Thank goodness THAT’S over…

Final thoughts before I go to bed and try to sleep.

1.  He may have won the election, but like his predecessor, he’ll be hard-pressed to win the hearts and minds of the other side.  It’s time for put up or shut up.

2.  Can we survive the next four years, fellow conservatives?  Only if we take this opportunity to REALLY root out the stinking causes of the farce that our side has become.  The Republican party has all too often over the last couple of decades morphed into the worst embodiment of political stereotypes.  This isn’t Ronald Reagan’s party… and the idiots who have hijacked his ideals, only to crash them into tall, Washington buildings MUST be evicted.  The GOP needs an enema, and hopefully this election (and the coming… OBAMA administration… gee, THAT hurts to type,) will be the last bitter pill that conservative America has to swallow before we finally DO something DIFFERENT.

Can we do it?  Can we survive, in the face of what we’re being told about the “coming Democrat tsunami?”  I believe so.  And the sooner we stop despairing and start cleaning our OWN house, the better.

We have the opportunity to thrive.  YES WE CAN.

6 Responses to “Thank goodness THAT’S over…”

  1. 1 Leigh Ann
    November 5, 2008 at 6:00 am

    Well said. Hopefully this is the wakeup call the “conservatives” need. This country was founded to get away from the oppressive taxation of leaders like Obama. We need to regroup and rise up a stronger party, and we need to get this country back on track, back to how our founding fathers invisioned it!!

  2. November 5, 2008 at 3:14 pm

    This was probably necessary, but very painful.

    This whole thing starts with Conservative Representatives and moves from there. This might take a little longer than four years. Essentially, Nixon led to Carter and that led to Reagan. There was a purge after Nixon.

    It is probably time for another purge of Congress.

  3. 3 Gary Gray
    November 7, 2008 at 3:09 pm

    This is great! Get Some Guns!!


    Looks like Obama has provided an economic spark.

  4. November 8, 2008 at 2:34 pm

    I’m not sure about an eternal tsunami for the Dems, however. They’re riding high in the saddle now, obviously, but the aura of Obama as the messiah will not survive all that long. Now he must show who he is in the world of governing and in the world of consequences and blame.

  5. 5 steppingthru
    November 12, 2008 at 7:35 pm

    Well written blog! You are so right about the conservatives cleaning house. We need to start now so that four years from now we can clean the mess up I feel we are going to be swimming in.


    I guess one question we can start with is Sarah Palin. Is she part of the solution, or just a prettier face of the problem? (I’m inclined to believe the former.)

  6. November 13, 2008 at 7:46 pm

    I, too, am very much inclined to the former assertion. As Thomas Sowell wrote, praising her, “she’s got her head on straight.” That means she doesn’t worry about fashionable, NYT politics or moral posturing, rather, she just works for American strategic self-interest and believes in the original values of this country: self-reliance, self-sufficiency, free competiton, and being there to help allies and to help decency. She’s a valued presence, and we got lucky when she entered the national scene.

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