Crawdaddy politely asks GOP to butt out of primaries

Chris McDaniel has found yet another way to put the touch on, oops, I mean connect with his flock.

At, you can send a letter to those pesky out-of-state officials who keep interfering in Mississippi Republican politics. You know, like Club for Growth, the Senate Conservatives Fund and so on. Just kidding. They mean the Republican Party. How dare they.

I'm guessing it's part of the campaign's shrink-the-electorate strategy. Kick out the "Democrats." Kick out the "Republicans." Vote for yourself. Break out the champagne.

Really. Here it is in the letter they'd like you to send to D.C.

"The Proper roles of the Republican National Committee (RNC), the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), and the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) must be completely rethought and repositioned. None of them should be permitted to intervene in primaries."

At least there's isn't a tin cup attached to the site, although its parent, Let Freedom Ring has a fairly prominent donate button.

Freedom claims to be a nonpartisan public policy membership organization. Here's one of its nonpartisan projects:

Why Mr. President, Why? is a project of Let Freedom Ring that seeks to ask important questions about President Obama’s policies.

I've had it. I'm starting me one of them think tanks