Exactly. If they want to continue to live in a land of liberty and freedom, with the right to choose how they live, where and how, without the massive U.S. government and its leviathan bureaucracy making a tyranny of their daily existence, they better stop being single issue shmendriks and begin to see the writing on the wall.
The Democrat party has been taken over by radical marxist nut-jobs, it’s not the party of Kennedy anymore, but of marxists like Michael Moore and Van Jones. It’s a statist party that seeks to move the U.S. into the direction of European social democracies, something that the founders of this great country strove to prevent in crafting a document that limited their powers.
Out of political expediency, today’s Democrats, and a measure of RINO Republicans, are throwing the country off the cliff in trying to imitate Europe. The only thing that stands in their way are just few more lines within the U.S. constitution, and a groundswell of constitutionalists called the Tea Party.
The more you talk of liberty and freedom, the safeguarding of property rights, or in other words, keeping what you earn outside of funding legitimate government expenditures (which is directly tied to your liberty as the founders saw it) and limited government living within its means, the more people will be convinced that the Dems have gotten off track ages ago, and are headed down the socialist path.
Democrats are hoping that Indiana Treasurer Richard Mourdock’s decision to challenge 36-year veteran Dick Lugar for his Republican Senate seat may give them an advantage in the upcoming election.
But in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, the pro-Tea Party candidate says that he’s more confident than ever that mainstream, moderate Americans are ready to go Red. What they’re looking for, Mourdock says, are conservative candidates who are ready to stand up to unfriendly crowds–and that they want to elect Republican leaders with the charisma to convert liberals.
Apparently, Governor Sarah Palin agrees with him because she just endorsed Mourdock on Friday:
Richard Mourdock is the conservative choice for Indiana. Senator Lugar’s 36 years of service as a Senator are appreciated, but it’s time for the torch to pass to conservative leadership in Washington that promises to rein in government spending now.
Here’s what Mourdock had to say to Breitbart News in the midst of this hotly contested primary, which comes to a vote on May 8.