Answers to the problems Proposition 107 purports to fix are already found in Colorado’s elections rules and processes.
Americans before us have been in tighter spots than we are now. Remember Winston Churchill’s words, “Never surrender, never give up, never give in!”
Obama is fighting his political Battle of the Somme, and we have the political momentum. Stick together. We can always argue after we win in 2016.
I’ve always resisted attempts by forces and people outside of myself to define who I am. I am deeply offended by any party who names me this or that because I am a patriotic, religious, staunchly principled Conservative. The polarization of political adversaries, the heel-digging by the ideological Left and the Bible-clinging, Constitution-loving by the principled Right, underscores the differences that have always been there, and, in the wake of the election, has magnified personal suspicions and misunderstandings a thousand-fold.
One of the most endearing parallels between Romney and Reagan are their beautiful marriages. Ronnie and Nancy were forever sweethearts. Like them, Mitt and Ann would be content in a cabin in Wyoming in the dead of winter with a fire and a freezer full of moose enchiladas if they could spend that time together. Theirs is exemplary love, the American model of old-fashioned courtship and marriage. That quality alone is the solution to many of our social and economic ills if more people would adopt it into their lives and value it the way the Reagans and the Romneys do.
It is inarguable that small businesses represent the American dream. The family-owned business is a direct reflection of the capitalist system that make it possible for anyone to establish trade of a product or service and to make a living doing so.
Conservatives look back at the Clinton Era with a wistful longing because, despite his moral dissipation and destruction of the image of the Presidency, he did not overtly try to socialize and paralyze the free market. While we lolled in security and prosperity, immorality was normalized among the leaders in our highest offices.
The Opportunity Zone Plan will succeed largely because it clears away the outrageous hurdles of government regulation and taxation which now exist, and have grown to beastly proportions, under the Obama Administration.