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The Truth makes us free…We live in an Era of Lies

October 4, 2015

Republican Party of Florida promotes its “Sunshine Summit”

The Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) has recently begun promoting its 2 day Presidential event, scheduled for November 13th and 14th of 2015. Presidential hopefuls who have announced that they will be attending are as follows: Donald Trump, Senator Lindsey Graham, Governor Mike Huckabee, Governor Jeb Bush, Governor Bobby Jindal and Senator Marco Rubio. The event will bring Presidential candidates, along with Florida’s elected officials, together to address voters, grassroots leaders, community volunteers and GOP supporters from across the state. The Summit will provide a platform for Presidential candidates to share their views for the nation and Florida alike.

Jeb Bush behind the Curtain
The RPOF has approved controversial rule changes regarding who will be on the Republican primary ballot and who will not. Restricting the number of candidates on the ballot would serve Florida’s favorite son, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. Leslie Dougher, former RPOF Chairman, proposed a straw poll called ‘Presidency 6’ for the Sunshine Summit. This would have brought national attention to the event. This initiative was shot down under RPOF Blaise Ingoglin’s Chairmanship.

RPOF Elites can’t have a Florida Straw Poll for 2016
The GOP’s Presidency 5, in September 2011, was the Presidential event for the 2012 election. That event involved Presidential debates, and then a convention styled straw poll vote with delegates from all of Florida’s Counties. Republican Executive Committee members from throughout the state were present. It was an exciting and fun time for precinct captains and grassroots leaders alike. It attracted national attention.  The result of that bottom up vote was a victory for Herman Cain, a political outsider. It was a humiliating defeat for the Party’s choice, Mitt Romney. Today, political outsiders are the GOP front runners with massive leads over establishment candidates. A straw poll, at a Presidency 6, could not be permitted. Imagine someone like Ben Carson or Donald Trump defeating Jeb Bush, in his home state, by double digit numbers. It would destroy Bush’s credibility. It would demonstrate to the entire country how out of touch the GOP is with the people.

Polls show that Independent Outsiders will Prevail
The St. Augustine Tea Party has, for the past nine months, been conducting its St. George Street Polls. The polls are face-to-face random selection and are conducted in both Floridian and national demographic locations. The polls are much like Fox News’, Frank Luntz’s, focus groups, except that the sample is much larger and the conclusions not ‘predetermined’. In a recent three way race on St. George Street, after the second debate, Trump ran away with yet another poll: 54% for Trump, 19% for Bush 12 % for Sanders, and 15% for ‘none of the above’.        

The RINO Leadership Never Learn
The GOP leadership, on various levels, report that they will prevail if they can just get the vote out. For most of them, this is just another election where yet another progressive Republican can prevail because they believe, “Conservatives have no place else to go”.  “This oft-failed belief is based on the idea that any Republican would be better than a Democrat. The elite GOP leadership hasn’t learned a thing, despite the humiliating defeats of both McCain and Romney. In fact, both parties are being rejected by the majority of the people. This election will have a huge independent component. Neither party is a majority party.  The next President may well be elected running as an independent,” a St. George Street pollster said.


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