You’ve probably heard that we finally have confirmation: the Obama Administration cooked unemployment numbers in the run-up to Election 2012. Welch, Trump and Santelli suddenly seem a little less nuts, don’t they?
I’ve never trusted this President from day one because I bothered to research his background unlike most of my fellow voters. I know how he thinks. The Democrat Party’s disturbing yet effective moral relativist streak goes hand-in-hand with its prevailing ideology, and the end result has been lies of increasing frequency and magnitude over the past 20 years. Fake jobs numbers and “you can keep your doctor” are only the latest, biggest. baddest examples.
The Obama Administration is just the culmination of the long-decline of a once-great political party.
And that’s all happening at 30,000 feet. We can find plenty of examples right here in New Jersey of the Democrat win-at-any-cost attitude. Ask Asm. John Amodeo about it. He lost one of the year’s narrowest elections after the court decided it was appropriate to count LD2 ballots which clearly did not conform to election law. “Every vote should count” is all we’re told when we question why the law shouldn’t apply to everyone.
How do we beat people who are quite literally willing to do anything to win?
I don’t pretend to have all of the answers, Save Jerseyans, only the right questions. It’s nice that we finally have the truth and the President is FINALLY paying a political price for his lies with a 37% approval rating. But how long will voters’ memories last? It would’ve been nice to have a national vote on the real facts before we reelected him.
Frustrating, for sure. What I do know? As conservative Republicans, our only available recourse is to strive for perfection in all of our efforts. We need to run the best campaigns and the most talented people that we can muster. We’re running uphill and the slope isn’t getting any less steep with every failed electoral effort.
The only other option is to become like them and I’m frankly not willing to sell my soul. I suspect you agree. So let’s get busy…