Open Letter to Prince Reibus


April 12, 2016

RNC Chairman Reince Preibus

Dear Mr. Reibus:

I will not be voting in the presidential election this year.

The electoral college “process” has been so completely corrupted that the electors (citizens) are no longer involved.  You have stated in public media that the candidate for president will be “chosen” in a contested convention.  One of your primary handlers has stated that that candidate will be a “fresh face.”  Why do you insult me by asking me to vote for a candidate that will be replaced by a selection from the establishment elitists without input from the electors?

It is unfortunate that I and many others, as we did in 2012, will not be voting this year.  There are probably other local and state-level candidates who deserve a chance at political office and perhaps could turn out to be Constitutional conservatives. But then again, it may be time for the periodic reset involving the Tree of Liberty that the Founders advocated.

And also, Mr. Reibus, I would like to know where you and Debbie and the rest of the Republicrat Party came up with 7200+ delegates, most of whom are not actually representing the electors?  The Constitution only allows: ” . . . a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress: . . .”.  My math is not good, but last I checked that number was 535!

And lastly, the Constitution is pretty clear on who isn’t to be appointed a presidential elector, and that would be your handlers and other elitists in that club: ” . . but no Senator or Representative, or person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector.”  It would include your friend Harry Reid and most of the “super delegates.”  How do you allow that?

So, Mr. Ream-us, here’s the conundrum:  the SCOTUS has determined that crimes against the Constitution are deemed to be treason.  Have you not committed treason for being the Prince of the charade that you will direct in Cleveland?  Do you think that the decedents of those pilgrims who fled tyranny in the eighteenth century will sit still for more tyranny?  Do you think that Americans will allow a once-thriving country to continue its spiral into the third world, or will they advocate for America to be great again?

You and the rest of the GOPers have lost your way and are headed for the dustbin of history, but you can still save the country from a potential disaster by preventing a contested convention.

Zeb Blanchard
“If ye love wealth greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude greater than the animating contest for freedom, go home from us in peace. We seek not your counsel, nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you; May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.”  –  Samuel Adams

5 Responses to "Open Letter to Prince Reibus"

  1. Sharon Rondeau   Thursday, August 18, 2016 at 5:27 PM

    I believe the writer’s misspelling of his name was intentional to produce the label “Prince” as an illustration.

  2. Joel   Thursday, August 18, 2016 at 4:59 PM

    You probably should have Googled the guys name before writing this. His name isn’t Prince Reibus, it’s Reince Priebus (although I wish it were Prince Reibus)

  3. J Rogers   Friday, August 12, 2016 at 5:43 PM

    Mr Prebus
    Let me say that I am not a fan of Trump, but I will vote for him. I thought you might have united the GOP but right now it is a shambles and a repeat of 2008 Presidential campaign. If the GOP loses badly in this election, you and the GOP in the Senate and Congress will be to blame. You guys have just ignored what was determined to be the combined errors made in 2008. You totally ignored the suggestion of limiting the contestants for president. If you allowed Trump to run, at least you in the Party should have got behind him regardless.

    I cannot understand why the GOP leadership has totally ignored how important this election will be for the survival of the GOP. If we lose Capitol Hill we lose the Supreme Courts and a lot more. I do hope you know that this election will determine if this country will become socialist. But I do still have the right to leave the USA.
    Respectfully submitted J Rogers

  4. Josh   Saturday, July 16, 2016 at 9:43 PM

    Oh, they prevented a Contested Convention all right: that, and anything else remotely republican in any real sense henceforward. They are a committee of open oligarchs, telling their subjects which of their own puppets to vote for to keep themselves on the Committee. Whether the puppets of the Committee achieve office over their opposites is of secondary importance.

    The late great elephant lies dead upon the stones. Long lives the king Leviathan.

  5. Rick Kelly   Friday, July 8, 2016 at 11:04 AM

    Good letter. I am appalled that Republicans could allow convention delegates to vote without regard to the majority vote from citizens. Those delegates should be removed from the party and replaced.

    Also annoyed with rhetoric coming from Paul Ryan, Romney, and Bush.

    The people want Trump, and the establishment who does not needs to get out of the way or out period.

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