We conservatives are constantly being told by the mainstream media that "Republicans will suffer in the upcoming elections because they are not inclusive enough." That we do not want to include the "more moderate Republican." I say to those pundits, who always seem to show such concern for Republican welfare — You're dead wrong.
During his acceptance speech in 1984, President Reagan said, "Four years ago we raised a banner of bold colors—no pale pastels. We proclaimed a dream of an America that would be "a shining city on a hill."
We need to continue to show the bold differences that produced victories in Virginia and New Jersey, but we need to do this by welcoming Independents and Reagan Democrats to our point-of-view. We need to convince them that smaller government, lower taxes and personal responsibly leads to a strong nation and a heathy economy.
The race in New York - 23, shows that we have put the GOP on notice. Conservatives are strong, vocal and active and we will no longer accept a RINO to represent our values.
The country is standing on the edge of cliff, looking down. We, as a nation, are wondering wether to jump into the socialist abyss or to back-up and regain our footing. It is no secret that I hope we take a step back, take a deep breath and regain our footing.
The United States of America has a lot of life left, and freedom-loving peoples everywhere are hoping we get it right. We will if we raise a banner of bold colors.