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Corsi is right.. to get organized.. not as much for President but mainly for the House and Senate races..
“Somebody” MUST keep Myth on a leash..
He could easily go into some smoky back rooms and eat his own poop.. or somebody elses..
He has very bad breath from his time in Massachusetts..
Yes, we have to evict the O from office, and then we have to remain vigilant and organized to keep Romney from giving away the store. Its going to be a long 4 years. Or 8, whatever.
Getting O out of office is job one from now til November. Frightening the Repub moderates is job one starting inauguration day.
I don’t suppose seeing O in handcuffs is very likely but I’d settle for some of his handlers behind bars. Seeing Holder do time would be nice.
I don’t think “mobilize” is the best choice of words.
To explain, third parties almost always fail because they start by putting all their effort into getting a president elected. A tremendous waste of resources that never works.
However, I have been truly impressed by the slow, methodical, and effective actions the “decentralized” Tea Party has done across the country in the primaries.
They are doing things the right way, so win or lose in “the big race”, conservative power is strongly increased where it really matters: in the halls of congress, the state legislatures and other state offices.
In truth, probably the best thing an eventual Tea Party president could do would be to work with a conservative congress to *reduce* the power of the presidency.
To put an end to much of the “Imperial presidency”. A very hard thing for someone with a big enough ego to be elected president to do, but something essential to the future of our country.
The next more important thing to do would be to take over the senate and house judiciary committees, and reform the heck out of the federal bench, in both criminal and civil law. This is a constitutional congressional authority.
Importantly, presidents come and presidents go, so the real power is in reforming the system to make it more conservative, and to defeat efforts to enlarge and magnify it.
Truthfully, it is a continual, down in the trenches effort with little glory or excitement, save for those few moments when a RINO is retired, and a Tea Party conservative takes their place.
Mobilization is for election day. The hard part is for the rest of the year.