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Richard Viguerie: Unity until November 2nd elections, then on November 3rd, historic battle begins for the heart and soul of the GOP
New York Times -- Karl Rove, former RNC chairman Ed Gillespie, and others have teamed up to form two mostly millionaire-funded groups, American Crossroads and Crossroads GPS, that are placing ads supporting mostly establishment GOP candidates. Filling a void created by an underfunded RNC, the new Rove project runs counter to the ground-up approach of the Tea Parties.
Acknowledging that conservatives will vote with establishment Republicans now that the primaries are over, Richard Viguerie notes, " We're all on the same page until the polls close Nov. 2. Then a massive, almost historic battle for the heart and soul of the Republican Party begins."
Sen. Jim DeMint takes bold stand, flexes muscle, threatens to block legislation his office doesn't approve
Politico - With the Senate about to adjourn until after the November elections, Sen. Jim DeMint has let it be known that he won't accept any last-minute legislation that would do more damage to our already fragile fiscal situation, promising to procedurally block any measures that he doesn't approve of by the end of today.
Gallup survey reveals (no surprise) that conservatives dominate the Republican Party -- Gallup
Boehner's unwillingness to pledge to ban earmarks will lead to 'very short GOP majority' -- Daily Caller
Tea Party reasserts conservative principles (and the GOP establishment needs to get on board with Jim DeMint) -- DailyNexus.com
Conservative stalwart Ralph Benko: The Tea Party 'is a fight by populists against elitists' -- Washington Post
Star Parker: Conservatives are the realists, and liberals are the ideologues -- World Net Daily
Marco Rubio: Americans want the U.S. to remain exceptional -- Cubachi.com
Conservatives stay strong in Florida - and without them, Republicans can't win -- American Spectator
NRSC ad actually promotes Tea Party-backed conservatives in push to Election Day -- Riehl World View
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