“An Open Letter to the RNC
April 19, 2012
I hold no illusion that my words will have any affect on the direction the RNC has chosen to take, but for the sake of my own soul, I will try once.
Since 1856, the Republican National Committee has existed to serve the needs of its constituents. By constituents, I mean American citizens who have been in agreement with the Republican Party platform.
For the most part, your constituents are everyday common folk concerned with the mundane aspects of life. The Republican Party, which has become an intrinsic part of America, would not exist were it not for the average citizen. And yet, over the past few decades the RNC has apparently forgotten to whom they owe their allegiance.
The RNC has become instead a club for the Super-Rich Elite, as evidenced by Romneys upcoming $50,000.00 per head Victory Fund post-coronation celebration in Phoenix.
You cannot imagine the outrage this entire fiasco has created amongst us common serfs.
Romney only has around half the hard delegates needed to win the nomination. Nineteen states have yet to voice their opinions. By accepting Romney as the GOP candidate at this early date, it is obvious that RNC rules no longer have any meaning
I sincerely recommend that the RNC very quickly reassess its agenda, because it is no longer in tune with the vast majority of conservative Americans.
We do NOT want Mitt Romney or any other Country Club RINO as our candidate. The Democrat crossover voters who have helped bolster Romneys numbers thus far will not repeat their votes in November, and he will lose in the most spectacular fashion to Obama.
I do not hold any hope that the RNC will find its way back to the American public, and thus am looking forward to the emergence of a new Conservative Party to take your place.
After being a lifelong Registered Republican, it is with great regret that I request my name be with drawn from your list of supporters. I cannot continue to be associated with a political organization that ignores its own rules, much less the voice of The People.”