Jeb speaks about governing, talking about how he wants to govern the United States, offering the same pablum and weak statements that are far short of what America needs after Obama. No, Jeb, we don't need governance, we need leadership by a person of vision and courage who can bring this country back to a position of leadership that we need and that the world needs. With all due respect, you Jeb, don't have it.
Bringing millions of illegal aliens to America who have no interest in assimilation and who are coming for the freebies is a back breaker for a country that is financially on the ropes right now. Such a move will destroy more jobs for Americans by giving them to cheaper labor, a goal of Jeb's money backers who don't fully understand how that will also provide for a permanent Democratic majority.
And what about the one world governance push that you seemingly agree with and all of the other issues that we face?When I listen to Jeb speak and he is by no means sounding clear and confident, I see a man who offers only a slight difference from the drivel that comes out of the mouth of Hillary. In fact, I'm sure that Jeb has more in common with her than he does with the average American who is watching his/her finances dwindle while Jeb's crony capitalist buddies rake in the money. The middle class is being destroyed, leaving us with a society of masters and serfs and Jeb is right in the middle of that action.
Then there's Common Core, a program which is supposed to promote excellence in education but instead has created a nightmare. The math instruction is absurd and so are many of the examples used throughout the program's content, some of which has a decided anti-Christian slant and in instances even uses inappropriate sexual content not appropriate for children. I think it will actually just perpetuate political correctness and the dumbing down of America but, then again, it seems that is what the internationalists want; little living automatons doing what they're told and little more. Nope, that's not acceptable, we need some good independent thinking not group think if we want to bring America back. And unfortuately for Jeb, he is a major proponent of this program which needs to be scrapped with its replacement left to the states and the localities.
I've been a Republican all my life and I've never said this before, but after the pathetic candidacies of McCain and Romney in two past election cycles, I will not vote for a third round of the same mush. Oh, they were decent men, but they didn't offer the conservative leadership that America needed; they were just middle-of-the-road and more of the same. And in Jeb's case, he should know better, but I guess the lure of Washington power is too much to bear for so many who get the fever for it.
We've got plenty of other candidates to choose from who are so much better, candidates with a solid core and a record of Conservatism. Examples include Governor Scott Walker, Governor Bobby Jindal and Senator Ted Cruz, all on my favorites list but there are a number of others. So let's just tell Jeb that his time is up and thanks, but we don't need him. At least I don't and I certainly won't support him if he somehow becomes the Republican candidate in the general election. I fear if he does, it won't really make very much difference who is President, for our fate will be sealed.
Pray for the future of America and a new President who is vibrant, smart and conservative to the core. That's what we need in America today.