The NRSC should get off of their pious behind and support this man. He has apologized for his comments. What more do they want – him to lick their boots. Their (NRSC) picking winners is not great. There are two reason the Republicans need all the senators they can get is (1) The Supreme Court and (2) United Nation Treaties. There are going to be 2 or maybe 3 Justices that will be retiring. I think you can read what will happen if the Democrats stay in charge, we will have more LIBERALS.
Secondly, The White House and US State Department are working with the United Nations to submit a number of treaties to the US Senate to be approved. The US House has no say in this matter. Should you want to find more — goggle UNITED NATIONS TREATIES and read Dick Morse’s Book
“HERE COMES THE BLACK HELICOPTERS”. I think Senator Cornyn should take off his rose color glasses help pick-up a senator for the US Senator. If you know Senator Cornyn, please make the suggestion.
In 2010, the National Republican Senatorial Committee spent a great deal of time and energy portraying conservatives as the reason the GOP did not take back the Senate. They blamed Jim DeMint for Sharon Angle’s win, though he chose not to supporter her in the primary. They blamed Jim DeMint and Sarah Palin for Christine O’Donnell’s win, though they endorsed a week before the primary when she was already ahead by double digits. They blamed Jim DeMint and conservatives for Ken Buck in Colorado, though Buck won independents by 18% and suffered through a disastrous state Republican party mess to get there.
It’s worth remembering too that the NRSC spent money in Colorado attacking Ken Buck and then couldn’t help him across the finish line as the nominee because . . .well . . . they’d spent their independent expenditure budget attacking him. So they did the logical thing — they abandoned a bunch of potential rising stars and went all in with Carly Fiorina who, after having run a money losing bid for the Senate got to be co-chair something or other at the National Republican Senatorial Committee(ReadMore)