Conservative News & Commentary

Feb 27, 2014 — by: P. Henry
Categories: Government, Culture

Suppose I were to list a set of qualifications and then ask you a question after each, “Would you vote for that person? Yes or No?” Well suppose no longer. That is exactly what this article does.

  1. Would you vote for someone who had spent 30 years in politics?
  2. Would you vote for someone who had spent 30 years in the private sector?
  3. Would you vote for someone who has a record of increasing spending?
  4. Would you vote for someone who has a record of being a fiscal conservative (not increasing spending)?
  5. Would you vote for someone who has a record of raising taxes?
  6. Would you vote for someone who has stood strong against new taxes?
  7. Would you vote for someone who has voted to allow the NSA to continue spying on Americans?
  8. Would you vote for someone who has said he would vote to unfund the NSA so it could no longer breach the 4th Amendment?
  9. Would you vote for someone who has continued to fully fund Obamacare?
  10. Would you vote for someone who has said they would not vote for any funding of Obamacare?

Look at your answers:

  • If you answered No to the odd numbered questions and Yes to the even numbered ones, then you are a conservative.
  • If you answered Yes to any of the odd ones or No to any of the even ones then you probably are a moderate.

That is the exact difference in this year’s primary. Greg Walden represents saying Yes to the odd numbered questions (moderate). Dennis LInthicum represents saying Yes to the even numbered ones (conservative).

Do we need more moderates in DC or more Conservatives? Go do the right thing and support the real conservative in this race.

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