Granted when I say “surprised”, I mean the media’s surprise that so many so-called “conservatives” aren’t warming up to Ole’ Sen. Juan McStain. I find most of the these phonies who are complaining about Sen. McStain not being “conservative” enough, will stand in-line and vote for him. “He’s the lesser of two evils”. Again, it’s still evil.
The Republican nomination battle has been all but decided for over two months. Still, some Republicans used the April 22 Pennsylvania primary and last week’s votes in Indiana and North Carolina to register their unhappiness with the de facto victor. Some vote for libertarian Texan Ron Paul, who has refused to quit the race and has racked up more than one million votes, according to his campaign.
Gov. Huckabee, and Gov. Romeny are also getting a good amount of votes in the remaining primaries. It is also noted that Sen. McStain hasn’t captured more than 45 percent of the Republican vote since January.
Interesting enough, Ron Paul supporters having been hard at work trying to get elected to be national delegates for the upcoming RNC convention. The ultimate goal is to have a divided convention, and Dr. Paul could fly in and save the day. As much as I would love to see that, and have prayed for it, it won’t happen. But to have the chance to really shake things up at convention would be fantastic. I would love to see chaos at the national level. That is what I am hoping for.
For to long, the Elites have only payed lip service to us Limited Government, More Freedom and Liberty folks. With their mouth-pieces telling us “it’s not viable” in today’s world. Or we can’t afford to be “America First” anymore. (Sean Hannity and Mark Levin come to mind) It’s rather disturbing to think that back in 1980 with the election of Ronald Reagan, on a “Limited Government” platform, that the Republican party has become apart of the Big Government One Party System.
Maybe President Thomas Jefferson was right, when he said ” Every generation needs a new revolution.”