Saturday, July 21, 2012

The Truth and the Tea Party vs the Anti-American Far Left Media Complex


In the wake of this movie house massacre by a deranged individual, just like the Tucson Az massacre shooting, the far left media complex of course attacks and targets, thus blames the Tea Party / Reagan Constitutional Conservatives and Republicans for all of it, regardless of the facts and truth that it is a lie.

We are, and will always be the target of the far left anti-American media complex to be used as a point of focus, aka a villain. Hitler used the very same tactic against the Jews as a scapegoat.

This is their goal to destroy us, freedom, and liberty in an open democratic society. These anti-American liberal statist propagandist puppets are in every area and avenue of the media complex, whom have forsaken any sense of established journalistic integrity that they might have even ever remotely had at one point in time, if they even had any at all to begin with.

They are thus the marxist pawns of the radical far left hierarchy and echelon that dictates to them that their leftist ideology and vision of a future American Marxist State are the only things that matters.

This is all for the public to make them perceive the lie as the truth, to make the public their willing accomplice.

But in a free democratic society, there comes a point in time where the public is either aware of, acknowledges, and understands the truth after countless examples of liberal media biased lies and propagandist attempts to paint the peaceful Tea Party people and movement as something they're not, ie; racist and violent.. Along with over a year of exact opposite examples of violence, anarchy, rapes, assaults, rioting, and property destruction riots from and by the "Occupy Wall Street" crowd.

In other words, if they cannot, or will not see the truth for what it is in reality, then the public as a whole are doomed to their fate of eventual self-inflicted enslavement by those they choose to ignore.

The public as a whole must either acknowledges the facts and truth of the liberal media complex of projectionist lies and propaganda, and thus disbelieve everything they say and do, or remain apathetic, indifferent, and or ignorant to the truth and facts of that truth, thus become part of the radical anti-American movement complex of the far left.

Either way, the patriotic American Reagan Constitutional Conservative Tea Party folks must never give in and capitulate, for that prospect will only end in the complete collapse of our Republic as a free democratic society.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Obama's Despotism and Destruction from the US Economy, Jobs, Energy, and the US Military, to Obama's Death Panels


Obama's intentional internal destruction of America is his agenda and ultimate goal. Thus Obama's intentions and agenda to fundamentally transform America from a US Constitutional Republic, into a Socialist-Marxist authoritarian regime, is playing out exactly how he wanted it to play out.  Obama is anti-American, and wants nothing less than the complete economic, social, political, and military collapse of the United States of America.

The damage from Obama's policies are absolutely devastating to America, America's economy, America's political system, especially to the US Constitution, as his goal is  the absolute gutting of the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights, stripping away our protections of Freedom and Liberty, which is now all at risk of just that, being stripped away forever, just like Hitler's Enabling Act on March 23, 1933 that stripped way any and all Rights and Freedoms of the citizens of then Nazi Germany.

And in addition to all of this is the dissolution of America's ability to defend itself, via Obama's gutting of the Defense Budget, his dismantling of America's Nuclear arsenal deterrent, and the downgrading and neglect of our US Military equipment and infrastructure, which has been, and is currently being completely gutted out, which will result in the eventual collapse and destruction to our US Military, thus our US National Security, thus the free world's Security, and the very core of our Democratic Republic itself will be gone, and forever lasting, and the world will be ripe for another World War with China, Russia, Iran, etc, leading the way. And of course will be the death of Israel in the wake of America's demise.

This Nation of America and all that she represents, Individual Freedom, Liberty, Democracy, the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights which guarantees these Rights, Freedoms, and Liberties to the Sovereign American citizens, aka the People, and limits the federal govt's authority and power over the people with checks and balances of each branch of the federal govt, against each other, has been usurped.  The federal govt, in particular the 2008-2010 111th US Congress under Pelosi and the White House under Obama, and now the 2012 US Supreme Court under Justice Roberts, had all at one time or another in this time span, combined to conspire against the People of this Nation. Obama and his henchmen, have utterly reeked anti-Democracy, Freedom, and Liberty havoc on America, and have unleashed the horror of a tyrannical all powerful authoritarian socialist-marxist govt. rule over America and it's sovereign citizenry, aka the People, which does what it wants, to whomever it wants, whenever it wants, at will, and with complete and total impunity, without consequences for it's actions against the People.

How much more clear can it be, as from the stand point of- if he wanted to improve the economy, he could have, and would have, if he really wanted to. He does not want to. Obama wants the complete opposite, and for people to not understand this concept and point based on the facts of evidence that points directly in that direction, then they are either naive and ignorant beyond all belief, or they are part of the Obama game plan.

This is what we, the patriotic American Tea Party Constitutional Conservative people are now up against, faced with, and fighting against. But we will not give in, or capitulate one inch, as this fight is far from over. However long it takes, and by whatever means it takes, as we must take back our govt and country, and restore the US Constitution as the law of the land once again to be adhered to and upheld, and that means removing from office and power all those who have stepped on, and destroyed those Rights, Freedoms, and Liberties, and install only constitutional conservative leaders to lead the Nation.

This is of the utmost imperative, as nothing more than our very Freedom and Liberty's existence of and for ourselves, our children, our children's children's, and our Nation's Constitutional Republic are at stake. This is not a game, as this is what consequences of elections can have, dire consequences.

For instance- This is the absolute abhorrent and egregious part of The Affordable Healthcare Act, aka Obamacare, and it's massive govt power and authorization, and now legal Jurisdiction over the people of America, thanks to US Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts.


Section 3403 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) established the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) to reduce Medicare spending. This panel of 15 independent, unelected bureaucrats with unilateral authority and whose decisions are freed from judicial and administrative review will most certainly cut payments to physicians under Medicare, will limit patient access to, and quality of, medical care.




By Wesley J. Smith - 07/06/2012
Senior Fellow, The Discovery Institute


There is much talk in the wake of the recent Supreme Court “it’s a tax” indigestion that the Senate can now repeal the individual mandate without fear of filibuster. Perhaps. But repealing the mandate/tax wouldn’t rid us of one of Obamacare’s most dangerous big-government intrusions: the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB). And therein lies a significant rub for accountable governance.

IPAB is a mini government within the federal bureaucracy. Not only does it create rather than merely implement Medicare cost-cutting policy, but it has greater power within its realm than elected officials — including the president of the United States. Indeed, its “advice” is really a mandate that literally can become law over a presidential veto.

Not only that, but IPAB began this year, with $15 million to be spent getting the board’s infrastructure up and running. Soon, the president will be nominating its 15 “expert” members of the board of directors, each of whom is subject to Senate confirmation.

Expect these nominations to be among President Obama’s first actions should he be re-elected. Indeed, he will have little time to waste. According to the terms of the Affordable Care Act, IPAB must submit its first draft recommendations to the health and human services secretary by September 1, 2013. Its first Medicare cost-cutting goals must become law by August 15, 2014.


