Chip Saltsman for RNC Chairman

Back to the Basics

Back to the Basics

Before our very eyes last night, we saw how low the state of the Republican Party has fallen. We as a party have lost our way, and have become the same big government types that we often like to rail against. It is time we return to the ideals of true conservatism, and govern on the principles of less government, a strong national security, free markets, and less spending. It’s time we go back to the basics.

The reformation of our party starts with electing a new party chairman in January. Over the last 3 or 4 years we have lacked a leader, or group of leaders, who stood up for conservative values and provided a clear voice for the ideals we are supposed to believe in. We can change that in January, and the right kind of change starts with electing Chip Saltsman as party chairman.

Chip is the former chairman of the Tennessee Republican Party, where he led the effort to defeat Al Gore in his home state during the 2000 election, he is a former senior adviser to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, and most recently he was the campaign manger for Mike Huckabee’s presidential bid. Throughout my years in politics I have had the opportunity to see Chip’s work firsthand, and I am confident he is the man who will return us to the basic tenants of our party. He is a walking embodiment of the social conservative wing of our party, the fiscal conservative wing of our party, and the national security wing of our party.

He is the answer we need in helping pave the path forward for the Republican Party, in order that we might govern by conservative ideals from here on out, and truly change Washington, instead of having it changing us. No more earmarks, no more bloated budgets, lower taxes, a strong national security, a pro-life agenda, and true leadership; it all starts there, and it all starts with Chip Saltsman.



November 5, 2008 Posted by | Chip Saltsman | Leave a comment