Refresher: Rubio’s Trail and Amnesty Deception
From the start, the Immigration bill S.744 was constructed to deceive the public. And, did a good job of creating the false illusion of greater security. But Rubio’s claim of enforcement ‘triggers’ was a dishonest argument. His amnesty scheme was chock full of deception with many behind the scene maneuvers all designed to obfuscate truth. The bill made America less safe, not more.
Rubio’s scheme allowed illegal aliens to be legalized immediately. All at a huge cost to the US taxpayer [Note] and sovereignty of our nation. Like Obamacare, the legislation was crafted behind closed doors with pro-amnesty lobbyists, unions, immigration lawyers, and Progressive groups like La Raza and AFL-CIO representing illegal aliens. Groups that stood to make millions from this legislation.
Saul David Alinsky was an American community organizer, writer and a committed Marxist. He is generally considered to be the founder of modern community organizing and worked hard to implement social justice — as he understood it. He believed that the ends justified the means.
Saul Alinsky was a Marxist who helped establish the dual political tactics of confrontation and infiltration. In the Alinsky model, “organizing” is a euphemism for “revolution.” He is often noted for his book Rules for Radicals. From that book are Saul’s thoughts on how to create a social state.
According to the Alinsky methods, there are 8 levels of control that must be obtained before you are able to create a social state. The first is the most important. All eight rules are currently in play.
I’m making phone calls from home for Matt Bevin.
The Kentucky primary is May 20th. The McConnell-Rove machine is trying to ‘crush’ you.
Matt Bevin is closing the gap on Mitch McConnell. Mitch has an unfavorable rating of 61%; an approval rating of 32%. Kentucky has “McConnell fatigue.’ This is a winnable election for conservatives.
We need a posse of 100 patriots to make phone calls from home. Why not you? Today, with the tools of technology and help of volunteers, grassroots has more power and influence than ever before.
It’s time to take some serious inventory. McConnell is a disgrace. A Republican majority in the Senate with him as Majority Leader would be utterly worthless. Just look at the last five years. This is why we have primaries. May 20th is the Kentucky primary. Early voting has begun. Please consider making calls from your home on Matt Bevin’s behalf. Link. With your help, this race is winnable.
Being anti-establishment does not mean blindly opposing any incumbent. But, McConnell is clearly not well-liked in Kentucky. He has an unfavorable rating of 61%. His approval rating is 32%. Two points lower than Obamacare. The way he won reelection in 2008 was by running $21M worth of relentlessly negative ads against his opponent. He can only win by burning down the building.
Dewhurst, like McConnell, was known by everyone in Texas. He had a lot more money than his challenger Ted Cruz, and enjoyed the solid support of most elected state-wide Republicans, including Rick Perry. Yet Dewhurst still lost because conservative voters didn’t trust him and Cruz was a plausible alternative.
It’s very possible that Mitch McConnell is going to lose his office one way or the other. Either in the May 20 primary or the general election. Kentucky has “McConnell fatigue.”
McConnell’ unfavorable rating tops 61%. Barack Obama’s favorable rating in Kentucky is two points higher than McConnell’s. McConnell has a rock-bottom 32% favorable rating. When Obama is more popular than McConnell in his own home state, Mitch has big problems. He is not liked.
And, there are reasons for that. McConnell is an unworthy leader. He is a coward, bully and a hypocrite. Everything Matt Bevin is not. And, his tasteless attacks on Mr. Bevin’s daughters is just one more example. For Tea Party conservatives, the national ramifications for a McConnell defeat are huge.
If there is one individual who represents the face of the moss-covered GOP establishment, it is Mitch McConnell. He serves as an emblem of insipid, rudderless leadership, with a vacant core. This man is convinced we serve him, not the other way around.
Mitch McConnell has been in office since 1986. And, 30 years in the Senate is long enough. It’s time. You don’t reward a dog with a bone when he just peed on the floor. The dirty McConnell-Rove machine needs to be removed. Please sign-up for remote calling on behalf of the true conservative and principled Matt Bevin. Much is at stake.
If you haven’t figured out yet that in order to change America’s trajectory and stop Obama’s abuses, you must change the Republican Party. As RedState’s Erick Erickson points out, to change the Republican Party, you must vote out incumbents: namely, Mitch McConnell. The Republican betrayals will begin once and if the GOP incumbent’s win their primaries.