Message is clear.
We still need a plan.
> We still need a plan.
1 - Continue to support Newt in the primaries, or Santorum if he is still on the ballot, or even Paul if it comes to that.
2 - Support conservatives down-ticket.
3 - Support a conservative third party / write-in candidate for president in the general election.
4 - After the fall election, start pressuring various conservative movements, third-parties, organizations to coalesce into a new conservative party.
5 - Research and make contact with conservative political parties that have become successful in other English-speaking countries after breaking off from establishment CINO parties. Some examples include: UKIP in the U.K., the Reform Party/ Canadian Alliance in Canada, and the Wild Rose Party in Alberta.
6 - Set up a political organization to help fund/run campaigns for conservatives at the municipal/county level.
Yep. That's what's lacking, IMHO.
I think the plan should include fighting for Newt as long and as hard as we can. If he wins, we have a candidate. In either case, I think the plan should include:
Fighting at the convention for conservatism in positions of leadership and platform (though the latter has lost much of its force.)
The plan should include electing conservatives in all races, local, state, congress, senate. And, most importantly, making sure these candidates pledge to support tea party issues with legislation when elected.
The plan should result in conservative strength and pressure on whoever is president to sign this legislation - or face dire consequences for their political future.
And the plan should include defeating the current president, his regime and fellow socialists across the board.
That's my ideas for a plan. If anyone has other or better plans...