Why did I write “must” become law” instead of “may”? IPAB’s unique “fast track” authority divests Congress of discretion regarding the amount of money to be cut from Medicare once IPAB has submitted its “advice.” Get a load of these legislative handcuffs:
  • By January 15, 2014, IPAB must submit a proposal to Congress and the president for reaching Medicare savings targets in the coming year. 
  • The majority leaders in the House and Senate must introduce bills incorporating the board’s proposal the day they receive it. 
  • Congress cannot “consider any bill, resolution, amendment, or conference report … that would repeal or otherwise change the recommendations of the board” if such changes fail to meet the board’s budgetary target.
  • By April 1, all legislative committees must complete their evaluation. 
  • Any committee that fails to meet the deadline is barred from further consideration of the bill. 
  • If Congress does not pass the proposal or a substitute plan meeting the IPAB’s financial target before August 15, or if the president vetoes the proposal passed by Congress, the original Independent Payment Advisory Board recommendations automatically take effect.
Not only that, but Congress cannot consider any bill or amendment that would repeal or change this fast-track congressional consideration process without a three-fifths vote in the Senate. And to put the icing on the autocratic cake, implementation of the board’s policy is exempted from administrative or judicial review.

On the positive side, (for now) IPAB is not allowed to recommend health care rationing, changes in Medicare benefits, or revision of eligibility standards. But that could easily change. Indeed, President Obama has already called for "strengthening"  IPAB’s policy-making power. One needn’t be paranoid to see where this could eventually lead.

The question is: What to do? Okay, here’s the plan: Elect Romney president, successfully defend the Republican majority in the House, and elect enough anti-Obamacare senators to dissolve the IPAB by a majority vote under the reconciliation process.

Sorry: Dissolving IPAB wouldn’t be a budgetary matter, meaning that even if the mandate/tax is repealed through reconciliation, that wouldn’t defang IPAB.
Alright, how about this? Keep the House, elect Romney president, and elect a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate to repeal the entire Affordable Care Act.

Dream on. But even if such an unlikely election sweep miraculously manifests on November 6, that wouldn’t necessarily lead to the board’s demise. IPAB was created to be the bureaucratic equivalent of
Rasputin: It is almost impossible to kill.

As the law now stands, IPAB can’t be dissolved before 2017, and then only by a three-fifths vote of both Houses of Congress. Oh, and the legislative stake through the heart can only be introduced between January 3 and February 1 of that year, and must be passed by August 15. Did I say handcuffs earlier? I meant straight jacket.

Whether the terms of an existing law can bind subsequent Congresses remains an open constitutional question. But getting the matter finally decided by the courts would take years. Besides, we can no longer trust judges and justices to do the right constitutional thing even when they know what it is.

Finally, opponents of IPAB can engage in blatant obstructionism. Congress can’t be forced to spend money, so IPAB could be defunded. Without money, bureaucracies shrivel. That’s probably the best bet in the short term.
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This is basically the Obama's "Enabling Act", which gave Hitler is legislative legitimate dictatorial authority, power, and rule over the country and the citizens of his country.

This is now a measure of how far gone America is a once Democratic US Constitutional Republic. Can we bring it back from the brink.. Regardless of the answer, we must do it.

This is not a game people must defeat these radical anti-American liberal socialist-marxists, or forever lose whatever Freedoms and Liberties we once had as a US Constitutional Republic.

Friday, June 29, 2012

What Do "We the People" Do Now

Justice Roberts is truly a Trojan horse in a black robe. For someone who professes to be a highly intelligent and respected conservative leader of the Judiciary, the other branch of the Federal govt., he has shown absolute incompetence and ineptitude in his illogical reasoning in his decision to uphold Obamacare's mandate as a tax, when Congress clearly did not write it as a tax, and is not within the confine jurisdiction of the commerce clause, thus citing this unconstitutional law and it's mandate to be constitutional as a tax, is absolutely egregious, contemptible, and incomprehensibly abhorrent, let alone having the stench of something insidiously treacherously rotten in Washington DC.

This is why we, the Patriotic Constitutional Conservative American People from every walk of life in American Society, must elect as many Reagan Tea Party Conservative to Congress this Nov as possible, replacing as many of these worthless colluding collaborating RINO's as possible, and put some actual backbone into the govt that is supposed to represent and protect the People..  not the tyrants and despots that currently rule over this nation, as so evidenced by Obama, Pelosi, Reid, and now Justice John Roberts contemptuous actions against the American people..  to repeal not only Obamacare, but  Dodd-Frank, and every one of Obama's anti-American socialist-marxist laws ever passed and signed, as well as reversing all of his executive orders, as they must all be repealed and defeated, no matter how long it takes.

This is what happens when power hungry greedy permanent political class of elitist politicians, via the govt, runs the country into the ground to economic, social, and political ruin and destruction, when all that is left are ashes of what once was.

There comes a point at which when the govt, all branches, or any branch, forces upon the American people to purchase a product against their will that would be used against them to control every aspect of lives lives, or any other Law that would have the same affect, as well as burden the tax paying American people with insurmountable debt, then at that point the people have no alternative but to openly defy and revolt against such mandated govt sanctioned oppression and tyranny in the guise of a legitimate law.

we will do all we can to repeal both Obama and Obamacare, and all else that goes with him and these domestic enemies of the US Constitution, Freedom, Liberty, Democracy, and our Republic of America, ie;

This we must do by any and all methods and means from Voting in as many true Reagan Tea Party Conservatives in Congress as possible to repeal not just Obama, but all Liberal Progressive Democrats and Liberal Progressive Republicats, and his Obamacare, Dodd-Frank, and any and all of Obama's anti-American laws, policies, regulations, etc,  and in addition, to openly defy, to refuse to obey and pay the Obamacare mandate if it comes to our doorstep before we can fully have it repealed , regardless of the govt threatened consequences against us. This is not only what We the People must do, it is our duty and responsibility to do, as we must be the ones to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, Democracy, Freedom, Liberty, and our Republic, and return the govt that was once limited and "Of the People, By the People, For the People".

Just because the govt makes a law and puts their legitimate stamp of sanctioned approval on it, does not mean it is right or good, and it does not mean that the People should lie down, capitulate, and accept the tyranny of oppression that has been forced upon them.

This is one of those times, as collusion of the govt against the Will of the Majority of the People will and must be repulsed with every fiber and being of each patriotic person who are the gate keepers of Freedom and Liberty, not the govt.

We the Patriotic Reagan Tea Party Constitutional Conservative people will oppose them every step and inch of the way. If Obama and his army of anti-American liberal Socialist-Marxist Democrats want to run roughshod over the American People and destroy and collapse all that is America, Individual Freedom, Liberty, Democracy, and the Truth, then we will meet them head on as this battle is far from over, it is just beginning.


