Sunday, September 21, 2014

Republican Party Needs The Tea Party To Win The Senate

Establishment Republicans need the Tea Party and more importantly Conservative voters to win the 6 or more seats necessary to take back the US Senate.  As a Common Sense Conservative, this Blogger and most of the people I know, will not vote for RINOS any more.   The Republican Party can't just talk the talk, they have to Walk The Talk of Limited Government, Lower Taxes, Less Regulation and pushing back 100 years of Socialist Creep.  Thus far, I have seen no solutions put forth by the National Republican Party that gives me any confidence that we would not just have more of the same gridlock and big government programs.  Given the past few years, this Blogger has seen no indication that Establishment Republicans really get it.  I am under whelmed.

My Republican Senator, Dean Heller and one of the Republican Congressmen in Nevada, Joe Heck, that we supported, by holding fund raisers for them, voted for the Fiscal Cliff deal that raised my taxes, without getting any deficit reduction in return.   They are dead to me. Most Republicans voted to give more money to the corrupt Veterans Affairs Department, when medical services for VETS should have been privatized.  In addition, the US Chamber of Congress actively opposed Tea Party candidates in  several primaries.  That caused me to quit the US Chamber of Commerce.  I am not going to support any organization that actively opposes Conservatives. 

So, Establishment Republicans, don't assume that all Conservatives will vote for Republicans just because Socialists are a worse option.  In Nevada, where this Blogger lives, we can vote None Of The Above, which is exactly what we will do related to the RINOS on the ballot.  Further, this Blogger will not give a dime to the Republican Party as long as John Boehner and Mitch McConnell remain in leadership.  I believe both of them are unable to express and fight for Conservative principles.  They are go along to get along kind of guys, when we need street fighters in leadership.  Boehner and McConnell are part of the problem, not part of the solution.  Until I see the right guys, or women leading the Republican Party, my check book is closed. 

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