CHQ - Richard Viguerie on the Battle for Heart and Soul of the GOP

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Richard Viguerie on the battle for heart and soul of the GOP
MSNBC -- Wednesday night, Viguerie was a guest on "The Last Word With Lawrence O'Donnell." He explained the goal of conservatives and Tea Partiers isn't to pressure Republican leaders, but to replace and become the Republican leaders.  Click here
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Rush Limbaugh: Karl Rove and the establishment are the "stupid" ones, not the voters - Rush Limbaugh blasts GOP establishment front-man Karl Rove's analysis of the elections (Rove said there was a "lesson" in the defeat of Christine O'Donnell and Sharron Angle). Conservative candidates moved the conservative ball forward in the face of massive, mean forces aligned against them. If anyone needs a "lesson," it's the "ruling class" figures like Rove who are the real problem in the Republican Party.

Jeffrey Lord:  Rush Limbaugh is the undisputed winner of the 2010 elections
American Spectator - Radio host Rush Limbaugh is the undisputed winner of the 2010 elections, writes Jeffrey Lord, because he was the first to draw a conservative line in the sand (with his "I hope he fails" declaration) against the disastrous Obama agenda. Rush deserves much credit for standing firm. Lord details the history of the left's fierce attacks against Limbaugh and states proudly that Rush never backed down - a lesson in leadership that all conservatives should heed.

Doubling down on choosing freedom-loving conservative candidates --

Warning to conservatives:  The K Street GOP establishment is preparing for the fight, too -- Washington Examiner

Janice Shaw Crouse:  2010's conservative victory was about much more than fiscal issues -- American Thinker

Jubilant Tea Party eyes GOP with suspicion -- Politico

Former Sen. Trent Lott tries to clarify his "co-opt" comment, but it's doubtful anyone will believe him -- Daily Caller

Does Rep. Mike Pence have his sights set higher than the House leadership? -- Weekly Standard

Bachmann running for leadership position in House Republican caucus -- Hot Air

Republicans should enjoy the dance, but shouldn't forget (the Tea Parties) who brought them -- Pajamas Media

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