A Nuclear Option for Tampa


I guess I’ve pouted enough. Since my candidates have been ridden out, I don’t much care who “wins” along the GOP primary trail. Seems the best thing would be if 2 or 3 or even all four of the retreads carry on right to the convention. Who knows what will happen there? Redemption can happen any where, any time.

For now, put me among the undecideds but don’t lump me in with the clueless. It isn’t that hard to figure out. The insiders stabbed the outsiders in the back, again. That is the only type of gratitude the morally vacant understand. The establishment treats the outsider, tea party crowd like the natives in Iraq treated their American liberators: “Thanks a lot; now take a hike.”

The establishment GOP is not about to let any of the unwashed challenge their, umm, status and position. Cocktails at 7, black tie, invitation only and please do not ask Mr. Will to sign any autographs. The RINO sum-beaches would rather lose with a club member than win with one of “them.”

Clearing the decks is what the RINO GOP does for its next in line. They think they are on a smooth glide-path (again) for one of theirs to go up against the socialist, a narcissist with billions of dollars to insure his continued rule over a country he dislikes. With four more years, it would be more to his liking. Pray, patriots.

Standing in Barry’s way are three white-bread quackers, all of whom have shown a love of doing big things with big government. Oh yeah, there’s one 76 year old old bat-guana crazy crank in the mix. Think of him as a three time loser. For me, he is now one of my useful idiots, sucking up votes and air time right up to August in Tampa.

Despite their best efforts, there is trouble in RINOland. While several serious outsiders have been killed off, the grassroots of the GOP base is more than restless. In the rush to end the primary season early, there’s been a lot of really dirty pool. The grassroots isn’t happy about that and now, a former Speaker of the House has his back up over cramdown 2012. He’s talking tough and he talks tough like nobody else. The base is rallying to Newt Gingrich because he is talking like an outsider who doesn’t give two hoots in hades what the establishment thinks. Does Newt really mean it? That is what we need to find out. We need a lengthy primary season so the voters can watch to see if indeed Newt Gingrich comes through the fire a more perfect conservative.

Take it to Tampa. . . that’s how I’m thinking. The RINO RNC, the MSM and sadly even much of the conservative blogosphere helped chase out the outsider candidates. They all had their reasons. So let the mostly hollow GOP debates continue and let these remaining club members continue to split the primary votes. I hope none of them get to the required 1,144 delegates. I hope by the time the convention is done, RINO blood is all over the floor. I hope the Bushies are shocked. I hope Speaker Boehner cries his eyes out and I want to see a shot of Leader McConnell looking like a deer caught in the hunter’s spotlight. I want to see constitutional delegates in a chain marching through the aisles, flipping the bird to the insiders.

A nuclear convention. . . even a low born outsider can dream.

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Texas native. Conservative small businessman with 31 years experience. Government should roll back the nanny state. No country can tax its way to prosperity. The question isn't who will let me but who will stop me?

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Lady Penguin
January 22, 2012 1:23 pm

I like that, TG, “undecided doesn’t mean clueless.”

I hope by the time the convention is done, RINO blood is all over the floor. I hope the Bushies are shocked. I hope Speaker Boehner cries his eyes out and I want to see a shot of Leader McConnell looking like a deer caught in the hunter’s spotlight.

American Thinker had a good analysis, talking about the “roar” the Establishment GOP is ignoring, and the MSM is trying to silence.

redneck hippie
January 22, 2012 1:44 pm

Let us not choose our president in haste, lest we be left to repent at leisure. If there are overwhelming qualities present in one, time and struggle will validate them. There are more paths to the presidency than a rowboat in December, right? Personally, I don’t believe a brokered convention will be necessary, but maybe that is just my optimism, fooling with my inner cynic. Would not it be lovely if the electorate had any clue about elections, precincts, delegates or even modern history?

January 22, 2012 2:46 pm

As a die-hard Perry fan I too want RINO blood all over the floor… starting with Boehner’s and McConnell’s. Boehner is a liar. “Oh if we can’t repeal ocare we’ll defund it”. Sure. In October the CR he sent over had 23 BILLION DOLLARS in it for the implementation of ocare… this is AFTER the Supremes agreed to hear it and the p***y is still throwing $$$ at it. I want Boehner primaried more than I want to wake up tomorrow. and McConnell is not only a p***y but a fool as well. “rather lose with a club member than… Read more »

January 22, 2012 5:23 pm

A comment was made on the site which we here refer to as “banned-a-monium” re if there were to be a brokered convention and the nominee came out of nowhere said nominee would not have time to put adequate staff et all in place in order to wage a viable campaign… unless said support were to be surepticiously put in place in advance of Tampa. Oh no…there I go again with my little tinfoil hat. anyone who, like me, was completely taken by surprise re Rick Perry and Fox News’ total blackout of him go here: https://www.aim.org/aim-column/fox-news-hires-soros-funded-activist/ I am angry… Read more »

January 22, 2012 5:24 pm

forgot…thanks to weasel zippers for the link

January 22, 2012 11:09 pm

I kept watching FOX till Beck left and after that only sporadically. There’s an article up tonight over on biggov about how the “establishment” is currently casting about for yet another potential candidate. They have obviously figured out that there’s at least an even chance that their boy isn’t going to be anointed by the end of next week. Heh. The chatter is about RINO Daniels, RINO Christie and Paul Ryan. I think it would be all sorts of fun, if we actually were to wind up with a brokered convention, for somebody to toss out (wait for it…) Scott… Read more »

civil truth
January 23, 2012 1:05 am

The problem is that we don’t have a small government conservative who is ready to be President in 2013. Perry was our best shot, with a track record as governor but he just wasn’t the right person at the right time. I don’t see how a brokered convention helps because I don’t know who we could put up with sufficient governing experience. Not to mention that too many delegates will be left vulnerable to get bought off by the GOP “establishment” to swing the race. If Newt can avoid self destructing and manage to win, at least he will know… Read more »

E Pluribus Unum
January 23, 2012 6:42 pm

Awesome, TG. Now that all the good ones are out, these guys here are just tearing each other up. However, i do fear a convention getting brokered. That situation will be settled in smoke-filled backrooms, negotiated by the RINO Establishment people. They excel at that. It is somewhat funny to hear them yelping to get Mitch Daniels back in, or Chris Christie, or Jeb Bush, or even Jindal (who doesn’t really belong on that list, but I suspect they think they can control him).

Funny how they are not yapping for Palin to get in.