I wrote this book a while back as a "next step" document for the Tea Party movement. It hasn't gotten much attention, but I believe the approach is even more valid today than it was then. It is though, really out-of-the-box (probably why it hasn't gotten too much attention, as it is too different an approach for many).
If you're frustrated with the recent election and thinking it may be time to blow everything up and either create a third party or just give up, I urge you to read this. If nothing else it may give you some new ideas.
The entire book is online at the website.
So does this book have anything about American jobs in it?
THAT is the critical point all our philosophy has lost sight of.
Jobs. Jobs. Jobs.
Problem is I think demographics have outshifted us. True Conservatism has none of the young vote, and more and more of the older vote is shifting away from our message as well. Maybe we need to abandon any thoughts of social conservatism, as this is a very polarizing issue, and stick to our guns with fiscal conservatism which more people seem able to bend on.
posted on 11/08/2012 7:46:39 AM PST
by Mr. Silverback
(Reagan @ only 39/Mondale +5/Dukakis +17/McCain +3...panic is unwarranted. So is complacency.)
thank you, for your kindness.
we need a road map.. plan.
:( like 50+ years ago; it's too late?)
posted on 11/08/2012 7:58:17 AM PST
(Anger a Conservative by telling a lie; Anger a Liberal by telling the truth. - RWR 8-)
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