Quote-

"Let us be sure that those who come after will say… we did everything that could be done."

You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness. If we fail, at least let our children and our children's children say of us we justified our brief moment here. We did all that could be done."

Freedom ... must be fought for, protected, and handed on for [our children] to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children, what it was once like where men were free.  

There can be no real peace while one American is dying some place in the world for the rest of us. We're at war with the most dangerous enemy that has ever faced mankind ... and ... if we lose that war, and in so doing lose this way of freedom of ours, history will record ... that those who had the most to lose did the least to prevent its happening."

~President Ronald Wilson Reagan~

Thursday, June 28, 2012

The US Supreme Court no longer has any Legitimate Moral Authority as it has Forsaken the US Constitution and the Will of the American People


This 28 June, 2012 is truly the saddest day in America's history, even worse than the Civil War. This ruling by the US Supreme Court now says that the US Federal govt has total and complete authority, rule, and power over the American Individual person's sovereignty, aka "We the America People".

Thus the US Supreme Court has established itself as nothing more than a rubber stamp for the Federal govt's will over the will of the American People.

Govt tyranny and oppression now reins supreme over America thanks to the US Supreme Court. What the US Supreme Court has done is put the final stake in the heart of America as we know it for the past 236 years.

But if people are relying on Romney to repeal Obamacare, think again-

Obama-Harvard Grad- Radical Liberal Progressive Socialist who implemented Obamacare, forced mandated substandard inferior State Socialized Medicine that bankrupts the residents, citizens, and Independent businesses and companies in the Free Market Capitalist Free Enterprise system in the Nation, which has all but destroyed private healthcare in America, not to mention stripping American's of their Freedom, along with Borrowing, Taxing, and Spending America into Bankruptcy oblivion, which is crippling the US Free Market and America's Economy.

Romney-Harvard Grad- Moderate liberal Mass. Progressive Republican, aka RINO / Republican Obama Facsimile who implemented Romneycare, precursor of Obamacare, forced mandated substandard inferior State Socialized Medicine that bankrupts the residents, citizens, and Independent businesses and companies in the Free Market Capitalist Free Enterprise system in Mass ,which Romney refuses to refute, but says he will repeal Obamacare, which has all but destroyed private healthcare in Mass, that have all but crippled and bankrupted his State's govt, the resident tax payers, and especially the economy in Mass..

How can a  true conservative Republican create and defend a Ted Kennedy collaborated forced mandated substandard inferior State Socialized Medicine that bankrupts the residents, citizens, and Independent businesses and companies in the Free Market Capitalist Free Enterprise system of a State, let alone the Nation, but then turns around and argues that he must repeal Obamacare, the very same thing he implemented and refuses to refute and repeal in his own State called Romneycare.

Romney will not repeal Obamacare. When Romney gets into office and does not sign the Congressional repeal of Obamacare legislation, if it even gets that far, what then will the American People do, what then will be our options when these corrupt elected officials ignore the will of the people, and the consequences of the flame of Freedom and Liberty that has been all but blown out of America's torch.

I just hope for America's sake, the People's sake. Freedom and Liberty's sake, Democracy's sake, and Romney's sake, that Romney if elected President, does not let the American people down once again as I know he will, as so many elected officials have done.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

What are you going to do to take your country back ?


It is more prevalent than ever that Obama's blatant naked open aggression against the US Constitution, Individual Freedom Liberty, Free Market Capitalism, the American people, and all that is good and right in a free and open Democratic Society is so audacious and outrageous that it just boggles the mind. The evidence against Obama and his direct and indirect attacks against America and Democracy shows how much havoc and destruction Obama has reeked on the very core of our Democracy, Freedom and Liberty is now at the point of clear and present danger, thus is so clear and apparent that the People must either act to protect and preserve their Rights and Freedoms under the US Constitution and their Country that gives them that, or lose it forever to Obama and his radical leftist's ultimate goal of a govt in total power and control over the people establishing their Socialist-Marxist Authoritarian Statist Regime flag over America, with the only rule of law that matters to them is the law of what they say the law is, at whatever time they say it, etc. and so on, ie; Tyranny Rule.

But unfortunately too many American people are either indoctrinated to be acceptance of this type of mindset of govt  that is in total and absolute control and rule over every aspect of their lives, instead of being free and independent., or they are so apathetic to the real dangers of what is happening to them, their country, their freedoms and rights, that they will wake up one day to find they are now living in a country where the govt will soon knock on their doors, or just break it down and drag them off to some gulag if they do not capitulate to the govt's demands.

This is what the nation now faces, and like the French felt in 1940 when Hitler rolled into France, the feeling will be overwhelming. The "what have we done", and the "what are we going to do now" questions will absolutely be gut wrenching and with absolute remorse at the moment when it's too late, truly sad and too late.

Complacency, Ignorance, and Indifference, breeds Apathy and Stupidity, then Disaster.

How can we look President and General George Washington and all the Founding Fathers of America, President Abraham Lincoln, and all who have fought and died to create and establish this great country of Individual Freedom and Liberty, in the face and say we blew it, we let these people take over, destroy and ruin America Freedom and Liberty, that which our forebearers gave to us and our children.

Thus to answer the question  "What are you going to do to take our country back ?"

The answer is- by whatever it takes ! Like Sen. Kyle said, the solution to this radical leftist Obama destruction agenda problem must be a political remedy solution, as this blatant naked aggression against America and Freedom and Liberty by Obama and his army of crony radical lefist henchmen and women must be met head on.

We must elect as many Reagan Tea Party Conservatives as possible to the US Congress, which must also be done at every of govt, be it local community, city, county, and state levels. Remove any and all statist liberals from either side of the political fence, and force the political solution of Impeachment of Obama, even if he is defeated on 6 Nov, as he will implement his scorched earth policy during the lame duck time period from 7 Nov 2012 - 19 Jan 2013.., not to mention especially if he manages to get re-elected by some corrupt means. On top of removing any and all liberal activist Judges from the Judiciary as possible, as soon as possible.


Quote-

"Let us be sure that those who come after will say… we did everything that could be done."

You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness. If we fail, at least let our children and our children's children say of us we justified our brief moment here. We did all that could be done."

Freedom ... must be fought for, protected, and handed on for [our children] to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children, what it was once like where men were free.  

There can be no real peace while one American is dying some place in the world for the rest of us. We're at war with the most dangerous enemy that has ever faced mankind ... and ... if we lose that war, and in so doing lose this way of freedom of ours, history will record ... that those who had the most to lose did the least to prevent its happening."

