Farah, Corsi Form New Super PAC

Joseph Farah, Jerome Corsi, Floyd Brown (the man behind the infamous Willie Horton commercial), William Murray (the son of Madalyn Murray O’Hair) and a handful of others have formed Takeover Super PAC, which will support only the most far-right candidates for public office. From their mission statement:

The mission of Takeover Super PAC is to challenge America’s new political establishment and party bosses to restore limited government as described in the U.S. Constitution. We stand for individual liberty and opportunity that will strengthen families and empower people, so they can have a better future.

Takeover Super PAC is independent of any political party. We fight for the Constitution, not for the establishment, and our political activity is focused on electing principled conservatives to the House of Representatives and the Senate.

We take a “no compromise” approach to politics and public policy. The bipartisan approach has failed us. The establishment is bargaining away our Constitutional rights and our free enterprise system. Electing Republicans is not always enough. In every instance where Republicans concedes to liberals, in the name of cooperation, we lose.

It’s Time to Stop Pretending We Can Win by Losing.

Takeover Super PAC was created by a group of lifelong conservatives who are determined to win elections and take our country back from the liberals and socialists. If you’re tired to putting your money to work for turncoats and traitors, join us. Together we can win.

And of course, Ronald Reagan. Lots and lots of Ronald Reagan (the imaginary one, of course, not the real one).

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  • hunter

    a group of lifelong conservatives who are determined to win elections

    Strikes me as something of an oxymoron.

  • D. C. Sessions

    “Nonpartisan” apparently means that they won’t be attacking Democrats but save all of their efforts for attacking Republicans from the right.

    Works for me, I wish them the best.

  • http://zenoferox.blogspot.com/ Zeno

    So it’s a kind of fantasy league?

  • machintelligence

    It’s Time to Stop Pretending We Can Win by Losing.

    And time to prove we can truly lose by losing.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1246980039 caseyboucher

    Don’t be stupid, be a smarty, come and join the Nazi party!

  • http://polrant@blogspot.com democommie

    Considering the tendency of Reptilicans in general and ReiKKKwingers in particular to insert their heads in their own asses AND the phenomena of a “Singularity of teh Burnin’ Stoopit” that will be formed when all of those KKKonservaKKKlownz get into a particular radius of physical proximity (or is it pricksymmetry?)–this doesn’t look to me like it will end well, for them.

  • daved

    It’s Time to Stop Pretending We Can Win by Losing.

    After the next election cycle, they can revise this slogan by removing the last two words.

  • blf

    The bipartisan approach has failed us.

    A direct admissions that S. Palin has no concept of politics, law, humanity, rationality, or sense.

    Not that she — or any other thug — will have the slightest comprehension of both the words or meaning of the quote and my previous sentence.

  • blf

    Apologies, I meant Farah et al. …

    (Albeit that cast of authoritarian clowns quote possibility does include S. Palin.)

  • Al Dente

    The establishment is bargaining away … our free enterprise system.

    That will come as a surprise to the Establish wing of the Republican Party.

  • raven

    The bipartisan approach has failed us.

    By bipartisan, she means the business wing GOP and the Oogedy Boogedy fundie xian wing.

    That will come as a surprise to the Establish wing of the Republican Party.

    These days they are known as the…Democrats.

  • raven

    Palin is always good for some mild amusement but we might be laughing while walking past the graveyard.

    1. It’s no secret there is a civil war in the GOP. The shreds of the pragmatic wing decided they were sick of the Tea Party and raised a lot of money to oppose them.

    2. The Tea Party went out and raised 3 times as much.

    There is no guarantee that the group that can see reality from their front yard on a clear day, sometimes will win that civil war.

    Sad to say, while things could get better, they can always get worse as well. We will just have to wait and see.