Dear GOP, Since you aren't really using the Republican Party name
This is a portion of my article written at Examiner.com. My intent in writing this article is to either convince the Republican Party to meet with the Conservative faction of the TEA Party Movement and reform itself or make it clear to TEA Party Republican Loyalists that the Republican Party has no intent to reform because the Republican Leaderships equates that with loss of power.
[The Cynical Patriot - Less Prancing, No Dancing - More Direct, No Prisoners]
Prologue - I realize that some people have the perception that the TEA Party Movement is a Republican Trojan horse. To be sure, there is a strong conservative leaning in the TEA Party Movement. And, there is a faction of the TEA Party Movement that are what I would call "Republican Party Loyalist". But there is also a small faction of Liberals who have concerns with the Democratic Party similar to the concerns we conservatives have with the Republican Party. Most of the TEA Party folks define themselves as anti-corruption and pro-Constitution. The fact of the matter is the TEA Party Movement's most unifying concerns are about both major political parties 1) lack of adherence to the Constitution, 2)the erosion of our Bill of Rights, 3) overwhelming Political, Judicial and Bureaucratic corruption, 4) excess special interest influence and 5) the de facto Plutocracy (Government and Justice to the highest bidder) which causes legislation and judicial decisions contrary to the best interests of the general citizenry and the country as a whole. Citizen to Citizen, I would ask the Republican Loyalists and concerned Liberals who place loyalty to country over loyalty to party to be as critical of the failings of their own respective political party as I am about to be with regard to the Republican Party.
Dear GOP Leadership:
Since you are not really living up to the principals of the Republican Party name, how about giving it to the conservative faction of the TEA Party Movement. Perhaps you would then be able to name your party with a name that more accurately represents its position, like "Democrat Light" or "Special Interest Lackeys"....
...In light of the recent poll showing that the TEA Party Movement is more popular among the American Public than either the Democrats or Republicans ( http://twurl.cc/1zrv ) isn't it a bit presumptive for the Republicans to command the TEA Party to sacrifice their votes to save the Country from Obama and the Democrats.....
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Those were my thoughts.