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Possible RNC Power Grab

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About Dan Colby (@dpcolby)

I am a United States Army Veteran. Conservative Warrior. Christian. Student. I love America, Capitalism. I am also sick and tired of the Progressive/Left destroying America and her traditions. It is time we stand up and take the fight to them. #WAR I will not sit down any longer. I will not be silent, I refuse to sit by and watch these radicals destroy everything that I love. The fight is on. Let us begin with the ability to fight lies with reason.


  1. Curious how prespectives can differ. While I don’t understand Jack’s comment, I am, at least i part, on the same page as Jeremy & don’t feel the rules commitiee should be ‘the’ final word. And grassroots efforts ar as American as apple pie I also see it as a move by the Tea Party members that want a 3rd party & a power push that ties in with the commericials running asking for donations To change this aspect would diminish delegates & the party. There is so much young talent in the GOP that will replenish our party like Ryan, Christie or Rubio & those to come. There’s enough squabbling without individual bids for power to undermine our goal of taking this, our Great Nation where it deserves to be.

  2. Between the monied interests who have actual power, and the unwashed masses who think the monied people courting them really give a rat’s ass about their POV. The tea party rank and file are discovering they are in the 99%, and that’s gotta hurt. Karma is, in fact, a bitch.

    You suckers….guess you had to look up “disenfranchised” to find out what your corporate masters really have in store for you!

  4. Dan I watched this remotely via the Internet and I find it very disturbing. I included a video of an interview of our local radio guys Davis and Emmer talking to The Blaze editor in chief Scott Baker. I fully agree this is fishy and it serves as evidence that grassroots activist must continue to fight for everything they get.