Thursday, May 21, 2009

Open letter to the RNSC

Many of the big boys have already signed this open letter to the RNSC. I'm signing it as well. You can sign by commenting to that effect.

Dear Senator Cornyn,

We the undersigned believe that the National Republican Senatorial Committee should be committed to serving ALL the members of the Republican Party.

Additionally, the NRSC should be focused on defeating Democrats, not Republicans. Towards that end, we believe it was completely inappropriate for the NRSC to endorse a candidate in the Florida primary race.

Therefore, we request that both you and the NRSC alter your position on the Florida Senate race, maintain neutrality, and promise to spend no money directly or indirectly in that race.

Sincerely yours,

The Monster


  1. I saw it over at RWN. I'm behind it completely. The RNSC needs to stay out of Primaries.

  2. Heh. I see here that the RNC put up a resolution to suggest that the Democrats rename their party to the Democrat Socialist Party (except that that wimp Michael Steele and a few others protested and got the wording changed).

    I like the original wording. That way (looking back at the acronym for the National Socialist Party), they could take the nickname DEZY (pronounced "Ditzy").


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