Tag Archive for ‘2012 Elections’
The only way they can inherit the freedom we have known is if we fight for it, protect it, defend it and then hand it to them with the well-taught lessons of how they in their lifetime must do the same. And if you and I don’t do this, then you and I may well spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it once was like in America when men were free.”
Don’t look to a party barely tolerated by the public for guidance. National renewal will come by looking at today’s challenges and the anxieties of voters. America’s promise must not fade. . .
The Georgia Republican Assembly agrees we need to change the way we message and we are focused on building strong coalitions among the various factions of grassroots conservatives. However we do not believe we need to change our values or distance the GOP from it’s conservative base in order to win elections . . .
Here’s the top 10 stories of 2012–an insight into the topics and issues that readers had on their minds. Some of these stories reflect national news–such as the demise of Osama bin Laden–and others point towards a growing independence from mainstream media–such as the continued interest in Agenda 21. Republican Assembly activity featured prominently among the year’s top stories and generated significant traffic
For those disappointed by the results of this year’s presidential election, remember that it is a long ballgame. Politics has a natural ebb and flow. Now is the time to study the lessons of this election and to chart a course for conservatives to win in the future. The stakes could not be higher.
And so, another moderate fails.
Governor Romney is a good person, a great business leader.
But, alas, he is also a moderate Republican. Making Mitt Romney a historical asterisk as the tenth moderate GOP nominee to lose the White House.
The Republican Party is often very disappointing from a libertarian perspective. So take it over. Change it. Improve it. Yes, it’s very hard to do. Things are tough out here in the desert of the real world. It’s so much more comfortable back in the Matrix. But we’re all out of blue pills. They’ve been regulated away by ObamaCare.
November 6, 2012 definitely taught us some things we must not ignore. From the Beltway to the Baptist church to each of our boardrooms and break rooms, the free ride is over. We can still win America. We can still maintain what the Founding Fathers bequeathed us. But not by waiting for someone else to do it…
“The story is Republicans did well elsewhere, so it wasn’t a wholesale repudiation of the party,” even with a loss by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney . . .
Called upon to undertake the duties of the first Executive office of our country, I . . . express my grateful thanks for the favor [and] declare a sincere consciousness that the task is above my talents . . .