Some Fries With Your Stupid, Republicans?

I imagine it was something like that when…

Party tells former RNC chair that he’s no longer a Republican

On the surface, there doesn’t appear to be any reason to question Marc Racicot’s partisanship. The Montanan served as a Republican state attorney general, a popular two-term Republican governor, and a chairman of the Republican National Committee.

But that record does not appear to have impressed the current leadership of the Montana Republican Party. The Helena Independent Record reported:

Former Republican Gov. Marc Racicot said over the weekend that the Montana Republican Party recently informed him of a resolution voted on and approved by party leadership declaring he is no longer considered a Republican. …

Racicot said in an interview over the weekend that he was not warned or informed of the resolution before it was voted on and sent to him.

According to the state party’s resolution, news organizations are discouraged from referring to Racicot as a Republican, despite his affiliation with the party and his professional background.

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12 Responses to Some Fries With Your Stupid, Republicans?

  1. RevZafod says:

    The second half…

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  2. The purges have begun.

    There’s an apocryphal tale about one of the myriad islamic revolutionary terrorist groups in Morocco slowly dwindling down to just the leader (a former chicken farmer) and a few dedicated followers; the group then declared the entire rest of the Moroccan population as apostates and subject to the death penalty.

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  3. Jeffrey Flood says:

    Can the reeducation camps be far off?

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  4. gruaud says:

    I’m getting an ominous Heaven’s Gate vibe from the GOP these days.

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  5. I guess that makes him a damned good republican.

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  6. pagan in repose says:

    Did they publish any of the current reasons he or any republican can be ejected from the gloriously grotesque republican family of the sycophantic few who make the grade?


  7. They’re starting to eat their own.


  8. McDee says:

    Does that mean he’s too crazy for the Republican Party or not crazy enough? I bet it’s the latter.


  9. MDavis says:

    I thought Republican Party affiliation was like alcoholism. It’s self-diagnosed.


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