Doug Hoffman, a Republican rejected by the GOP in favor of a Socialist; get a clue Newt (video)

73% of GOP voters nationwide think Republicans in Congress have lost touch with their voting base

Dede Scozzafava is the Spoiler,
not Doug Hoffman

He is a Republican

Doug Hoffman is a Republican forced to run on the Conservative Party Ticket

Doug Hoffman will vote WITH the GOP and Against the SOCIALISTS… What’s not to like?

Key GOP numb nuts like Newt Gringrich and Patrick Tuohey keep pushing a bad GOP hand and cling to an Obama-pushed euphemism borrowed from Morton Blackwell: “don’t make the good the enemy of the perfect.”

Well I have a euphemism for the GOP backers of the Socialist GOP Candidate Dede Scozzafava:

“Don’t pretend the Wrong
is a friend of
the Right.”

Dede Scozzafava is a Socialist,
not a GOP Moderate

From an op-ed by Doug Hoffman penned article in the New York Post October 25, 2009:

I’m a lifelong Republican running as the nominee of the New York State Conservative Party. I didn’t leave the Republican Party, the party left me. The GOP bosses in New York and Washington felt the candidate needed to be as liberal as possible. They picked a professional politician, with a voting record more liberal than 46 Democrats in the New York state legislature. They threw principles out the window. Their candidate has voted for increased spending, higher taxes, gay marriage and abortion. She supports “Card Check” (EFCA) and is supported by trial lawyers, gay activists and Big Labor. In 2008 she ran on the line of the radical left Working Families Party, ACORN’s political party in New York.

An example of get back on the plantation Fear Mongering “The GOP Sky Is Falling” from Patrick Touhey at BigGovernment.com:

By picking a fight within the GOP and calling for an inquisition against RINOs, Tea Party activists are sowing the seeds of all our defeat.  There are plenty of people within the Republican Party with whom we disagree.  But reducing our current 218 members in the US House and Senate to a more pure 200 or 190 is no victory at all.

and…

I understand the urge to clean one’s own house, but as I learned from Morton Blackwell, “don’t make the good the enemy of the perfect.”  The issue in New York’s 23rd may very well be resolved due to pressure from national conservatives, but a campaign of eating our own is not something we should relish.

Message to Newt Gingrich & Co: Do Not Split the Party by backing Socialist GOP Candidates, or else the GOP bleeding will be on your hands, not on the hands of Conservatives who have had it with GOP Screw-Ups like you, Sir!

Leave the Socialist Hugging
to the Socialists and
Leave Conservative Hugging
to the Conservatives

And if that is too much
for you to handle
Go join the Socialist Party,
NEWT

Newt’s response flies in the face of Dede Scozzafava’s response to a reporter asking her position of support for Card Check and ObamaCare Funded Abortions:

Oh… and Dede’s GOP handlers have her give a speech in front of Doug Hoffman’s Campaign Headquarters… thus the Doug Hoffman signs behind her. What a moron…

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23 Responses to Doug Hoffman, a Republican rejected by the GOP in favor of a Socialist; get a clue Newt (video)

  1. m2 says:

    Gingrich just buys into that false premise spewed by Communists and Communist-appeasing fringe media, that the Republican party is a narrow party…

    He apparently doesn’t understand.

  2. m2 says:

    The Majority of Americans would fit into the Republican party as we all want the opposite of COMMUNISM.

    the Majority also wants their Healthcare ploy of false Reform/and Communist takeover to END.

    ha ha ha ha ha!!

  3. VotingFemale says:

    yeah… and let’s not forget… McCain was for Universal Healthcare… a cost too far… whats not to like?

    No wonder McCain’s Handlers thought Sarah went Rogue…

  4. VotingFemale says:

    M2, no damn wonder folks are fed up with the idiots making decisions in the GOP with screw ups like backing Dede “The Socialist” Scozzofava…

    and like I really wanted to learn how to spell her name… hrumph

  5. VotingFemale says:

    perhaps some good will come out of all this as we head into the 2010 election year…

    spanking GOP numb nuts can have a beneficial effect if they can get over themselves and take their lead from the base.

  6. VotingFemale says:

    M2, Check out this recent Rasmussen Poll…

    m2 said

    Gingrich just buys into that false premise spewed by Communists and Communist-appeasing fringe media, that the Republican party is a narrow party…

    He apparently doesn’t understand.

    m2 said

    The Majority of Americans would fit into the Republican party as we all want the opposite of COMMUNISM.

    the Majority also wants their Healthcare ploy of false Reform/and Communist takeover to END.

    ha ha ha ha ha!!

