SC Senator Jim DeMint
If America of 1776 - 2012 Is to Live, Conservatism Must Defeat Liberal Socialism
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Newsmax Friday, November 23, 2012, “The Talk Begins: Jeb Bush in 2016” the discussion starts about a possible 2016 presidential goal by former Florida Gov Jeb Bush. But I think that Jeb Bush is considered too heavily “establishment” and “Bush” connected, which has been proven to be what we DO NOT need.
Let’s think anti-establishment! The word ‘antidisestablishmentarianism’ is considered the longest word in the English language. But don’t blame it on the Americans, it was created in 19th century England when controversy erupted over finances between government and the Church of England. Could we be entering a phase in our history where America could be getting involved in a similar but different engagement? If so it would need to be shortened by removing the three letters, ‘dis’ and call it just ‘antiestablishmentarianism’? Nah! Too much bother.
Did I hear someone mention the word ‘conservative’? SC Senator Jim DeMint? Now there’s a solid non-establishment Republican US Senator, or Conservative, who has worked hard to promote Tea Party type candidates for the Senate with the Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) that he created to get solid conservatives nominated for the Republican Party instead of RINO establishment ‘cave-in’ types.
DeMint is the type of person that is needed in these crucial times when smaller government, less spending and less taxes are sorely needed to counteract the spend-aholic, grow government-aholic, raise tax-aholic socialistic communist liberal Democrats that merge with corrupt, dishonest, lying, cheating, greedy, power-mad despots from the president on down.
It will take some mighty coercive arm-twisting and cerebral patriotic drum beating to convince DeMint to place himself in the race for the top post in our government considering his extreme reluctance in the recent primaries for that office. He nearly didn’t consider even running for reelection to his U S Senate seat in 2010 which he eventually agreed to participate in and which he won handily.
But with more years of Congressional service under his belt which severely lacked the necessary Marine Corps style “OOH RAH” cheerleading fortitude, his resistance to serve may have built up many iron barriers and mental encumbrances to persuasions of competing.
So what is needed here and now is an Olympic gold medal winner in mental coaxing gymnastics to entice and convince Senator DeMInt that he is a foremost participant in the run for the POTUSstakes in 2016, with baby steps beginning now. His own fund recruiting efforts that were proven successful in the SCF efforts of the past few years can be the model for his own candidacy for 2015.
If anyone needs any motivation to get behind the Senator, just get a copy of his invigorating and energizing book, “The Great American Awakening: Two Years That Changed America, Washington and Me.” A compelling Foreword by Senator Marco Rubio is reason enough to get this essay of Senator DeMint’s dissertation for a doctorate of conservatism and return to our founders’ choices for our successful country.
We’re just going to have to get actively organized at the earliest opportunity in recruiting for the future before the disastrous left wing, or la sinistra as the Latin scholars dubbed those on the sinister left, can work counter to solid government based on building small but strong governing practices with financial structures that are affordable, fair and just to all people and not unduly punishing to the producers of our citizenry. Results other than these objectives lead to tyranny and Nazism and one man rule.
Egypt is beginning to see the start of that sort of tyrannical rule. Don’t let it happen to the United States. Liberal Democrats are trying to lead us to the exact opposite of what they like to tell us they themselves to be.
Honesty is an absent virtue with them. Democracy will die if they succeed.
Dictatorial autocracy is their ultimate destiny for America.Jerry McConnell -- Bio and Archives | Click to view Comments