Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 and is filed under Blog
There are, understandably, conservatives who are frustrated with the idea of Mitt “Mittens” Romney as the Republican nominee for President. They say they’ll vote for him because at the end of the day he is better than the person currently occupying the White House. But they also make it clear that they won’t work for Romney, or give him money. In the midst of that frustration, conservatives need to be reminded that there are no excuses for not working, and working hard, in 2012.
I give you my theory on 2012: it will not be a coattails election for Republicans. It will be a rising tide one. What do I mean? That I’m not entirely sure what, if any, coattails Romney will have this year. But I am convinced that there can be, and will be, a rising tide that can lift Romney to victory as a secondary result of conservatives going out and finding a U.S. Senate candidate, U.S. House candidate or maybe just as importantly, a state legislative candidate. In 2012, I think conservatives would do well to remember state and local elections, especially state legislative (you know the Left is focused there, and conservative should be too).
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