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New Mexican Republicans welcome RNC Chairman to Albuquerque !

Mr. Priebus, I was a National Delegate to the most recent RNC convention from the great state of New Mexico. I witnessed how you fraudulently imposed the new RNC rules which are designed to put all control of the GOP in the hands of a few elites. When you took the vote from the convention floor you refused to acknowledge the "nay" votes . Now the RNC is considering a proposal that will abolish all caucuses and make a regional primary system for Republican primary races. In low populated states like New Mexico this will make us even more irrelevant and dilute the voice of New Mexican Republicans. Mr. Priebus everything I have observed you do as RNC chairman is designed to squash the influence of local Grass roots Republicans.What are you afraid of? In Tampa I saw Ron Paul Republicans working hand in hand with Rick Santorum supporters united in the understanding that the GOP,under your chairmanship,was pushing a big government agenda and candidate.These Grass roots Republicans worked hard to get a different POTUS candidate for 2012 and fair transparent rules. What was the outcome of not listening to the Grass roots? We lost and we lost big. Now in all it's wisdom the RNC has decided to reward failure and you have been re-elected as the RNC Chair. I , like all Ron Paul Republicans want to work with you to make the GOP stronger. We can begin the process of making the GOP stronger by throwing out the 2012 rules ,which were never properly elected , and abandoning this faulty primary proposal which is just a naked power grab.Will you be a man of honor and do the right thing?

Respectfully, Patrick J Marron/CD-1 Vice Chair RLCNM

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Every time I read new mexican I think of Mexico... Geez why couldn't they have called it Unicornville or something that goes better with their theme of being "the land of enchantment?"

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Republican Liberty Caucus?

I don't feel like we "lost".. I feel like we were robbed.

I think one of the most important things I saw at the CAGOP convention was the tea party rebellion against leadership. I saw the GOP to do them, what they had been doing to us, the difference being, these tea parties refused to join us or stand for us.. and I admit, I did not stand with them and wear a yellow ribbon. It was my first state convention and I had a lot to learn.. so by the end of the convention, I saw "the glass ceiling" in the GOP.. how the corporations are installing their own because too many in the tea party and us, don't write resolutions or inniatives for party platform, rules.. we wait for an invitation.

At this point I think the only invitation we ever got was from Ron Paul who asked us to become delegates.. and to do that we needed to join the GOP, and in my case, you have to be on a committee.

Republican Liberty Caucus did an excellent job on the floor and with their meeting.. Justin Raimondo was the speaker (boring history lesson.. but maybe others found it enlightening..I hope so). There was one point when a candidate in RLC made her speach for office and while many here on DP would have applauded her, many who were interested in the RLC walked out.

I've noticed that protesting is not how the republicans play.. they will lie, cheat and steal before they protest.. so it's not a metter of protesting.. but it's a matter of writing resolutions, changing the laws locally and statewide.. and letting the national GOP start working on a uniting the GOP rather than global banker's agendas.


can't believe he was able to keep his job

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