Turn the carriers into the wind...launch all planes for the 2nd Conservative Revolution in 2012
I agree, but it will not be easy. This country hasn't seen true conservative leadership for a long time, at least since Newt. Who can lead the GOP back to conservative principles? There are people out there that can do it, such as Gov. Palin, Rep. Mike Pence. We need someone who can communicate the conservative message and educate the American people about what we believe. I know it sounds like a cliche, but this is not a battle about the White House or congressional seats, this is a battle for the heart and soul of our country. We will not win by getting in peoples faces, but by presenting a positive vision for the future of America. This election is not a vote against conservatism, it is a vote against the status quo. America needs to know that conservatism represents change too. Change to a government that stays out of you way and allows you succeed on your own terms, a government that doesn't punish hard work, but rewards it and let's you keep the fruits of your labor. Right now, the old school leadership of the Republican Party is totally ineffective. It needs to be replaced with new leadeship that doesn't spout conservative principles every four years, but has them as their guiding principles. I apologize for the long winded post, but it sure made me feel better.
posted on 11/04/2008 6:51:38 PM PST
(Madonna hates Sarah Palin because Sarah draws bigger crowds.)
“at least since Newt”
and while Newt is a talented politician, in his personal life he is a big weenie.
And turns off women with his treatment of his wives.
We need a good conservative who isn’t a cheater and who doesn’t announce a divorce to a cancer-stricken wife.
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