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WOW! Ron Paul Ally makes shocking prediction about 2014 elections!

Ron Paul ally and radio talk show host Jason Lewis was on a rampage this past Friday night ripping the Republicans and the Democrats over the federal government shutdown and their hypocrisy on the issues they claim to care about. He made a very bold prediction about what was to come in 2014 and it makes one wonder if Rand Paul is aware of this and that is why he is holding off from declaring a run for President as a Republican just yet...


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fireant's picture

Respectfully disagree.

It's been several months since Lewis was on in my area, but I remember liking him. He's just wrong on this. Strategically, we have a leg up with the Republican party, for no other reason than they claim to be small government and constitutionally sound. Trying to work within the Democrat party is a fools mission, and will serve only to diffuse our ranks. They make no bones about wanting a continual expansion of government, esp federal. The two are polar opposites. Compromise is not an option. Compromise is what the Dems want; they ask for the moon, settle for less, and snicker while they advance their agenda.
The Republican party must be reformed, from the bottom up, if we ever expect to have a chance of stopping, and hopefully rolling back, the unconstitutional expansionism at the federal level. Independent efforts merely thins our herd. We need to first bust the big government country club which holds republican power. The structure and the philosophy is in place. Failure to avail this advantage is to continue the noise and accomplish little.

Undo what Wilson did

I agree with both you and the Professor. :D

The Lewis blurb that Professor Wall chose to post was part of a longer rant. I think Lewis would agree with you about no compromise with Democrats and the Republican party's need to be reformed from the bottom up. The chosen blurb rants mostly about the national stage, such that the election prediction seems almost randomly stuck in there as it refers to "State-wide". The longer rant would place the brief State-wide election prediction reference into context. Lewis thinks the disgust of national party politics will first effect more local [low cost] races, opening up voter sentiment to candidates without party affiliation. I agree. This is good news, because that will in turn have an effect [especially in Minnesota] on grassroots Republican caucusing. The Republican party will then adjust [at the grassroots level] to accommodate not just the voters but the independent candidates along with their crazy outlier policies.

Rand needs to hold off as

Rand needs to hold off as long as possible from announcing because that's the que for the liberal media to really start bashing him.

Jesse Ventura

Feels the same way.

To my Liberal Trolls:
"Really Don't mind if you sit this one out. Your words but a whisper, your deafness a shout. I may make you feel, but I can't make you think."
Ian Anderson 1972

scawarren's picture

I hope he's right!

I hope he's right!

It is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. – Mark Twain