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Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Now comes the hard part:

Americans across the country have now largely finished the preliminaries leading up to the 2010 elections in November. Many states have completed primaries or other party candidate selections. Now we have just over four months to gear up for the general elections - - the ones that count.

Republicans, Independents and Tea Party favorites will be on the ballot, facing Progressive Democrats (Socialists), Independents and RINO’s. While it is unlikely that the Constitution will win majorities on both the Senate and House of Representatives, prospects for improving the ratio of Conservative to Socialist votes in both chambers are very good. We are likely to pick up Governors and state legislative seats as well.

Here is the issue: it will not be all downhill with a tailwind from now to November second. The Socialists will throw everything including the kitchen sink at us. They will try to ram or sneak through every bit of anti-Constitutional subversion they can, whether erosion or landslide. They will try to buy off votes with our money, with give-aways, grants, rebates, “patriotic” demonstrations, etc. They will try to divide and smear conservatives with lies, impersonations, counterfeit issues, and so forth. They will exploit or manufacture "crises" to distract or obstruct us. The Democratic Party is owned, top to bottom, by the Progressive Socialists. They will always seek to make government a little bigger and a little less Constitutional; or (like Obama) vastly bigger and more Marxist. Do research and inform EVERYONE of reliable information (not just cute YouTube bits or rumors).

Obviously, not everyone’s favorite candidate won their primary. The Republicans beat out Tea Partiers, Tea Partiers beat Independents, who beat Republicans, who beat other Republicans. In the next few days or weeks, do what research you can. Check old videos and articles of the candidates’ positions now and in the past (for example, California’s unsuccessful Republican Gubernatorial candidate Steve Poizner seemed to have shifted from middle left to hard right in just the last couple of months). We can't afford another counterfeit "moderate" like Obama.

Here’s the point: In each race, pick the best remaining conservative*, get behind them and push! Talk them up, write letters to editors, volunteer, call your friends, post stuff widely, and DON’T LET ANYONE STAY HOME ON ELECTION DAY! Every seat or office that is allowed to go un-fought must be assumed to go to the Socialists. We must create an ambiance of Constitutionality in our government; an atmosphere that gives our representatives the resolve to defund, repeal, replace and restore.

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*If the "best" looks weak or questionable, let them know that we will be watching, recall petitions in hand and ready to go!

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