Thanks to the blunders of the Republican leadership, three House seats in a row have been lost in special elections.
The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) spent $1.3 million in the first district for Greg Davis, who only received 46% of the vote. The winner, like other Democrats running in rural social conservative areas, championed the same issues as Republicans, claiming to be pro-life, pro-family and pro-second amendment rights. With a Republican president who has an approval under 30%, a war that is not very popular, and a looming recession, the majority vote is going to the Democrat in races where both candidates claim to be social conservatives. In addition, the Republican Party nationally just cannot seem to come up with any agenda other than to point at the Democrat candidates and scream “liberal.” The Republican agenda is in chaos, or maybe non-existent, and that does not bode well for the November elections.
The first special election loss was in
The second loss was in
GING-PAC has had more success than the Republican Party. Of the three special elections we were involved in, we won two out of the three!
Senator Hillary Clinton is trying to make a come-back despite the fact that the liberal media have declared that their candidate, Barack Obama, has won the primary race for the Democrat nominee for president. She received two-thirds of the vote in
The most interesting fact that came out of the exit polls in
Obama has another “Rev. Wright” problem that has not been publicly addressed. The man he described as his “mentor” in his book, Dreams From My Father, was an active member of the Communist Party while it was controlled from
“Remember this, you wise guys
Your tales about Jesus of Nazareth
Are no-go with me
I’ve got a dozen Christs in
(NOTE TO CENSORS: This is a poem written by an African-American poet and is not a racial remark made to offend anyone.)
This from the man that Obama says read poetry to him as a young boy, and who was his teacher and mentor. This Communist teaching to Obama as a boy may explain the Global Poverty Bill he has introduced in the Senate. The bill is just straight out of the philosophy of Karl Marx. It calls for a percentage of
ROBERT NOVAK’S WARPED VIEW OF EVANGELICALS
At the urging of Governor Huckabee most of his strongest evangelical supporters, including myself, have offered to assist the McCain campaign. None of us want Barack Obama with his Communist “mentor” as our next president.
GING-PAC, which supported Mike Huckabee, has already contributed funds to the McCain campaign. I have personally recruited donors for McCain at high dollar events, and the evangelical leaders that were behind Huckabee have indeed offered to work for the McCain campaign. Unfortunately, the McCain campaign is disorganized, under-funded and suspicious of all offers of help from the Huckabee camp. The McCain problem is not evangelicals such as Mike Farris and me; the problem is Nixon era Republicans such as Robert Novak, who fear anyone who goes to church weekly. Novak is creating a situation inside the McCain camp that will only hurt the candidate in the November election. Do I love all that McCain stands for? No! But I would rather have him than a Frank Marshall Davis protégé.
William J. Murray, Chairman
Government Is Not God - PAC