Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Not One Red Cent Catches Fire

It looks like Not One Red Cent is resonating with conservatives throughout the photosphere. The links are coming in hot and heavy and sending the message to the RNSC, “No more!”

Front page at Hot Air; Right Wing News; Red State's Erick Erickson and Moe Lane; Memorandum twice; Matt Lewis at Politics Daily; David Weigel at Washington Independent; Eric Zimmerman at The Hill; John McCormack at The Weekly Standard; Greg Hengler of Townhall, Dan Riehl, Fausta Wertz, Dad 29, Hyscience, Jimmie Bise, St. Blogustine and Pundette.

These are just a few who have spoken out so far. If anyone comes across links not mentioned please let me know so I can add them to the list.

MANY thanks to RS McCain for keeping me in the loop!

UPDATE: The links keep coming!

Reported by Jeremy Wallace at the Sarasota Herald-Tribune;
Reported by Thomas Francis at the Broward-Palm Beach New Times;
Reported by John Mercurio at NewsMax;
Chris Wysocki at Wyblog, Pamela Geller at Atlas Shrugs, Be John Galt, Matthew Archbold, Ben DeGrow at Mount Virtus, Illinois Pedant, Robert Belvedere at The Camp of the Saints, Andrea Shea King, Pat at So It Goes In Shreveport, Steve Eggleston, Aaron Marks at The Next Right and Stephen Green at VodkaPundit;
More than 1,200 members of the Facebook group.


This from the Tampa Tribune:

Crist: “Let the people decide” in Senate primaryPosted May 20, 2009 by Catherine DolinskiUpdated May 20, 2009 at 02:39 PM

Gov. Charlie Crist said today he’s “comfortable” with a push by grass-roots party activists for the Republican Party to stay neutral in his U.S. Senate primary against Marco Rubio.
Asked about the several county Republican Party organizations that have passed resolutions calling for party neutrality and opposing national GOP efforts to have the party side with Crist, the governor responded, “I agree; of course. Let the people decide; I’m comfortable with that.”
Crist also didn’t take sides when reporters asked about the possibility that his former chief of staff and campaign manager, George LeMieux, might face Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp in the race for attorney general.

“Let freedom ring,” he said. “That’s how I feel about all positions as it relates to the democratic process that we enjoy in this country. Let’s see who announces.”
Good thing Crist is “comfortable” with citizens excercising their rights because there is a whole lot of it going on right now. It seems the Florida Republican Party has gotten the message and has backed off it’s endorsement of Crist.

Let’s keep the ball rolling, folks.

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