Cooch Compares GOP Rules Committee to North Korea, Gets Absolutely RIPPED On...

Cooch Compares GOP Rules Committee to North Korea, Gets Absolutely RIPPED On His Own Facebook Page

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Ken Cuccinelli compares the GOP rules committee to North Korea political convention, gets absolutely ripped to shreds on his own Facebook page (see top-rated comment highlights below). Note that normally, the comments on Cooch’s Facebook page are along the lines of “atta boy!”, “ditto!” and “I agree with you 1,000,000%!!!!”  Not this time; has “the Cooch” lost his touch? LOL

“Time for you to remove yourself from the process, Cuccinelli. Comparing it to N Korea because the delegates are bound to follow the votes of the state they represent?? That is as it should be!! I’m glad you, Lee, and Cruz failed. If Trump loses in November, it will be because of some of the planks in the platform that are not backed by the majority of the voters who are or lean Republican.”

“Um…. No, this is nothing like North Korea. 13,000,000 people vote for a candidate and you want 28 people to throw out all their votes? THAT is like North Korea. That IS North Korea. I am DONE being a supporter of Senate Conservatives Fund. I love what you guys do and stand for, but you have ruined it for me completely.”

“I was Cruz supporter, I was disappointed to see him lose, but he did. You’re trying to destroy the Republican Party’s only chance at winning at this point. To think that someone who calls himself a conservative, who has the track record that you have would so blatantly disrupt the process at this point is mind-boggling. You should be at this point getting behind the nominee. If you can’t abide by the rules set forth in the Republican Party that you agreed to when you become a delegate, I believe that speaks volumes. Are you a man of your word? Or not?…”

“This guy is so self absorbed it is ridiculous. Claiming to be a Republucan yet lobbying to ensure a Republican loss because “stands on principle”. Grow up idiot. Our Country faced lethal devastation and you carry on like a 3rd grader.”

Etc, etc, etc.

 

  • http://www.bluevirginia.us/ lowkell

    Cooch attempts to defend himself…lots more arguing ensues with pro- and anti-Trump right wingers. Here are Cooch’s responses:

    “There is other confusion in the comments, specifically re “Unity.” Unity cannot be demanded, it has to be achieved through effort. While I heard a lot from the Trump/RNC partnership about how important unity was to them, the way they have conducted the rules process (so far) goes in the other direction. Unlike 2012, they were voting against things they (supposedly) believe in, just because grassroots conservatives were proposing them. For example, Trump railed against how rigged the system is during the nomination… and one of our proposed amendments would have gotten rid of the worst example: state parties that pick the delegates behind closed doors, with Zero voter input. Do you remember the Trump folks’ protesting this in Florida, Tennessee and Indiana? We were trying to get rid of those rigged systems – and the Trump machine locked arms with the RNC and killed that amendment! Can someone explain that to me???”

    “There is some confusion in the comments… For the record, some people here seem to lump all of us doing anything related to rules into the bind/unbind debate; however, the effort I have been working on with delegates does not address that subject. We’re trying to shift the influence and control in the GOP from centralized RNC to the grassroots; remove lobbyists from the RNC; get rid of the selection committees that pick delegates with no voter input (rigged system?!); and encourage Republican voters to pick the GOP nominee.”

    “Please re-read my post. My complaint has NOTHING to do with binding/unbinding. The amendments the coalition I was working with proposed were to reduce the power of the RNC Chairman, to get rid of lobbyists on the RNC, … are you with me so far? We did not bring any binding/unbinding amendments.”