How About a Little Compassion for We the People

How About a Little Compassion for We the People

me-march   9/12/09  209631  Washington DC   Post Photos by Richard A. Lipski  Conservative groups of people fill the West Side of the U.S. Capitol during a protest rally against government spending and the President Obama healthcare plan.    StaffPhoto imported to Merlin on  Sat Sep 12 15:52:22 2009

Nothing ignited my late mom’s Baltimore living-in-the-hood anger more than someone “messing” with one of her “nine months” (her kids). I have a similar protective reaction to attacks on the Tea Party/We the People.

Not only have We the People had to endure mainstream media, Democrat and GOP establishment attacks, some on our side are attacking us for not being “smart enough” to reject Donald Trump. I say, have a little compassion for us. We are witnessing our beloved once great nation becoming a banana republic (dishonest and lawless government) right before our eyes. As patriots, we have faithfully done all the right things. And yet, the wrong things keep happening.

On Fox News Brit Hume called us (the Tea Party) the far right. Senator John McCain called patriots who attended an anti-illegal immigration rally “crazies.”  House Majority leader John Boehner called us the far right. Will somebody please tell me what is “crazy” and “far right” about expecting government to function according to our laws and the Constitution?

And then, these arrogant (language I will not use as a Christian) have the audacity to call us stupid for rallying behind Donald Trump.

Where is the compassion for We the people? Yes, my heart goes out for the people. Political Action Committees and GOP candidates raised funds, promising to git-r-done only to leave patriots suffering a string of broken promises. Adding insult to injury, betrayers in the GOP which we gave the House and the Senate call us names; even launching a war on conservatives and the Tea Party.  For crying out loud, how much more are We the People expected to take?

To date, my favorite presidential contender is Ted Cruz. Cruz gets it. He sympathizes with all We the People have gone through and vows to fight to make things right, when given the chance.

In essence, both parties said, screw you to We the People. Our Washington cartel is going to further its agenda and there “ain’t” nothing you Tea Party yahoos can do about it. The GOP took us (We the People) out to sea and threw us overboard. Trump threw us a lifeline. Do not attack us for accepting it.

Imagine a fire is raging out-of-control consuming my home. A gang of Hells Angels bikers approaches from over the horizon. They jump off their bikes and begin helping me extinguish the fire. Do I throw up my hands yelling, “Stop! I don’t approve of your lifestyle”? Or, do I simply say thank you?

Please do not conclude I am comparing Trump to the Hells Angels. I am simply saying while you may not agree or even like everything about Trump, the man has unquestionably positively impacted the political landscape. For one thing, illegal immigration would not be on the table if Trump had not made it an issue; standing firm, while bombarded by both parties and the MSM.

Also, the way Trump has dealt with the liberal bias mainstream media has influenced others not to be so easily pushed around by these bullies. With the Left obsessed with forcing conservatives/Republicans to apologize, Trump refuses to go there. It drives the Left crazy. I love it!

The Left regard apologies as blood in the water to totally destroy, devour and end the campaign of a conservative/Republican.

The Fox News strategy to “get Trump” during the GOP debate was extremely unfortunate. I agree with Mark Levin who said Fox blew a major opportunity.  Twenty-four million Americans tuned in to the debate greeted with soap opera questions rather than exposing the horrors Obama has released upon our country and how the GOP contenders plan to fix it.

For example: Seventy percent of the population is unaware of the butchery and black marketing of baby body parts happening behind the walls of Planned Parenthood which is still praised by the Democrats.  Why on earth was the debate moderators focused on a feud between Trump and Rosie O’Donnell? Truly unfortunate.

By the way, Bill Clinton was surrounded by affairs and scandals including allegations of rape; none of which came up during past debates.

Ted Cruz understands Trump’s popularity and thinks it is unwise for the GOP to “smack Donald Trump with a stick.”  Rather than joining the chorus of those calling patriots idiots for liking Trump, Cruz understands and sympathizes with We the People. Cruz’s message is make me your president and I vow to champion your cause.