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    from: http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/mood_of_america/trust_on_issues

    Trust on Issues
    Voters Trust Republicans More On 10 Top Issues
    Friday, October 23, 2009

    For the first time in recent years, voters trust Republicans more than Democrats on all 10 key electoral issues regularly tracked by Rasmussen Reports. The GOP holds double-digit advantages on five of them.

    Republicans have nearly doubled their lead over Democrats on economic issues to 49% to 35%, after leading by eight points in September.

    The GOP also holds a 54% to 31% advantage on national security issues and a 50% to 31% lead on the handling of the war in Iraq.

    But voters are less sure which party they trust more to handle government ethics and corruption, an issue that passed the economy in voter importance last month. Thirty-three percent (33%) trust Republicans more while 29% have more confidence in Democrats. Another 38% are undecided. Last month, the parties were virtually tied on the issue.

    (Want a free daily e-mail update? If it’s in the news, it’s in our polls). Rasmussen Reports updates are also available on Twitter or Facebook.

    A recent Rasmussen Reports video report finds that voters are more disappointed lately with Obama’s performance in dealing with corruption in Washington.

    Among unaffiliated voters who see ethics as the most important issue, 26% trust the GOP more while 23% trust Democrats more. Most (51%) are not sure which party they trust.

    On the highly contentious issue of health care, voters now give the edge to Republicans 46% to 40%. The parties tied on the issue last month, after Republicans took the lead on it for the first time in August.

    Separate polling released today shows 49% of voters nationwide say that passing no health care reform bill this year would be better than passing the plan currently working its way through Congress. Most voters (54%) oppose the health care reform plan proposed by the president and congressional Democrats, but 42% are in favor of it.

    On taxes, Republicans are now ahead of Democrats 50% to 35%, nearly doubling their September lead on the issue. Prior to July, the percentage of voters who trusted the GOP more on taxes never reached 50%. It has done so three times since then.

    Thirty-eight percent (38%) of voters say cutting the federal budget deficit in half in the next four years should be the Obama administration’s top priority, while 23% say health care reform is most important.

    Republicans are down to a seven-point lead on immigration after enjoying a 13-point advantage last month. Recent polling shows that 56% think the policies of the federal government encourage people to enter the United States illegally.

    Voters trust Republicans more on Social Security by a 45% to 37% margin, after the GOP trailed Democrats by two points on the issue in the last survey.

    The president is proposing a one-time $250 payment to seniors who for the first time in years won’t be getting a cost of living increase in their Social Security checks because inflation’s down. While half of voters support this idea, they are more skeptical when told how much it will cost.

    Republicans lead on the issue of education 43% to 38%. Last month Democrats had a five-point lead.

    Voters also trust Republicans more on the handling of abortion 47% to 35%.

    The GOP advantage over Democrats increased from two points to five in the latest edition of the Generic Congressional Ballot. Forty-two percent (42%) would vote for their district’s Republican congressional candidate while 37% would opt for his or her Democratic opponent.

    But 73% of GOP voters nationwide think Republicans in Congress have lost touch with their voting base.

    Please sign up for the Rasmussen Reports daily e-mail update (it’s free) or follow us on Twitter or Facebook. Let us keep you up to date with the latest public opinion news.

    See survey questions and toplines. Crosstabs on Trust on Issues I and Trust on Issues II are available to Premium Members only.

  7. m2 says:

    Gingrich is probably a decent dude… but he’s maybe senile or something. A strong mind should know, DON’T BUY INTO SOCIALIST/COMMIE FALSE PREMISES.

    The aggressor sets the tone.

    Right now We are The PEOPLE. And the Commies are trying everything possible to APPEAR withit, and together.

    They have all the bad plays, and we the upper-hand.

  8. m2 says:

    I just responded to a comment by Arlene on my blog with this,

    We can defeat these Statist losers if we further reduce their fringe media to the state-run organizations they are. Right now they are exercising another Alinsky “Rule”. (’dem wittle uncreative collective-minded, unindividual losers!)…

    That is “make the enemy” (that’s us, the “enemy”—America), “Make the enemy believe you have more power than you have…”

    To do that, they have faxed-fed the Fringe Media their propaganda to make people (who overwhelmingly HATE their approach to Healthcare believe they are the minority when actually THEY are the majority)… We may see doctored polls coming out, wildly different than other polls at the critical hour.

    Schumer and others are doing the spin on Sunday programs and talking about having a 60 count. It’s all a farce. It’s what Nancy Pelosi has been doing for the last 2 years. Lying and pretending the outlook on her Left-Wing extremist agenda is popular and they are getting it done.

