House Republicans Might Profit By The Example Of Lamar Alexander, Under Fire For His Gang Of Eight Vote
July 26, 2013, 04:33 PM
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House Republicans thinking of voting for amnesty might want to look at what's happening to Lamar Alexander:


Lamar Alexander under fire on immigration

Activists protested the senator's vote with signs reading 'You betrayed us.' | AP Photo

When Lamar Alexander joined 13 other Senate Republicans to vote for the Gang of Eight’s immigration bill last month, he was waving a red flag in front of the tea party.

Attending a rally in Smyrna, Tenn., last weekend, Alexander was greeted by a crowd of about 300 conservative activists — organizers said — wearing bright red T-shirts that read “Beat Lamar” in big bold letters. They held signs that blared: “You betrayed us” and “No more RINOs. Conservatives only.”

And to drive their point home, the activists lugged around a rhino mascot dubbed “Lamar.”

“I didn’t hear anything they said; they were a mile away,” Alexander told POLITICO. “They were enjoying their First Amendment rights, and I was enjoying playing ‘Johnny B. Goode’ with Mike Huckabee.” [More]

Maybe he doesn't realize they have the vote? Here's a picture of some of the protesters from a local paper:

It's Time, Lamar: Retire!

And here's a video, produced by the protesters:

You'll see a lot more protesters than the MSM reporter managed to fit into the photograph.

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