Monday, May 26, 2008

Republican Party

Carly Fiorina is now Chair(person) of John McCain's campaign.

I've made a couple of modest donations to the campaign, and I probably will again. However, stop sending me those trumped-up phony surveys. If you want to know what I really think - or even care - send me a real survey. But not these made-up things supposed to rile me up: "Should we do everything we can to stop Democrats from weakening border security?"

Please.

We had the majority and a Republican President and you didn't do a damn thing for border security. You think I have no memory at all? The party got what it deserved - in fact what it worked hard for: it abandoned all its principles and as a result got thrown out.

Come up with a real plan you are prepared to go to the mat for and tell me about that. Don't give me a negative sell about how much worse the Democrats are going to be. Tell me about how much better you are going to be.

No more BS surveys.

1 comment:

Richard G. Fisher said...

Carly Fiorina will do less for McCain that she did for the HPQ shareholders. The only thing I think we can hope for from McCain is strong defense policies and conservative court nominees, if he does what he says. However, with the DeomoNcrats controlling the Senate, I think we have little hope that any conservtive nominee will ever on a bench.

The DemoNcrat party has been hijacked over the decades by Marxists; and, in the process, many DemoNcrats fled into the Republican Party, showing up as RINOS, i.e. Republicans in Name Only.

At the moment, there seems to be no place for conservatives, and we may need to form a new political party. However, in the process, I fear the DemoNcrats will control all branches of government, changing the United States in such drastic ways, that it can never be redeemed by Conservatives.