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Stuart95 Wrote: Sep 05, 2013 10:59 AM
I am quite pleased with Obama's performance. He has shown, clearly, what happens when politicians step in to fix the economy that they ruined in the first place. He has shown, clearly, what happens when government dances around social issues with the sole goal of political expediency. And now he is further clarifying our understanding of what happens when one country pretends that it can cure ancient internal problems within another country. Now, all we have to do, to ensure recovery and prosperity for America, is find a principled leader whose convictions on limited government lead only to fiscal conservancy, social tolerance, and non-intervention in the domestic affairs of other countries. (Note: This does not mean a government of people dying in the streets, a nation of drug addicts, and American isolationism. It means the freedom to do with your lives as you please, with a government to protect, not slowly usurp, that freedom.)
Larry in Texas Wrote: Sep 06, 2013 7:42 AM
Ok, Stuart95, I have a short list of potential "principled leaders". Let me know when the DNC, with it's thousands of MSM henchman, public and private unions, the AFT, NAACP and Eric Holder, allow any of them to endure their lying, character assassination and name-calling. AND have the same "principled" money behind them to do it. Yes, we have to do it or lose our country. But that "principled leader" must also have the fortitude and agree to the bloodbath and an RNC that is not nearly toothless and likely in collusion with the DNC. Agreed?
Stuart95 Wrote: Sep 06, 2013 10:18 AM
The leader I'm hoping for will not come from Republican leadership or insiders; on the contrary, he/she will battle the Republican status quo for the party's resources. The effort required to get a majority of voters comfortable with the idea of a much smaller government will be large, and necessary.
Larry in Texas Wrote: Sep 06, 2013 3:56 PM
Agreed, Stuart. I nominate Dr. Ben Carson at the top. But, in his own words, "I'll have to be drafted to do it." That means we have to convince him to run, he will have the money (sadly probably about $500-800MM) and an evident burning desire to back his win. He's too smart to fall for any BS. He is the best and will not tolerate anything less. And he is nice and honest about it. I want this to happen, but don't see it. This terrifies all the LIV and Santa Claus voters.