Yes, Boehner is that stupid.
I didn’t know losing an election automatically means we’re on the wrong side.
- Raise taxes on anyone qualifying as a millionaire or billionaire
- Legalize marijuana and other illicit drugs at the federal level, and force it on the states
- Legalize homosexual marriage at the federal level, and force it on the states
- Give ongoing amnesty to all non-citizens living and working in the United States
- Accept climate change as real, man made, and catastrophic, and allow either Congress or the EPA to enact regulations to limit emissions on both manufacturers and consumers in all aspects of our lives
- Allow Congress or any government agency to further regulate financial institutions and individuals working in the financial industry
- Promote forced union membership both in the public sector and private enterprise
- Repeal the 2nd Amendment
- Migrate private health care to a government-run, single payer system
- Promote the use of any language within our schools as well as local, state, and federal government agencies
It doesn’t work, does it. I for one can’t get past number one. But to hear those on our side, waving the white flag, you’d think our platform is the problem. It’s not.
We can change our tactics but we can no more go against our core principles than we could reject our own religion.
So, establishment Republicans and spineless elected leaders, why would we pick just one or a few of the above as acceptable — in other words, compromise ourselves to a group of Leftists who are never satisfied — when any one of them destroys the fabric of liberty that has brought America this far?
These ten points run counter to our values and beliefs so we will hold true to conservative principles which is to say American principles, and make one big change: We take over the narrative. Every American from young to old will not just hear but understand and be able to properly communicate our message.
The message stays. More people need to hear and believe it. And they will.
“Both businessmen supported Mr. Flake’s opponent in the Republican primary (Mr. Flake won by 40 points), and both are pushing for federal financing of a road project that would stretch from Phoenix to Las Vegas. In the western part of the state, the 300-mile highway would bisect their 34,000-acre Douglas Ranch, where they have plans to develop a luxury hotel and upscale homes. A person who attended the meeting recalls that the two asked Mr. Flake: ‘We need to know. Are you going to be an Arizona senator or a U.S. senator?’
“I’m told that Mr. Flake responded by saying that with the country facing a $16 trillion debt, dealing with that problem was his priority.”