Skip to comments.A Vision to Unite America
Posted on 02/14/2014 10:03:13 AM PST by gooblah
Most of the political worlds attention this week was focused on Speaker John Boehners decision to let President Obama continue borrowing without limit until next March. Speaker Boehners decision to break with his conference and break with his own dollar-for-dollar rule in raising the debt limit shows that the House GOP conference is without leadership today. While this should strike fear in all who hope to see a conservative governing majority by 2017, Heritage Actions Conservative Policy Summit showed that there is a path out of the wilderness, if only Washingtons political class can find the courage to walk on it.
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Well written article.
By the time this is all said and done and over ... Forty Years In The Wilderness will possibly be considered a short period of History for Those That Were Forced to do That Forty Years Wandering.
It wouldn't even unite the Republican Party much less America.
You're never going to inspire anyone into action, by talking about privatizing Freddie and Fannie, or student loan reform. Who cares? There are much, much bigger fish to fry. We The People need to motivate our state governments to unite with other legislatures, and not ask Congress to return to the Constitution, but force them to. Same goes with the presidency and the courts. Levin is right...we (the states) created them (the national government), and we damn sure need to reestablish our control over them, much as you would control an unruly dog.
Political parties aren't the answer...We The People are. But we have to get motivated to get off our a**es first.
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
It is flat out silly to think future voting alone can reverse what voting in the past has not.
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