Cruz was short-changed during the GOP debate receiving very little time on camera. Still, Cruz’s closing comments caused him to soar in the polls; direct, strong and sincere.  I am confident Cruz’s numbers will continue to grow.

I will not judge or be upset with my brother and sister patriots who are high on Trump. Any of our 17 contenders are far superior to a Democrat who will surely continue Obama’s evil transformation of America. My gut tells me Ted Cruz will break the tape finishing first.

Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American
Chairman, Conservative Campaign Committee

7 comments for “How About a Little Compassion for We the People

  1. August 14, 2015 at 10:20 am

    Paul/Carson or Carson/Paul fan here, but I’ll vote for Senator Cruz if he’s ruled eligible and placed on the ticket, too. Still, without “judging,” I have to wonder why anyone imagines Bogus-As-His-Hair is likely to treat the nation better than he’s treated his ex-wives or ex-customers. Yes, some women still hope to become his ex-wives for the sake of the divorce settlement alone…but citizens didn’t get any divorce settlements out of Richard Nixon.

  2. Anita
    August 14, 2015 at 10:32 am

    Well said and well written! Thank you Lloyd Marcus!!

  3. Chris
    August 14, 2015 at 11:44 am

    The winning duo is still sitting on the sidelines… Gov Sarah Palin has the solutions that will Restore America. And Col Allen West as VP after his speech about the Iran deal that went viral that show he is a strong leader in his own right. This Team would make America the Shining City on the Hill again.

    • Mary Cole
      August 14, 2015 at 5:42 pm

      AGREED, Chris!

    • Janean Guy
      August 15, 2015 at 2:02 pm

      Whereas I like both Palin and West, I don’t think that they’re the best choice for P/VP. I think Colonel was would admirably serve as Secretary of State or Defense. I think that Cruz could use Palin in a variety of ways, one of which would be to clean up and clean out the EPA. She’d be good at that. And then she could perform other assigned duties after that. But I also think that Sarah would be just as content remaining at home doing as she is doing now. I agree with Marcus that Ted Cruz would be our best choice for POTUS.I have great confidence in his abilities, knowledge, his honesty, and to his dedication to the country and it’s constitution. No other candidate has shown the willingness to stand up and do what he promised to do for his constituents and for all the people. And he has the guts that the Donald has but expresses himself in a less bombastic and more respectful manner.

  4. September 1, 2015 at 5:47 pm

    Cruz s message is make me your president and I vow to champion your cause. Cruz was shortchanged during the GOP debate receiving very little time on camera.

  5. October 21, 2015 at 8:35 pm

    Well, I don’t think postseason reorcd should really be taken into consideration by the HOF, that is what led to the terrible inductions of guys like Bill Mazeroski and Kirby Puckett. And if you look at Schilling’s comparables they are: Kevin Brown, Bob Welch, Orel Hershiser, Freddie Fitzsimmons, John Smoltz, Milt Pappas, Don Drysdale, Dazzy Vance, Jim Perry, and Catfish Hunter. Only three current HOFers and one likely (Smoltz). I think the names Kevin Brown, Bob Welch, and Orel Hershiser are the ones that stand out more to me here. Those guys are his comparables and while each is borderline, none of them are getting in. If you are going to put Schilling in because of his postseason performance, then what about Orel’s postseason performance? Outside of 1985 (very early in his career) and 1997 (very late in his career), the guy was an absolute ace. Look at his numbers in the World Series for the Dodgers in 88 and even though he took the losses, his two starts in 95 for the Indians were great! He just had the misfortune of facing vintage Greg Maddux in the first game, but did beat him in game 5. The WHIP and Ks of Schill are better, but the ERAs and Ws are just about the same, plus Orel won a Cy Young (something Schill never did) and set the reorcd 59 consecutive scoreless innings pitched.

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