Friday, January 22, 2016
CONSERVATIVES ARE DESTROYING GOP'S CHANCES OF REGAINING WHITE HOUSE (NATIONAL REVIEW):
CONSERVATIVES WANT TO DETER BLACK VOTERS FROM SUPPORTING TRUMP.
ATTACKING TRUMP IS COUNTERPRODUCTIVE & FOOLISH.
WHO IS PAYING OFF CONSERVATIVE LEADERS TO SABOTAGE GOP?
Conservatism or the Conservative movement originated in the 15th century.
Traditional values are the bedrock and foundation of the Conservative movement.
Some founding fathers of the Conservative movement are Edmund Burke, Qutin Hogg, Richard Hook and François-René de Chateaubriand.
Conservatism is a far right-wing faction of the Republican Party, just as Liberalism & Progressives are the far left-wing of Democrats.
During the elections of Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush we didn't hear much about Conservative, Liberal or Progressive voters in the Mainstream Media.
Only Democrat and Republican Party voters.
However during the 2008 and 2012 elections when OBAMA was campaigning to become U.S. President suddenly Liberals, Progressives and Conservatives were introduced in American politics.
Following the 2008 election, Conservative leaders now require all GOP Presidential and Congressional candidates to pass a "Conservative litmus test".
It's clear such divisive factions of both major political parties do more harm than good during general elections because these factions create Political Civil Wars.
As we approach the 2016 general election, Conservative leaders and a popular Conservative publication (National Review) threatens to destroy the GOP's real chances of regaining victory.
Conservative leaders and the National Review are attacking presumptive GOP Presidential nominee DONALD J. TRUMP.
Without invoking any Conspiracy Theory rumors, there appear to be some possible Dirty Politics at play.
For example: Promises or deals discussed behind closed doors to help Hillary Clinton win by default.
So is it more important for GOP leaders and GOP Supporters to actually WIN in Nov 2016?
Or is it more important for a small group of GOP leaders and GOP voters to have their own way and risk losing EVERYTHING in Nov 2016??
*** Conservatives Against Trump
As the election of 2008 approached, America was in crisis.
And as we would soon learn, that crisis would not go to waste.
Years after Bill Clinton disingenuously claimed that the era of big government was over, Obama won his party’s nomination by promising its furious revenge.
For constitutional conservatives, the Republican contest functioned less like a primary and more like an abandonment.
Politically orphaned by their party, conservatives were forced to either stay home or hold their noses and vote for a progressive Republican.
There was a silver lining, however. Rising out of the ashes of that electoral defeat came the Tea Party.
The media struggled to explain it away as racist, xenophobic, and jingoistic. But the truth is, the Tea Party did not arise because Barack Obama defeated his opposition. It arose because there was no opposition.
Over the years, there have been endless fractures in the façade of individual freedom, but three policies provided the fuel that lit the tea-party fire: the stimulus, the auto bailouts, and the bank bailouts. Barack Obama supported all three.
So did Donald Trump. While conservatives fought against the stimulus, Donald Trump said it was “what we need,” praising Obama’s schemes of “building infrastructure, building great projects, putting people to work in that sense.”
While conservatives fought against the auto bailouts, Donald Trump claimed “the government should stand behind [the auto companies] 100 percent” because “they make wonderful products.”
While conservatives fought against the bank bailouts, Donald Trump called them “something that has to get done.” Let his reasoning sink in for a second:
“[The government] can take over companies, and, frankly, take big chunks of companies.” When conservatives desperately needed allies in the fight against big government, Donald Trump didn’t stand on the sidelines.
He consistently advocated that your money be spent, that your government grow, and that your Constitution be ignored. Sure, Trump’s potential primary victory would provide Hillary Clinton with the easiest imaginable path to the White House.
But it’s far worse than that. If Donald Trump wins the Republican nomination, there will once again be no opposition to an ever-expanding government.
This is a crisis for conservatism. And, once again, this crisis will not go to waste.
Sources: National Review, Newsmax, Youtube