My Dilemma: My Party is broken
I am if you have not realized reading my posts, a liberal conservative Tea Party Republican. I promote limited government, less regulation, balanced budgets and more personal liberty. I believe that the Constitution of the Union and that original limited document that constituted the California Constitution was divinely inspired.
I am so disappointed in my Party’s local choices this year. The GOP has been totally taken over in California. It is the shill at the Democrat’s PT Barnum Sideshow we all call Sacramento.
What we have is a bunch of mealy mouthed neocons who stand for nothing, believe in nothing and are only concerned with their popularity.
In California we are regulated to an economic standstill. Our personal Rights are in constant peril of disappearing. California would love to see you loaded on pot so that they might pick your pocket while you lay wasted in front of your TV. Sacramento would like to see you unarmed and drugged while the 1% that are in this case Fascists masquerading as Democrats, try to convince us all that they know best. And as long as the California GOP is guaranteed their piece of the spoils, they do nothing.
No one wins on principle and intelligence anymore. The decider is always Money. Republicans end up with piss poor choices financed by San Francisco liberal organizations cloaked in patriotic Neoconservative names. The GOP is bound to loose in California, the Extremist of the fascist left have a stranglehold on it.
Other than bringing down the house, I have no idea how to cure this political/social conundrum.
This year party be damned, I vote on principle. I will this year vote for the individuals I trust will do the job holding to the majority of the principles I hold dear as a liberal conservative Tea Party Republican . I will not vote for those who expect its a personality contest and stand in the wings wanking, as my State and Union disintegrate before my eyes..
I continue to register as a member of the Republican Party as has been our family’s tradition since the Civil War. This year, I will not vote for a person just because he or she is a member of the GOP, just because its the GOP thing to do. I will no longer vote with my heart but more with my brain.
You can take from this, whatever you think I am trying to convey. You are probably wrong.