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Be Careful What You Wish For, Quislings

20 February 2014 @ 21:01

From Breitbart, Tony Lee reporting, we learn [tip of the fedora to Smitty]:

The leader of a super PAC that is using donations from labor unions to wage war on the Tea Party went on MSNBC to say that Sen. Ted Cruz should leave the Republican party.

Former Rep. Steven LaTourette is a member in the establishment’s war on the Tea Party. His deceptively named “Defending Main Street” PAC is being financed primarily by Wall Street and labor unions, which have contributed at least 20% to the group’s fundraising haul.

In an appearance on MSNBC’s The Last Word on Tuesday, LaTourette said that Cruz was “reprehensible” for forcing Republicans to go on the record to advance a bill to raise the debt ceiling without reducing spending. Cruz forced those like Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) [Bob: Poor babies] to vote to move the bill to the floor. McConnell said he had to act to “protect the country” before then voting against final passage of the bill, which passed with no Republican support.

“I don’t think he is a Republican, to tell you the truth,” LaTourette said on MSNBC…”I wish he would stop being a Republican and leave the party. That would be a nice thing.”

Well…Ted Cruz is, from all reports, a very nice guy, so maybe he should take the advice given by LaTourette in his latest anti-conservative Coprolalia and leave the Quisling GOP.

I know many of us would gladly follow the Senator from Texas.

SIDENOTE: On the other hand, this Tic may have a point when he says: ‘I don’t think he is a Republican, to tell you the truth’.

Why would anyone who is honorable and decent and dedicated to fighting, not submitting to, Tyranny, like Senator Cruz, want to be associated with a group that appeases and collaborates with the Alien Enemy [aka, of course: Leftists]?


  1. M. Thompson permalink
    20 February 2014 @ 21:22 21:22

    I’m not surprised. Not one bit.

  2. 20 February 2014 @ 23:47 23:47

    Concur, we need a second party. Cruz and Palin, immediately, plus some others, could populate it. I certianly would.


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