“The Radical New Conservative—Time to Excise the Disease in D.C.”

by Cynthia Toney

In case liberals haven’t heard, they don’t own the word “radical.” Stop any liberal on the street, and I doubt that he or she would be able to recite a coherent definition of the word anyway.

The media has begun to use the term when describing true conservatives: the far right, libertarians, and Tea-Party members on the so-called political “fringe.”

Traditionally, “radical” has referred to views, practices, and policies of extreme political change or a method of using extreme measures to replace a political state of affairs. However, there’s another definition more often associated with medicine: “designed to remove the root of a disease or all disease and potentially diseased tissue” (merriam-webster.com).

Radical—some of us conservatives are beginning to like that label.

In November, we face perhaps the greatest challenge of any political group in America’s history—to literally save our country from imminent death. We are charged with creating a radical change in both houses of Congress—a change from what the radical liberals began in the 1960s—to what the radical patriots of the 1770s sought and won in 1783. Like the original patriots, it is up to us to remove the disease of statism that has plagued, corrupted, and sapped the strength of our nation.

Liberals have had time on their side—forty-plus years to infiltrate, scheme, buy, steal, and lie, until each branch of the federal government and every sacred institution, including the voting process, is under their control.

Conservatives do not have forty years to undo what has been done to our country; the time to act is now—or America, as we know it, will perish.

Those of us who awakened to the crisis in or around 2008 have frantically tried to play catch-up and battle the liberal agenda that attacks us every day, all day long, from every conceivable angle. Today our ranks have grown, but we have only a few weeks left to remove the disease that is in Congress, before it kills us as a nation.

Because we don’t have time on our side, we must do this with sheer volume. We must do it with might. We must attack this disease through record numbers in conservative voter turnout.

Conservative candidates need each and every one of our votes if they are to compensate for voter fraud, which is still rampant. It will take all of us at the polls to remove the stinking, rotting malignancy in Congress and allow the healing to begin. Liberals in both parties must be excised and replaced by true conservatives, free of corruption and unhealthy agendas.

If you have not already done so, talk to your neighbors, old friends, and long lost relatives. Convince them of what is at stake and the action that must be taken. Offer to pick them up and drive them to the polls if necessary. Swallow your pride and call your “ex” (and even your former in-laws). Consider this a life-saving operation.

Prep yourselves, liberals. Surgery is scheduled for November 2, 2010—and it’s going to be “Radical.”

 

 

Cynthia Toney is a Contributing Writer and Editor

 

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14 thoughts on ““The Radical New Conservative—Time to Excise the Disease in D.C.”

  1. Well said Cynthia. I have been rankled by the "radical" label being applied to us by Constitutional Deconstructionists, the REAL radicals. But taken in context with the medical term, I like it a lot !! The Lefts clever use, or mis-use, of language have attained truly Orwellian heights. I guarantee you it was the Left who created the Red/Blue designation for States, etc. And WE got branded as Red, as they didn't want that designation rightly attributed to their side…the real "Reds". This is not necessarily the best example. It's just something that is a constant aggravation to me.Everyone in my "radical" circles are working hard towards getting out the vote. I envision this happening all over America and am convinced that we are going to produce a political tsunami of historical proportions.

  2. Cindy:This will inspire us conservatives to kick out these pretenders to the throne. Thank you for keeping us informed.Alan

  3. Bruce, I too have been suspicious of the origin of the red/blue color designation for states. I am so glad you mentioned that, as well as your reasoning behind the thought. Thank you for your comments.

  4. Cynthia – great post. I am so pleased to see this issue addressed. I'd like to think that this surge of conservative activism (once considered a misnomer) would make our Founders proud! BTW, this "radical" mailed her ballot this morning (Oregon allows only voting by mail)!

  5. Cynthia, Great post, this is a battle that we must win every time we vote – for many years to come.Keep up the good work.

  6. Cyber1, I agree that this is only the beginning. Liberals will never give up, so neither can we. Thanks for commenting.

  7. Cindy, thank you for your inspiring article. If being the conservative that I am earns me the label "radical", I shall proudly wear it. I am anxiously awaiting the November 2 purge of the malignant liberal majority from our Congress.We the people…. are coming.

  8. Well said. You gave us a clear post of not only what has to be ahead for us but what the past reveals to us and our need to go forward without hesitation. I agree this is our moment and if we fail this time then we have noone but ourselves to blame for the future. Keep up the good work.

  9. Eula, thank you for the kind words. The founding patriots sacrificed all; we are the stewards of their precious gift, which must be preserved.

  10. Cindy you are so right. We have to educate people that the liberals professors have brain washed in all our universities we really do have our work cut out for us.People really have to get out and vote in record numbers this time.Mac

  11. Excellent point, Mac. Many among us have held erroneous beliefs since their student days in college. In recent years, liberal teachers have attempted to indoctrinate children in high school and even younger.

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