Courtesy of Jazz Patriot
As someone who considers himself a true conservative, I’ve always felt that I must support the most conservative candidate running, whether we’re talking about a national race or a state race. This view, quite often, creates conflict with those republicans who are obsessed with the highly over-rated notion of elect ability, which more times than not totally ignores the ideological criteria that prompted them to identify themselves as republicans in the first place.
I’m so tired of hearing about a candidate’s ability to raise money as being the preeminent criteria for deciding who to support, particularly during a primary campaign. If ideology is ignored then what is the purpose of pouring all our energies into electing a candidate, who will always fall short of our greatest hopes and expectations. If you pick a candidate
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In the present campaign for electing a republican to the Presidency, it seems to me that the Republican establishment as well as the candidate they have backed from the very start of the political season, Mitt Romney, has gone out of its way to ignore ideology, at least until the announcement yesterday in Norfolk. VA, that pro-lifer and conservative fiscal policy guru, Paul Ryan, had been selected as Romney’s choice for vice president. (read more)