But you cannot call yourself an intelligent conservative and cast that most ignorant vote of the primary for Romney. You cannot call yourself a Tea Party conservative and vote for Romney.
The Democrat Party, as represented this morning by Debbie Wasserman Schultz claims that because Republicans support the right of religious institutions to make their own decisions about what their insurance policy would cover; Republicans are denying “access” for American women to birth control…. This commonsense conservative want to know – Are you buying it?
Is Romney what you expect your newly minted conservatives to vote for? When Obama rolls out Romney’s record, can the average Tea Party member be proud or embarassed? Is this really the choice you want to call your own?
With our nation in crisis, we need all hands on deck! And those hands need to pull the together for a conservative! So regardless of what label you carry around in your normal life, this is one time you must lay that aside… Your country needs you!
I would like in this column to lay out the choices in the Republican Primary candidates from a commonsense conservative perspective
Newt’s record of creating a “Republican Revolution” to re-gain control of the House of Representatives after more than 40 years is well known. His success in creating his Contract with America, in balancing the nation’s budgets, and in reforming the nation’s welfare program is still un-matched. But because of his obviously superior intellect and his unwillingness to suffer fools gladly, Newt was a marked man from the start.
Romeny is inevitable all right! He is the inevitable loser in a general election against President Obama!
Are you pissed about the lack of leadership being shown by practically every conservative and Tea Party “leader” we thought we had? Well read on then!
Once again the Republican candidates have met and “discussed” the challenges we face and their ideas on how to meet them…Sorta. The fact is that in this debate as in others, some of the questioners seemed more interested in promoting…
Many conservatives believe that if the media is successful in taking down Mr. Cain, the next front runner in the Republican Primary will face a similar attack built around whatever shreds of “evidence” the media can find. The fact that these accusations, intially publicized contrary to many of the media’s own “ethics” might damage Mr. Cain’s 40 plus year marriage, his business reputation, his standing with his family, is largely irrelevent to the press on a mission.