Wretched GOP Leadership Plagues U.S.

Winnowing out RINOs remains job #1 for patriots
Republicans have a splendid hand to play — if only they would stop choosing and staying with leaders who have no idea how to play it. They won in 2010 only because ordinary people (aka the Tea Party) took the reins away from party leaders.

When will the party stop squandering its advantages by acquiescing to feckless, drifting, inarticulate leadership? We only have to think about the consequences of another botched Presidential election to understand that one of the biggest threats to the future well-being of the Republic is the wretched quality of Republican leadership.
(full story "The Dire Problem of Republican Leadership" by John Ellis at frontpagemag.com)

Al Capone Convicted, Albert Einstein Defected, OPEC Embargo

On this day: October 17
Al Capone convicted of income tax evasion (1931)

Albert Einstein, fleeing Nazi Germany, moves to the U.S. (1933)

For the first time in World War II, a German submarine attacks an American ship (1941)

OPEC begins an oil embargo against the U.S. and other western nations considered to have helped Israel in its war against Syria (1973)

President B. Hussein Obama begins a three-day phony "bus tour" of North Carolina and Virginia to promote his phony jobs plan (2011)

b: Henri de Saint-Simon (1760), Theodor Eicke (1892), Zhao Ziyang (1919); d: Rehavam Ze'evi (2001)

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