Saturday, October 23, 2010

 

Mike Pence: No Compromise

I Like Mike.

Mike Pence has been talking for ages about what Republicans need to do in the next Congress, and he has found his constituency in the tea party movement. There is certainly no question that the tea party loves Mike Pence.

In this Politico piece, Mike Pence isn't merely suggesting a course of action; he's stating the prevailing temperament of the American people. There's a big difference there that the left is unwilling to acknowledge because it means the end of their attempt to, in the words of the Messiah, "fundamentally transform America."
House Republican Conference Chairman Mike Pence of Indiana, in a clear jab at a Wall Street Journal story that indicated the GOP would look to avoid gridlock, plans to say that “there can be no compromise that allows more borrowing, more spending, more deficits and more debt.”

“Now, the last few days there has been some talk about how Republicans could avoid the ‘mistakes’ of 1995 by seeking compromise with this administration,” according to an excerpt reported by the conservative blog Redstate. “The last Republican Congress didn’t suffer from too little compromise, it suffered from too much. Republicans lost their majority because of too much compromise on spending and deficits and debt.”
I believe Mike Pence will increasingly be seen as the voice of the American majority, and I prophecy he will be a great president.

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