Here’s the deal, guys. We’re all conservatives, here. And, the Democrats are just waiting, praying even, for us to sit around and do nothing this election cycle. You know why?
Yeah, cue the “Psycho” theme, right? Those harsh chords on the violin are our warning. We must do something.
Speaker Pelosi is what’s before us if we sit on our hands. I didn’t want to think about it either, but it’s true. Many are saying the House is in serious, serious danger, and the Senate may be, too. I’m not even going to address Senate leadership should Republicans lose control, because it makes me shudder so much, I can’t type properly, and that wouldn’t bode well for the remainder of this column.
Here’s the good news. You knew it was coming, right? You can do something, and it’s easy. The Rightroots team, of which I’m a member, has picked 21 competitive Republican candidates in House and Senate races all over the country. You can donate to any of them and all of them in one convenient place.
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We’ve got Mike Bouchard taking on “Dangerously Incompetent” Debbie Stabenow in Michigan. We’ve got Diana Irey taking on Jack “Condemn the Marines as Cold-Blooded Murderers Before Their Trial” Murtha in Pennsylvania. We’ve got Michael Steele taking on the entire Democratic establishment in Maryland. We’ve got Thomas Kean taking on Democratic corruption in New Jersey.