Skip to comments.Jim Rob Is Right - But Conservatives HERE Have TWO Jobs To Do!
Posted on 04/10/2012 5:52:15 PM PDT by Ron C.Edited on 04/10/2012 6:11:00 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
First - blow off that feeling that we're going to lose, or already have lost! No, we're going to WIN.
First item of business, get invovlved in the Tea Party movement, and give D.C. a whole new influx of conservatives in Congress similar in size and importance to that of the last election - thereby blocking any of Obamas chances of having Congressional support for his machinations. Note too, the Tea Party used the GOP vehicle, not a third party. Reason, third parties are losers, because they don't have the national organization and presence large enough to compete.
FReepers need to get involved locally. There are tens of thousands of empty seats in local district Committees of the GOP across this nation - caused mostly by conservative appathy! Just by showing up regularly, you can be assured of gaining a seat from which you can VOTE - go to your county committees and vote there - and go to your state party conventions and vote there! (I personally helped see the ouster of liberal GOP control of the California GOP. Yes it was hard work, but we won - and that win has been, and can be duplicated in these perilous times through the 'hard work' of just SHOWING UP!)
Conservatives have a chance to block Obama, if not replace him. We CAN do that, but conservatives can not win by voting third-party - it's a throw-away vote that nets nothing.
The current GOP-E is NOT the friend of FREEDOM - but they are a very tiny group of RINO's that we can beat the snot out of - simply by doing what we can at the local district and state level. We - FReepers, and other dedicated conservatives - can and have ultimately fielded who becomes part of the GOP establishment. We need to OWN it like we did in the Reagan era, not destroy it through lack of attention to our God given orders to be 'watchmen on the wall' of who become our leaders.
No - it's not too late to shoulder your own responsibility - and earn your own right to say, 'I have fought the good fight, and WE WON.' There will be many opportunities in coming days to 'get involved' - don't let them slip by. Take advantage of the huge opportunities - you can, and will make a difference! It is quite fulfilling to debate hated RINO's FACE TO FACE - WIN when the vote is tallied - and see them denied a seat in party or public office!
Last but not least - we ALL need to get behind our Freepathon. Isn't it worth at least a dollar per day to you to come here, read, post, laugh and debate? Yes, I know, times are rough, and the 'cost of living' has gone way up. But, I'll bet you blow a lot on chocolate cake and ice cream or (insert your favorite deserts) - I, unfortunately, do! So let's all try to push this FReepathon toward an early completion - it might help save your waistline! LOL
LOL - I want one!
I have no problem with promoting down-ticket conservatives in the republican party, but I’ll not vote for Romney if he’s the repub nominee.
In that case, my vote will likely go to the Constitution Party or whatever independent conservative is on the ballot here in Ohio.
He's a nutcase alright, and that fact could become all too painfully true - when it's too late.
And the choices ROYALLY suck. But people either deal with it or take 4 more years of Obama and then there will be NOTHING left to save IF there are elections in 2016.
Personally, I'm absolved of staining my soul because I'm in the Bluest of Blue states and my vote, IF I were to vote for Mittens, would be wiped out by 3-4 Obama votes.
Like one of my old timer friends told me: I'd vote for a f**kin dead housefly than Obama.
Hillary already said she's out as Sec of State second term. With nothing to lose Obama will use a recess appointment to appoint the head of CAIR in her place, or other such bullish**.
Here is a source:
Romney announces advisory team of 63 lawyers, co-chaired by Bork
By Philip Rucker, Published: August 2, 2011
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Tuesday announced a team of 63 lawyers, co-chaired by conservative legal scholar Robert Bork, that will advise his campaign on constitutional and judicial matters, law enforcement and homeland security, and regulatory issues.
muif, I haven’t noticed much of a difference since the last election. obamacare was supposed to have been defunded. What happened?
Arder, I voted for mccain and feel like I definitely wasted my vote. Didn’t even make a statement. I won’t do that again.
DC and the WASHINGTONIANS are the enemy, and they will not be defeated electorally.
The Ragheads have already figured out that the worst thing they could do for their cause, and the best thing for our Republic would be to nuke DC.
The tea party movement is an effort to get the GOP to be a small-government, conservative party.
I think that effort should be continued rather than abandoned.
We have some good new people in Congress and some up-and-coming future conservative leaders.
Compared to where we were after the 2006 and 2008 elections we are doing ok.
I do not think it is wise to give up on the GOP.
Agree. We need to have another result like 2010 in Congress, or maybe even better.
He ain't my captain and kickin his @$$ off the ship would do nothing but cause me to pop a bottle of rum and celebrate.
Figure out what to do when I wake up in the morning.
Some people keep saying this but the exit polls from the primaries just don't bear it out.
Plenty of evangelical Christians are voting for Romney. That is why he keeps winning.
Theory is nice but evidence is always more important.
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