20 pm | Reply

  5. The second quarter is a better indicator anyway, you know. As Brownback builds momentum, his finances will improve.

    Comment by Sisyphus — April 3, 2007 @ 4:04 am | Reply

  6. Good points. Finances and polls momentum build off each other I suppose and, with the exception of the Romney camp, nobody seems to be levelling attacks on Brownback right now among the GOP hopefuls. Now that McCain has been heavily blugeoned, perhaps they’ll move onto Romney and Giuliani. Once they start opening fire on each other its anybody’s guess how things will shake out.

    I really believe that the field is ripe now though for a strong conservative to emerge from the woodwork, and perhaps noone is better qualified or situated than Brownback.

    Comment by Noonan — April 3, 2007 @ 6:51 pm | Reply

  7. I hope so, Noonan. Momentum certainly seems to be building, and the McCain campaign in particular seems to be suffering from acute teething pains.

    Comment by Sisyphus — April 4, 2007 @ 9:29 am | Reply

  8. I am from the state of Maine a small state in the Northeast. I am truth to the story that grassroots activists are coming out in support of Sam Brownback. Nobody ever said it was easy (Earned Media, Money, etc.) but we should all keep our heads up as long as Senator Brownback has his head up for the prize we should be behind him regardless of money or what the liberal media has to say.

    Comment by Jason — April 4, 2007 @ 9:09 pm | Reply

  9. Way to go, Jason! Hopefully, Maine will go Republican this year. I know it’s gone for Democrats the last two cycles, but my understanding is it’s something of a battleground state.

    If the GOP can take back New England, it can wrap this race up with no problems.

    Comment by Sisyphus — April 5, 2007 @ 4:04 am | Reply

  10. We took a tough loss Sisyphus in our state house and governor race. The Democracts continue to tax us to the hill.. But now they are proposing that the state self insure the Dirgio Health the governors health insurance plan. ( I say let them do it will show what a failure government health care is..)

    Comment by Jason — April 5, 2007 @ 4:40 am | Reply

  11. “We took a tough loss Sisyphus in our state house and governor race. The Democracts continue to tax us to the hill.. But now they are proposing that the state self insure the Dirgio Health the governors health insurance plan. ( I say let them do it will show what a failure government health care is..)”

    Every once in a while, the Dems have to win a few races. Otherwise, people wouldn’t remember how rotten they are at governing. Don’t worry, I’m sure the citizens of Maine are becoming pretty sick of their shenanigans by this point. And you’re right, government health care will fail miserably, discrediting the Democratic Party for over a generation (if they ever try it nationally, especially).

    Comment by Sisyphus — April 5, 2007 @ 7:00 am | Reply

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