We have to start talking seriously about the 2010 elections so as to ensure we the people do everything we can to stop this socialist train wreck from forever ruining our Constitution and our Nation. This may be our one biggest opportunity to peacefully stop this slide and begin the “walk back” to constitutional governance (h/t d2i).
We are fed up with republicans, democrats, federal ‘law making’ bureaucrats, the ‘left’, Obama, and the obots, including the ‘o-feminists’ who hate women. Let’s see, did I miss anyone? 😕
We are fed up with their disrespect for the American people, their disregard for the law, and their disdain at any mention of the Constitution. And we are sick of ‘political correctness’, which has stifled all reasonable debate.
And we want them all out, to form a new party, and get this mess resolved–even though it has taken about 100 years to get to this point, and it is a dangerous one for our Country on many fronts. Many of us refuse to participate in any more ‘elections’.
What is the Background Question?
Remember we are dealing with a money-fueled Alinsky, Cloward-Piven, international attack on our Country that is well rooted now in all branches of our society; it had its first coup in 2008. While the breathtaking boldness of Obama has also exposed the corruption of the complicit republican party, why should we not expect that the disarray and “split” in the republican side is intentional right now, to secure a democratic victory in 2010?
Recent polling data support the trend to bolt the traditional parties, but not enough to overcome the democrats. The press, being part of the scam, imagines this solely as a shot over the bow of republicans; what it portends is another rout of America. To wit:
In a recent Wall Street Journal poll, 41%, of respondents said they had a very or somewhat favorable view of the Tea Party movement compared with a 24% negative rating; the Democratic Party has a 35% positive rating compared with a 45% negative rating; and Republicans currently hold a 28% favorable rating compared with a 43% negative one.
The article was careful to note that the Republicans are ‘most closely associated with the Tea-Party movement’. In addition:
According to Rasmussen Reports, Seventy-three percent (73%) of Republican voters believe their party’s congressional leaders are out of touch with the party base. By contrast, a plurality (47%) of Democratic voters says their congressmen agree with them ideologically.
This last poll is even more discouraging when the prospect of splitting the Republican vote is factored in. The democrats would likely squeak by here, which is all they need to continue. While I have cited polling data here, what if all of this is manufactured? Who is asking this question?
The Importance of Strategy & Tactics
What will be demanded of us in 2010 is strategic thought, and focusing our energies to ensure a balance with protecting family and self as well as our Country through election activity ( “put your oxygen mask on first before helping others”). One asset may be to think in a longer time framework…over the next three years at least. For example, although I thought is was just the entire Congress, and then the Congress and federal judges, Newt Gingrich proposed 515,000 people were needed “across both parties”.
While I am personally ‘unaffiliated’ right now as it reflects my feelings, I may have to register as republican as a strategy, at least in my state as a third-party candidate doesn’t draw much here in this independent place, an interesting fact in itself.
But I will have to ensure that the Republican is a constitutional candidate–aka, an adherent to the Constitution–aka, a Tea Party candidate. And for that I am going to need a ‘constitutional checklist’, a series of questions that can be asked to identify their true allegiance.
I will be armed with the Articles of Freedom which is my background documentation (yes, they will be out before Christmas!). And if the Republican candidate is still unsatisfactory, but the Tea Party candidate cannot win, I want to use that checklist to force the Republican candidate toward the Constitution, as a tool to hold their feet to the fire.
What strategy and tactics will you follow in 2010? Desperadoes Inquiring minds want to know! 🙂