Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Let Us Dine On RINO Flesh

This GOP Mega-Donor didn't just email members of Congress; he sent his missive to the private and undisclosed email accounts of GOP legislators. His message? "Now let us dine on RINO flesh."

(National Review) At 7:21 p.m. on the last night of the government shutdown, as the House was set to pass a Senate-struck deal to open the government and raise the debt ceiling, dozens of members of Congress received a threatening e-mail from someone whose name they did not know.

Accompanied with a link to a list of filing deadlines for candidates launching primary challenges against incumbent Republicans, the e-mail read: “Now let us dine on RINO flesh” — RINO being an acronym for Republican In Name Only.

Rumors flew on the House floor as lawmakers wondered who had penetrated their inboxes with such a colorful metaphor. Many members of Congress keep their e-mail addresses secret from all but a few trusted aides and colleagues. One person who received the e-mail said he had never previously received an unsolicited e-mail at his address, which he had used for years.

Who was the sender, Steven Baer?

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1 comment:

  1. Their Prime Directive is to protect the United States. Fail!

    Now they are upset getting a taste of their own medicine.

    Poor babies!


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