Thursday, December 09, 2010

The Eight RINOs Who Sided With Pelosi On DREAM Act Amnesty Bill

Name 'em and Shame 'em.

Allahpundit (via Michelle Malkin) wrote of the RINO eight who helped pass this amnesty bill:

Joe Cao (defeated in general election)
Mike Castle (defeated in primary)
Lincoln Diaz-Balart (retiring)
Mario Diaz-Balart
Charles Djou (defeated in general election)
Vern Ehlers (retiring)
Bob Inglis (defeated in primary)
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

But Mike Castle would have been helpful in the Senate and would have won, if only us dumb conservatives hadn't supported that Christine O'Donnell instead, according to that idiot Karl Rove.

Yeah right, brilliant move Karl! Castle would have been another Obama bootlicking RINO, this vote proved it last night.

Good riddance to Mike Castle and all these other retiring RINOs.

Put pressure on the Senate to kill the DREAM Act today.


Anonymous said...

Ditos man is time for the adults to run the country...1st order of business clean house on both side of the aisle.

Anonymous said...

Actually, like it or not they are Republicans. Now you might not like how they vote but they are Republicans. The GOP is a Big Tent diverse Party

The REAL RINO's are the PaulBots, the Palin-ites, and the Tea Pagans who have sworn a Sacred Oath to either takeover or to destroy the GOP.

They (the Libertarinist PaulBot/Palinite/Tea Pagans) don't want to work with Republicans. They don't want to help the Republicans. They don't want to be Republicans. They don't even like Republicans. They want to destroy the Republicans.

Trish said...

Anon- what are you smoking? I consider myself a Palinite who appreciates her positions and like the way she can generate enthusiasm unlike any Republican can, but would not want her as president. I am also a Tea Party member- actually of three tea parties- none are universal and most have similar platforms as the Republican party ONCE had, and lastly I am still a Republican. I see no effort to destroy the Republican party from within the Tea party- but I do see them wanting R's to go back to the basics of fiscal conservatism. Rinos will not do this, they are with whom we take issue- not the entire party!