A new Party – what might that mean


Interesting 2-2 point, hadn’t thought about it this way. I’ve always worried that a 3rd party guarantees the Dems control, this thought provides power to force GOP hold fast to principles or don’t get the new party votes.

The next point is well thought out (not sure on the majority part, doubt you’d get all 80 Million, but follow his link, the bullet points are included below, but there is supporting detail included in the link

I was even more fed up with the GOP when I went to contact them and there is no contact link on their website, my Tweet to them was

Here is Part two of Sharyl’s post

And here is the link above with the outline of a new Party – The Patriot Party is his suggestion


So, the Republican Party is dead. It has become synonymous with racism and bigotry, and there’s no way to save it (at least not in the next two years). The Republican brand is dead. Now what?

As any conservative who believes in creative destruction will tell you, this is great news and the perfect opportunity to create a party centered on freedom and liberty that truly seeks to make America great.

Anything is possible, so this is no time to limit our thinking. We can win back this country, and it can, and should be peaceful. The Democrats took it by forcing their agenda on many people who don’t want (or will soon find out they don’t). Conservatives can take it back by winning the hearts and minds of Americans. How? Here’s the roadmap:

  1. Codify the third party and give it a name
  2. Define it properly and accurately
  3. Stand for tenets that resonate
  4. Attract Democrat and non-voters
  5. Have conservative states and governors relentlessly and unapologetically enforce conservative laws and policies and reject Democrats policies
  6. Conservative leadership must confidently and aggressively defend conservatism and attack socialism as the oppressive and racist doctrine it is


Joe Manchin proves yet again he is no moderate to be counted on to be a voice of reason or control against the far left

West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin says removing Sens. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., and Ted Cruz, R-Texas, over their objections to the 2020 presidential election results should be “a consideration.”

In an interview Friday on PBS’s “Firing Line,” Manchin said the senators’ insistence on objecting to Pennsylvania’s Electoral College votes even after supporters of President Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol was “totally unconscionable” and triggering the 14th Amendment is now an option.

The third section of the amendment states that no lawmaker holding office “shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof.”

Congress may “by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability,” the section states.

Added to the Constitution after the Civil War, the amendment was designed to cover instances of sedition, Manchin told host Margaret Hoover.

“That those people should never hold public office, they should never have the public microphone, they should never be allowed to be in a position of power or of decision-making, or purpose, because they’re going to serve themselves,” he said.



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