Punishment Is For Primaries: Now Is The Time For A Straight “R” Vote

What do I mean? All of us know a Republican (or two) who are not perfect conservatives, or don’t hew to the party platform. Granite Grok is pretty outspoken about such “RINOs,” but the time to punish, or at least replace, these wayward souls is in the primary.

Guess what? We have a pretty good team, good enough that even the Nashua Telegraph has endorsed several of them for their responsible stewardship of government spending and the economy. The Dems, meanwhile, are itching to undermine the economy with taxes and regulations, blow fiscal restraint out of the window, and restrict your liberties and rights.

This is not the time to punish any of the Republicans on our team, either by staying home, or by voting for some mythical candidate. Let’s face it, votes for Libertarians in the primary were as rare as unicorns, and there’s no way they win any position in the general election. Any misplaced or withheld vote will simply help elect a Democrat, and if you want to talk about punishment, that is exactly what you will get if the Dems win! Here’s a few brief comments I delivered to the Hollis GOP:

And if you needed any further confirmation that third party candidates are just a vote-siphoning ruse (ahem, Jill Stein, ahem), check out this article on Dem funded “independents” at American Spectator.

Mike Rogers.
by Mike

Mike is a British import of more than 30 years, who was a conservative in the days of Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan.

A staunch constitutionalist, Mike espouses all good causes toward the libertarian side of conservative – EG he who governs least, governs best. He believes that the Declaration, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights mean what they say, and that candidates for office should take their oaths of office seriously.
Here to defend, without irony “Your rights as Englishmen from distant and tyrannical government”, Mike knows whereof he speaks and exhorts all US citizens to live, breathe and teach our history and our constitution.