My, how time flies when you’re having fun. Ever since the steam-rolling of the health care bill by the Congressional DeMarxists, the rapid growth of the American Conservative movement caught everyone, but especially the DeMarxists, by surprise…to those critics who sagely counseled that the Tea Party phenomenon was but a momentary glitch on the political landscape. They have been proven wrong by several orders of magnitude. The debris of Conservative Republican victories across the DeMarxist landscape is a not so mute testimony to the growing strength and influence of the burgeoning Conservative movement.
The California primary is on June 8. California, to put it succinctly, is a complete disaster. Arnold and that bunch of clueless commies in Sacramento have destroyed the economy of the State. I don’t see how we can avoid bankruptcy. This is such a left-leaning state, at least in the urban centers of Los Angeles and that greatest of all outdoor lunatic asylums, the San Francisco Bay Area.
Let’s face it, it’s going to be difficult for Conservatives to have a huge impact in California, though there are some Conservatives running across the state with surprising strength. The race for the Republican primary shapes up to look like a mud wrestling contest. I’ll state up front I’m not a fan of Meg Whitman, I think we’d be buying a major RINO with her. She has been spending an astonishing $500,000 a day of her own money. Looks like Meg is going to beat Steve Poizner handily. Just remember, she is no conservative!
It’s too bad that the only candidate that has the best chance against Babes Boxer for her US Senate seat is Tom Campbell, who probably won’t win against Carly Fiorina… another mega-rich dilettante who Babes would much rather face than Campbell or Chuck DeVore, who has been running a distant third in the race.
Not the greatest lineup we’ve ever put out there, but it’s still a call to action.
Start calling all your friends and fellow patriots, to remind them that their vote is the voice of freedom.
Semper Vigilans, Semper Fidelis
© Skip MacLure 2010