The Republican National Committee (RNC) members delivered a spanking to their Chairman Reince Priebus last Friday. He richly deserved it.
The RNC members voted unanimously to reject the RNC’s “softer” tone on social issues, as outlined in the Priebus-sanctioned Growth & Opportunity Project document, by reaffirming the pro-family planks of the GOP platform.
Several resolutions re-establishing the party’s official position were unanimously adopted without discussion on Friday.
The GOP Establishment (pronounced mushy liberal) leadership apparently has misjudged the strength and resolve of the social conservative base of the Party. We’ll see if they will step back from the brink of political irrelevance and affirm the principles and values supported by the consensus of true conservative Republican voters.
Reince, you might want to get that chunk of your derriere re-attached soon.
***Ed Randazzo has been a conservative activist and consultant for over 30 years and is currently the Chief News Editor of Life and Liberty Media and Co-Producer of Liberty Today, a weekly television program seen on cable systems in most of South Dakota***
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