“Quo vadis,” conservatives? It’s the ancient, apocryphal question the apostle Peter asked Jesus while fleeing persecution in Rome. Where are you going? Where do we go from here?
The contest for the GOP presidential nomination is over. The conservative movement is not. Sen. John McCain’s campaign resurrection and Super Tuesday victory leave a diverse group on the Right—from the libertarian Club for Growth to First Amendment defenders to immigration enforcement proponents—dispirited. But the failure to nominate a true Republican unifier does not spell ideological defeat.
On Wednesday, wielding his olive branch like a schoolmarm’s ruler, Sen. McCain told conservatives to “calm down.” My advice is exactly the opposite: Get fired up.
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She is right. You know I will not pull the lever for McCain. I also will not stay home, and nether should you. With a liberal open borders, Al Gore follower sure to be in the White House (be it McCain, Clinton, Obama) it is important to remember one thing - Congress is going to be extremely important the next four years.
We need to put more pressure than ever on our elected officials to stand up to the next administration. So get fired up and stay fired up.