Voting Conservative?

by Chris | September 15th, 2010

The new Limbaugh Doctrine is: Vote for the most conservative candidate on the ticket.


He rightly affirms that we are in a battle to sustain Liberty for Americans against soft tyranny, not a battle between Democrats and Republicans.

Other strategists advise to vote for the most conservative candidate on the ticket “who can win.”  That’s just the new version of “plug your nose and vote” or “vote for the lesser of two evils.”

If we’ve learned anything in California it should be that this strategy fails!

In fact I will push Limbaugh’s Doctrine just a bit further.  Vote for the most conservative conservative candidate on the ticket regardless of party affiliation.

Take a breath … I know some of you right now are beginning to steam up.

First I think it’s important to identify that the candidate must be “conservative” not simply “the most conservative” otherwise you may still be voting for the lesser of two evils.

Second, I included regardless of party affiliation because your conservative candidate might not be running with an “R” after their name.

Our strategy must serve to accomplish our goal … vote “for” a candidate not “against” one.

 

 

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