Ladies and gentlemen, the RNC at work:

Just got this from the RNC. Because strategy or something.

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That “Hillary’s America Survey” inspired the latest unleashing of #KruiserFeelings from comedian, author and kick-ass conservative activist Stephen Kruiser.

Hold us.

Hold us some more.

And from earlier this week, a Kruiser post so well-received it had men ovulating:

  • nc ✓s & balances

    If the GOP Consultant Class (and those that listen to them) believe in “results” how come they never seem to get any?

    • Slam1263

      I am glad that I am not the only one that has given up on the RNC’s Consultants.

      It should be apparent to everyone that progressives have taken it over, and are just using it to fund their own self-interests.

      The TEA party does appeal to me, and as they mature, and unify their message, they will be handed over to the same consultants.

      Why, because the money will be too good. We just need to go after the money. Shut it down, one source at a time.

    • Finrod Felagund

      The GOP consultants don’t care about results because they get paid either way.

    • BeautifulAmerica

      Oh, they do. Results are what THEY want, not what voters want, i.e., to be Socialist Democraps, but with a different logo.

  • aposematic

    The Democrats ride the Mardi Crass Floats, the Republicans turn out to fight over the throws.

  • Richard J Sunkle

    So when is someone going to get around to worrying about moderating the democrats? They’re downright psychotic to the point of being angry about Spongebob infecting young minds with thoughts of personal responsibility or suggesting that paying for maternity care is like paying a property tax.

    The GOP has been moderated into a coma and the kapos in the GOP are standing on the breathing tube as their democrat masters goose step into full on fascism right outside the door.

    • Andrew Branca, LOSD


    • ObamaFail

      Someone definitely needs to moderate Grayson’s e-mails. Slandering the Tea Party with pictures of burning crosses when everyone knows the Dems were behind the KKK.

  • LegalizeShemp

    Yes, we never hear Democrats warning the Communist wing of their party to “soften their tone, moderate their views, and work with Republicans on their agenda” do we? Nope, it’s always the conservative wing of the Repubics that gets the lecture: become a big government socialist or lose. Idiots.

    • Bathing Suit Area

      YOU don’t hear that, but it happens a fair bit. A lot of people wanted to push for single payer healthcare, or at least for Obamacare to include a public option, all of whom got told to shove it and take what we could get with a more “republican-friendly” plan based on Romneycare.

  • keyboard jockey

    They aren’t really moderates – they are the permanent political class that run under the republican brand . They have installed themselves like ticks in the American’s people’s government body, they are poly -ticks.

  • Penelope210

    Just as Obamacare is crashing and burning, Karl Rove suggested the other day we should pivot to the budget and debt! He is a moron…lol.

    • HanaFiveO

      If I never saw/heard/read anything from Karl Rove again, I would be a happy camper. He is so out of touch and so consistently wrong that it is painful. I cant believe he has any credibility left and I cant figure out why anyone still gives him a platform to spew.

  • DavidKramer

    I have a solution, we need to be nice to the Democrats, because we have never done that before……, the Democrats never get down and dirty, let alone vile and putrid.

  • JeffWRidge

    It’s as if the GOP leadership wants to lose elections. They seem to think that if they act more like Democrats/lefties, that they’ll win more. The only time Republican moderates win is when the Democrats nominate someone even less appealing (think Kerry, Gore and Dukakis).

    • keyboard jockey

      They are more interested in holding onto their power than their loyalty to the republican party. They could careless as long as the gravy train in D.C. continues to benefit them.

      • BronxJo

        Exactly, they are all Arlen Specter and Charlie Crist at the core, no principles and only want the power.

        • keyboard jockey

          Charlie Crist is now going to run as a democrat down in Florida, so every conservative republican who voted against him in the past have been vindicated.

  • keyboard jockey

    Mitch McConnell is past his prime and collecting dust.

    What is the biggest complaint about the republican party – they are a bunch of old rich white guys. Look at who the TEA party has elected Rubio- Hispanic, Cruz – Hispanic. Nikki Haley (woman and Indian) Governor South Carolina, appoints the only Black Senator to the U.S. Senate TEA party candidate Tim Scott. There are 4 republican women in the U.S. Senate guess who elected the one from New Hampshire? Hint it wasn’t the republican permanent political class in D.C.

    • keyboard jockey

      Down vote fairy’s upset, and doesn’t like women and minorities being elected to public office must be reince priebus LOL!

