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25 Responses to General Comments

  1. GeekGirl2u says:

    I am very sad !

  2. Obama has won the election and we must come together as Americans … despite our sincere concerns about the numerous unresolved issues regarding his obscure history … despite his well documented far-left positions on numerous issues important to conservative Americans.

    Moreover, we should certainly remain vigilant while striving to muster the courage to hope that he will lead our great nation in the right direction. Let’s pray for peace and wisdom.

  3. T Close says:

    Overdue: Criminal Procrastination

    Hi Luke – you are to be commended for you forthright analysis expressed in your article, “Overdue: Criminal Procrastination” on 11/10. It does not contain the virulent comments included by so many of your colleagues on the right side of the spectrum.

    As someone more in the center (my self-calibration), it is a pleasure to see a more reasoned and effective argument made in your article. Of course, I disagree with your viewpoint, but I appreciate the way you have presented yours.

  4. T Close, thanks. It is a high compliment, indeed, to tell someone of an opposing perspective that you disagree but appreciate their presentation.

    Moreover, regarding that post specifically, most conservatives are self-reliant and self-determined. We must look at ourselves to understand our defeat; and, in doing so, garner the strength and wisdom internally that we can express outwardly for upcoming competitions.

    Further, most democrats are not socialists and most republicans are not neocons. The majority of us just love our country and believe in the goodness of others … we are not extremists … just concerned citizens of this great country. You and I, T Close, may not concur on a lot of political issues; but, I would surmise that we do fully agree that America is a great country with many good people.

  5. Kingtexas1 says:

    I am looking for some leadership from the Conservatives with little luck or maybe I’m not paying attention. I want to know how we are to regroup and get back to where we should and use to be. How do we get America excited about a conservative movement?

    I found this post by Optimistic Patriot’s and found it interesting.

    What do I think the GOP really needs? They need candidates that can communicate. When President Bush first hit the scene, I didn’t see his tendency to mangle the English language as a real impediment or reflection on his intelligence. I’m still not convinced that he’s “dumb”, but his communication skills caused considerable harm to his presidency and the conservative cause.

    Bush simply didn’t have the skills required to rally people from the bully pulpit of the presidency. The few conservative programs he pushed, like privatizing a portion of your Social Security tax, went down in flames. His inability to communicate meant he was forever at the mercy of the MSM where all things Republican wither and die.

    The next Republican standard bearer doesn’t have to be Reagan, but he does need those kind of communication skills. Reagan faced the same MSM bias in an era before talk radio and blogs. However, he overcame them and is now widely regarded as a very successful president. Even liberal academicians, a redundancy I know, consistently rank him in the top 10 for everything he got accomplished.

    Republicans don’t need a new philosophy as much as they need someone who can explain it. John McCain’s communication skills weren’t great, but he still captured plenty of electoral votes. It’s an amazing accomplishment when you consider everything arrayed against him–a hostile MSM, Obama’s funding lies and spending advantage, and a bad economy. Amazingly, this election still hinged on a few percentage points here and there.

    The GOP needs to start grooming candidates that can communicate and pronounce nuclear. We can’t afford to run more Bushes, Doles, and McCains.

    Article Link
    http://www.nerepublican.com/index.php/2008/11/09/gop-run-candidates-that-can-communicate/

  6. Good post, Kingtexas1. We need a good communicator … and that could be a “he” or a “she”.

    Also, the party representatives in DC need to start exhibiting the core values of fiscal and social conservatives. No more RINO’s. Clearly, leaning to the left does NOT win elections. Why should voters choose Dem-Lite when they can get genuine Dems? We need to make certain that there is a clear distinction in party beliefs and ideologies.

    IMHO, i believe that we must replace the nearly anonymous RNC chair Mike Duncan. His replacement would be the “face” of the party … our communicator … until the next election cycle.

  7. Kingtexas1 says:

    Amen Brother Luke, We need someone that can communicate with everyone, speak with sincere compassion, understanding about all of America’s needs, young face, powerful, and also get us back to those values we need however diverse they may be.