~President Ronald Wilson Reagan~

Friday, June 22, 2012

In 1977, Ronald Reagan Responds to Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, John Boehner, and all the other Liberal Progressives in either Political Party


CPAC 1977 :

The New Republican Party
Governor Ronald Reagan (R-CA)
Conservative Political Action Conference, Washington, DC
February 6, 1977


I’m happy to be back with you in this annual event after missing last year’s meeting. I had some business in New Hampshire that wouldn’t wait.

Three weeks ago here in our nation’s capital I told a group of conservative scholars that we are currently in the midst of a re-ordering of the political realities that have shaped our time. We know today that the principles and values that lie at the heart of conservatism are shared by the majority.

Despite what some in the press may say, we who are proud to call ourselves “conservative” are not a minority of a minority party; we are part of the great majority of Americans of both major parties and of most of the independents as well.

A Harris poll released September 7, 1975 showed 18 percent identifying themselves as liberal and 31 percent as conservative, with 41 percent as middle of the road; a few months later, on January 5, 1976, by a 43-19 plurality, those polled by Harris said they would “prefer to see the country move in a more conservative direction than a liberal one.”

Last October 24th, the Gallup organization released the result of a poll taken right in the midst of the presidential campaign.

Respondents were asked to state where they would place themselves on a scale ranging from “right-of-center” (which was defined as “conservative”) to left-of-center (which was defined as “liberal”).

Thirty-seven percent viewed themselves as left-of-center or liberal

Twelve percent placed themselves in the middle

Fifty-one percent said they were right-of-center, that is, conservative.

What I find interesting about this particular poll is that it offered those polled a range of choices on a left-right continuum. This seems to me to be a more realistic approach than dividing the world into strict left and rights. Most of us, I guess, like to think of ourselves as avoiding both extremes, and the fact that a majority of Americans chose one or the other position on the right end of the spectrum is really impressive.

Those polls confirm that most Americans are basically conservative in their outlook. But once we have said this, we conservatives have not solved our problems, we have merely stated them clearly. Yes, conservatism can and does mean different things to those who call themselves conservatives.

You know, as I do, that most commentators make a distinction between [what] they call “social” conservatism and “economic” conservatism. The so-called social issues—law and order, abortion, busing, quota systems—are usually associated with blue-collar, ethnic and religious groups themselves traditionally associated with the Democratic Party. The economic issues—inflation, deficit spending and big government—are usually associated with Republican Party members and independents who concentrate their attention on economic matters.

Now I am willing to accept this view of two major kinds of conservatism—or, better still, two different conservative constituencies. But at the same time let me say that the old lines that once clearly divided these two kinds of conservatism are disappearing.

In fact, the time has come to see if it is possible to present a program of action based on political principle that can attract those interested in the so-called “social” issues and those interested in “economic” issues. In short, isn’t it possible to combine the two major segments of contemporary American conservatism into one politically effective whole?

I believe the answer is: Yes, it is possible to create a political entity that will reflect the views of the great, hitherto [unacknowledged], conservative majority. We went a long way toward doing it in California. We can do it in America. This is not a dream, a wistful hope. It is and has been a reality. I have seen the conservative future and it works.

Let me say again what I said to our conservative friends from the academic world: What I envision is not simply a melding together of the two branches of American conservatism into a temporary uneasy alliance, but the creation of a new, lasting majority.

This will mean compromise. But not a compromise of basic principle. What will emerge will be something new: something open and vital and dynamic, something the great conservative majority will recognize as its own, because at the heart of this undertaking is principled politics.

I have always been puzzled by the inability of some political and media types to understand exactly what is meant by adherence to political principle. All too often in the press and the television evening news it is treated as a call for “ideological purity.” Whatever ideology may mean—and it seems to mean a variety of things, depending upon who is using it—it always conjures up in my mind a picture of a rigid, irrational clinging to abstract theory in the face of reality. We have to recognize that in this country “ideology” is a scare word. And for good reason. Marxist-Leninism is, to give but one example, an ideology. All the facts of the real world have to be fitted to the Procrustean bed of Marx and Lenin. If the facts don’t happen to fit the ideology, the facts are chopped off and discarded.

I consider this to be the complete opposite to principled conservatism. If there is any political viewpoint in this world which is free from slavish adherence to abstraction, it is American conservatism.

When a conservative states that the free market is the best mechanism ever devised by the mind of man to meet material needs, he is merely stating what a careful examination of the real world has told him is the truth.

When a conservative says that totalitarian Communism is an absolute enemy of human freedom he is not theorizing—he is reporting the ugly reality captured so unforgettably in the writings of Alexander Solzhenitsyn.

When a conservative says it is bad for the government to spend more than it takes in, he is simply showing the same common sense that tells him to come in out of the rain.

When a conservative says that busing does not work, he is not appealing to some theory of education—he is merely reporting what he has seen down at the local school.

When a conservative quotes Jefferson that government that is closest to the people is best, it is because he knows that Jefferson risked his life, his fortune and his sacred honor to make certain that what he and his fellow patriots learned from experience was not crushed by an ideology of empire.

Conservatism is the antithesis of the kind of ideological fanaticism that has brought so much horror and destruction to the world. The common sense and common decency of ordinary men and women, working out their own lives in their own way—this is the heart of American conservatism today. Conservative wisdom and principles are derived from willingness to learn, not just from what is going on now, but from what has happened before.

The principles of conservatism are sound because they are based on what men and women have discovered through experience in not just one generation or a dozen, but in all the combined experience of mankind. When we conservatives say that we know something about political affairs, and that we know can be stated as principles, we are saying that the principles we hold dear are those that have been found, through experience, to be ultimately beneficial for individuals, for families, for communities and for nations—found through the often bitter testing of pain, or sacrifice and sorrow.

One thing that must be made clear in post-Watergate is this: The American new conservative majority we represent is not based on abstract theorizing of the kind that turns off the American people, but on common sense, intelligence, reason, hard work, faith in God, and the guts to say: “Yes, there are things we do strongly believe in, that we are willing to live for, and yes, if necessary, to die for.” That is not “ideological purity.” It is simply what built this country and kept it great.

Let us lay to rest, once and for all, the myth of a small group of ideological purists trying to capture a majority. Replace it with the reality of a majority trying to assert its rights against the tyranny of powerful academics, fashionable left-revolutionaries, some economic illiterates who happen to hold elective office and the social engineers who dominate the dialogue and set the format in political and social affairs. If there is any ideological fanaticism in American political life, it is to be found among the enemies of freedom on the left or right—those who would sacrifice principle to theory, those who worship only the god of political, social and economic abstractions, ignoring the realities of everyday life. They are not conservatives.

Our first job is to get this message across to those who share most of our principles. If we allow ourselves to be portrayed as ideological shock troops without correcting this error we are doing ourselves and our cause a disservice. Wherever and whenever we can, we should gently but firmly correct our political and media friends who have been perpetuating the myth of conservatism as a narrow ideology. Whatever the word may have meant in the past, today conservatism means principles evolving from experience and a belief in change when necessary, but not just for the sake of change.

