In a year where people keep identifying themselves by the percentage they are in, it is time we the 75% make ourselves known.
Who are the 75%?
We are the Republican conservative majority. We are the ones who do not want a liberal Republican nominee. We are the majority who want a conservative majority. We are the ones who do not want Mitt Romney to be the nominee.
The Republican establishment needs to start listening to us for a change.
They did not listen to us in the 2000’s and by 2006 and 2008, the Republican party was pretty much destroyed.
The establishment has trotted out Romney’s endorsers, namely George H.W Bush and Bob Dole.
No one cares who those retreads thinks. George “read my lips, raising taxes” Bush and Bob Dole, the official tax collector for the welfare state, are not people anyone should be listening to.
We who are the 75% do not want a liberal.
Why should the Republican establishment be listening to us?
It is simple, we the 75% are the ones who do the heavy lifting. We stayed home in 2008. A lot of us went out and voted for McCain in 2008, but the only reason McCain got half the votes he did was Sarah Palin.
If McCain had done what he wanted to do, add Joe Liebermann as his Vice Presidential nominee, Obama would have had a 45 state landslide.
While some of us went out and voted for McCain because he had added Palin to the ticket, we did not do the heavy lifting. We did not put out the yard signs. We did not man the phone banks. We did not do the door to door and we did not give our money to McCain.
We all know what happened to John McCain. We also know what happened to George H.W. Bush and Bob Dole.
We are the 75% and the Republican Party is thinking about ignoring us again.
Ignore us at your peril.
I just pray that the nominee is going to satisfy the majority. The 3rd party vote is going to guarantee Obama re-election.
You will see a fall out with any of the current selections being given to Republicans
According to an interview Newt Gingrich gave, He would vote for Obama before he would vote for Ron Paul.
Though Newt is falling in polls he has a lot of clout still to push many voters away from a Ron Paul Republican election
But then there are the supporters for Bachmann who will fall away from voting Republican if the nomination goes to Ron Paul or Perry. And then there will be some that will abandon the entire party all together because they will see that the same politic is in the Republican Party as is in the Democrat party. due to Bachmanns downfall.
And I can go on and on with the fall out from the Cain campaign and what will occur.
Either way you look at 2012 unless you are willing to abandon the Republican party to find another party that is based upon paleoconservatism the election is going to be handed over to Democrats. And I can tell you what the strategy is for the Democrats side of this entire problem but people won't listen to me because I am a Spoiler in the eyes of Republicans and Democrats.
Americans experienced the attempt to hand a crown to George Washington, who refused it. Only tp have within 4 decades from 1782, people only turning this system based being free and independent pf a Monarchial rulership across the Atlantic-- that the blood of Americans shed, unselfishly, to break away from in 1776, and again to preserve in 1812, only to hand it over to several hundred monarchs right here residing in the 10 square mile jurisdiction known as the District of Columbia.
IS THEIR A CONSERVATICE CANDIDATE THAT ANYONE WOULD SUGGEST IS GOOD ENOUGH? MAYBE SANTORUM?
If we split the conservater vote...Obama wins
Maybe what we keep doing wrong is having too many conservatives running in the primaries. That splits all our votes and the minority establishment candidate always wins. Perhaps we should have a concensus and one strong conservative (completely vetted) candidate to run before the primaries begin. If those wishing to run are true Americans, they would agree to this. One problem that I see about that, I don't believe we can win a national election unless the candidate can win the moderate independent. This country has gone way too far left. I contend we have to gradually pull them back center right. Any historian knows the country runs best when the meter needle sits there.