Reince Priebus Speech at Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition

Tonight RNC Chairman Reince Priebus spoke at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition to get things started. His speech is below:



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He is a thousand times better than Steele and he doesn’t mince words in his emails either. I to only donate to individual candidates and to Demint’s Senate’s Conservative Fund. That will change when we get a candidate whoever that may be. I don’t want Romney but…does anyone think he’ll put forward communist candidates for the Supreme Court like the two Obama chose or stifle drilling in the gulf or raise taxes. We can only hope for someone else but make no mistake we must elect a Republican to the White house and we must, must have a majority conservative Senate and House if we want to set this country back on the right path. If Obama is again elected president any efforts made by the Congress to set this country right will be vetoed and our foreign policy which is in taters now will only become more dangerous. Anyone… Read more »

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I hope you are right, however we need to keep their feet to the fire and ensure as best as we can that they cut gov’t spending and actually act like a conservative government.

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Sending money to the RNC is a waste. I send my money directly to candidates. Also, I send money to SarahPAC, as Sarah Palin has a better track record of picking good ‘Conservative’ candidates who actually have gotten elected. Check the 2010 elections to see just how many of Sarah’s picks didn’t stand a chance until she got behind them and then were elected because she gave them her support. I’m always sending letters back to the RNC, when they ask me to donate money, telling them just how I feel about their incompetence in spending money on RINO candidates compared to Sarah Palin’s wise spending on good Conservative candidates. If the RNC and GOP elite would follow and back up Sarah Palin’s picks, Conservatives would win all of the time. But, when we have to fight the RNC and the GOP elite to get good Conservatives elected, that’s where… Read more »

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First time I have heard a speech by this guy. WAAAAY better than Steele.

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NJK

I no longer donate to Republicans. Only the Senate Conservatives Fund and candidates of choice.

MJS
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Because the GOP has failed to set a solid agenda, get Constitutional Conservatism back on track, and hire people, staff, officials, etc accordingly, we the get the RINO party that has no backbone and looks like a flock of trembling wimps.

What if Mark Levin were RNC Chairman? Do you think the direction of the GOP would have principals and actually stand for something?!?

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I’m in for Levin being RNC Chairman.

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Solid conservatives will fill the congress, senate and white house with consevatives in 2012. We the People will reform government. We were awoken by the best alarm clock- Sarah Palin. Republican party needs to join us.

MJS
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MJS

You would make a better RNC Chairman!

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definitely prefer Reince over Michael Steele! at least the RNC is moving in the right direction albeit slowly..still won’t be sending $$ there, just support candidates directly.

MJS
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MJS

That’s right, Tweedledee over Tweedledum. What a relief.

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Well a few things in his speech indicate they know they have a problem with the People. Pretty bad when the RNC chair has to try and convince middle ground Iowa voters that the RNC is still with conservatives

His job is to raise money. What a contrast to DWS, but on stage he oozes insincerity.

I would have been a whole lot more impressed if he had said “fire Barack Obama and John Boehner” – now THAT’S conservative. In fact, I would have sent a big fat check on the spot.

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Good one!
I’m from Ohio and I’ll vote for any conservative they run against him.

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Republicans are a part of the Conservative Movement? Tell that to Palin!

By the way, who voted for the debt ceiling?

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Until the last 5 minutes, I was with him- now I really don’t trust him-

No settling for a douche like Romney, lets get Cain in there- screw the establishment.

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I had no problem with the last 5 minutes. It was a good speech.

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