Once we have established this, the next question is: What will be the political vehicle by which the majority can assert its rights?

I have to say I cannot agree with some of my friends—perhaps including some of you here tonight—who have answered that question by saying this nation needs a new political party.

I respect that view and I know that those who have reached it have done so after long hours of study. But I believe that political success of the principles we believe in can best be achieved in the Republican Party. I believe the Republican Party can hold and should provide the political mechanism through which the goals of the majority of Americans can be achieved. For one thing, the biggest single grouping of conservatives is to be found in that party. It makes more sense to build on that grouping than to break it up and start over.

Rather than a third party, we can have a new first party made up of people who share our principles. I have said before that if a formal change in name proves desirable, then so be it. But tonight, for purpose of discussion, I’m going to refer to it simply as the New Republican Party.

And let me say so there can be no mistakes as to what I mean: The New Republican Party I envision will not be, and cannot, be one limited to the country club-big business image that, for reasons both fair and unfair, it is burdened with today. The New Republican Party I am speaking about is going to have room for the man and the woman in the factories, for the farmer, for the cop on the beat and the millions of Americans who may never have thought of joining our party before, but whose interests coincide with those represented by principled Republicanism. If we are to attract more working men and women of this country, we will do so not by simply “making room” for them, but by making certain they have a say in what goes on in the party. The Democratic Party turned its back on the majority of social conservatives during the 1960s. The New Republican Party of the late ’70s and ’80s must welcome them, seek them out, enlist them, not only as rank-and-file members but as leaders and as candidates.

The time has come for Republicans to say to black voters: “Look, we offer principles that black Americans can, and do, support.” We believe in jobs, real jobs; we believe in education that is really education; we believe in treating all Americans as individuals and not as stereotypes or voting blocs—and we believe that the long-range interest of black Americans lies in looking at what each major party has to offer, and then deciding on the merits. The Democratic Party takes the black vote for granted. Well, it’s time black America and the New Republican Party move toward each other and create a situation in which no black vote can be taken for granted.

The New Republican Party I envision is one that will energetically seek out the best candidates for every elective office, candidates who not only agree with, but understand, and are willing to fight for a sound, honest economy, for the interests of American families and neighborhoods and communities and a strong national defense. And these candidates must be able to communicate those principles to the American people in language they understand. Inflation isn’t a textbook problem. Unemployment isn’t a textbook problem.

They should be discussed in human terms.

Our candidates must be willing to communicate with every level of society, because the principles we espouse are universal and cut across traditional lines. In every Congressional district there should be a search made for young men and women who share these principles and they should be brought into positions of leadership in the local Republican Party groups. We can find attractive, articulate candidates if we look, and when we find them, we will begin to change the sorry state of affairs that has led to a Democratic-controlled Congress for more than 40 years. I need not remind you that you can have the soundest principles in the world, but if you don’t have candidates who can communicate those principles, candidates who are articulate as well as principled, you are going to lose election after election. I refuse to believe that the good Lord divided this world into Republicans who defend basic values and Democrats who win elections. We have to find tough, bright young men and women who are sick and tired of cliches and the pomposity and the mind-numbing economic idiocy of the liberals in Washington.

It is at this point, however, that we come across a question that is really the essential one: What will be the basis of this New Republican Party? To what set of values and principles can our candidates appeal? Where can Americans who want to know where we stand look for guidance?

Fortunately, we have an answer to that question. That answer was provided last summer by the men and women of the Republican Party—not just the leadership, but the ones who have built the party on local levels all across the country.

The answer was provided in the 1976 platform of the Republican Party.

This was not a document handed down from on high. It was hammered out in free and open debate among all those who care about our party and the principles it stands for.

The Republican platform is unique. Unlike any other party platform I have ever seen, it answers not only programmatic questions for the immediate future of the party but also provides a clear outline of the underlying principles upon which those programs are based.

The New Republican Party can and should use the Republican platform of 1976 as the major source from which a Declaration of Principles can be created and offered to the American people.

Tonight I want to offer to you my own version of what such a declaration might look like. I make no claim to originality. This declaration I propose is relatively short, taken, for most part, word for word from the Republican platform. It concerns itself with basic principles, not with specific solutions.

We, the members of the New Republican Party, believe that the preservation and enhancement of the values that strengthen and protect individual freedom, family life, communities and neighborhoods and the liberty of our beloved nation should be at the heart of any legislative or political program presented to the American people. Toward that end, we, therefore, commit ourselves to the following propositions and offer them to each American believing that the New Republican Party, based on such principles, will serve the interest of all the American people.

We believe that liberty can be measured by how much freedom Americans have to make their own decisions, even their own mistakes. Government must step in when one’s liberties impinge on one’s neighbor’s. Government must protect constitutional rights, deal with other governments, protect citizens from aggressors, assure equal opportunity, and be compassionate in caring for those citizens who are unable to care for themselves.

Our federal system of local-state-national government is designed to sort out on what level these actions should be taken. Those concerns of a national character—such as air and water pollution that do not respect state boundaries, or the national transportation system, or efforts to safeguard your civil liberties—must, of course, be handled on the national level.

As a general rule, however, we believe that government action should be taken first by the government that resides as close to you as possible.

We also believe that Americans, often acting through voluntary organizations, should have the opportunity to solve many of the social problems of their communities. This spirit of freely helping others is uniquely American and should be encouraged in every way by government.

Families must continue to be the foundation of our nation.

Families—not government programs—are the best way to make sure our children are properly nurtured, our elderly are cared for, our cultural and spiritual heritages are perpetuated, our laws are observed and our values are preserved.

Thus it is imperative that our government’s programs, actions, officials and social welfare institutions never be allowed to jeopardize the family. We fear the government may be powerful enough to destroy our families; we know that it is not powerful enough to replace them. The New Republican Party must be committed to working always in the interest of the American family.

Every dollar spent by government is a dollar earned by individuals. Government must always ask: Are your dollars being wisely spent? Can we afford it? Is it not better for the country to leave your dollars in your pocket?

Elected officials, their appointees, and government workers are expected to perform their public acts with honesty, openness, diligence, and special integrity.

Government must work for the goal of justice and the elimination of unfair practices, but no government has yet designed a more productive economic system or one which benefits as many people as the American market system.

The beauty of our land is our legacy to our children. It must be protected by us so that they can pass it on intact to their children.

The United States must always stand for peace and liberty in the world and the rights of the individual. We must form sturdy partnerships with our allies for the preservation of freedom.

We must be ever willing to negotiate differences, but equally mindful that there are American ideals that cannot be compromised. Given that there are other nations with potentially hostile design, we recognize that we can reach our goals only while maintaining a superior national defense, second to none.

