Video: CA GOP Convention: Jim Brulte speaks to GROW Elect

Video: CA GOP Convention: Jim Brulte speaks to GROW Elect

March 2, 2013

By John Hrabe

In this YouTube, incoming California Republican Chairman Jim Brulte speaks to GROW Elect, “a 527 political action committee that recruits, endorses, trains, and funds Latino Republican candidates for public office.”

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  1. The Modified Ted Steele Methodologies (tm)
    The Modified Ted Steele Methodologies (tm) 2 March, 2013, 18:14

    You want to grow the Repub party and maybe win an election?

    Dump the hate filled tea bag fiasco. Bring back Nixon’s GOP.

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  2. sh
    sh 3 March, 2013, 08:46

    Bring back TR. He fought crony capitalism and respected the environment. Speak softly but carry a big stick. Had the GOP not fractured like today, he would have beat Wilson.

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  3. BobV
    BobV 3 March, 2013, 10:00

    About a third of the people in the United States on one type of public dole or another are in California, which mathematically works out to be over forty percent of the California population. Unnecessary to say that is not in these folks best interest to see a self-responsibility ideologue elected. And, a substantial portion of the remainder are genetically spliced to the Democratic Party for a myriad of other reasons (unionism, etc.).

    The only way that we will see a significant decrease in Democratic support in this state is to rid ourselves of the enormous preponderance of voters economically dependent on the Democratic Party largess, which of course includes government union members.

    Good luck with that.

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  4. Douglas
    Douglas 3 March, 2013, 19:46

    “About a third of the people…………”

    False statement.

    Garbage in, garbage out.

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  5. The Modified Ted Steele Methodologies (tm)
    The Modified Ted Steele Methodologies (tm) 3 March, 2013, 21:32

    Well said Douglas—

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