|Establishment Conservatives vs. Social Conservatives.|
The Two Republican Parties
- A huge GOP 22 point landslide in deep blue New Jersey.
- While over in Virginia the socially Conservative Republicans manage to lose Governorship by 2.5 points and Lt. Governorship by 11 points.
- Both the Establishment and Constitutional wings of the GOP need each other if anything resembling a Republic is to survive this wave of radical Obama Marxism.
I know it is a tad early, but how about a Chris Christie / Marco Rubio ticket in 2016?
Let's bottom line this - The GOP desperately needs to take blue states or the Presidency will be forever out of their reach. New Jersey is blue and Florida is rapidly turning blue. Thus the Christie-Rubio ticket with the added bonus of appealing to Hispanic voters.
|If the GOP does not win the White House soon|
the Supreme Court could become 7 to 2 Democrat.
Then you can kiss the Republic goodbye as
a liberal court rubber stamps Big Government.
But you can't win an election in deep blue states with candidates that play well in rural Texas. It just ain't gonna happen.
Christie also knows how to successfully knife fight down in the gutter with the Democrats. He will not take any crap from them, and the Right needs a street fighter not a "thinker".
Libertarian on Social Issues - The two strong socially Conservative candidates at the top of the ticket lost in Virginia.
Neither Christie nor Rubio have the image of hardline religious Conservatives. That plays well with young and middle age voters in blue states who want government out of their lives.
The Federal Courts - With lifetime appointments the courts have enormous power to shape society. Comrade Obama has already appointed two Supreme Court Justices and numerous members of the lower courts.
Even Big Government loving Conservatives like the two Bush Presidents have redeemed themselves by appointing judges like Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito. It would be far better to have Christie appointing judges compared to a President Hillary Clinton.
2016 is a long way off and anything can happen. But the Right needs a blue state fighter at the top of the ticket or you can kiss the Republic goodbye.