After each election cycle, conservatives lick their wounds, huddle together and try to figure out where they should go from here. There are the conversations about starting a 3rd party, but memories of the Ross Perot, Citizens United campaign of 1992 remind them not to go there. We are inevitably left with getting ready to hold our nose and elect some more RINOs.
This time we have even more recovering Democrats running on the Republican ticket. These folks are not like Ronald Reagan, who was knocked off his horse by Barry Goldwater in 1964. They joined the Republican Party for more tactical reasons, like to get elected and give a whole new meaning to fecklessness.
Our current day prophet for conservatism has been Ron Paul. He was immediately embraced ty the Tea Party and conservatives have coalesced around his novel notion the U.S. Constitution and 10th Amendment should be followed as written. This makes way too much sense for the media to embrace.
Has we followed the Constitution we would not have a bankrupt federal government. We would not have a $17 trillion National Debt, or $200 trillion in unfunded liabilities, or 100% inflation every 100 years. We would have elected crooks and saboteurs, but they couldn’t have done this much damage.
The new conservatives agree that attacking fiscal issues is the way to turn around our economically imploding Republic. It is hoped that most Americans will answer “No” to the question: “Are you better off today than you were 4 years ago ?” The bigger problem is our fiscal future and voter apathy. Apathetic citizens don’t vote. They think it’s over and nothing can be done to save us. This voter apathy turns into citizen atrophy, so these folks might as well line up for a ride to the gulag.
So we allowed a Muslim, Marxist, illegal alien to be elected as President of the United States, so where do we go from here ? We fire him as soon as possible. Hopefully, shortly after the Republicans take over the Senate. Granted this will require 60 Senators to vote for impeachment, but that is not an impossible feat. Some Democrats will see which way the wind is blowing and join in.
So if the Democrats are “toast”, how will the sitting Republicans ever escape the image of being “feckless”. Nobody really believes that we can reverse our entrenchment in Facism by “working across the aisle”. That’s what got us into this mess. Both parties will need a total overhaul to survive.
All we conservatives can do is to hammer away at the actions our legislatures need to take to dismantle this criminal enterprise we call government and its puppet-masters. Our goals are populist-based and should appeal to all voters who want a better economy. It’s based on removing impediments to the free market and disenfranchising destructive special interests. We want to end the trickle-up redistribution of wealth we have been experiencing.
We support a plan that is based on stopping damaging EPA water and air regulations, keeping our inexpensive hydro and coal-fired electrical power generating systems and abandon UN Agenda 21 implementation. We need to stop or reduce immigration to get our unemployment under control. We want to close the worst unconstitutional federal departments and give these functions to the States and the People. We want to get out of destructive trade agreements and treaties. We want to drill all the oil and natural gas we can. We want to be able to harvest trees and reopen our fishing rights and mine our own minerals. We want to end our Fascist Crony Capitalism and replace it with real Free Enterprise. We certainly don’t want to lose our sovereignty and our Constitution and become part of a Communist Global Government under the UN or any other global oligarchy. So, where are our voters ?
“Big Money”, including the wealthy Marxists, global corporations, “Banksters”, international criminals, liberals, unions and the Chamber of Communists make all the big contributions to both parties aimed at advancing our march to communism. Turning the tide to avoid sovereign suicide is much more difficult than it should be. Business interests should know that they are allowing U.S. citizens, their largest customer base to be decimated. This is not a good long-term strategy. Remember, this is our Bolshevik moment.
Norb Leahy, Dunwoody GA Tea Party Leader