Conservatism is the Only “Outreach” the Republican Party Really Needs
Conservatism works every time.
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I’m not trying to insult you Libertarians. I’m just tired of groupifying everyone. I’m just worn out with it. I think it’s a trick. I think it’s a penalty. That’s what the Democrats do. The Democrats are the party. They are a coalition of a little group here, a little group there, and these groups have one or two things in common, and that’s it. The two things they have in common, they all hate conservatives and Republicans and they all believe government ought to make everything right that they think is wrong. But not all people in the global warming movement are pro-choice for example. And not all the pro-choicers are into unions or whatever.
But every Democrat constituency group has at least two things in common. They hate us. They despise opposition. That’s why they created political correctness. Speech censorship. They hate opposition and they’ll do anything they can to eliminate it. That’s how you get a mayor who won’t let you eat what you want to eat, because he thinks you don’t have the sense to make the right kind of decisions about your diet, for crying out loud, or about the car you drive. To me there’s nothing about that party I want to emulate. There’s nothing about the Democrat Party I want to be like. There’s nothing they do that I want to copycat, and especially I don’t want to end up looking at people in this country as members of groups and then as victims.
And so reaching out to Libertarians, reaching out to the Hispanics, leaves me cold. We don’t have to. We have a political message that is timeless and speaks to the heart and mind of everybody who can be made to hear it. And it is the language of the founding of this country. It is rooted in the notion of creation by God. The natural state of that creation is the yearning to be free, and the understanding that those natural rights of freedom come from our creator, from our God, from your higher power, whatever you want to call it. They do not come from Barack Obama or Ted Kennedy or Woodrow Wilson or Fidel Castro or any other despot. They don’t come from the government.
They are the way we are made, every one of us around the world. That’s what has been exceptional about this country. This country was founded with the understanding of what people really are, who people really are and what really is important about humanity. That’s the blessing. The Democrat Party exists to snuff all of that out. We don’t have to reach out to Hispanics, reach out to this group or that group. The Republican Party might, but we conservatives don’t. The Republican Party can fix itself and start winning elections every time, or most of the time, if they’ll just stop all this fear and panic and become conservatives.