With special thanks to Art Coday… (more…)
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Posted in 2010 U.S. Senate Race, American Revolution, Clint Didier, Republican Party Reform, tagged Barack Obama, Chris Widener, Clint Didier, Dino Rossi, George Bush, jack hamilton, Karl Rove, Kirby Wilbur, Luke Esser, Mitt Romney, SEIU, Slade Gorton on July 30, 2012 | 9 Comments »
“Come prepared for any weather,” said organizer Joni Dear, and she specified 1. Rain, 2. Sunshine, and/or 3. Snow. We started out on cloudiness but soon moved to the harder stuff. More than one speaker was held up in unseasonable traffic coming through Everett to the south.
We were set to introduce Clint Didier, who drove well over 500 miles round trip to do the event.
Going without these platform commitments from those we support is why they never come to pass – and never will.
A debate is taking place with many Republican voters concerning my recent conditional endorsement of Dino Rossi. Rumors abound as to my intentions and objectives. I am receiving both applause and consternation. Therefore, an explanation is in order.
I want Patty Murray to lose in November as much as any Republican. That is exactly why I have chosen the course I have in making a conditional endorsement. I ask that you read all I write in order to more fully understand my heart and my thinking.
Those more heavily involved in Republican Party politics know there are two camps within the GOP. (more…)
With Clint Didier’s refusal to endorse Dino Rossi, without concessions, frantic Rossi supporters, realizing that they don’t have anywhere near enough votes to win in the General Election without the help of the Didier Constitutionalists, have been circulating through the blogs, meetups and other social networking sites desperately trying to castigate and shame Didier advocates into supporting and voting for Rossi. With various predictable, shopworn, hackneyed arguments they beat the drums of fear relentlessly. (more…)