In his inaugural speech President Carter said that he saw the world “dominated by a new spirit.” He said, and I quote: “The passion for freedom is on the rise.”

Well, I don’t know how he knows this, but if it is true, then it is the most unrequited passion in human history. The world is being dominated by a new spirit, all right, but it isn’t the spirit of freedom.

It isn’t very often you see a familiar object that shocks and frightens you. But the other day I came across a map of the world created by Freedom House, an organization monitoring the state of freedom in the world for the past 25 years. It is an ordinary map, with one exception: it shows the world’s nations in white for free, shaded for partly free and black for not free.

Almost all of the great Eurasian land mass is completely colored black, from the western border of East Germany, through middle and eastern Europe, through the awesome spaces of the Soviet Union, on to the Bering Strait in the north, down past the immensity of China, still further down to Vietnam and the South China Sea—in all that huge, sprawling, inconceivably immense area not a single political or personal or religious freedom exists. The entire continent of Africa, from the Mediterranean to the Cape of Good Hope, from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean, all that vastness is almost totally unfree. In the tiny nation of Tanzania alone, according to a report in the New York Times, there are 3,000 people in detention for political crimes—that is more than the total being held in South Africa! The Mideast has only one free state: Israel. If a visitor from another planet were to approach earth, and if this planet showed free nations in light and unfree nations in darkness, the pitifully small beacons of light would make him wonder what was hidden in that terrifying, enormous blackness.

We know what is hidden: Gulag. Torture. Families—and human beings—broken apart. No free press, no freedom of religion. The ancient forms of tyranny revived and made even more hideous and strong through what Winston Churchill once called “a perverted science.”

Men rotting for years in solitary confinement because they have different political and economic beliefs, solitary confinement that drives the fortunate ones insane and makes the survivors wish for death.

Only now and then do we in the West hear a voice from out of that darkness. Then there is silence—the silence of human slavery. There is no more terrifying sound in human experience, with one possible exception. Look at that map again. The very heart of the darkness is the Soviet Union and from that heart comes a different sound. It is the whirring sound of machinery and the whisper of the computer technology we ourselves have sold them. It is the sound of building, building of the strongest military machine ever devised by man. Our military strategy is designed to hopefully prevent a war. Theirs is designed to win one. A group of eminent scientists, scholars and intelligence experts offer a survey showing that the Soviet Union is driving for military superiority and are derided as hysterically
making, quote, “a worst case,” unquote, concerning Soviet intentions and capabilities.

But is it not precisely the duty of the national government to be prepared for the worst case? Two Senators, after studying the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, have reported to the Armed Forces Committee that Soviet forces in Eastern Europe have the capability to launch, with little warning, a “potentially devastating” attack in Central Europe from what is termed a “standing alert.”

Reading their report, one can almost see the enormous weight of the parts of the earth that are under tyranny shifting in an irresistible tilt toward that tiny portion of land in freedom’s light. Even now in Western Europe we have Communists in the government of Italy, France appeasing terrorists, and England—for centuries the model or the sword of freedom in Western Europe—weak, dispirited, turning inward.

A “worst case”? How could you make a good case out of the facts as they are known? The Soviet Union, poised on the edge of free Europe, capable of striking from a standing start, has modern tanks in far greater numbers than the outmoded vehicles of NATO. We have taken comfort from NATO’s superiority in the air, but now the Soviet Union has made a dramatic swing away from its historic defensive air posture to one capable of supporting offensive action. NATO’s southern flank is described in the Senate report with a single word: shambles.

The report is simply reality as it was, with different names and faces, in Europe in the late 1930s when so many refused to believe and thought if we don’t look the threat will go away.

We don’t want hysteria. We don’t want distortion of Soviet power. We want truth. And above all we want peace. And to have [recognition] that the United States has to immediately re-examine its entire view of the world and develop a strategy of freedom. We cannot be the second-best super-power for the simple reason that he who is second is last.

In this deadly game, there are no silver medals for second.

President Carter, as a candidate, said he would cut five to seven billion dollars from the defense budget. We must let him know that while we agree, there must be no fat in our armed forces. Those armed forces must be capable of coping with the new reality presented to us by the Russians, and cutting seven billion dollars out of our defense budget is not the way to accomplish this. Some years ago, a young President said, we will make any sacrifice, bear any burden, and we will, to preserve our freedom.

Our relationship with mainland China is clouded. The so-called “Gang of Four” are up one day and down the next and we are seeing the pitfalls of making deals with charismatic personalities and living legends. The charisma fades as the living legends die, and those who take their place are interested not in our best wishes but in power. The keyword for China today is turmoil. We should watch and observe and analyze as closely and rationally as we can.

But in our relationships with the mainland of China we should always remember that the conditions and possibilities for and the realities of freedom exist to an infinitely greater degree with our Chinese friends in Taiwan. We can never go wrong if we do what is morally right, and the moral way—the honorable way—is to keep our commitment, our solemn promise to the people of Taiwan. Our liberal friends have made much of the lack of freedom in some Latin American countries. Senator Edward Kennedy and his colleagues here in Washington let no opportunity pass to let us know about horrors in Chile.

Well, I think when the United States of America is considering a deal with a country that hasn’t had an election in almost eight years, where the press is under the thumb of a dictatorship, where ordinary citizens are abducted in the night by secret police, where military domination of the country is known to be harsh on dissenters and when these things are documented, we should reject overtures from those who rule such a country.

But the country I’m describing is not Chile—it is Panama.

We are negotiating with a dictatorship that comes within the portion of that map colored black for no freedom. No civil rights. One-man rule. No free press.

Candidate Carter said he would never relinquish “actual control” of the Panama Canal.

President Carter is negotiating with a dictatorship whose record on civil and human rights is as I have just described and the negotiations concern the rights guaranteed to us by treaty which we will give up under a threat of violence. In only a few weeks we will mark the second anniversary of the death of freedom for the Vietnamese. An estimated 300,000 of them are being “re-educated” in concentration camps to forget about freedom.

There is only one major question on the agenda of national priorities and that is the state of our national security. I refer, of course, to the state of our armed forces—but also to our state of mind, to the way we perceive the world. We cannot maintain the strength we need to survive, no matter how many missiles we have, no matter how many tanks we build, unless we are willing to reverse: The trend of deteriorating faith in and continuing abuse of our national intelligence agencies. Let’s stop the sniping and the propaganda and the historical revisionism and let
the CIA and the other intelligence agencies do their job!

Let us reverse the trend of public indifference to problems of national security. In every congressional district citizens should join together, enlist and educate neighbors and make certain that congressmen know we care. The front pages of major newspapers on the East Coast recently headlined and told in great detail of a takeover, the takeover of a magazine published in New York—not a nation losing its freedom. You would think, from the attention it received in the media, that it was a matter of blazing national interest whether the magazine lived or died. The tendency of much of the media to ignore the state of our national security is too well documented for me to go on.

