Democrats, There Is One Thing I Admire About You

By | November 21, 2012

I hate to say it, but there is one thing I admire about the Democrats, something that I wish the Republicans would pick-up as well. It is something that is so simple and so easy to do, yet the Republicans refuse to do it and I believe it actually helps the Democrats win elections: one word, Loyalty.

No matter how asinine a statement a Democrat makes, and we all have heard some beauts, they always back each other up. All you have to do is look at Vice President Biden, the man truly has diarrhea of the mouth, but he is always being defended, no matter what. Take a look at Obama, it is irrelevant what he says or does, he too is always being backed up by his party. The result is that the Democrats always look like they are together; all on the same page and are moving in the same direction.

Now, let us take a look at the Republicans who seem to enjoy bad mouthing each other. Why, what good does it do? After losing the election, Romney said in front of a group of backers why he thought Obama won the election, he said “What the president’s campaign did was focus on certain members of his base coalition, give them extraordinary financial gifts from the government, and then work very aggressively to turn them out to vote, and that strategy worked.”

I could not agree more. I believe that statement to be 100% accurate. So why are fellow Republicans bringing the hammer down on him?

Bobby Jindal came out swinging, criticizing Romney for what he said. “I don’t think that represents where we are as a party and where we’re going as a party.” Jindal charged. “That has got to be one of the most fundamental takeaways from this election: If we’re going to continue to be a competitive party and win elections on the national stage and continue to fight for our conservative principles, we need two messages to get out loudly and clearly: One, we are fighting for 100 percent of the votes, and secondly, our policies benefit every American who wants to pursue the American dream. Period, No exceptions.”

Hey Bobby, why don’t you start by supporting our Presidential Candidate? That might show some unity.

Newt  Gingrich said:  “I’m very disappointed with Governor Romney’s analysis, which I believe is insulting and profoundly wrong. First of all, we didn’t lose Asian-Americans because they got any gifts. He did worse with Asian-Americans than he did with Latinos. This is the hardest-working and most successful ethnic group in America. They ain’t into gifts. Second, it’s an insult to all Americans. It reduces us to economic entities. You have no passion, no idealism, no dreams, no philosophy. If it had been that simple, my question would be, why didn’t you outbid him?”

Newt, why didn’t we out bid him? Because that is not what our party is about, we are not for giving away the store just to win an election. This is why Newt did not win the nomination, because he came across as an old cranky sore loser. Well, his statements just prove that is what he is.

These two guys are either blind or refuse to face reality. Obama won the election by dividing the country into groups, and promising them what they wanted. The rest of the Democrats went along for the ride, plain and simple. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that.

I know many of you reading this are saying what a hypocrite I am, preaching loyalty while condemning fellow Republicans. Well in a way, I guess I am, but it had to be said. I believe we could win more elections if we stood unified, as the Democrats seem to do so well.

Ronald Reagan had a rule he called the 11th commandment, it went like this: “Thou shall not speak ill of any fellow Republican.” How we got away from that and why we do not stand by it is beyond me. But I think it is something we all must do as Republicans if we want to win more elections.

The Democrats have a jackass for a mascot, which should tell you something. We should be fighting them, not each other.

This is one man’s opinion.

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10 thoughts on “Democrats, There Is One Thing I Admire About You

  1. L.E. Liesner

    The Democrats have what I call a blind lock step loyality, and it is assentuated by socialistic main stream media propaganda organization. While most of us Republicans still believe truth, honor and the American way,Democrats only believe their way. This blind loyality may win elections, but look at what it has done for freedom of the American people. Also blind loyality will faulter when the redistribution of other peoples money an property runs out.

    1. Jan Brown

      You’re quite right, L.E. as far as you take it. Stil let’s not leave out those ‘conservative’ voter’s that did not get their personal choice as a candidate & either refused to vote or voted for the Libertrian & Green Party on the ballot full well knowing those candidates were symbolic only to salve their own sense of rightesnous while increasing the wound already inflected on the rest of their countrymen…If the Republicans cannot get beyound their own inflated egos & unite we’d better find an alternative…fast!

  2. ArdvarkMaster

    If Republicans go the route of amnesty for illegal aliens and try to become democrat lite, they will lose my vote and my money.

    If someone wants to vote for the ideas and “principles” that are the Democrat Party, why would you vote Republican (Democrat Lite) when you could vote Democrat?

    1. Chris Vaca

      The main reason I vote Republican is because they stand for a small federal government, low taxes, and a strong defence. There is not one Democrat that believes in that.

      1. ArdvarkMaster

        It has been a long time since the GOP was the party of “small federal government, low taxes, and a strong defence”. Republicans have been adding to government, only at a slightly slower rate (name one department they have actually cut, not reduced the rate of growth). Remember the Prescription drug Program for seniors. How was that small government and low taxes?

        Boehner has always had a weak spine when it came to fighting for small government and low taxes. He will cave into Obama, taxes will go up, government will grow, and Republicans will try to become a weak imitation of Democrats to garner votes.

        If the Republican Party decides to forgo fiscal responsibility, support amnesty in any form, and ignore the lessons that low tax rate increase business activity in an effort to court voters now supporting Democrats, they will lose my vote and my money. I already do not vote for or support the Republican representative in my district because he voted for the bailout.

        1. Chris Vaca

          I could not agree more, the party has punked out, they need to grow their balls again.

  3. Dave Cox

    The problem is the GOP isn’t willing to learn from the past. If you look at what happened in 2010 when republicans won several seats in the house of representative and in the senate they were backed by the tea party and the christians. Did the GOP learn from that? No, they nominated a moderate that alot of tea party members wouldn’t support and he was a mormon in which a lot of christians felt they couldn’t vote for. Romney done what he was supposed to do so it wasn’t his fault he lost. He was a moderate when we needed a true conservative. It was the GOP’s fault for not nominating a true conservative that the tea party and christians could rally behind.

    1. Chris Vaca

      Hi Dave, We had Republicans and Conservatives bitching about Obama for the past four years, then they stayed home. As far as I am concerned, they are the ones that put Obama back in office, No vote was a vote for Obama.
      What happened to all those people who said Any Body But Obama?

      1. Jerry Peters

        I agree Chris, the people who stayed home put Obama back in office. As far as I am concerned they have no right to complain about anything that Obama does, they lost that right by staying home.

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