It Seems We are Facing a Dilemma: Continue fighting the GOP Cabal, or Quit Fighting and Try Another Way?
It is my understanding that at the last annual meeting of 1200+ Arizona State Committeemen, we had some 384 proxies voting. So, what’s the point? We can either fight and lose, or simply quit fighting. What’s the difference?
This is a contest, largely, between the reigning cabal and conservatives within the party. As we continue to fight, we continue to lose. In fact, with cabal supporters carrying 384 proxies in AZ, realistically there can never be any other outcome. Period.
Sure, we can continue to fight and lose, or we can wise up and quit fighting. Either way, we lose, so what’s the difference? The obvious answer is: None. What would this entail? Let’s consider quitting. I am at the point of quitting. The Party. Altogether.
Across our country, the problem is the same. Conservatives are being held in check and have little to no voice in the affairs of the party. There are various tools used by the cabal to control. In AZ, it’s proxies. In UT, it’s allowing conventions to be hamstrung by the way they have recently altered state law to defeat caucus selections of candidates. My point is, RINO’s rule. Whatever, however it’s done, it is time for a do over. Let’s do it.
When our own senators here in AZ--both of them--can vote to support Democrat positions and still claim to be conservative, there is little point is continuing this charade. We elected Pres. Trump, in the hope that he would clean house, and he is being controlled, not by Democrats, but by RINOs. Let’s stop pretending that we can have a voice, when it’s painfully obvious we cannot.
I propose, we just start over. How about, instead of registering new Republicans, we start registering new interested voters to a new AND REAL conservative party? As I see the problem, this is the ONLY way we can support the man we elected as president to do what he promised. It’s time to step away from the fight, end this charade, and start over.