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power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Saturday, July 18, 2015

Voters are looking for a Republican who is NOT a Republican

It is time for a Conservative Party
The U.S. does not need two Democrat parties.

By Gary:

Life gets stranger and stranger.  

Republican voters are desperately thrashing around and trying to come to grips with the fact that the GOP is simply a somewhat less liberal branch of the Democrat Party.

In that search they have put Donald Trump ahead of all Republican presidential candidates for the GOP primary, according to a new Fox News poll of registered voters released Thursday.

  • 18%  -  Donald Trump (up 7%)
  • 15%  -  Governor Scott Walker
  • 14%  -  Jeb Bush
  • 8%    -  Senator Rand Paul
  • 7%    -  Senator Marco Rubio  

BOTTOM LINE  -  Trump is the symbol for Conservatives who are tired of the endless lies coming from the the Democrat-Lite Party called the GOP.  Also, The bipartisan Republicrat Machine is operating at full power to make sure Trump will not be nominated.

The Big Government and open borders loving George W. Bush drove me from the GOP in 2003.  The nominations of McCain and Romney just reinforced my views.

At this point I honestly could care less about my former party.  The GOP, Democrats and Obama forming an unholy alliance to ram through the top secret Obamatrade bill was the final straw.

I am a Constitutional Federalist in search of a political party.

We Conservatives need to form a new party.

Like the New York Conservative Party below we need to start electing officials at the local and state levels.  We can form alliances with Democrats or Republicans as needed to advance our key issues.  But at the end of the day we need to understand that Republicans opposes 80% of our small, constitutional government views.  Conservatives need a separate party structure.

Elect Conservatives, NOT Republicans
The Conservative Party of New York elected their first 
member to the state legislature of New York.

Angela Wozniak (March 11, 1987) is the Conservative Party member of the New York State Assembly from the 143rd District, representing the town of Cheektowaga, the town of Lancaster, and the village of Depew.

(Angela Wozniak)        Conservative Party of New York State

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