Friday, December 24, 2010

Damage Control

Damage Control
Kevin Bryant

RINOs, RINOs Everywhere, Where The Hell Are The Conservatives?

Lindsey Graham, the 2nd worst RINO in the US Congress, in my opinion, is the first one to recognize that he must start working on damage control now if he is to go uncontested in his bid for re-election. John McCain, congresses 4th worst RINO pulled off a successful re-election bid against a formidable opponent who possesses a stronger conservative resume than McCain, by basically lying to the people. Scott Brown, a US Senator who rode the wave of the TEA Party to get himself elected to office has shown no inclination that he plans on supporting the principles of the TEA Party. Throw in the RINO Twins, Collins and Snowe from Maine and no matter what, these people and the other RINOs in office will not allow real conservatism to rule the Republican Party.

The 2010 Election sent a clear message to those in congress that we are sick and tired of being ruled by those in Washington. We are fed up with the wasteful and reckless spending. These people do not care. They want things to be as they think it should be, not what the American people think how and what Washington business should be.

2010 was a start and conservatives were able to get rid of some of the dead weight in Washington, but our job is not done. In the House, John Boehner, Eric Cantor and Paul Ryan have already shown since the last election that Party overrides principal on certain matters. This will only continue to get worse the deeper as the 2011 congressional session starts and goes into full swing. As much as I hate to say this, Cantor and Boehner, as well as Mitch McConnell needs to go. Ryan can stay but should be removed from his leadership position.

In 2012, 2014 & 2016, we cannot allow these people to remain in office. I know this is a dangerous approach to getting rid of those who support the people only when it serves their own interest because it opens those seats up to serious challenges from the liberal political pool. It is dangerous but it must be done. If we conservatives are serious about taking back our country and putting the power of Washington back into the hands of the people as the Constitution intended, then we must throw caution to the wind and stand on our principals. It wouldn’t hurt to pray for a little assistance from our creator who endowed us with the power to control our own lives for a little assistance either.

Those that need to go will be the ones working the hardest to do damage control in order to stay in power in the coming months and years. If they were true conservatives like Michelle Bachman, Jim DeMint, Ron Paul and I truly believe Rand Paul will be, it would only make sense that there would be no need to try to defend your voting record.

We did not accomplish our job in 2010. We set the process in motion of weeding out those in congress that would allow America and its people to be harmed and less free as a result of political policy and politics. Unfortunately, we did allow some to remain (JOHN McCAIN) despite knowing their records because either they were as good at lying to the people as our current President is or we allowed emotion to cloud our better judgment.

You don’t change the political direction by removing those at the bottom and praying those at the top got the message. It didn’t work in 2010 and it will not work in the coming years. We have to remove the leadership in the same way you cut off the head of a snake to ensure it is dead. If we want a real political shift in America, we need to cut off the head of the Republican & Democrat Parties in each house, making sure we send a clear and undeniable message to the nest head that emerges that his or her head is literally on the chopping block the second they assume a leadership role or he/she will cease to exist politically.

Which “so called Republicans” need to go as soon as possible, look no further than the 2010 congressional lame duck session voting records.

1 comment:

cary in catonsville said...

Rinos are gonna be hard to flush out as time goes on, the obvious ones are easy but the new ones coming in like Scott Brown are somewhat harder. I don't agree that Boehner and Paul Ryan need to be thrown out, nor do I agree that Ron Paul is a conservative, Ron Paul is a libertarian plain and simple, NOT to be confused with conservatism.