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Barbara Gonzalez's call into the Rush Limbaugh Show 4/8/2014

Posted by [email protected] on April 9, 2014 at 4:55 PM Comments comments (0)

"Here is the transcript from my few minutes on Rush Limbaugh. I was not allowed to mention the website or tea party group names, so this is the best I could do. Megyn Kelly actually played the part of the show on her show, but they cut me out! LOL is the transcript: (Posted on our No RINO Facebook page)

Barbara Gonzalez, Bayshore TEA Party, NJ

RUSH: We've got Barbara in Middletown, New Jersey, who wants to weigh in on Jeb Bush. Hello, Barbara. Great to have you here.

CALLER: Hi. What a great honor. Thank you so much-for-taking my call, Rush.

RUSH: You bet.

CALLER: Yeah, that Jeb Bush. I think the GOP is really throwing away a great opportunity here. We all see what's going on. The media and the GOP is getting ready for the great anointment, and I just kind of thought to myself, "I wonder how many people are feeling how I feel, that I'm not going to do it this time?" I mean, we did it with McCain, we did it with Romney, and they kind of know that we're just gonna fall in line.

They know that. You talk to people, and they'll say, "Well, if it is Jeb Bush, I guess I'll do it." But I've been finding different, because I've been calling Tea Party and conservative groups all over the country within the last couple of weeks. I've been calling them and asking them if they wanted to sign on to this list that I'm compiling, a statement, and it's become like a full-time job at this point.

People are excited. I call them, and there's no doubt in their mind, they're enthusiastically asking to be signed up -- you know, put on as a signatory to this statement -- saying that they will not support a moderate, a RINO. They're not gonna do it. Just from calling all these different groups, I'm amazed that from Alabama to California, New York, Maine, everywhere, everyone's feeling the same frustration.

RUSH: Well --

CALLER: And I do think that the GOP is definitely throwing away a great opportunity to finally win.

RUSH: Let me run a theory by you. A friend of mine said, "What if Jeb really doesn't want this and is just saying things that guarantee he won't win, such as, 'They're not coming here for anything other than love'?"

CALLER: (laughing)

RUSH: I've got a guy who thinks that Jeb is trying to disqualify himself right now just 'cause he doesn't want to run and he doesn't want all these people trying to draft him. So he'll say something that he knows is not gonna be accepted and get it out of the way. What about that theory?

CALLER: The purpose of that, sir, is because they're pressuring him to be the anointed candidate?

RUSH: I know. My answer to that is, "If you don't want to run, just say so, rather than disqualify yourself." I mean, yeah, I think Tea Party... We know that four million Republicans in 2012 stayed home. Stop and think. I still can't believe it. I mean, I believe it, but in 2012, four million Republicans stayed home for the very reason she's talking about here.


April 7, 2014

Posted by [email protected] on April 7, 2014 at 1:15 PM Comments comments (0)




MIDDLETOWN, NEW JERSEY - April 7th, 2014




In less than a month, other conservative groups in the country have added their names as signatories to a Press Release sent in early March, stating that they will NO LONGER accept an RNC 'anointed' candidate who, more than likely, would be considered by these groups to be a moderate republican.


In the original Press Release, the following was stated:


It is time for the GOP to choose a candidate who reflects the values and core principles that were once that of the Republican party, and propelled Ronald Reagan to landslide victories in 1980 and 1984 - namely: smaller government, lower taxes and respect for the rule of Constitutional law.


In the event a moderate or liberal republican is nominated by the GOP in 2016, the TEA Party and Conservative groups that joined together in this statement, have pledged to refuse any support for that nominee and urge all concerned Americans who believe in liberty, prosperity, smaller government and fiscal responsibility, to join them in their action.


Rich Luzzi - Morris County TEA Party, (NJ) had this to add:


"While the GOP symbol is an elephant, and elephants have long memories, the GOP establishment has a very short memory. The establishment continues to push left of center Presidential candidates and calls them "moderates". But being "socialist-light" is not the way to reach the masses.


Most people want to live the American Dream, and pass a better life on to their children. But both parties policies are doing the opposite, leaving us worse off and a darker future for our children. Voter dissatisfaction with both parties can be seen in the steep decline in voter participation since 2008. If the GOP wants engaged voters, and overwhelming victories, it needs to nominate and back a conservative candidate who can synthesize and communicate the conservative message, because the conservative message IS the American Dream."


Ralph King, Co-Coordinator - Cleveland TEA Party Partriots, said:


"The GOP has shown they are unable to win elections with weak candidates that do not embrace the values of the Tea Party movement that brought them historical & landslide victories in 2010."


"Mr. Priebus, Speaker Boehner and the rest of the GOP establishment elite, please be advised, that in no uncertain terms - should you choose to ignore the message from undersigned groups - it will be at your own political peril"


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