Conservatives Demand Honest, Open GOP Convention

FedUp PAC Staff               Republican plans to manipulate a brokered convention in favor of an establishment candidate could split the GOP and destroy its chance to elect a president in 2016, according to a poll conducted by FedUp PAC.                The possibility that GOP power brokers will find a way to use the rules to hijack the convention and ignore the will of the voters was a great concern for 82%... Read More >

To Win in November, Nominate an Outsider

FedUp PAC Staff               The Republican establishment has stepped up its warnings that the GOP cannot win in November unless it nominates a respectable establishment candidate.  No “outsider” need apply.              The same thing was said to promote the nominations of Mitt Romney, John McCain, and Bob Dole.  That alone should warn us that the establishment is not very good at picking winners... Read More >

Help Wanted: Real Conservative Leaders

FedUp PAC Staff     You would think that by now that congressional Republicans would have a solid track record of opposing Barack Obama’s left-wing agenda.  After all, thanks to the landslide 2014 elections, Republicans hold more seats in Congress than they have since the 1920s. A good number of GOP congressmen are constitutional conservatives aligned with Tea Party values.  What’s more, Harry Reid no longer... Read More >

Trump and Cruz Won Las Vegas GOP Debate, Establishment Candidates Clear Losers

FedUp PAC Staff       Donald Trump and Ted Cruz were big winners in Tuesday’s Republican presidential debate according to a poll of conservatives conducted by FedUp PAC.       Trump was named the winner of the debate by 39%, while 31% chose Cruz, the Senator from Texas.  Only 9% saw Florida Senator Marco Rubio coming out on top, while 7% picked Dr. Ben Carson.  No other candidate reached 5%.       The results... Read More >

Conservatives Want Ryan Removed Following Budget Betrayal

FedUp PAC Staff  Conservatives see the “compromise” spending bill crafted by Speaker Paul Ryan as a surrender to President Obama, according to an unscientific poll conducted by FedUp PAC.  A huge majority of 94% wants the House to “remove Ryan and install a speaker who will fight Obama down the line. The spending bill approved by the House (with the support of a majority of Republicans) provided full funding for... Read More >

Conservatives Want Ryan Removed Following Budget Betrayal

FedUp PAC Staff   Conservatives see the “compromise” spending bill crafted by Speaker Paul Ryan as a surrender to President Obama, according to an unscientific poll conducted by FedUp PAC.  A huge majority of 94% wants the House to “remove Ryan and install a speaker who will fight Obama down the line.   The spending bill approved by the House (with the support of a majority of Republicans) provided full funding... Read More >

GOP establishment in a panic over Trump

FedUp PAC Staff It was only a matter of time.  Republican kingpin Karl Rove has jumped head first into the 2016 presidential campaign.  Rove has not endorsed any candidate – at least not publicly.  But according to a November 28 post on Bloomberg Politics, he is pulling strings behind the scenes to raise money for Dr. Ben Carson, Donald Trump’s closest opponent.  Rove may be late to the game, but he is finally... Read More >

Bernie Sanders on Illegal Immigration

The answer to that question is one American voters should demand of Mrs. Clinton heading into the 2016 election year.  According to public opinion polls, she has at least an even chance of becoming the next President of the United States.  Bernie Sanders does not. But that doesn’t mean a President Clinton won’t come under massive pressure from the open borders lobby and from Hispanic radicals to... Read More >

California Attack-Warning Signs

President Barack Obama could have said a lot of things in the wake of a Muslim terrorist massacre in San Bernadino, California, that left 14 people shot dead and 17 others badly hurt.  But the best he could do to explain the attack was to suggest the killers had “mixed motives.” Maybe that’s what Americans should have expected from a president who can’t bring himself to use the words “radical... Read More >

Presidential Horse Race 2016: Trump and Carson’s war on political correctness pays off

Jeffrey A. Rendall
All the candidates hoped next week’s fourth Republican debate would be different – and it looks like some of them got their wish.Daniel Strauss and Hadas Gold of Politico report, “Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee failed to make the cut for the main stage at next week’s Fox Business Network/Wall Street Journal debate, a particularly harsh blow for the New Jersey governor who has struggled to gain... Read More >

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