Wednesday, May 13, 2009

A Letter to the Republican National Committee

After years of contributing my hard-earned money to both the Republican National Committee (RNC) and to the Republican Party of Florida (RPF), I have rejected requests for more donations.

I understand that both the RNC and the RPF need donated funds to combat the collectivism to which my great country is being subjected by the Obamaites, but the RNC and the RPF are not effective anymore, nor do they represent my interests and my goals.

When the first thing a new Republican governor does (Governor Crist of Florida) is to grant voting rights to convicted felons, and the next thing he does is to spend tax money to combat so-called, manmade global warming, he is not listening to me, nor is he making any sense at all. Gov. Crist’s legacy will be that he drove all the private insurance companies out of Florida.

The issues I want Republicans to stand for and to fight for are as follows:

1. Close the borders to illegal immigrants. Then institute partial amnesty.
2. Focus government attention and spending on combating terrorism and on conventional threats to American interests.
3. Lower taxes and reduce government intrusions in educational, medical and environmental issues.
4. Eliminate federal ownership of private businesses, and end the bailouts.
5. End all programs that force banks to give mortgages to deadbeats.
6. Appoint judges who will not substitute their own beliefs and will uphold the law.
7. Enact measures towards the end of making the USA self-sufficient in fossil fuels. Encourage the building of nuclear plants for clean energy.
8. End completely all attempts to affect climate change.
9. Fix Social Security and Medicare insolvency problems.

When I see the RNC supporting candidates who reflect these priorities, I will again become a contributor.


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At 5:04 AM, Anonymous Ted said...

That is pretty tough Russ.

At 9:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's encouraging to us progressives to watch the GOP disintegrate as those of you on the far right try to drive anyone who disagrees with your extreme views from the party. Keep up the good work!

At 9:47 AM, Blogger RussWilcox said...

All polls show healthy majority of Americans have conservative views. It only serves liberals to try to push Republicans to the left. Going left has meant defeat.

At 6:18 AM, Anonymous Joe said...

Moving Left means that you need to lie to the American People, pass the buck, and embrace dictators like Chavez, Castro, Ortega, and Ahmadinejad. The Democratic Party has become the party of Surrender, Socialism, and sub-prime loans. Sorry, but I'm sticking with Reaganomics and what he stood for in this country. By the way, how is Nancy Pelosi looking these days?

At 9:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is great! Extreme views? The same "extreme views" that made this the greatest Country in the history of the world?

Conservatives do not have "extreme views". They have the same views as the did from the beginning.

Any Conservative can name Conservative ideals. They have not changed. What are Liberal Ideals?

By the way, we are Conservatives, we are not the GOP. Haven't you figured that out yet? Why do you think the GOP lost in 2006? It wasn't because the Dems were so great, it was because the GOP no longer went by Conservative ideals.


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