    They’re about to lose Virginia and hopefully (if Soros doesn’t bus in ACORN criminals to commit fraud) New Jersey!

    What we should be concerned about is getting together a coalition of Conservatives, Independents, Republicans and “normal” America-loving Democrats to support Obama’s opposition in 2012.

  9. m2 says:

    Nancy Pelosi’s intellect is propped up on 1-guiding principle in her life, and nothing more.

    “Fake it till you make it.”

    or Alinsky’s rule about “faking Power”…

    Thus, her only gift as a public servant has been propagandizing the Extreme Left Wing views as though they are mainstream, and even more laughable, as though people WANT their vision!

    Hilarious. I would ask for a refund on this public servant if I were a San Franciscoan.

  10. m2 says:

    I got to go run some errands, bbl!

  11. m2 says:

    P.S. with a 12% approval rating by the Country.. or is it 10% now, I think America wants a refund on this Speaker of the House. She should have been flung out the minute she blamed her ignorance on the C.I.A.

    LOL!

    m2 said:
    Hilarious. I would ask for a refund on this public servant if I were a San Franciscoan.

  12. VotingFemale says:

    I am almost done with a second blog post that parlays into what you said to Arlene in your cross posted comment, M2.

    stand by… the new blog post is almost finished ;)

  13. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    Thanks for having me,VF! Everyone on ireports thought you & I were the same person. Drugs will do that to a lib.

    I’ve got to get used to this format but I am thrilled to be able to have a voice & not be censored by CNNireports. Wow! I can finally be open about my support for Sarah Palin :D

    BTW! I did get an email from ireports this morning asking me to join in the conversation ( shaking head ). Are these ppl seriously on crack?! They just banned me without explaining why?!

    I left some info. on CNN’sface book page :)

  14. VotingFemale says:

    Soo happy to see you Susan!!!!

    Folks on iReport thought I was a hired gun from the GOP… then they thought I was a CNN producer… and their fears led them to believe all manner of scarry thangs!

    Please note… active commenting always follows the newest blog post.

    which is now: http://votingfemale.wordpress.com/2009/10/26/the-fringe-media-is-afraid-this-is-going-to-leak-out-and-get-their-chosen-one-all-wee-weeed-up/

    Come on over there and join in dear!!!

    and Welcome Aboard the Sarah Palin Train!

  15. Foxwood says:

    NEWS ALERT!

    Obutthole has made a decision on the 40,000 troops. He knows where the enemy is and they are surrounding the Fox News Center in NY right now!

    From Glenn Becks Radio Show :)

  16. Foxwood says:

    It’s been a very bad day in Lake Charles traffic. D!cks don’t know how to drive in the rain. You’d think as much rain is here, they’d know how to drive in it! So I have a song to dedicate to the Lake Charles denizens. It’s called “The Bird”!

  17. roxannadanna says:

    I’m disappointed in Newt. And I hope the rest of the party doesn’t follow his line of thinking or they will find themselves outside the party very soon.

    Republicans (and conservatives) win when they hold to their principles. Those who don’t will be out of office next election.

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  19. arlenearmy says:

    I just left another word press blog discussion of Hoffman in the lead. I am trying to find various polling on this. I didn’t get the chance to listen to Rush.

    http://nicedeb.wordpress.com/2009/10/26/shock-poll-hoffman-surges-to-lead-in-ny-race/#comment-27035

  20. arlenearmy says:

    A long time ago I used to live in a town that was mostly republican. Then a bunch of democrats (union folks) moved in. The democrats ran for office on the Republican ticket ONLY for the purpose of getting elected.

    So just because Dede puts an R beside her name does not make her a Republican. She’s trying to go undercover.

  21. arlenearmy says:

    M2
    I left the following response for you at your blog

    “I just read another site where its implied that the polls showing Hoffman leading, are somewhat doctored. http://politicalwire.com/archives/2009/10/26/hoffman_takes_the_lead.html

    Since Chuck Todd thinks this, then why don’t he get Real Clear Politics to poll that NY race? I think CFG’S showing Hoffman in the lead are a good indication of how that race is going. http://www.clubforgrowth.org/2009/10/cfg_poll_hoffman_leading_in_ny.php

    And it was also encouraging to hear Dick Morris say that Christy is gonna win in NJ. Of course, he also predicted McDonnell in Virginia will win.

    And I think by Obama putting the word out that he’s gonna show up in both states, is his way of trying to bully us. He’s trying to make us scared of his presence.”

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