Lord Crimson

Wisdom from the Realm

Plea of Hope

with 10 comments

Is political arrogance and lack of vision costing the Republican National Committee (RNC) support and donations? According to the latest figures the answer is yes. The grass-root Republican supporters are sending a loud and clear message to the RNC. The message, “Secure the borders, stop illegal immigration, and the gift of amnesty as a reward for breaking the law is unacceptable.”

Typical political misdirection blames the decrease in donations on aging phone equipment. This of course gives us some idea of how politicians take for granted their base. In fact, if you think about it you might feel insulted that they would believe anyone would buy such a lame excuse. It’s the phones, not us.

It’s certainly no secret that since 9/11 the number of illegals crossing the borders have increased. For any nation to allow their borders to be violated on such a continuous and massive scale is promoting the intentional destruction of that culture. A cultural genocide if you will. It’s reckless and a direct attack on future stability.

For obvious reasons, placing trust and hope in politicians is a fools game. Unfortunately we sometimes have little choice and must choose the lesser of two evils. If the Republican Party is allowed to self destruct we are left with the Socialist-Democrats in full charge. That would mean higher taxes, increased wealth redistribution and the path to total socialism. A failed system and miserable existence where ever it’s tried.

So as a plea of hope I say, “Come on Republican Representatives, get your head out of your *** and do what you were sent their to do – protect the freedom of this nation!”

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Written by Lord Crimson

June 2, 2007 at 6:08 pm

10 Responses

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  1. Hi LC,

    They call me every other year with their collective hand out. I always tell them that I will, more or less, vote a straight Republican ticket. Then I ask, “what more can you really ask for?” At this point the usually hang up. Which, I must say, sucks, since I keep hoping they will offer me some sort of bribe to do more! Oh well. If I trusted the other party to live up to their promises, things might be different.

    the Grit

    the Grit

    June 2, 2007 at 9:34 pm

  2. I typically vote Republican, but would never vote for a pro-abortion candidate. It’s getting tough now because I’m not wanting to vote for anyone who is not taking our border security seriously.

    Duncan Hunter, however, is the most well-rounded Republican candidate. Of course, Fred Thompson would be great too.

    As for financially supporting the Republican party — I don’t. Other than maybe purchasing a Lincoln Day dinner ticket annually. I feel as though my money would be better spent supporting a special interest group that works on keeping the 2nd Amendment alive — not just for hunting purposes.

    wytammic

    June 2, 2007 at 10:07 pm

  3. Hi Grit

    Never give them more money than they already steal, it only encourages them.

    Now I have to ask, what other line of work provides the benefit of everyone else paying so they can have a job? I believe the next time I go searching for a new job I’ll call a few politicians and see if they will send me a donation until I can land the position. Think it will work? Me either.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    June 2, 2007 at 11:34 pm

  4. Hi w

    I hate socialism more than you can possibly imagine and since the Democrats have become the new Socialist party I find my choices have become extremely limited.

    I have yet to select my candidate although I have narrowed the field quite a bit. For me it’s still early for a final commitment.

    Just for the record – The second amendment rocks! With all that is going on these days it may turn out to be our best friend.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    June 3, 2007 at 12:04 am

  5. Hi LC,

    Why do you think the liberals have always been against private ownership of firearms?

    the Grit

    the Grit

    June 3, 2007 at 6:27 pm

  6. Hi LC,

    I really believe that if the Second Amendment would somehow get abolished — which the left would love, then the remaining Bill of Rights would follow. It’s that 2nd Amendment that truly makes our entire Constitution work. I like to think of it as the security guard or enforcer of the Constitution.

    wytammic

    June 3, 2007 at 11:17 pm

  7. Hi Grit

    As you well know the Right to Bear Arms was provided to the citizens as a way they could protect themselves from the tyranny of government. I know some may find that hard to believe, but our forefathers knew a little bit about the oppressive nature of government.

    Liberals dream of the day they can remove this right from the people, then it’s off to the races.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    June 4, 2007 at 10:48 am

  8. Hi w

    You are very right. Once the people lose the ability to protect themselves from government and roaming predators it can only go down hill from there.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    June 4, 2007 at 11:01 am

  9. Some Republican candidates, i.e. Duncan Hunter, are starting to realize that one of the best ways to reach voters is going through the “new” media. Blogs, baby. The internet is quickly becoming the one and only source of news for many Americans and I’m one of them. I hope that those candidates or someone on their staff actually reads the blog content. These are real Americans with real opinions, not Prime Time spin-masters backed by Democrat dollars. Like it or not, lots of Republicans stayed home last year to send a message and I hope these presidential candidates were listening. I firmly belive that this is an opportunity that must be snatched. Fabian Socialism has been at work in this country for years and a sly Democrat POTUS/Democrat Congress would be able to solidify these quiet changes and keep building. However, a true conservative Republican might be able to get things back on the moral track.

    YammerHammer

    June 4, 2007 at 6:43 pm

  10. Hi YH

    Of course depending where you go the blogs are filled with useful and necessary information which allows anyone to stay well ahead of today’s news media. I find many are very valuable when collecting facts which help in the process of forming reliable opinions.

    Speaking of blogs, do you have one? I find your take on things interesting and would like to read further.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    June 5, 2007 at 10:23 am


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