Please understand that when it comes to what I am, I am not a Republican first. If I am anything at all, I am a Christian saved by the blood of Christ and redeemed for His eternal glory. I would also say that I am a conservative. Being a Republican comes way down the list of things that I am.
I post this statement by Elbert Guillory because he so captures what it means to be a Republican. Listen to it. Think about it. The Democratic Party has always been the party of slavery, and as Senator Guillory points out, they still are today. They don’t want freedom for their constituents. They want to control their constituents and everyone else. Mr. Guillory truly tells us what is at stake when one joins a political party and gives us the real reason he switched from the plantation owning Democratic Party to being a Republican. God bless Senator Guillory for having the courage to stand up against the culture, his former party and to the forces that be in Louisiana.
Here is another video of Senator Guillory, telling us where he stands concerning the Second Amendment
I love seeing some of the young adults in our country who get it concerning politics. The Chicago Young Republicans put together this remix of the song “Call Me Maybe” about wanting our country back from Obama and the nee for more people to join in the Republican cause.
More importantly, the country has shifted back to more of a conservative and Constitutional position. We basically told Obama that his agenda was out of step with the country yesterday. I know we didn’t win the Senate and Harry Reid is still around, but the power that he wielded, along with Obama’s has come to an end.
Even better, Pelosi is no longer Speaker of the House. That goes to John Boehner. Expect the house to turn back the socialism express!
I also want to congratulate Stephen Fincher. He won the Tennessee 8th District and did so without the mud slinging. It was so good to watch his campaign ads. (I would post one, but can’t seem to post anything that doesn’t come up on Youtube.) Once he got to the point of facing socialist Ron Herron, he kept it clean and focused on the issues.
The best ad was done by his father. His dad just talked about how all the attacks on his son were not going to help the economy, or restore jobs to America. Great point. Herron spent all his money attacking Fincher so that we never really heard what he stood for. Can’t say that I blame Herron. If he had to tell us what he truly believed and stood for, there was no way he would win. Guess what? That attack ads didn’t work at all. Fincher got 59 percent of the vote. I would say that was a resounding rebuke for Herron. Given he is a Democrat, he will miss probably miss the rebuke and continue on in his socialist ways.