Thursday, June 12, 2014

Conservative Need To Walk The Talk Or Suffer The Plank

Establishment Republicans, often in office for years, most of whom profess to be avid Conservatives that support Free Market Capitalism, limited government, lower taxes and less regulations, need to walk the talk, or suffer the plank and be thrown out of office.  The problem with many of these characters is that they often vote to support Crony Capitalism, bigger government, higher taxes and more regulations and that is where the rubber hits the road.   House Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor just lost in a stunning Primary defeat because he talks a good game; but is more than willing to do deals with Socialists in Congress that continue the 100 years of Socialist Creep that is bankrupting our country. 

Common Sense Conservative voters in the 7th district of Virginia said ENOUGH as they overwhelming supported David Brat, an unknown Economics Professor, who teaches at a small local college. Brat, the giant killer, simply professed the traditional Republican Conservative ideals of Free Market Capitalism, limited government, lower taxes and less regulations along with the need to secure our border to take down Cantor.  Brat, who only spent about $200,000 on his campaign, came out of no where and went door to door preaching these Conservative values, promising that if elected he would Walk The Talk and not compromise with Socialists once he got to Congress.  Cantor, who had a $5 million war chest and spent a good deal of it on things like steak dinners for $168,000 during his campaign, just lost touch with his constituents. 

The reality is that both Establishment Republicans and Tea Party Conservatives supposedly support the same Conservative ideology and values.  However, when push comes to shove, Establishment Republicans don't walk the talk.  As a result, the Conservative base of the Republican Party is determined to force out these RINO's that have been feeding at the trough for years. We will win some and we will lose some; but we won't go away any time soon until we take back the Republican Party and our country.  On to Mississippi next. 

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