What most people fail to realize is that the republican party is doing it’s job... it’s job is the promotion and implementation of socialism, slowly and methodically. They are doing a good job at this.
The dems job is to fast track the implementation of socialism.
Once you understand and accept this premise, then everything becomes clear.
Just say no.
Don’t be arrogant. The tea party movement exists because people realize that both parties have contributed to the mess we’re in, however unequally.
It would be very poor tactics to concede both major parties to collectivism and corruption, and then to try to build from scratch a third party based on free enterprise to defeat them both.
Especially since the GOP claims to be the party of our conservative values and has numerous young up-and-coming conservatives within its ranks.
It makes much more sense to continue the tea party movement of nominating fiscally conservative reformers in GOP primaries and getting GOP nominees elected in November.
Despair and defeatism won’t work and are un-American.
Fighting for what’s right is the American way.
Still, given Pauls constitutional views and his strong conservatism on issues of debt and deficit, its unclear just how much establishment support he could garner if he runs for president in the future. And while his relationship with McConnell is good, he has yet to patch things up with the rest of the Kentucky GOP establishment.
Longtime Kentucky Democratic consultant Jim Cauley wondered how Paul might ingratiate himself with the national GOP establishment enough to win the nomination.
He still bitch-slaps the Republican establishment here in Kentucky all the time! he said. And Im like, if you dont know how to do it here, how are you going to learn to do it on a national scale?
A few here are beginning to catch on, but not nearly enough.
I notice that abortion approval is at an all time low, I guess all those preppies now realize that abortion is also for the older among us and they are beginning to get there.
We act like Obama has been successful in covering up his origin and past, as if all the resources of our government and our enemies can not find any trace of this man. You would have to believe that all those alphabet agencies are complete idiots with no useful resources, or they know exactly who he is, and are hiding it from us, for reasons that only they know
Boehner blocked Bachmann's attempt to defund Ocare and there has been hundred of billions spent to institute that nightmare, why?
A few here believe that the Supreme Court will overturn this travesty, but I really doubt that. They surely have made their decision long ago and yet they have let this administration run amok spending and regulating us into a gordian knot from which we can not extricate ourselves. How could the Court explain their complete disdain for the taxpayer that has stood by helplessly as money was flushed that they can never recover?