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RINOs Already Blaming Trump

April 28, 2016
By: FedUp PAC Staff

The first general election vote won’t be counted for another six months, but certain Republicans-in-name-only (RINOs) are already setting up Donald Trump to take the blame in case the November 8 results don’t go their way. In the case of at least one well-known RINO U.S. Senator, though, he might not even make it to November.

“Evolving” New York Values

April 26, 2016
By: FedUp PAC Staff
Donald Trump

It’s safe to say visitors to the FedUp PAC website don’t need to think twice about so-called gender identification. After all, there are only two genders, and you are one or the other. In some places, however, apparently it’s not as simple as that.

Conservatives Say “No” to Puerto Rico Bailout

April 25, 2016
By: FedUp PAC Staff
Capitol Washington DC

Conservatives oppose the Puerto Rico bailout bill that the House Republican leadership has been pushing, according to a poll by FedUp PAC. A nearly unanimous 99% say that Puerto Rico should cut back on its generous welfare state spending rather than be bailed out by taxpayers or refuse to pay its debts.

Indiana: The Establishment Strikes Back

April 25, 2016
By: FedUp PAC Staff
John Kasich Ohio Governor

If there is any state in which the GOP establishment has demonstrated its ability to overrule the wishes of GOP voters, that state is Indiana.

Most observers believe that either Donald Trump or Ted Cruz will win the May 3 primary and that they will split the delegates between them. John Kasich seems unlikely to win even a single congressional district.

Conservatives Win Opening Budget Battle in House

April 20, 2016
By: FedUp PAC Staff
US Flag Waving Conservatives Win Opening Budget Battle in House

Conservatives won the first of many battles over 2017 spending as they blocked passage of a budget resolution that would have exceeded the spending limits of the 2011 budget compromise. Conservatives, especially those belonging to the House Freedom Caucus, objected to the House leadership plan to add $30 billion in spending to what is already a rapidly increasing deficit.

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