Reclaiming “Conservative” with your support!
To those of you who know me best, “reclaiming conservative” may sound funny coming from me, knowing that I’ve tried to be as conservative as I can over the years. My point here is that “conservative” is not a party; it’s a philosophy. When I first started running for the office of State Representative, several people asked me why in the world would I run as Republican in an area that was predominately registered Democrat. That question was easy to answer. Although I have friends and family who were and are registered Democrat, the Republican Party platform was—and still is—the best fit with my beliefs and the conservative principles I hold dear:
- Government is the best when it is the least.
- All innocent life, whether born or unborn, is sacred.
- The family unit of a man, woman, and child is the preferred model. Although this model isn’t possible for some, we should hold this ideal out as the best hope for our society.
- The knowledge that there is a God. Although we do not want a theocracy, the U.S. Constitution clearly indicates the importance of God as part of our individual lives, as well as our government and society.
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