    Looking for a little insight into peoples opinion of conservative values? I am in the process of “trying” to put together a video showing a pro conservative message (instead of the negative that I have done in this past election) that must take place to encourage a positive voice in this next liberal, socialist, anti-American administration. (Had to say it)

    I was so surprised when I began doing research in youtube. There are numerous videos posted by Progressive Spirit doing a documentary in their study of “Failed Conservative Values.” I had hoped to see some positive post, but most of these were negative, although we need to hear hearts and minds of all in order to understand. I feel a little more now than ever, that we need an urgent call to conservatives and as one lady said, “those conservatives with all different flavors.” I had hoped to find someone representing the Conservatives doing similar. I have seen some rooting for Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana and he and Palin could be the ticket, but I believe they need to start in 2010 with a campaign, “IF” the planets going to shit and the money is there.

    For many examples go to youtube and search “conservative values”

  8. ooopinionsss says:

    How you think when the economic crisis will end? I wish to make statistics of independent opinions!

  9. This is a great blog. Love your insight to it all!

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  11. Bassfooler says:

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  12. candi says:

    http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalpunch/2008/12/questions-arise.html

    Questions Arise About the Obama/Blagojevich Relationship
    December 09, 2008 3:37 PM

    “Obviously like the rest of the people of Illinois I am saddened and sobered by the news that came out of the US attorney’s office today,” said President-elect Obama this afternoon in Chicago, speaking of the criminal complaint against Democratic Gov. Rod Blagojevich for corruption. “But as this is a ongoing investigation involving the governor I don’t think it would be appropriate for me to comment on the issue at this time.”

    Asked what contact he’d had with the governor’s office about his replacement in the Senate, President-elect Obama today said “I had no contact with the governor or his office and so we were not, I was not aware of what was happening.”

    But on November 23, 2008, his senior adviser David Axelrod appeared on Fox News Chicago and said something quite different.

    The interview….

    Exit question-Who do you think will be thrown under the bus this time around? Blago,Axlerod? Fox News? ABC?

  13. Candi, equally important is the fact that Obama merely said he was sad for the people of Illinois. He did NOT speak out about these numerous crimes … especially about Blagojevich attempting to sell Obama’s vacated seat. There is no possibility of error or misunderstanding; the governor was recorded in multiple wire taps.

    Moreover, most democrat pundits are much more quiet regarding this matter than they were about the last few Republicans that were caught with their hands in the cookie jar.

    Sadly, many politicians … both parties … influenced by lobbyists and their own greed stray far from their original intentions for going into public service.

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  15. CINDY says:

    Sign idea: DEFINE REPRESENTATIVE

  16. Julie says:

    Here’s a couple of my slogans. Feel free to use/ post them.

    Congress + Taxes = Leeches on Steroids.

    No Taxations w/out (Representation) REPRESENTATIVES reading the bill 1st!
    *I tried to fomat with a ‘strike through’ line across “Representation” – I couldn’t get the slash line to format!

  17. Nativewmn says:

    Obama, McCain both the same, NWO (banksters) is who we need to watch. We must embrace our fellow patrons like soldiers would embrace each other, I am a patriot I do not have a party I have my Constitution and my Nation.
    Obama is elected, Bush gave us an Oil administration Obama is giving us banksters. Obama has recieved the baton he will do WHAT HE IS TOLD TO DO, a total sale out. Obama is responsible, he is for lack of a better description, the CEO of our nation, his board is full of crooks just like Bushs board. IT IS US vs THEM. Period.
    We must live and breath like a Patriot, forget your party they both have sold us out, it is time to declare yourself to YOUR nation, for this is all that we have left. Stand beside her and guide her…

  18. Ann Ward says:

    How about sign or shirts saying OBAMA LIES! TAXES WILL RISE!? I don’t think I saw this one on your list but would be appropriate after his speech today on tax day.

  19. Barbara47 says:

    While we belong to the Family of Christ, we are still drawn down by our sins. ,

  20. Web says:

    I was so surprised when I began doing research in youtube. There are numerous videos posted by Progressive Spirit doing a documentary in their study of “Failed Conservative Values.” I had hoped to see some positive post, but most of these were negative, although we need to hear hearts and minds of all in order to understand. I feel a little more now than ever, that we need an urgent call to conservatives and as one lady said, “those conservatives with all different flavors.” I had hoped to find someone representing the Conservatives doing similar. I have seen some rooting for Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana and he and Palin could be the ticket, but I believe they need to start in 2010 with a campaign, “IF” the planets going to shit and the money is there.
    +1

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