For most hardworking Americans who faithfully vote Republican every election cycle, the GOP-Beltway establishment Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is an event they don’t pay attention to at all.
Held annually in Washington, D.C., CPAC is the ultimate gathering of Republican officeholders from across the nation and the various grass-roots organizations, think tanks and conservative nonprofits – all conspiring to restore the luster to the republic of the United States.
Again, most hardworking Americans who show up dutifully to the polls without any “outreach” efforts from the GOP or any real guaranteed return on their investment for voting Republican don’t care about what transpires at CPAC – but they should.
At the 2013 CPAC meeting, the national GOP decided to completely abandon those stalwart Republican voters who only ask that their elected representatives defend the Constitution and instead sought a new group of currently ineligible voters to court: illegal immigrants and their soon-to-be legal progeny.
Call it the “Conspiracy of People against Conservatives,” a gathering of individuals actively hostile to the interests of the American people. Ideas and initiatives are discussed that are harmful to your average American family that doesn’t care about the national debt, but does care about their own personal debt and finding ways to save money to put their kids through college.
Meanwhile, those engineers of a new America at CPAC hope to find ways to pass the DREAM Act so that the GOP can appear more “inclusive” and “tolerant” to potential Hispanic voters.
Republican candidates and officials have a lock on positions in the Southern states, and continue to do well all across the nation, including in blue states like Massachusetts and New Jersey, but at the national level, the GOP elite have decided that a merger with the Democratic elite is the best way to properly run a nation.
Save for Sen. Ted Cruz, Rep. Steve King, Donald Trump and Ann Coulter, the bulk of the speakers at this year’s CPAC were firmly on the side of amnesty for illegal aliens. So, you, the average, pay-your-taxes, abide-by-the-law, raise 2.1 kids, and show up every November to vote Republican type American might not care about CPAC, but you should understand that the feeling is mutual.
Your vote isn’t good enough, with the architects of this year’s CPAC deciding that the political climate currently found in California is the desired choice for the future of this nation.
Ann Coulter laid it all on the line during her speech at the “Conspiracy of People against Conservatives” conference, when she directly challenged the leaders of this attack on the conservative base by saying, “What public policy will harm average Americans, drive up unemployment, change America permanently in negative ways and, on the other hand, is supported by businessmen who will never vote for a Republican anyway? Amnesty for illegal aliens. And half of elected Republicans support it. As far as I can tell, most conservative talk-radio and TV hosts support it. You want the Republican establishment? That’s the Republican establishment.”
To her credit, Coulter realizes the importance of the issue of illegal immigration and how the California-zation of the nation will occur overnight if some form of amnesty passes through Congress.
Just like the Democratic and Republican national establishment, Coulter calls herself a “one-issue” voter, though she sides with the American people; the GOP and DNC are both aligned to “elect a new people.”
Donald Trump busted open the CPAC piñata and ended the amnesty fiesta with his speech, telling the crowd the painful truth they foolishly refuse to acknowledge:
“The fact is 11 million [legalized illegals] will be voting Democratic. You can be out front. You can be the spearhead. You can do whatever you want to do, but every one of those 11 million people will be voting Democratic,” he said. “It is just the way it works.”
“You have to be very, very careful, because you could say that to a certain extent the odds aren’t looking so great for Republicans, that you are on a suicide mission,” he said. “You are just not going to get those votes.”
No, your average conservative in the heartland of America, loyal Republican voter working on a ranch in southern Arizona, or taxpayer in the northern suburbs of Atlanta probably hasn’t heard of CPAC, but rest assured the GOP establishment is no longer interested in hearing your voice on the issue of amnesty.
With CPAC concluded, the GOP establishment made clear the goal of “electing a new people” and formally endorsed immigration reform (amnesty), deciding to invest $10 million to reach minority voters.
The RNC report acknowledged the GOP has somehow been “turning off” minority voters with their policies. When did, at least in the eyes of the GOP, the idea of personal accountability become a trait exclusive to white people? And when did the the path to individual prosperity via self-sufficient instead become reliance upon the state?
The most interest portion of the report, though, stated something that seemingly contradicts the findings of the RNC: that with state-level GOP candidates doing so well, the “federal wing” must learn from what they are doing.
You know why the GOP does so well on the state-level? Because people care more about how laws passed in their states will affect their lives on the local/community level and how their hard-earned tax dollars will be redistributed or spent.
Don’t believe me? Just look at what’s happening in the suburbs of Atlanta, where 40 years of fiscal mismanagement has finally convinced Republicans to separate from the Democratic stronghold of Fulton County and incorporate new cities that better serve their needs.
So you might have no idea what CPAC is, or care about what a bunch of policy wonks and members are the RNC/GOP establishment are doing in conspiring to “elect a new people.”
What’s happening in your local community is far more important than what is happening in Washington, because you have the ability to act as a watchdog against the election of Republicans whose desire for attending CPAC and hobnobbing with those establishment individuals is greater than their desire for working to pass laws that protect your community and the ability of you and your children to live in a prosperous nation.
Amnesty is suicide for the Republican Party, and those in power of the RNC, GOP and CPAC want to be sure it’s an assisted suicide.