RNC Memo Warns GOPers Not To Distance Themselves From Bush

Republican pollster Jan van Lohuizen, in a memo written for RNC chairman Ken Mehlman, warns that if members of Congress try to drive a wedge between themselves and Pres. Bush, it'd be akin to adding weight to an anchor. GOPers are "W Brand Republicans" whether they like it or not.
Whether they like it or not?! You’ve got to be kidding me. They’ve gleefully hitched themselves to his bandwagon for the past five bloody years! It’s not as though they’ve been futilely resisting his utter decimation of traditional conservative principles—they are the majority party who has been aiding and abetting his criminal enterprise every step of the way. And now that whatever stupor enthralled American voters, and made voting for Captain Incompetence seem like a good idea, is wearing off, the MeToos want to moan about how they don’t want to be “W Brand Republicans” anymore? Tough titties!

The President is seen universally as the face of the Republican Party… President Bush drives our image and will do so until we have real national front-runners for the '08 nomination. Attacking the President is counter productive for all Republicans, not just the candidates launching the attacks. If he drops, we all drop.
In other words, you’re stuck with him. As well you should be.

Wrap your arms around your deadweight of a party anchor and sink into the muck with him, you pricks. Glug, glug, glug…

Via Memeorandum.

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