Friday, February 08, 2008


Here is a copy of the letter I sent to the Republican National Committe expressing my extreme displeasure concerning the pathetic weasels they have become, and the even more pathetic weasel they have chosen to run. If you would like to do the same, please address your correspondence to Mike Duncan, RNC Chariman, Republican National Committee, 310 First Street, Washington, D.C. 20003. Phone: 202-863-8700, Fax: 202-863-8820, Email:

I may wind up saying goodbye to all of our loyal readers as well after this. I doubt they will let me post from the "Re-education Camp".

Dear Sir,

I just wanted to say goodbye, this time permanently, to the so-called “conservative” Republican Party. I am not leaving the party, the party has left me. If I wanted Socialism, I could vote for the Democrats. As it is, I have been left with no choice at all other than a Third Party protest vote. The conservative base that once made the GOP great has been betrayed by the power mongers one too many times. The way the Republican Party treats its soon-to-be-former base members begs for them to say goodbye to the party and seek conservatism elsewhere.

The pathetic fact that the “best and brightest” that the Grand Old Party could offer us peasants this election cycle was the Rudy McRomney Show illustrates that the GOP is about as “conservative” as Karl Marx, and as financially, morally and spiritually bankrupt as the rest of the nation. Honestly, I cannot tell the difference between the two major parties any longer. Both parties are driving the bus off the cliff into a Socialist Police State but the Republicans brag that they are only doing 75 mph, while the Democrats are doing 80. If that were not enough, now our GOP “handlers” here in Montana will not even allow us to vote for our own poison in the primaries.

The conservative base of the party is more than fed up; we are outraged and seething. No more are we willing to play the same tired, apathetic games of “vote for the lesser of two evils” or “Well, he’s better than Bill…or Al…or Hillary.” The choice you have presented us with is so odious that no, he is neither the lesser of two evils nor “better” than the Socialist megalomaniac running on the other side. If Juan McCain represents conservatism, I represent the Planet Zork.

I gave the GOP one last chance this year before leaving once and for all because of Ron Paul. Yet the only real conservative in the race was ridiculed, resisted, and marginalized by both the GOP and the media. His message of freedom and a return to the rule of law terrified the creatures that infest Capital Hill, Democrat and Republican alike, because they know they are corrupt and do not wish to lose their money, power and perks, even if the country goes down the toilet because of them.

Enough is enough. Barring a miracle, I will never again support nor vote for the Republican Party. I will probably actually enjoy watching the GOP implode over this latest brazen and arrogant attempt to spit in the face of their conservative base. If that means Hillary in the Whitehouse, so be it. You see, the “lesser of two evils” argument can work both ways. Goodbye and good riddance.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

They don't care about Rush Limbaugh, who has millions of listeners, I doubt they care what we say.