Thursday, March 3, 2016

Conservative Defined

From  Merriam-Webster, the definition of conserve:
: to keep (something) safe from being damaged or destroyed
: to use (something) carefully in order to prevent loss or waste

: believing in the value of established and traditional practices in politics and society
: one who makes attempts to conserve

I believe in America as it was founded. I believe in the Constitution. I believe in as few limits to personal liberty as possible. I believe America was once great. I believe America can be great once again.

For years, I've described myself as Libertarian. That description was true, based on current political party definitions. Perhaps I lean to the Constitution Party on certain topics. What has been missing is that I am conservative in nature. Not by what the liberal media wants to paint conservatives as, and certainly not what has been the standard of the Republican party of late.

However, the Republic is what we are. The traditional Republican party is what I believe works best in this imperfect world. Not the "establishment Republican" heresy. Traditional conservatism.


Traditionally American.

It took watching a true leader in Donald Trump for me to see that, but it's true. Sheep need a shepherd. The US is 80%+ sheep. The best shepherd around is Donald Trump. He wants to make America great again. That's what I want.

It's time to be a conservative once more. I'm home. I'm back. Thanks, Donald Trump.


  1. As a Libertarian [card carrying], and a Conservative....I've looked deeply into whether or not Trump is a Conservative from my perspective. I've been left wanting. Trump has illustrated, in my view, no respect for the Constitution.

  2. Thanks for reading and commenting!

    Of course, from a Libertarian point of view (which is nearly indistinguishable from a traditional conservative point of view), none of the current candidates offer much respect for the Constitution. Rand Paul was best, but he is out, and was really not well suited to lead.


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