Let’s elect a CONSERVATIVE President!

March 9, 2015


We conservatives in our individual states across America have made great progress and continue to make great progress as evidenced by our victories

While we will all have very strong feelings about the presidential candidate we prefer, and we will all have even stronger feelings about the principles that person adheres to, in the event he or she does not prevail we MUST support the conservative candidate still in the race whose principles MOST CLOSELY resembles our own.

The Democrats and the media (am I being redundant?) continually emphasize differences among conservative candidates to create a circular firing squad among them. Their interest is that after all the conservatives are eliminated but one, voters will choose the single moderate candidate in the race who has been beaten up less than his conservative opponent who in turn has been beaten up by his many fellow conservatives.

Liberals prefer to face a moderate candidate.  They did that twice in the last two presidential elections and won each time. With a moderate opponent voters are left with the choice of one liberal Democrat nominee and one moderate Republican nominee.  Liberals know too well that voters who want a liberal president want the real thing—not a Democrat lite.  So they vote for their own Democrat liberal and win. And we lose America.

As the campaign plays out, let us all work as hard for our conservative second, third and even forth choice as we do for our first.  Because given the direction this country is going, only a tough, principled CONSERVATIVE will be able to turn it around.

We may not have a second chance.

Copyright ©2015

Vern Wuensche grew up in the tiny farming community of McDade in central Texas. He obtained a BBA and MBA from the University of Texas and holds a CPA certificate. In 1975 he founded what is now Houston’s oldest residential construction company for 42 years. He wrote a book, Overcoming Legal Abuse as an American Entrepreneur, about the difficulty of starting and running a business without a properly functioning legal system. He is an Army veteran. An early marathoner, he ran the length of Galveston Island in the early 1970’s, continuing his distance running regularly all his life. He is a Christian who is serious about his faith. An Elder for twenty years, he has regularly attended Missouri Synod Lutheran churches all his life. 
 
But his passion has always been politics.  As a child, he hung bell-shaped door hangers on doors in McDade for Eisenhower in 1956. And since 1972 he has worked on campaigns of every type, attending 22 Republican state conventions, usually as a delegate. At the same time, he continually studied presidential politics. He ran for President in 2008 and 2012 placing seventh and tenth in the Iowa Caucus and the New Hampshire Primary. Details of the races can be seen at http://www.voteforvern.com  His current long term project is the development of a Republican Farm Team. At http://www.republicanchoice50.com anyone considering running as a Republican at any point in the future for any race can begin early, develop name identification and be exposed to funders before they decide to run.  
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