As usual, Republicans have trouble with messaging, but they try. The less dictatorial the leadership, the more difficult it is to get people to agree on anything. Want a silly example? http://commitmenttoamerica.com/ takes us to https://www.republicanleader.gov/commitment/. Apparently, Speaker To Be Kevin McCarthy did not want the document here, https://www.gop.gov/commitmenttoamerica. I don’t know exactly why, but politics are often inscrutable. Politicians are hard to lead, and they often don’t tell us everything we want to know.
Yet Democrats don’t seem to have that problem. Their leaders put together huge bills, and Democrat politicians vote for those bills, and they don’t even have to read what they are voting for. Isn’t that great?
Of course, that is not great. So, let’s put the sarcasm aside. The Republican Commitment To America is worth reading. Please share it with your friends. That is that only way to get it pass Google, Facebook, Twitter, and the like. The so-called mainstream news media won’t publicize it, and 70% of Republican campaign emails go to spam on Google Mail, compared to just 10% of Democrat campaign emails (statistics from the The Republican Commitment To America).
Here is some the talk out there.
Is The Republican Commitment To America doable? That depends upon us. We must strive to elect leaders who will let us work to build a strong economy, let us make America a safe place for our families, let us prepare our children for a bright future, and let us provide ourselves with leaders who serve us instead of using us.
Why should we support The Republican Commitment To America? In addition to defining the problem, Republicans propose solutions, and the solutions look much like what Donald Trump did and was trying to do when he was president.
Note something critical. If we want to see The Republican Commitment To America implemented, then we must vote for Republicans, and we must fight to nominate the best Republicans we can. It is not enough to vote in the general election. We must participate in nomination Republican candidates. That is the only way to get rid of the RINOs who say one thing when they are running for office and do something else after we vote for them.
Can we affect the nomination process this year? No. We have run out of time, but we can get ready for the future. We can visit our local Republican Party office, and we can join up. Now is as good a time as any to figure out how our political system works and to learn how we can participate in the process of electing our public officials.
We learn by doing something. We learn on the job. As good citizens, it is our job to elect good and competent people to lead us. Hopefully, The Republican Commitment To America helps to motivates the citizens of America to be good citizens.