Wednesday, December 17, 2014

No More Bush Clan Elections

No More "Clan" Politicians
Michelle Malkin wrote an article about Jeb Bush. I not only agree with it, but also want to point out that we no longer need GOP establishment poster-boy candidates (like Mitt Romney) in order to achieve true reformation back to the constitutional republic for which the Founders created and Benjamin Franklin pessimism when he said, "...If you can keep it".

One of the reasons why the Tea Party movement began and took off across the country is that they all had several principles meant to be administered by the so-called Republican Party - no more candidates that give voters the choice of choosing the lesser evil. Constitutionalists, whatever party they belong to or as independents, must be the gist of a candidates agenda and political platform.
More and more voters are realizing that the primary election is important to weed out the wannabees and those sincere about representing the people and upholding constitutional law.
If Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush end up the runners for presidential election of 2016 - the choosing of the lesser evils will apply; and true reformation will once again be put on the back burner - something the United States can no longer endure. We, the People, and the United States need an across-the-board complete reformation that is based upon the form of government the founders created - not what politicians have made it. That covers a myriad of domestic issues, securing our border, no tolerance for illegal aliens, a foreign policy that does not dole out funds to foreign countries that we cannot afford; and actually keeping a budget that is required by Congress by the Constitution. Income tax must be relegated to the dustbin of history where it belongs; which will also make the IRS practically disappear, ending up a much smaller and limited arm of the federal government - et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.
As Michelle put it:
Allow me to unite America's left, right and center in just three words: No, Jeb, No. ... There's no popular groundswell for Bush Part III. None, zip, nada. Independents, progressives and conservatives are all weary of the entrenched bipartisan dynasties that rule Washington and ruin America. Only in the hallowed bubble of D.C. and New York City elites does a Jeb Bush presidential bid make any sense. ... For Republicans who argue that Jeb is the most "electable" choice, I ask: What planet are you on? After two disastrous terms of Barack Obama's Hope and Change Theater, the last thing the Republican Party needs is an establishment poster child for Washington business as usual. ... A Beltway-ensconced scion so chummy with the Clinton family that he awarded close family friend -- and potential 2016 nemesis -- Hillary a "Liberty Medal" last year as chairman of the National Constitution Center? 
... Jeb Bush's agenda is neither left nor right. His agenda is the agenda of the D.C. headquarters of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Remember: The chamber is a politically entrenched synod of bipartisan special interests. As I've said before, these fat cats do not represent the best interests of American entrepreneurs, American workers, American parents and students or Americans of any race, class or age who believe in low taxes and limited government. 
... The reign of Obama ushered in massive cronyism, corporate favoritism and Boomtown boondoggles galore. We've lived too long already under the boot of arrogant D.C. bureaucrats who've exploited their power to serve their friends.
No more business as usual: Stop Jeb Bush.
Well said, Ms. Malkin. 

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