  • Jack Deth

    As long as these lame a$$ “consultants” get paid, whether their “candidate” wins or loses. There is no impetus to excel or bring forth more logical ideas. And the “second place” status remains quo.

    Change the paradigm. Get rid of “middle of the road” contributors. Bring in some new “conservative” blood. And put the grassroots to work on the ground and higher.

  • Rulz

    “SCARY HILLARY FUND RAISING SURVEY! What is the RNC planning on doing when the octogenarians who fall for this **** die?” SFK

    I ask the democrats the same thing regarding so-called “gay marriage”, contraception, abortion, “global warming” and feminism.

    No wonder why they need such large % of minorities and engage in “vote-buying” just to stay relevant.

    • keyboard jockey

      Look at the democrat voters that lost their health insurance plans – hope the ill ones can hold on till 2016 for Hillary/

      Fox News host Megyn Kelly shared a heart rendering story Thursday night of a South Carolina man with cancer who is being forced to make what he sees as a life or death decision after his health insurance plan was cancelled because of Obamacare.

      Bill Elliot, who voted for President Obama, contacted “The Kelly File” via Facebook and said he can no longer afford to pay his medical bills and does not want to take on the new costs because he does not want to put a “burden” on his family.

      Democrat’s killing off their voting base. Smart power/

      • karmafordems

        This is the post natal abortion everyone talks about. Pre birth abortion kills them off before they’re born, and Obamacare takes them out afterward. They don’t care who they kill. It is by design

  • LegalizeShemp

    Yes, quite familiar with the Republican moderate, we have a local radio talkshow host that pulls this crap. Calls himself a “conservative Republican”, but he’s a former lib Dem who warns us “You don’t want to die on this hill, better cave in to the Dems, live to fight another day, or you’ll get creamed in the media, the polls and the next election”. So the Repubics cave, the plan fails and they get blamed for it. Repeat X 2000 times. These are liberal boll weevils who have infiltrated the Republican party in order to destroy the conservative wing and populate the party with big government Marxie pads.

  • LegalizeShemp

    The visiting Daily Kos Kreep is here clicking the lone “Down” on every comment, what a tool.

    • wwbdinct

      I don’t understand the point of that. Do they get extra pennies thrown in their paycheck for how many down votes they can click? It’s so stupid.

      • keyboard jockey

        Some OCD Organizing for America chump.

      • JamesMc

        The one doing the down voting doesn’t appear to be ‘pay for play’. Those are usually posting over 60 of their troll droppings onto the forums daily.
        He/she looks to be a run-of-the-mill leftist conspiracy kook.

      • Bill Gryan

        They get paid by the White House with your tax dollars. That’s the point of it.

        • karmafordems

          Craigslist in Louisiana has postings hiring people to troll social websites, and it pays $500 per week

          • Bill Gryan

            We are dealing with sick, Goebbels-style fascists.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Got a link for that?

          • karmafordems

   Go to New Orleans

          • BronxJo

            Do they pay extra if you can at least articulate yourself and try to boost an argument with a fact or two? Actually, it must be the opposite.

    • Slam1263

      It is just a YOAFAT that was banned from posting.
      They can still down arrow, but they can’t comment.

      • wwbdinct

        What’s a YOAFAT?

        • Slam1263


          • wwbdinct

            Hah! Thanks!

    • D’armequious Jonson

      I upvote all conservatives every time I see this just to spite them. If I had to guess, I’d say it’s that Bathing Suit Area guy,bathing in a kiddie pool full of childish douche. He’s on most of these threads where there’s downvoting on every conservative comment.

  • Aitch748

    This is why voting GOP is pointless if you’re not a member of the political class. The Democrats bring on the statism, and the Republicans keep saying “We’ll fight this one next year.”

    Unless we suddenly get a lot more Ted Cruzes popping up, I don’t see an ending to this mess other than (1) a full-scale revolt against Washington (both parties), or (2) some combination of widespread poverty and complete despotism.

    • nickdqwk

      Your number 2) widespread poverty and complete despotism, is currently the front runner as near as I can tell.

      I would actually like to see more personalities in tune with Ted Cruz.

    • ObamaFail

      Widespread poverty? You mean like what Obama’s doing? He’s given us the highest poverty levels in 50 years. You libs like to accuse the GOP of causing poverty, but it wasn’t Republican policies that bankrupted Detroit, it was Democrats. It’s not Republican policies that are tanking the economy deeper and deeper in debt. Tell yourself whatever you want. But right now, Republicans are lightyears behind Democrats in terms of creating poverty.

