Monday was an unusual day as I caught a few minutes each of Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Mark Levin. I found it fascinating that all three of the radio conservative pundits rallied against the “establishment” Republicans in the small slice of time I caught. I also had an evening meeting with local Republicans that night. I couldn’t help but laugh on my way home as I thought about the people in that room and how ill fitting the word “establishment” was to that group. There were more than a dozen. Were we presented the same four candidates Floridians were there were probably only three votes for Mitt Romney if that many. One of the people who I pegged as a potential Romney supporter asked me who my guy was and I responded “Santorum.” She nodded her head and said, “I could live with him.”
we will all be voting for Mitt Romney to avoid handing a victory to the Paulbots in March. But I digress. Virginia
Today I heard the term “establishment conservatives.” Okay knuckleheads, which is it? Me thinks that “establishment” is in the eye of the opposition.
I think that it’s past time to call that ridiculous “establishment” charge exactly what it is – BS. We “establishment” types are not a homogeneous mass of automatons (like say democrats?) who are all pulling for Romney to protect some imaginary rice bowl conjured up by pundits or critics alike.
If you doubt me – ask yourself, who is leading the “establishment” Republicans? Is it Reince Priebus? John Boehner? Rush Limbaugh? Who is it exactly that is making us all sit up and bark at the same time? Who told three quarters of a million people in
to vote for Mitt Romney? Florida
People are voting and we’re going to have to live with the result.