Where is the Minnesota GOP in the race for 2008

I’d heard that Newt Gingrich did well at last week’s Minnesota GOP convention. Apparently there were only 540 delegates who cast votes. His candidacy was promoted by millionaire and failed a2002 Gubenatorial nominee Brian Sullivan and David Strom, President of the Taxpayer’s League of Minnesota.

Their pitch, which was apparently effective, was that this was the way to stop the bad Republicans Rudy Guilianni and John McCain from winning the GOP nomination. That means that the Minnesota GOP is still firmly under the thumb of ultra conservatives.

It also reinforces my impression of David Strom as being Brian Sullivan’s lackey. I think Sullivan was a major investor in creating the Taxpayer’s League to be a Republican mouthpiece.

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