Saturday, January 09, 2010

When Will The Conservative Movement Get a Leader?
It better happen... and damn quick

Will fellow Bloglodyles, the 2010 elections are going to be upon us tout de suite. And we conservatives still don't have a national leader.

Forget about McCain. He was/has/and will always be a RepubliCrat. Don't forget that it was him that suspended his presidential campaign for three days to work on the multi-billion dollar Wall Street bailout. Republicans like McCain are exactly why we lost The White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Sarah Who? Pailin's punching out of the Governor's Mansion after only two years rubbed many Conservatives the wrong way (myself included). Many say she had good reason, and she very well may have. And as pivotal (and important!) as the Tea Party movement is, her disregarding the the premier conservative conference of the year in favor of some 3d tier "Tea Party Convention" is just dumb. Is the purposfully trying to piss of the Conservative movement?

Mike Steele has shown that he's really just Silly Putty. Not only has he shown himself to be a soft-core supporter of abortion, he also supported the RINO nominee in the recent NY-23 congressional race. Remember... it's the one where Steele supported Dede Scozzafava. She also the same "Republican" who advocated homo-marriage, abortion rights, the Obama Spedulous Package, etc. Some Republicans, huh?

Newt Gingrich is just damaged goods. Not only did he also support Scozzafava, when Speaker of the House, he consistently allowed Democrats to punk him out. Many of us have not forgotten how he allowed the Dems to push him around.

Bobby Jindal, Haley Barbour, Alan Keyes, Thaddeus McCotter, Jim DeMint... hell, someone take charge!


Blogger Simplex Vir said...

Cavey, give me one good reason why anyone would call the Republican Party conservative???

You cannot! Republican Party needs to bite the dust because there will always be country club republicans and they will always try to take charge and overcome the conservative values of their supporters. The GOP does not deserve the value of your support. They will never again have mine.

9:17 AM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

Couldn't the same be said of Catholicism?

Yes, in many cases, it seems that the inmates have taken over the asylum. But just like what's happening in The Church, we can take back the Republican Party.

10:11 AM  
Blogger the Egyptian said...

I personally think skipping that GOP circle____ was the best thing Sarah did, they hate her anyway, her power is with the base not the old bulls, best to work the up and coming and let the biological solution work on the old shits

7:14 PM  
Blogger Simplex Vir said...

You cannot compare the GOP to the Holy Roman Catholic Church. The Catholic Church is the one true Faith, and God's promise was that the gates of hell would not prevail against it. The GOP does not have this promise.

Besides GOP is a name, and that is all it is. It means nothing unless the people participating in it have principles that are rooted in the very same ones of our founding fathers.

Nay, the next great leader will not come from the ranks of the GOP. Which now of course stands for Gutless Old Panderers!!!

12:05 AM  
Blogger Greta said...

There are only two parties and that will not change in any meaningful way for a very long time. Conservatives leaving the republican party gave us Barry, Nancy and Harry. It is as simple as that. If a third party candidate came along and managed to get elected with a three way vote, he would have zero chance of getting anything done as both parties would be out to get whoever it was. You would have to build a new national party with viable candidates in all the states and that is every difficult if not impossible. So just understnad that a vote not to support the republican candidate is a vote for the democratic party. If we elect a republican, we have to stay involved and be on their case as happened when W tried to put in Meyers for the Supreme court or the party tried to put in a democrat in the last new york election for a house seat. We have moved past a time when you can vote and then retire from politics until the next vote. We are at war with a culture that hates America and Christianity and it is not only the Islamist but millions here in our country who hold office in both parties and who vote for evil.

1:59 AM  

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