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Matt Drudge Asks Our Questions About Republican Leaders

Matt Drudge
"Raised taxes; marching us off to war again; approved more NSA snooping. WHO ARE THEY?!" -- Matt Drudge via Twitter

Internet media giant Matt Drudge, founder of the Drudge Report, finally asked the questions that we (and millions of grassroots conservatives) keep asking about the so-called leadership of the Republican Party these days – who are they and what do they stand for?

In Drudge’s analysis the political landscape has shifted to the point that, "It's now Authoritarian vs. Libertarian. Since Democrats vs. Republicans have been obliterated, no real differences between parties."

We agree, but would go a step further: the real questions are will grassroots conservative voters take back THEIR Party and replace these weak establishment Republican leaders with principled limited government constitutional conservatives?

It can be done – if and only if – conservatives get involved in the GOP, stand-up and demand that the Republican Party become the political home of limited government constitutional conservatives by actually following the principles it claims to stand for every four years in its platform.

If we sit back and let the inside-the-Beltway vampires continue to bleed the Party it will continue on the path to becoming a mere husk of the vibrant coalition of limited government constitutional conservatives who won the historic 2010 Tea Party wave election and the landslide victories of Ronald Reagan.

The good news is that “We the People” can change the leadership of the Republican Party – but it is going to require a plan and a lot of work and commitment on the part of individual conservatives who decide they’ve had enough of the kind of “leadership” Matt Drudge decried and will put themselves forward to lead the Party, starting at the precinct level and going straight up to the top echelons of the Republican National Committee and Congress.

If you would like to begin to educate yourself about how to take back the Republican Party a good place to start would be the e-book, “Taking Back Your Government: The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy” by Liberty Prize winner Dan Schultz and then keep an eye on CHQ for the publication of CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie’s book TAKEOVER.

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Major Party Difference

The Democrats beleive in hiring toll collectors to pay toll Collectors to collect more tolls to hire more toll collectors.

The Repubicans beleive in winning elections to get campaign contrabutions in order to win more elections so they can get more campaign contrabutions. Even if it means facilitating our industries movement to communist china, india, mexico, indonessia, and to the "global" community.

I'm not being cynical. This is actually what the two Parties actually beleive in. NOTHING MORE.