      • Timothy Jacques

        We have the “richest” poor people in the world and that’s why a lot of people want to come here.

        POOR IN THE THIRD WORLD: Trying to avoid getting eaten by a lion, land minds, REAL starvation, disease and nearby warlords who want your head.

        POOR IN THE USA: Medicaid, food stamps, rent assistance, heating assistance, daycare, free cell phone, and OBESITY (with type 2 diabetes).

    • Timothy Jacques

      We got a taste of this already on what the GOP does to outsiders who don’t sell their soul to the elites…..Sarah Palin.

      • Timothy Jacques

        This says it all….

  • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    “The whole modern world has divided itself into Conservatives and Progressives. The business of Progressives is to go on making mistakes. The business of Conservatives is to prevent mistakes from being corrected.” –G.K. Chesterton.

    Change it to “moderate Republicans” and “limo-liberal Democrats,” and you still arrive at the same conclusion.

  • Scorpion

    Let’s make THEM the third party.

  • HanaFiveO

    Screw the establishment GOP. If we don’t maintain the House and take the Senate, conservative/republicans are done. No takeover of the GOP, no third party, just done. If folks wont get off the couch and get involved, at this stage where we’ve hit critical mass, they’ve contributed to their own demise and deserve what they get.
    Folks need a clear contrast and a clear message, otherwise they just stick to what they’ve always done, how they’ve always voted. The message comes from the masses, not the party figureheads.

  • mikejb42

    You conservatives have serious problems. I’m a republican, but all you do is bitch about the GOP. Try voting out democrats instead of republicans, or watch as the country FULLY dies. It’ll be on you when it does!! You can’t blame anyone else if you stay home on election day. You guys are the reason Obama is still president. Keep buying Mark Levin’s bullshit, keep listening to the propaganda, and never learn REAL facts. They are feeding you BULLSHIT to keep you scared and paranoid. Don’t you realize that they make more $$ when a democrat is president? SO stupid!

    • gary4205

      We have problems because the GOP no longer represents it’s members. You say “try voting out democrats instead” Well, moron, when the Republicans are NO DIFFERENT then the democrats, what difference does it make?

      The democrats may be full on, hard core socialists, but the GOP is right there with them, facilitating our move to the hard left.

      If America is to survive, liberalism must be wiped from the face of the earth. Liberals in BOTH parties must be destroyed.

      • Just Another Guy ✓ ✓ ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        While I certainly can agree that we need to get rid of RINOs, we have to do in stages. Evolutionary, not revolutionary.

        Just like the Liberals did to the “moderate” Democrats. Over time.

        So yeah, I’ll hold my nose and vote GOP against a Democrat. And will work to turn the GOP towards more conservative and libertarian* ideals.

        Because it is a chance to change things. Not voting is not an answer. Voting 3rd party (been there; done that) feels good but won’t help solve the problem. Either course of action enables Liberals to continue in their madness.

        We need to work to get more Libertarian/Conservatives into office but we also need to realize it is just as important to replace the opposition.

        Like a bad tire (Liberal) we need to replace it. Sometimes you can only afford or find a used tire (RINO) instead of a new tire (Libertarian/Conservative) but you need to keep moving. And work to replace the used tire.

        * old school Libertarian…noth the recently converted “libertines” of today. NB: I don’t smoke pot.

    • Marvin Nelson

      Yep, you sound like a big ol’ RINO to me. You and your ilk are a major part of the problem.

    • Sharkteeth

      Go give your 45 a BJ RINO

    • BronxJo

      I have no idea what you are talking about. Conservatives have voted for the Establishment over and over, in Dole, McCain, Romney and even Bush II, though he wasn’t quite as RINO as the rest. Now that from the grass roots, people are choosing representatives who are more conservative, this is a bad thing? The GOP sucks and needs to be revamped from the inside. Are you pleased with the debacle of the 2012 election; the overpaid consultants who swore we were really winning and advised Romney not to respond to the attacks against him all year, the team who were paid millions to flop the get out the vote effort, the RNC not even acknowledging what went wrong? Why aren’t they right this minute building a database and a program that actually works, unlike that Orca mess?

      • BronxJo

        What we need is to articulate how we are NOT like the Democrats and attract the independents and the Reagan swing voters.

      • Timothy Jacques

        Sarcasm ON

        Well BronxJo, the solution is quite simple…..AMNESTY!!!!! Yeah, that’s the ticket!!!! GOP is honey badger and honey badger don’t give a shit about the base!!!!

