NEVER TOLERATE TYRANNY!....Conservative voices from the GRASSROOTS.
Hope all is well... I have a very limited time on the internet these days because I have been busy working locally in person on building relationships, participating in outreach, connecting with people, building coalitions, finding, vetting, supporting candidates, educating voters on the upcoming 1% Sarasota Surtax Referendum (3/25 ballot), N(ext) G(eneration) S(unshine) S(tate) S(tandards), formerly C(ommon) C(ore) and Art. V (I know, I know, a lot of patriots are against this strategy... to each his own, short of a revolution (which I am NOT advocating), I don't see how abiding by the Constitution is going to change the path we are on... and kicking the can down the road leads to the inevitable precipice...) but I am preaching to the choir...
I couldn't comment on the post 28 Rinos:
Note the RINOS are from states that are in big trouble: CA, NJ, NY, IL, MI... don't understand the NC, KY, VA (especially Wolf!!!)
I think it's time to do a survey on RC, in 2014... something like are you planing to vote for
GOP conservative candidates only; RINOs; I/ L or NP; -or- NOT voting"
Assuming that, as a Real Conservative, you have vetted all candidates, you are a registered Republican:
If the primary election were today, would you
- vote for the incumbent
- vote for the new candidate, if he/she were a real conservative
- not participate
- vote for the incumbent if the new candidate is made of the same cloth
- vote for the new candidate, even if he/she may not be a real conservative
- vote for the new candidate,even if the incumbent has a high freedom scorecard
- vote for the new candidate, no matter what
If the election were today, would you:
- vote straight down the Republican ticket
- consider an I/NPA candidate if you are a registered Republican
- vote for the incumbent if Republican
- vote for a new candidate, regardless of party
or, commit national suicide and
- stay home
HEALTHCARE ACTION ALERT:
To date, eight states have joined the Health Care Compact (Oklahoma, Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Missouri, South Carolina, Texas, and Utah), and legislation has either passed the state legislature or is being considered in 12 additional states.