May 27, 2009

Top Bloggers to NRSC: Stay Out of Primaries

Posted by Adam Graham in : Future of Conservatism,Politics

The big guns of the conservative blogosphere have got a message for Senator John Conryn (R-Tx) and the NRSC:

Dear Senator Cornyn, 

We the undersigned believe that the National Republican Senatorial Committee should be committed to serving ALL the members of the Republican Party.

Additionally, the NRSC should be focused on defeating Democrats, not Republicans. Towards that end, we believe it was completely inappropriate for the NRSC to endorse a candidate in the Florida primary race.

Therefore, we request that both you and the NRSC alter your position on the Florida Senate race, maintain neutrality, and promise to spend no money directly or indirectly in that race.

Sincerely yours,

John Hawkins
Right Wing News

Erick Erickson

R.S. McCain
The Other McCain, Right Wing News, Not One Red Cent

Ed Morrissey
Hot Air

Jon Henke
The Next Right

Eric Odom
American Liberty Alliance

Pamela Geller
Atlas Shrugs

Dan Riehl
Riehl World View

Jeff Goldstein
Protein Wisdom

Kevin Aylward

Lorie Byrd

David Blount
Moonbattery, Right Wing News

Melissa Clouthier
Melissa Clouthier, The Other McCain, Right Wing News

Jeff Vreeland
Tech Republican, President of VM Technologies and IT Chairman for the YRNF

Matt Lewis

Ned Ryun
The Madison Project

Justin Hart

John Caldwell

Joshua Trevino
Co-founder of Redstate, founder of Treviño Strategies and Media.

Chip Hanlon
Red County

Robert Loewen
President of the Lincoln Club of Orange County

Richard Wagner
Chairman of the Lincoln Club of Orange County

Whatever one thinks of the Florida U.S. Senate race, it shouldn’t be decided by the NRSC and by injecting the NRSC into a primary for an Open Seat, Senator Cornyn has created unnecessary friction within the Republican Party and has shown a disrespect for the Primary process of the people of Florida.

As Morrissey points out, a similar tactic is causing friction among New York Democrats even coming from the far more popular Obama White House.  Already Cornyn is having to dodge questions on Facebook and in blogger conference calls and has a brushfire of anomosity building up. Now would be a good time for a graceful retreat to neutrality.

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