I’m Not Interested In Rand Paul — Or Anyone Else — Right Now
I am not “interested” in Rand Paul and whether he is “interested” in running for President. I am not interested in any person who is making the preliminary kabuki-dance-like moves of ‘testing a candidacy’ or ‘exploring the viability’ of a run for the Presidency in 2016. I am not interested in what pundits are saying about anyone’s chances for 2016, nor am I interested in | Read More »
Value Added… The Final Blow.
President Barack Hussein Obama has stopped flirting with the possibility of a value added tax. He has all but announced his intention to pursue the issue. He’s sure to find a firestorm of resistance waiting for him. Obama and Paul Volcker – together they have discussed VAT. Seems like the Congressional Republicans are getting much better at this guerrilla legislation thing. Good thing for them | Read More »
“Those damned tea parties…”
Anyway, how ironic that a grass roots Tea Party, aimed at voicing honest public policy concerns, rather than buying votes, helped end the Kennedy dynasty.
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WE REPUBLICANS – CHANGE OR BE ETERNAL MINORITY PARTY
The headline is not hyperbole. We Republicans have failed to communicate our values and beliefs well enough to be elected to a majority. Without serious change in areas of our image and how we communicate to ALL Americans, we are not going to effect any real change that includes control of the three branches of govenment. In fact, unless we change quickly, our party will | Read More »
Organizing the Grassroots
As of February 24, according to Wikipedia, there are 254 Democrats and 178 Republicans in the House of Representatives, with 3 vacant seats. Not being a prophet, I won’t predict who wins, because for the purposes of this rant, it doesn’t matter. (Actually, I think Republicans will get at least one of the seats. Again, I didn’t come here to talk about these elections.) As | Read More »
Some REAL grassroots steps
When conservatism is on the ballot, conservatism wins. If a same sex marriage ban can pass in California of all places, in a Democratic year, that tells me that when the public sees an unfiltered choice on an issue, conservatives win and liberals lose. That means we need to find a way around the filter of the media. We must begin a grass roots effort | Read More »