Archive for December, 2009

Reason # 675 that Charlie is Gay

Posted in Uncategorized on December 19, 2009 by Irish Pirate Eddie

Loves the architecture of the Florida  capital building ………


Greer ’bout to GO!!

Posted in Uncategorized on December 19, 2009 by Irish Pirate Eddie

Don’t let the door………………..

“The chorus of Republican officials calling for the ouster of state GOP Chairman Jim Greer grew louder Thursday as at least 50 party officials signed a letter calling for a secret-ballot vote on rescinding Greer’s chairmanship.”

“As a crecendo of calls for his resignation grew around him, Greer insisted he won’t quit. Crist’s campaign for the U.S. Senate issued a statement of support, saying the governor believes his hand-picked party chief is “the right guy” to l

But Allen Cox, the party’s vice chairman, circulated a four-point petition among Republican State Committee members calling for Greer’s ouster at a meeting in Orlando Jan. 8-9. The state party’s annual meeting is already set for those dates and Greer said he will be happy clear the air with committee members.”

Crist actions are the title to a popular John Hughes 80’s film

Posted in Uncategorized on December 17, 2009 by Irish Pirate Eddie


Crist:I’m tried and true (more like tired and blue)

Crist takes aims at Rubio

Crist:Rubio is a phony


Posted in Uncategorized on December 16, 2009 by Irish Pirate Eddie

Rising Rising!!!!

“Crist’s support has fallen from 53% in August to 49% in October. Rasmussen Reports noted at the time, “The fact that Crist has fallen below 50% in a primary against a lesser known opponent suggests potential vulnerability……”

“Fifty-two percent (52%) of conservatives favor Rubio. In October, Crist still had support from just over half the conservative primary voters.”

GOP infighting shakes party- It will Break us or Make us

Posted in Uncategorized on December 15, 2009 by Irish Pirate Eddie

TAMPA – An increasingly fractious challenge to the Republican Party from its own conservative base could relegate the party to indefinite minority status, some Republicans fear.

It’s showing up in the form of conservative primary challengers against candidates blessed by the party establishment – a strange phenomenon in a party known for tightly controlled, wait-your-turn politics.

Some Republicans fear the divisive primaries could leave GOP voters divided and dispirited, or push to the party so far right it alienates mainstream voters.

“If you tried to devise a strategy for destroying the Republican Party in Florida, you couldn’t do much better than this,” said retired University of South Florida political scientist Darryl Paulson, a Republican and a former Heritage Foundation fellow.

“The kind of narrow appeal they’re offering would almost guarantee Republicans would become the minority party in Florida,” Paulson said.

But some party officials say it’s only part of the process of reordering the party’s leadership and political priorities after a couple of disastrous elections.

Members of the movement say it’s the only way for the party to regain credibility as a conservative option in a time of Democratic dominance.

“This has given us an opportunity to rediscover the roots of the party,” said Marco Rubio, who is making national headlines with his challenge to Florida Gov. Charlie Crist in the Republican U.S. Senate primary. “The vast majority of Americans support limited government.”

Reviving Federalism

Posted in Uncategorized on December 15, 2009 by Irish Pirate Eddie


National and state government should be kept apart.

Become a Precinct Committeman…or Committewoman

Posted in Uncategorized on December 11, 2009 by Irish Pirate Eddie

 It’s trickle up Conservatisim

 “Want to motivate the wimpy Republicans-In-Name-Only to start following the Constitution? Want better conservative Republican Party candidates with a chance to win the primary and general elections? Then volunteer IMMEDIATELY to become a Republican Party precinct committeeman. Precinct committeemen elect the leadership within the Party and vote to endorse the Republicans in the primaries. The more conservatives in the precinct “