(Community Matters) Just when I become optimistic that maybe, just maybe they might get it together . . . the chairman of the Republican National Committee urged religious conservatives Saturday to support the GOP’s plans to expand.
“When it comes to social issues, the party must in fact and deed be inclusive and welcoming,” according to an RNC report commissioned by Priebus after that election and released in March. “If we are not, we will limit our ability to attract young people and others, including many women, who agree with us on some but not all issues.”
. . . just when . . .
Palin . . . . also offered a warning to “the good old boys” in the GOP leadership who are calling for conservative activists to tone down aggressive rhetoric. “You do not marginalize, you don’t discredit and dismiss, every day average hard-working Americans — those who are part of that grass-roots tea party movement,” she [Sarah Palin] said.
“Just let them tell us to sit down and shut up,” Palin said later, “which I refuse to do.”
I’m starting to think Roger Ailes might be a double agent.