To begin with I want everyone to know this the hardest topic I have ever written about. But after a lot of soul searching and prayer I decided I no choice but to write this.
Posted in 2010 U.S. Senate Race, Party News, Washington State GOP, tagged Clint Didier, Doc Hastings, Graham Hunt, Kim Wyman, Rob McKenna, Sharon Hanek, Slade Gorton, Susan Hutchison on March 31, 2016 | 5 Comments »
Posted in King County GOP, Liberalism, Republican Party Reform, tagged Christian Berrigan, Clark County Republican Party, Clark County Republicans, Clint Didier, Mainstream Republicans, Matt Shea, Slade Gorton, washington state republican party on March 30, 2015 | 10 Comments »
Posted in Candidates and Campaigns, Lies and Fraud, Republican Party Reform, tagged Clint Didier, Doc Hastings, Ed Moats, Gavin Seim, Jamie Herrera Beutler, John McCain, KCGOP, king county republican party, Lori Soltelo, Michael Delavar, Pedro Celis, Susan Hutchison, Suzan DelBene, washington state republican party, WSRP on May 12, 2014 | 8 Comments »
Posted in Activism, Candidates and Campaigns, Counterfeit Conservatives, tagged Clint Didier, James Watkins, John R Adams, lesser of two evils, mainstream republican, michael baumgartner, Richard Sanders, RINO, Shaon Hanek on November 4, 2012 | 3 Comments »
If you are a liberal: Relax. You have so many choices!
If you are a DINO (Democrat in Name [only]): You don’t have to think: just place a mark for every “prefers Democrat Party” candidate!
If you are a RINO (Loyal to the Republican in Name only) voter: Simple, you don’t have to think! just place a mark for every “prefers Republican Party” candidate.
If you are a conservative: With the exception of Clint Didier, James Watkins, Sharon Hanek, John R. Adams, and Richard Sanders… (more…)
Posted in Candidates and Campaigns, WA State Politics, Washington State GOP, tagged Clint Didier, Kirby Wilbur, Reagan Dunn, Richard Sanders, Rob McKenna, Sharon Hanek on October 25, 2012 | 5 Comments »
Show us the money, Kirby.
At the August state committee meeting in Pasco, a mere handful of “Republicans,” without input from, or notice to, the grassroots Party members they are supposed to represent, “nominated” candidates for statewide office.
What difference does it make?
How has the party provided money for those candidates? Did they actually vote on that? (more…)
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 »