The RINOs are not just screwing us—they’re screwing the conservatives in their own party. It’s especially odious to dishearten the new members we elect, over and over and over.
That’s a formula for failure, in 2016: Voters see no change, no matter how often they vote Republican, and can discern no difference between the two parties. They are deeply unhappy with congressional Republicans’ performance. The GOP is clearly on a suicide mission; must the conservative members join them?
To have any hope of winning, conservatives must distinguish themselves from the RINOs. Nine members (so far) of the Republican Study Committee, a House conservative group formed to push Boehner to the right, have split off to form a new, invitation-only group called the House Freedom Caucus.
Their complaint was “the RSC has strayed too far from its original mission and been co-opted by the same party leaders it is meant to exert pressure upon,” according to National Journal.
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