What we have today is absolute lawlessness and chaos on our borders courtesy of our federal government which is likely to have been a key player in instigating the problem in the first place. And now, to add fuel to the fire, Matt Drudge reports that Nancy Pelosi, the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, is going to the border to welcome these illegals to America. She reiterates the claim of the Democrats that anyone should be allowed to come to America if they want to, clearly signifying their desire to destroy our border in its entirety forever.
Meanwhile, Speaker Boehner is submitting a law suit on behalf of the House against the President for failure to faithfully execute the laws of the land. And while the gesture is certainly appropriate, this case will be mired in the legal system for years while half of Latin America can enter our country illegally by the time any court action is concluded. Other than that, the Republicans are largely silent but, then again, I guess they are still celebrating their "victory" of dirty tricks to help Thad Cochran defeat Chris McDaniel.
So with a President and his party pushing lawlessness and the loyal opposition not really offering any opposition, what do we do? Well, we must vote for the candidate who is most likely to be swayed our way on the issues and pushed into taking action. This means, and I have to cringe a little when I say this, we must vote for the Republicans, not because they are all representative of our views but they are they only ones who will even possibly support our views. The Democrats have made it crystal clear that they are the party of George Soros and the UN.
So why would I say the Republicans deserve our vote? Well, I didn't say they deserve it, but they offer our only hope, and here's the kicker. There are enough either Tea Party or Conservative-types in the Republican Congress that if we continue to elect more of our folks to office we will ultimately regain control of the party. Most of the RINOs are literally fossils and we have plenty of "young bloods" in office and many more waiting in the wings. Even in the case of McDaniel, all hope isn't lost yet. Should he offer a write-in campaign it is more than feasible that he can still win because he has the heart and soul of the base behind him. And we still have a race in Tennessee of note and Eric Cantor is gone. While Kevin McCarthy is no Tea Partier, he is young enough and crafty enough to see where things are headed and what the people are looking for. Speaker Boehner won't be their much longer, so we still can turn this around.
The Cochrans, McConnells, and McCains are close to the end of their era and with the continued low ratings that Congress gets, our cause is continually gaining ground. And should a House Conservative such as a Hensarling of Texas, or someone of that order, decide to challenge the hapless Boehner, leadership could open up dramatically. Furthermore, if instead we opt for a third party, it is likely to be limited to being a thorn in the side, maybe 15% of the vote with limited success, versus the Republican Party which we can still capture. We are gaining ground, Chris McDaniel would have clearly won had it not been for the dirty tricks which are already backfiring on the Establishment.
The main thing is this: keep hope alive, keep pushing and don't despair. We can still save the nation from the establishments of both parties and we have all the incentive we need. After all, if we don't, the America we love and want her to be will be no more.
Have a wonderful and optimistic day and God bless America.