Take care of them first, then the Marxists in the democrat machine, something that should have taken place ages ago. “Compassionate conservatism” has been a misnomer from the very beginning, Conservatism is compassionate, the most compassionate political force ever invented, and that means without tacking left.
Allowing the people to take control over their own lives once again, without big, bloated federal government determining every little step of their lives, is compassionate. Recognizing individual sovereignty and the right of that individual’s property rights…is compassionate, as well as the rejection of burdening future generations with massive debt.
Get rid of the operatives, the RINOS, and finally the Marxists within the Democrat Party machine, then the light at the end of the tunnel will be in view.
TEA PARTY GROUPS ATTACK ROVE MACHINE
With Karl Rove under heavy fire after his group, the Conservative Victory Project, took to the pages of the New York Timesto attack the Tea Party, donors are beginning to turn on the Project. Politico reports Friday morning that the Project will “essentially preform oppo research and grade potential candidates on a variety of factors that might affect their ability to win a general election contest.” Some donors are overjoyed at the opportunity, including media honcho Stan Hubbard and Fred Malek of the American Action Network.
But others don’t trust Rove and the American Crossroads team to judge talent for office, says Politico: “the plan has sparked nearly unanimous opposition from anti-establishment deep-pocketed conservatives who have begun formulating their own big-money counter plans.” Those opponents could include other major super PACs who have long believed that Rove’s establishment bona fides prevent him from making truly conservative decisions about candidates.
And even some of Rove’s heretofore allies may be wary of his crystal ball strategy after the disastrous 2012 election cycle, which heralded not just the loss of Senate seats in Tea Party-influenced races like Indiana, but establishment strongholds like Wisconsin. American Crossroads had a mere 5.7% rate of return – just 5.7% of the money they spent on the 2012 election was actually spent on winning candidates.