If you hear a Republican identify as a moderate, liberal or fiscal Conservative don't support or vote for that person. Why? That is an Establishment Republican. That person is the reason that the GOP and Republican Party has helped Democrats and Obama fundamentally transform America into the debt ridden, weak unemployed, border-less invaded country that we have become.In this presidential election season one will inevitably encounter the term “Republican Establishment” when Republican candidates are spoken about. Questions like which candidates have the establishment backing and which ones do not will be asked. Trump or Bush? Rubio or Cruz? But what are we really speaking about when we use this term. Who or what is the Establishment? Are we speaking about big money donors of the Republican Party? Perhaps we are referring to those who are in the actual political structure of the GOP.
Does the every day political writer or the pithy political radio host or television pundit know what he or she is speaking about when they refer to the “Establishment” or is this just some nebulous catch all phrasing meant to paint a picture of an invisible hand who's members are unanswerable to voters while being all controlling of our electoral and political systems.
Who are these persons this “Establishment” that wields so much sway over our discussions regarding who is or is not a Republican? And who are they that select who will actually represent the Republican Party?
W. James Antle III's acticle, “This time, it's the GOP establishment that's hopelessly split” sheds some light on who he believes is the Republican “Establishment.” (see article)
In Mr. Antle's article he identifies The New Hampshire Union Leader newspaper as some kind of establishment broker for the GOP. While some would say that the State of New Hampshire is more conservative than the rest of that New England region of the northeastern United States, the state tends to be moderate to liberal in voting for social issues. Therefore I would surmise that The New Hampshire Union Leader newspaper, which serves New Hampshire is itself a moderate to liberal newspaper.
Further, Mr. Antle indicates that the fight waging inside the GOP is between two fractions. Those who are established moderate to liberal Republicans and those who are on the fringe of the Party, conservative Republicans. Therefore one can only conclude that Mr. Antle believes that “Establishment” Republicans are the moderates and liberals of the Party.
This would certainly explain the two past recent inglorious presidential candidates, John McCain and Mitt Romney. But it also explains why the Republican Party is failing so miserably.
If in fact moderates and liberals are the “Establishment” in the Republican Party or the GOP and if they agree with and support social liberal policies and practices, which they tend to do, then this explains the recent 1.1Trillion dollar spending bill that speaker of the house Paul Ryan and his moderate and liberal Republican cohorts along with Democrats of both the House and the Senate passed. (see article)
This also explains why there is virtually no difference between a Democrat and a moderate to liberal Republican. In all actuality they are both the same. In addition they are both united in their fight against Conservatives and Conservatism.
As I have explained previously there is no such thing as a fiscal-Conservative while being a social Liberal. Meaning that a person can not remain fiscally Conservative while supporting liberal and moderate ideologies. (see here)
In government ideologies will be funded there is no question about that. If you support abortion, illegal alien invasion of the United States, calling it immigration or any of the other social liberal ideologies you will enviably vote to fund the billions to trillions of dollars of programs that sustain these ideologies therefore voiding out your claim to fiscal Conservatism. You mustn't take my word for it. Look at what just happened when the Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell, moderate to liberal Republicans in their own right, lead the House and the Senate in funding the largest Congressional approved spending spree in the history of the United States of America by giving moderate to liberal Republicans and the Democrats everything they wanted in the Omnibus spending bill sent to Obama to sign. (see here)
If in fact moderates and liberals are the “Establishment” in the Republican Party. They must be removed. For they are no better than Democrats and in most cases much worse because of their on going treachery against America and Conservative Republicans who are attempt to set a course correcting agenda for the United States of America.
The Establishment Republican is typified by remarks like, “I can reach across the aisle and work with Democrats.” They love words like bi-Partisanship and compromise because to them bi-Partisanship means Republicans working with Democrats to advance the Democrat agenda. And compromise is Republicans compromising Conservative values in order to make deals beneficial to Democrats.
If you hear a Republican identify as a moderate, liberal or fiscal Conservative don't support or vote for that person that is an Establishment Republican. That person is the reason that the GOP and Republican Party have helped Democrats and Obama fundamentally transform America into the debt ridden, weak unemployed, border-less invaded country that we have become today.
Ask yourself why are Democrats and Moderate to Liberal Republicans fighting so hard against Conservatives and Conservatism when anyone in their right mind can see that their liberal policies and spending on social liberalism is unsustainable and has absolutely destroyed the American dream.
Could it be that if Conservatives win these unscrupulous political allies would have to face the reality that their ideology of Liberalism has destroyed the only working government that was under God and dedicated to liberty and justice for all?