I agree with everything this guy says about the Republican party and his sentiment, except the date. The date the principled conservative movement actually lost any hope of reforming the Republican party was May 20th 2014. This is the same exact date that Jeb Bush became the absolute guaranteed GOP candidate for 2016.
Everything between May 20th 2014 and November 8th 2016 is baked into the cake.
(Bell News) The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again while expecting a different result.
Over the past 40 plus years of life I have been fed the line that if a person doesn’t vote for the Republicans then the Democrats will win. Or if we start a third party it will split the vote and the Democrats will win.
The problem is if both the Republican and the Democratic parties are so infiltrated with Progressives to such an extent that they are basically two cheeks of the same ass, and no matter what party I vote for I end up with a Progressive party, then what’s the point of voting for a Republican let alone voting at all?
The GOP’s actions today (combined with actually suggesting Jeb Bush as a Presidential candidate, pushing for Amnesty, the list goes on and on..), with refusing to vote out Progressive John Boehner as Speaker of the House, and then immediately taking revenge upon the few Republicans who actually listened to the wishes of the people, has told me what I’ve already known for a long time but was afraid to admit.
It’s time to throw the Republicans to the curb.
It’s time to start a new political party.
Now for those who would argue with me and say that “We need to take back the party” I have one word for you: (read more)
Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush – “What Difference Does It Make” ?
Take the model of UKIP and form a 3rd party asap. 2016 is already a write off. The Goal is now 2020.