My friends, the time has come to start acting to bring about the great conservative majority party we know is waiting to be created.

And just to set the record straight, let me say this about our friends who are now Republicans but who do not identify themselves as conservatives: I want the record to show that I do not view the new revitalized Republican Party as one based on a principle of exclusion. After all, you do not get to be a majority party by searching for groups you won’t associate or work with. If we truly believe in our principles, we should sit down and talk.

Talk with anyone, anywhere, at any time if it means talking about the principles for the Republican Party.

Conservatism is not a narrow ideology, nor is it the exclusive property of conservative activists.

We’ve succeeded better than we know. Little more than a decade ago more than two-thirds of Americans believed the federal government could solve all our problems, and do so without restricting our freedom or bankrupting the nation.

We warned of things to come, of the danger inherent in unwarranted government involvement in things not its proper province. What we warned against has come to pass.

And today more than two-thirds of our citizens are telling us, and each other, that social engineering by the federal government has failed. The Great Society is great only in power, in size and in cost. And so are the problems it set out to solve. Freedom has been diminished and we stand on the brink of economic ruin.

Our task now is not to sell a philosophy, but to make the majority of Americans, who already share that philosophy, see that modern conservatism offers them a political home.

We are not a cult, we are members of a majority. Let’s act and talk like it.

The job is ours and the job must be done. If not by us, who? If not now, when?

Our party must be the party of the individual. It must not sell out the individual to cater to the group. No greater challenge faces our society today than ensuring that each one of us can maintain his dignity and his identity in an increasingly complex, centralized society.

Extreme taxation, excessive controls, oppressive government competition with business, galloping inflation, frustrated minorities and forgotten Americans are not the products of free enterprise. They are the residue of centralized bureaucracy, of government by a self-anointed elite.

Our party must be based on the kind of leadership that grows and takes its strength from the people. Any organization is in actuality only the lengthened shadow of its members.

A political party is a mechanical structure created to further a cause. The cause, not the mechanism, brings and holds the members together. And our cause must be to rediscover, reassert and reapply America’s spiritual heritage to our national affairs.

Then with God’s help we shall indeed be as a city upon a hill with the eyes of all people upon us.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Liberal Progressives pretending to be disaffected disenchanted Reagan Republicans


Article in Memorandum.com

Why I Gave Up On Being a Republican
By Michael Stafford - Memorandum.com - The Cagle Post
Jun 12 2012

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"I'm a life-long Republican. My political affiliation has been woven intrinsically into the very fabric of my being.

When I was young, Ronald Reagan bestrode the world like a colossus. I grew up watching the Cold War end-game play out as Reagan faced down the Soviet Union- which really was evil- and helped break the long night of communist repression in Eastern Europe. He was my hero.

Indeed, my first political act was passionately lobbying my fourth-grade classmates to vote for Reagan over Walter Mondale in a mock election in 1984. As an adult, I continued to be a rock-solid Republican-
I helped run my law school’s chapter of the Federalist Society and its Republican club. And after the election of President Obama in 2008, I served as an officer in my state Republican Party. For the next two years, I devoted substantial amounts of my time, my talent, and my treasure to supporting local candidates running for office and to building the Party organization.

Today, however, I am a registered Republican no longer.

I came to the decision to leave the GOP not with a heavy heart, but with a broken one.

I reached this point through a long series of awakenings and realizations- a path marked by literally years of wrestling with, and finally accepting, the political implications of a number of difficult truths. It involved ever-increasing levels of cognitive dissonance, as I tried to square my experiences, concerns, and knowledge, with my continued loyalty to the GOP.

As a local GOP official after President Obama’s election, I had a front-row seat as it became infected by a dangerous and virulent form of political rabies.

In the grip of this contagion, the Republican Party has come unhinged. Its fevered hallucinations involve threats from imaginary communists and socialists who, seemingly, lurk around every corner. Climate change- a reality recognized by every single significant scientific body and academy in the world- is a liberal conspiracy conjured up by Al Gore and other leftists who want to destroy America. Large numbers of Republicans- the notorious birthers- believe that the President was not born in the United States. Even worse, few figures in the GOP have the courage to confront them.

Republican economic policies are also indefensible. The GOP constantly claims that its opponents are engaged in “class warfare,” but in this exercise in projection in Republican proposals, the wealthy win, and the rest of us lose- one only has to look at Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget to see that.

As Thomas E. Mann and Norman J. Ornstein have written, “the Republican Party, has become an insurgent outlier—ideologically extreme; contemptuous of the inherited social and economic policy regime; scornful of compromise; unpersuaded by conventional understanding of facts, evidence, and science; and dismissive of the legitimacy of its political opposition.” Its reckless behavior helps drive the political dysfunction crippling our nation.

In the end, it offers a dystopian vision of our future- a harsher, crueler and more merciless America starkly divided between the riders, and the ridden.
From the moment the Tea Party emerged on the scene, I had a premonition that I would eventually have to leave the GOP. But my mind conjured innumerable reasons for delay- for putting off the day of reckoning in the desperate hope that some game-changing miracle would occur, such as a victory by Governor Jon Huntsman in the Republican presidential primary.

But no miracle happened. Among all the difficult truths I’ve had to face, perhaps none has been harder than the realization that I, and those dissidents like me, are unrepresentative outliers far removed from, and largely unable to influence, the main currents of opinion within the GOP.

Ultimately, leaving the GOP was necessary in order to maintain my own integrity. Leaving is also a public act of personal protest. I am under no illusions about its broader significance- it will have no impact on the trajectory of the political narrative in this nation. But that does not make it futile. On the contrary, as the shadows lengthen, such minor individual acts of defiance and dissent are more critical now than ever before.

Perhaps, one day, a reformed and responsible Republican Party will reemerge.

But until then, the GOP and I have reached a parting of the ways. In the poignant words of “Kathleen Mavourneen,” an old Irish ballad: “It may be for years, and it may be forever”

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My Response to Michael Stafford's article, thus to Mr Michael Stafford himself-


Michael Stafford, the whole premise and essence of your article is a snide intentional insinuating attempt to smear the Reagan Constitutional Conservative Tea Party folks, by playing the disaffected and disenchanted Republican, by trying to blame the cause of your disaffection and displeasure of every problem in the GOP Republican Party on the Tea Party constitutional conservative people, aka extremists, and not the anything the progressive GOP establishment does and says in their so called compromising by appeasing the liberals at every turn, expanding govt and spending as much as the democrats under Obama does.

You are no different from those liberal Democrats who use those very same tactics to distort and twist the truth for their own means and agenda.

