Republicans need to review the past in order to effectively move into the future.
And Republicans need to regain their core values fast in order to effectively work through the current Obama Administration’s march toward socialism.
The Republican past is not John McCain, much as he is loved and admired.
And though many of us think about Ronald Reagan, we must grasp the values and not the personalities we need now — a personality will rise in his or her own time.
Mark Levin’s book “Liberty and Tyranny” is an effort to get us all to think again about the values we need.
Judd Gregg, who nearly became Barack Obama’s Commerce Secretary, seems to have regained his good thinking and is now speaking out about the Obama budget.
“It just seems inappropriate and irresponsible to spend so much that we send along a huge debt to our children and grandchildren,” he said today on the Fox News Channel.
Good Republican thinking.
“This is a massive spending document that increases government and taxes dramatically.”
So is that a good thing?
Republican cannot allow Rahm Emanuel, Robert Gibbs and the others to define them. Democrats fear a united conservative movement and have worked hard to make the discussion about Limbaugh or Steele.
The discussion is not about who. The discussion is about the values and how best to achieve them.
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