        Sarcasm OFF

  • John LaRosa The RNC is now soliciting donations from conservatives via email. That’s not surprising. But guess who they recruited to sign a recent appeal? Hint: It fits perfectly with Kruiser’s rant.

    • BronxJo

      I would be hard pressed to select a worse name to attach to that fundraising letter. Whacko Birds and Hobbits, indeed, you sorry excuse of a Republican.

  • Kaya Hund

    Why does Fox News still employ Karl Rove? Don’t get it. Why does The Wall Street Journal still publish his editorials? Don’t get it. AND — the RNC does not get my money any longer — I support specific candidates of my choosing.

  • Ben Bollman

    It will be interesting to see how the moderate establishment GOP plans to win without the support of the conservative base. I’m sorry guys but I’m no longer voting for establishment Republicans. The lesser of two evils is still evil.

  • Kristine ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I have been a Republican my entire life and registered to vote the day I turned 18. Guess what? “RINO” is frakkin’ absurd. Or do you people actually expect every single person to believe the exact same thing, have no independent thought, and always be blindly in lock-step? Ridiculous.

    Republicans are the party of rugged individualism. Of gov’t NOT interfering in our lives. Yet so many of you care far too much what consenting adults do on their own time and expect the gov’t to regulate their activities. You want the gov’t to enact laws based on religious beliefs that will impact everyone’s lives and you are blind to the complete hypocrisy of your need to inflict this on the masses, yet scream to high heaven if the gov’t wants to mess with the 2nd Amendment.

    Everyone in the GOP needs to STOP with the social issues. Teach your own children as you want to teach them, pass on your morals and ethics. STOP pushing to get the gov’t to legislate the private lives of adults. LESS gov’t, not more. Oh wait, except when you actually do want more!

    Open your eyes. We are not all going to agree. Name-calling and intentionally alienating those in our own party? Yeah, great idea. That’s really going to get those liberals out of office.

    • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      So you’re willing to give up your 2nd amendment rights? RINOS like gun control. You think giving amnesty to the people who came here breaking the law in the process, is a good idea? RINOS are all for it.

      • Kristine ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        Sorry, but that’s an extreme position. I don’t know anyone who is willing to give up their 2nd Amendment rights, except maybe some far-left liberals. However, the 2nd Amendment doesn’t say anything about everyone, everywhere who have severe mental illnesses or have committed felonies etc should be able to easily get a gun. There should be background checks. There should be safety training and licensing. The Constitution isn’t an “all or nothing” document.

        As for amnesty, of course not. That’s absurd. However, you’re going to have to specifically say which politician is supporting straight amnesty because so far, that isn’t quite the plan that is proposed. Be rational when you make these accusations. A “path” to citizenship is NOT identical to straight amnesty. Know the difference. Don’t be emotional or try and twist things to suit you.

        Having said that, it does not mean I endorse or support current plans.

        I endorse being rational and factual.

        • NCRelite

          There already is a pathway to citizenship, and it’s existed for quite some time. We’ve been down this immigration road before, and yet the conversation keeps coming up.

          The borders are not secure and we’re not dealing with folks that have over-stayed their visas. If you have a leaky roof you don’t just replace the carpet and call it a day.

          Furthermore who do you think the newly legalized immigrants are going to pull the lever for once they become legal, the party of rugged individualism or the party of free government lollipops?

          edit: the gang of 8

          any committee that includes the likes of Chuck Schumer and Dick Durbin is really bad news

          • Kristine ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            The point was that a “path” is not the same thing as straight amnesty.

        • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

          I’m sorry, but you are being naive. “Pathway to citizenship” after they’ve already broken our immigration laws? Why? Why should they get to stay when there are Lord knows how many people are waiting and paying a whole bunch of money in their home countries and the law breakers get to stay? And you really think democrats aren’t interested in taking everyone’s guns away and just want background checks? Again, naive. Watch what they do….the laws they support….the scary buzz words they use when its obvious they don’t even know what they’re talking about.

    • NCRelite

      To me social issues don’t make a RINO. It’s growing the size and scope of government, it’s open borders and amnesty, it’s attacking members of your own party to curry favor with the mainstream media, it’s having a condescending attitude towards your concerned constituents

  • John Saleeby

    This guy is a Comedian?

    • tarandfeatherthecrooks

      once you hear him make fun of D. Wasserman you will know!

      • John Saleeby


        That guy sounds interesting. Better than John Fugelsang anyway!