This is typical of liberal progressive RINO's, because they, the powers that be in the GOP establishment Party, are fearful of losing their grip and hold onto power and money within that Party apparatus machinery, to the Tea Party, aka "the People".

This laughable attempt to insinuate and smear snidely and cleverly the Tea Party in this article is of course resulting from Jeb Bush's attacks upon the Tea Party and Ronald Reagan Conservatism, as well as against Reagan himself, by pitting constitutional conservative President Ronald Reagan of yesterday, against the Tea Party People of today.

This is an old political ploy to compound the effect by of a certain criticism, by accumulated articles by trying to give the appearance of credibility to the lie.

Michael Stafford you are not fooling anyone, but the already progressive GOP establishment Republicans, as I can read and comprehend english Mr Stafford.


The Tea Party uses President Reagan as a template for what we want and need in a conservative leader of America. Reagan was not prefect, but no one is, but that does not mean you should not strive for perfection in applying conservative values and principles, not the abandonment of those values and principles under the guise of collusional appeasement and their so called compromise BS.


In 1976, then Gov Reagan was told in a letter by prominent GOP politicians at the time, to back down from challenging then President Ford. Reagan told them all to go to hell. Reagan stood firm for what he believed in, and mauled President Ford in advocating conservative values and principles over progressive GOP establishment policies at the RNC Convention in 1976.

And do you think those very same GOP progressive establishment RINO's like the Bush's, would have ever have implemented Reaganomics, that saved not only the US Economy from Carter's stagflationary economic recession disaster, but the GOP Party as well. And do you think they would have defeated the USSR.  No.. The Bush's would have appeased and compromised every piece of American Sovereignty. And they would have continued the same old stalemate stand off diplomacy of detente', instead of setting an aggressive policy to defeat the Soviet Communists.


Ronald Reagan did not sit around waiting for something to happen and play 100 rounds of golf, he set a U.S. National Policy of assertiveness in dealing with everything from Domestic Policy to Foreign policy, and was not reacting to any situation that came up, unless  an incident or situation suddenly came upon the Nation like 911. And it is that difference that Reagan asserted and separated himself from all the other establishment Republican RINO Presidents. Ronald Reagan did not accept the Status Quo, he rejected it.


So you Mr Michael Stafford can take your phony revisionism, smears, and attacks on Ronald Reagan and Reagan Tea Party Conservatives, and stick it where the sun don't shine.

Jeb Bush attacks the Tea Party and Reagan with lies for Personal Political Points


Jeb Bush said publically on Monday 11 June, that both Ronald Reagan and his father, George H.W. Bush, would have a hard time getting nominated by the more conservative voters in today’s Republican Party.

“Ronald Reagan would have, based on his record of finding accommodation, finding some degree of common ground, as would my dad, they would have a hard time if you define the Republican party, and I don’t, as having an orthodoxy that doesn’t allow for disagreement, doesn’t allow for finding some common ground,”

Jeb Bush said he sees the ultra-conservative and partisan standards of today’s GOP as “disturbing,” but called “this dysfunction … temporary.”

Jeb Bush said “It’s just a different environment left and right,” Jeb Bush said during his “dad’s time and Ronald Reagan’s time,” they “got a lot of stuff done with a lot of bipartisan support”, and that Reagan “would be criticized for doing the things that he did.” unquote

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Jeb Bush and the Bush Clan have all but have proclaimed their superiority and themselves the political GOP Republican Party Mantle by virtue of their Presidential dynasty, by pitting constitutional conservative Republican President Ronald Reagan of yesterday, against the Constitutional Conservative Tea Party People of today.

Now, this is what I said yesterday, and is what I say now and tomorrow about Jeb Bush and the Bush presidential dynasty clan-

Jeb Bush is a political opportunist hack, seeking to rewrite political history, and the image and reality of President Ronald Reagan, vs the Bush's, against the constitutional conservative Tea Party folks of today.

The only reason the Bush's were ever in the Presidential White House picture, is because of Ronald Reagan and all the Reagan Conservative people, not because the Bush's were GOP establishment Republicans, but in spite of it.

Let me tell you why- The "connection" to a real conservative, President Ronald Reagan.

If it weren't for Ronald Reagan choosing GHW Bush as his VP, the Bush's would never have been elected President, period. This connection is the only reason they were selected by conservatives over others in the 1988 election, as well as the 2000 election. American conservatives do not love, nor have they ever loved the Bush's.

Secondly, the Tea Party uses President Reagan as a template for what we want and need in a conservative leader of America. Reagan was not prefect, but no one is, but that does not mean you should not strive for perfection in applying conservative values and principles, not the abandonment of those values and principles under the guise of collusional appeasement, ie; their so called compromise BS.

Ronald Reagan today would absolutely agree with every word I have just said, as he practiced it everyday, he didn't just give lip service like these liberal progressive GOP RINO's like Jeb Bush.

In 1976, then Gov Reagan was told in a letter by prominent GOP politicians at the time, to back down from challenging then President Ford. Reagan told them all to go to hell. Reagan stood firm for what he believed in, and mauled President Ford in advocating conservative values and principles over progressive GOP establishment policies at the RNC Convention in 1976.

And do you think those very same GOP progressive establishment RINO's like the Bush's, would have ever have implemented Reaganomics, that saved not only the US Economy from Carter's stagflationary economic recession disaster, but the GOP Party as well. And do you think they would have defeated the USSR.  No.. The Bush's would have appeased and compromised every piece of American Sovereignty. And they would have continued the same old stalemate stand off diplomacy of detente', instead of setting an aggressive policy to defeat the Soviet Communists.

You show me anything by the Bush's that even comes close to what Constitutional Conservative Republican President Ronald Wilson Reagan has said, done, achieved, and accomplished in America and the World, other than to be elected US President. Obama was elected US President and was awarded a meaningless Nobel Peace Prize for just being elected..  Does that put him in the same standing light of greatness as George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, or Ronald  Reagan.. No, it does not.

Jeb Bush, the Bush clan dynasty, and the rest of their progressive GOP establishment RINO buddies, can take their phony revisionism and attacks on Ronald Reagan and Reagan Tea Party Conservatives, and stick it where the sun don't shine.

This is what a great US President says, along with all he has accomplished giving credence and validity of all the words he ever spoke.

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"Let us be sure that those who come after will say… we did everything that could be done."

You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness. If we fail, at least let our children and our children's children say of us we justified our brief moment here. We did all that could be done."

Freedom ... must be fought for, protected, and handed on for [our children] to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children, what it was once like where men were free. 

There can be no real peace while one American is dying some place in the world for the rest of us. We're at war with the most dangerous enemy that has ever faced mankind ... and ... if we lose that war, and in so doing lose this way of freedom of ours, history will record ... that those who had the most to lose did the least to prevent its happening."

~President Ronald Wilson Reagan~