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2014 Election Richard Falknor on 26 Sep 2014 06:11 pm

Two Gatherings: Which Will Build A Solid Conservative Future?

“By repeatedly passing bills that contradict the identity of Republican voters and of the majority of Republican elected representatives, the Republican leadership has made political orphans of millions of Americans.”(Highlighting Forum’s) — Angelo Codevilla in Forbes

Two imminent Republican gatherings in Virginia:  which one includes the architects of a solid conservative future?

Mitt Romney headlining Barbara Comstock fundraiser

“Mitt Romney is headlining a fundraiser for Virginia Republican House candidate Barbara Comstock.
The former GOP presidential candidate, who recently stirred up chatter over saying ‘circumstances can change’ as to whether he would consider another White House bid, plans to attend the event Sept. 30 at the Virginia home of veteran Republican fundraisers Bobbie and Bill Kilberg.
Romney and Comstock will attend a ‘private roundtable’ and ‘photo opportunity’ for co-chairs, according to the email invite. Co-chairs are expected to give or raise $10,000. Host level is $2,600, and attendees of the general reception are asked to contribute $500.
The invite lists current co-chairs as Wes and Natalie Bush; Jack and Claudette Gerard; Caren Merrick; Dan and Megan Nelson; Ted Olson; and Suzy and Bob Pence. More than two dozen ‘hosts’ are also listed on the invite, including Christopher and Kristin Bonacci; Sid Dewberry; Roy McGrath; Mike Mullen; Ed and Patti Rogers; and Todd Stottlemyer”  — Politico’s Anna Palmer (Highlighting Forum’s)


Sessions, Ingraham To Fundraise For David Brat

“Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), the ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee, and nationally syndicated radio host Laura Ingraham will host a fundraiser and rally for GOP congressional candidate Dave Brat.
Brat ousted now former House Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) in a primary earlier this year by focusing on the effects of Cantor’s support for amnesty on American workers. Sessions and Ingraham are both national leaders ardently opposed to amnesty.
The event, which is open to the public and publicized on Brat’s campaign website, will take place on Saturday Sept. 27 from 3 to 6 p.m. in the district Brat will represent assuming he holds off the Democratic candidate.” – – Breitbart’s Matthew Boyle


Significantly, senator Jeff Sessions — in his 2013 memo “How The GOP Can Do The Right Thing On Immigration—And Win” — declared Republicans must “adopt a humble and honest populism.”

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