Open letter to Michael Steel
To Chairman Michael Steel and anyone else that cares;
I am writing to display my disappointment and utter helplessness I feel because of the decision made by the RNC convention committee to choose Tampa for the 2012 annual convention.
Florida is now being rewarded by holding the 2012 Republican national convention. May I remind you that Florida is showing no loyalty to the republican party by allowing the Republican Governor to run as an independent. This demeans and punishes a conservative Marco Rubio because he was defeating a liberal “RINO” Charlie Crist.
Arizona on the other hand has many conservative people in the party and our legislator and Governor has taken the donkey by the horns and passed a law that does what the federal government is unwilling to do, protect our borders and our people. This law is SB 1070. May I remind you that the Constitution of the United States in Article 1 section 8 states “provide for the common defense” which is detailed in paragraphs 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16.
The thank you that we get is a slap in the face by the RNC. This slap in the face shows very well that the RNC is little more than an arm of the Democrat party and that the party should rename itself The Republicrate Party. You people have a chance here to show that you are supporting the rule of law and the constitution, not the rule of men, however you chose not to.
Yes, we do have 2 senators from Arizona that have tried to shove Amnesty down our throats twice, but the people of Arizona are speaking out and sending a message to them by defeating John McCain in the primary election. I am a precinct committeeman and I am doing everything to help return this party to the roots that established it in 1854. If that does not work then we will need to establish a 3rd party. A 3rd party is really the wrong way to go, but if the republican party is unwilling do the job it was founded for, then we will need to use the 3rd party option.
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