Conservatives prove once again that they’re racists. Look what they just did. No doubt the Democrats will pull the ubiquitous race card again:
Ted Cruz, R-Texas, has won another straw poll, boosting his national profile and elevating his name among potential 2016 presidential contenders. . . . Cruz finished in first place in the annual conference’s presidential straw poll at 30.33%. Dr. Ben Carson, a Fox News commentator and conservative activist, finished in second with 29.38% while Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, was third with 10.43%.
A black man and a Hispanic man pulled in 60 percent of the vote at the Republican Leadership Conference.
The racism of conservatives runs deep. That’s why they elected Bobby Jindal in Louisiana, Nikki Haley in South Carolina, and Tim Scott in North Carolina.
No doubt the Democrats will say that Cruz and Carson are GOP puppets, racial window dressing just to win elections. Liberals don’t care much for racial equality. What they really want is political singularity that sees the State as a benefactor, the creation of a new form of slavery where everybody is equal.
How do you think this GOP presidential ticket would do in November 2016? Dr. Carson doesn’t have any political experience. You know who else had almost no political experience? Barack Obama. But most of the articles I read about President Obama in 2008 spent more time on his “stirring keynote address at a Democratic National Convention” and his “eloquence and hopeful approach to politics,” more than his political experience.
As we now know, Obama’s “eloquence” has done wonders for our struggling economy. His policies have been some of the most destructive our nation has ever experienced.
Anyway, who needs experience? Those with experience get us into wars, ruin education, and wreck the economy, and devalue our freedoms.
The vast majority of conservatives don’t care a thing about race or national origin. It’s policies that we care about.
Cruz’s address was among the most popular. He was interrupted several times by cheers and standing ovations—especially when he told the crowd he was “convinced” the Republican Party would retake control of Congress in the midterm elections this fall.
Cruz won the Values Voter summit’s presidential straw poll last fall, and came in second to Sen. Paul in this year’s straw poll at the big Conservative Political Action Conference.
The potential 2016 presidential candidate said that across the country, people tell him that they are scared—of losing their freedom, losing their constitutional rights, and bankrupting their children and grandchildren.
It’s not about skin color, race, or national origin; it’s about policies.
In addition to ridding Congress of political destroyers from the Democrat Party, it’s also important to do a bit of GOP housecleaning:
“The problem with the Republican Party is that we have people in the party who don’t believe in the very foundational principles of our party,” said [Rick] Santorum, going on to criticize the party’s “moderate” funders, an ”expert political class” from “dark-blue communities” in major cities.
The people Santorum is talking about are all white!1 Once again, it’s policy, not race.
- One of the reasons Santorum lost his Senate seat in 2008 in Pennsylvania is because he turned moderate and supported Arlen Specter over Pat Toomey in the 2004 election.(↩)