Friday, February 19, 2010

Taking On The Republican Party Of Florida

Wednesday, October 7, 2009 at 12:57pm | Edit Note | Delete
Recent developments in the Marco Rubio campaign raising a million dollars during the last quarter, sure give us hope. The guy that everyone dismissed is really catching fire. And make no mistake, a Rubio win in the August primary will seal Chairman Greer's fate.

What we want is free and open elections in the Republican Party of Florida. Greer and his cronies roll their eyes at the thought of Republicans being given choices.

But just like upstart Rubio telling fat cats that principles do matter, we must continue this trend. Right now there are grassroots candidates trying to break the barrier of elected politics. Without special interest money and incumbency to help them, we have a decision to make.

Do we just shrug our shoulders and say, 'We have to defeat Democrats' and turn a blind eye towards our citizen candidates?

I say HELL NO! I'm pitching my tent on the idea that Greer and everything professional politics stands for is dead. The Tea Party proved that without our so-called leaders we can do just fine.

Remember, the Republican National Committee, RPOF, and all the other alphabet soup groups did jack squat to stop Obama-care. It was only after we rose up and demanded action that our party's bureaucrats and elected officials realized it was safe to come out.

If this is leadership, then show me the exit, because this battle will be over soon enough.

But wait, what's this? A bunch of people are rebelling and parish the thought, winning against the odds?

Right now I urge all of us to take a second look at who we will support in this primary season. Click on your supervisor of elections website. Find those conservative candidates that on a wing and a prayer have said ENOUGH with party picked career politicians.

Here, I'll make it a little easier, please check out Florida Grassroots Candidate and Activist Page at

That site is just getting started, but I have met so many people that have committed to run, I felt I had to do something to help. Hopefully, you feel the same way!

Nick Egoroff
Administrator Restore The Republican Party Of Florida

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