“I appreciate the strong support from all of my Republican colleagues, and especially our 13 new Republican Senators, as we continue our campaign to win back a Senate Republican majority in 2012. Continuity at the NRSC is something we haven’t had in a while, and which we need to build on our victories in 2010. […]
“The key now is to build on that success, while applying lessons learned from the 2010 campaign. I believe Republicans are strongest when we stick together, and I continue to adhere to the words of William F. Buckley, who famously said: ‘I am for the most conservative candidate that can get elected.’ But I recognize that Republican primary voters choose our nominees, and I am committed to listening to the message voters sent this past year.
I’m not sure what I’m supposed to take away from that?
If he means the NRSC is going to stay out of contested primaries this time out…then good for them…
What of Rob Jesmer? I guess we’ll have to wait and see on that…
And what about the bang up Job the NRSC did raising money this year….spending millions on a lost cause in CA and the mess they made of GOTV efforts in NV, DE and CT?
If he means, As I suspect he does), the NRSC is still going to be picking winners and losers again…then I have a little treat for the “Stupid Party” and all the Senators who UNANIMOUSLY voted to return Senator Train Wreck to the chairmanship at NRSC.
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