As an independent conservative, do you ever feel that the campaign to push back against the establishment is going nowhere? Do you think that the Tea Party is just a quaint group of old fashioned fuddy duddies? I realize it can be discouraging at times. Fighting “city hall and beyond” has never been an expedient or easy task. Sometimes, I watch the news and wonder if we are doing any good at all. Things just get more and more out of hand.
However, I was greatly heartened today to see how frightening and extremely fierce we really are. It seems that the Conservative Movement and the Tea Party are so very scary and fearsome that we are now being referred to as “radical.” We are now an alleged tactical terrorist group, targeting “poser elected representatives” who claim conservative values, as is our right and duty.
It has become so bad that Mitch McConnell, (who sold out the conservative movement against Obamacare for three million dollars for his state,) has blackballed an advertising agency for the Tea Party-leaning company it keeps. I was always of the belief that free enterprise was just that: free. Ironically, it is no longer free. It has become a statement on social conditions and mandates, especially directed at those who have conservative values and Christian religious beliefs. Liberals and other religious or ethnic groups are still free to conduct business as they please. If you disagree with their policies, you are just racist and a hater. McConnell is practicing new style of anti-free enterprise and anti-free press tyranny, because he and others are running scared. When this happens, we know we are making such a difference that the opposition must resort to childish, neo-Nazi tactics to try to defuse the movement.
The Conservative Movement and Tea Party is growing. It is getting stronger daily. More and more people are waking up to the facts. Our way of life and liberty is being threatened heartily by those who would change the USA from the free, strong, sovereign nation into a socialistic panty waist country.
All of the administration’s new policies chop away at our liberty and at our pocketbooks, which are stretched to the breaking point already. Executive orders are rampant, as the POTUS apparently cannot be bothered with the rule of law. This “I cannot wait” attitude is just a euphemism for tyranny.
People who were once complacent with the goings on in Washington are standing up and taking notice. They are not loud and obnoxious like the Left-wingers, but they are instead watchful, patient, and they are beginning to take peaceful, but persuasive action.
I predict they will show their displeasure in 2014—the year for Conservative and Tea Party affiliates to unite in their displeasure.
We must demand that our elected representatives remember that they are our employees. They work for us. We do not elect them so that they can lead elitist lifestyles—they are elected simply to mandate policy to those they serve. The House of Representatives and the Senate posts were once considered honor positions. Those elected were honored to do service to their country and truly represent the people from their states and districts. The Constituents were waiting at home to voice their displeasure if grievances occurred. The official had to live with his neighbors and so guarded his or her actions. Social pressure kept them in line. We must turn up the heat again.
Let’s elect some representatives who would be honored to represent us, not those who think they are our betters.