Thursday, August 26, 2010

More reasons why the GOP is no answer

Some readers might wonder why I have been so hard on the Republicans lately (recent examples 1, 2, and 3). It certainly isn't because I like the Democrats! If we are to regain our freedom, lower taxes, and maintain a sustainable economy that benefits all of us, we have to change our thinking. It's not about just R and D anymore. We have to think outside the box and look at other possibilities (such as my L or our friends' C).

Here is why we need to do so, from Rebecca Sink-Burris, a Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate from neighboring Indiana. While I think her race for U.S. Senate is a waste of time (not because she is Libertarian, but because she is running for U.S. Senate), her message is clear and needs to be broadcast to the general public.

Remember: the lesser of two evils is still evil.

Virtual buckeye to Jeremiah Arn via Facebook.


PhreedomPhan said...

This expresses my sentiments exactly. Especially since I heard Palin discribed as the "patron saint" of teaparty groups.

For the past two or three weeks I've been working on a post in this regard. To show the meaningless of "change" promises, I'm trying to show how the "out" party uses discontent to generate their "promises" which are quickly broken on election.

Unfortunately, I'm not a writer and it takes me time to write something coherent.

The post title I've been flirting with is "Tea Party? Or a Nice Hot Cup of Ratshit?


Northwestern Localist said...

The post title I've been flirting with is "Tea Party? Or a Nice Hot Cup of Ratshit?
Pretty catchy.