Wednesday, September 15, 2010

The Limbaugh Rule: Vote For Most Conservative Candidate in the Primary

In days of yore, William F. Buckley invented a rule for primary elections:  vote for the most conservative candidate who can win.

Rush Limbaugh has come up with a new rule:  "In an election year when voters are fed up with liberalism, you vote for the most conservative Republican in the primary -- period."

I agree with Rush, and that was the point of my previous post on Christine O'Donnell:  let's support real conservatives in the primaries and take our chances in the general election.  We will no longer support RINOs, period.

Right now the nation is thoroughly disgusted with socialist-liberalism and are ready for a change, perhaps a large, sweeping change.  The door has been opened for a strong move to the right in American politics, and we must make the most of a historical opportunity.

Let's stop our slow retreat in the face of statism and counterattack.

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