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CONSERVATIVES NEED QUALITY NOT QUANTITY FOR THE 2010 ELECTIONS TO BE MEANINGFUL

There has been a lot of talk about what is going to happen in the 2010 Congressional elections.   Some are talking about Republicans winning+30 senate eats while others are predicting a disappointment due to public disaffection with both parties. 

We believe that there really is no way to know this earlier in the game.  And actually, the number of seats the Republicans win is not of primary concern to us.

It does us no good to win 30 seats if 25 of those who win are like Arlen Spector.  The great victory of the Tea Party is that it shows that Republicans who do not command the confidence of the citizenship movement can be defeated by independents.  So we predict that the Republican candidates who do win will be better for the people than they were eight years ago.

And what we really looking for is inspirational, innovative leaders who can bring both parties into the consciousness of this American  Awakening. 

Carly Fiorina is challenging Barbra “please call me Senator” Boxer in California.  Fiorina ran a company, so she offers the experience in financial matters that is lacking in today’s federal government.  She is also a cancer survivor, and gave and passionate radio address about how she may have been denied a chance to leave by the measures of the current health care reform. 

If Fiorina defeats Boxer, we believe the improvement in character and intelligence for that one seat would equal the impact of winning five seats.

AlsoLt. Col. Allan West is running for Florida’s 22 District.  He is incredible speaker, and he also a veteran of Iraq.  Allan west is a black conservative who embodies the values of the Tea Party and town hall protests.  He isn’t a “big tent” conservative, he is just a conservative.

The Greyfalcon believes that West and Fiorina themselves could be tremendous difference makers simply based on their talent and vision.

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  1. December 29, 2009 at 6:07 pm

    I agree, we need quality – but Carly Fiorina is not it.

    She has “experience in financial matters, all right.” While she reigned at HP, the company stock feel more than 50%, and she eliminated 18,000 jobs. Then, in a classic example of corporate greed, she took a $21 million bonus package when the HP board fired her.

    Neither the party nor the nation is helped by supporting a woman whose only real talent is self-promotion. Read the truth about Carly’s incompetence at http://www.carly-fiorina.com

    • December 30, 2009 at 2:47 am

      Thank you for commenting, but i must disagree. First, Fiorina as CEO led HP to double it’s revenues from 44 to 88 billion from 1999 to 2005. this was during the worst tech bust in 25 years, caused in part by Clinton and Boxer’s Microsoft witch hunt! So Fiorina guided HP successfully in spite of bad big government intrusiveness against private sector success. That’s the kind of woman I want in the Senate, someone who knows how to succeed in spite of bad punitive policy. Also, that 50% drop in stock price is not a reflection of her performance, as stock prices are based on value of capital, and also overall market conditions and short sellers can force down share values of good companies. And the 21 million, she EARNED IT! more powere to her. We are fighting for the right for talented people to keep their money. No one is complaining about Oprah’s 2 billion, even though NBC overall is not doing well. Self pro motion is part of the game.

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