Sunday, March 8, 2009

Save Jeff Frederick!!!

Save Jeff Frederick!

Republicans Eating Their Own!

Jeff Frederick represents the Purest of the Pure GOP Values
and now
the Republican Party wants to play to the Center and Throw Jeff Frederick out!

Who is the Republican Party anyway?

What do they Stand For?

Where are the GOP's principles????

Soul Search Time... Do the GOP stand for what they say they do?

Or does the GOP Leadership just want power,
no matter how much they have to sell themselves?



Some Virginia Republicans try to oust state party chairman


roanoke,va - Virginia Republicans are gunning—again—for their party chairman. There’s another effort under way to remove Jeffrey M. Frederick as GOP leader, perhaps at the next meeting of the party’s governing body, the central committee, on April 4.

Read the story

2 comments:

Shari said...

I agree with this post, Jeff Frederick has been very good for Virginia and her citizens. He has stood strong with Rush Limbaugh's teachings like a good disciple should, and continues to alienate the RINOs and drive them from the herd!
Who needs 'em anyway!
I was sitting in my car just this past week, in a traffic snarl on 495, after a traffic snarl on 66, thinking to myself, thank goodness those bad ole gay couples can't threaten my marriage any more, that'll fix the bridges and roads! Thank you people like Jeff Frederick, Bob McDonnell, and Rush Limbaugh! I wondered though (I had plenty of time), is there any way to build that wall a little higher? Maybe put some broken glass and razor wire on top just to make sure no sneaky gay person can get past?

And just think, if not for Jeff and Rush and Bob, we might not have a blue delegation from Virginia in the U.S. Senate, and 6 of 11 in the U.S. House, and Barack Obama elected from Virginia!
Yep, I agree Rockdem, let's keep the GOP just like it is! It's good for Virginia.

David McClellen said...

"Republican Principles" falls into a category of word known as "Oxymorons"

Oxymorons (or oxymora) are literary figures of speech usually composed of a pair of neighboring contradictory words (often within a sentence). However this is not always the case. The Webster Dictionary defines oxymoron as "a combination of contradictory or incongruous words".

Other examples of oxymora:

open secret
larger half
clearly confused
act naturally
alone together
Hell's Angels
found missing
liquid gas
deafening silence
seriously funny
living dead
jumbo shrimp
Advanced BASIC
tragic comedy
unbiased opinion
virtual reality
definite maybe
original copies
pretty ugly
same difference
plastic glasses
almost exactly
constant variable
even odds
minor crisis
extinct life
genuine imitation
exact estimate
only choice
freezer burn
free love
working holiday
rolling stop