When I Win, I Win.

When I Lose, I Win.

A lesson from the Liberal Leftist Playbook… and one lost on those who think the Taxed Enough Already Party is over.

There has been much talk today about Rene Ellmers’ winning her Primary in North Carolina. There has also been a lot of comment about the “waning” TEA Party.

I want to clear something up. There is a lesson I learned years ago from the very Socialists I despise. When you win you Win and when you Lose you Win.

The simple fact that Incumbents are being challenged by those “in their party” is a lesson they cannot ignore no matter how much they tell you they are ignoring it. It also serves as a warning to all those currently in office and not up for re-election this cycle that We are Paying Attention… and if you don’t do what you said you were going to do we will force you to run against someone in a primary and take positions on issues you would rather ignore.  The time for words disconnected from action is long past.

The promise of no primary challengers from the Republican Party, Rove and the rest of the RINO Establishment is the biggest scam perpetuated on the electorate. I expect it from Socialist Progressive Democrats who hate this country as it was founded… but not those who profess to uphold the Constitution of the United States and not just the parts they like.

I will now support Ellmers… but…

Let me sum this up, consider the act of having to defend yourself in a Primary to be the Win I’m satisfied with even if I couldn’t replace you as the Republican Candidate. Because next cycle… I’ll still be here and there will be new Primary Challengers to face if those who are elected to represent us don’t get their act together, their mind right and on the same page of the U.S. Constitution.

Sometimes it just about the fight…

And I promise I’m not going anywhere.

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Background is in Media with a little History Major thrown in just to be annoying. View all posts by Mike

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