Friday, October 16, 2009

NY Race To Watch

It is a tight race and one that may change the future game. The race is between Democrat Bill Owens, Republican Dede Scozzafava and Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman. The key point in this race is where the conservatives are placing their votes. That's right, the Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman.

The GOP thought that simply running someone with their tag line would cause the voters to flock to their side. It no longer is as simple as "R" or "D". The people are waking up and they are realizing that character matters. They are pointing to conservative principles. The GOP can't ignore the fact that the people are flocking to a conservative. Dede in no conservative. List a conservative point and you will likely find her on the opposing side.

We can no longer count on a party or group. We need to carefully pick our representatives. We need a moral and just group of leaders who are willing to sacrifice selfish ambitions for true America first values. I don't care who the party of affiliation is. Can they be independent thinkers with the love of America and the determination for her success? That needs to be the standard of measurement.

I think this election in NY could be the waking point of this nation. If Mr. Hoffman wins it will change the perspective of the parties. The question is whether they will turn into an angry two year old and throw a tantrum or accept the clear image of what the people want for their representative.

We could expect to see this same line up playing out across America. I hope we all get a chance to vote for a true conservative. Better yet, I hope we all get the chance to see conservatives with America first values go to Washington DC and change the nation back to what our founders dreamed of.

Update 10/22/09: Sarah Palin bucks the Republican party and throws her support to Doug Hoffman. Keep watching this race, the future of America is riding on this.

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Blogger Joe said...

We'll be watching.

5:35 PM, October 17, 2009  

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