Romney: A Conservative Wish List
by Beverly Nuckols on April 25, 2012 at 3:10 PM
Dear Governor Mitt Romney,
Congratulations, Sir! You have won 3/4 of the 1150 or so delegates you need to win the Republican Party nomination for President.
Republicans, especially Conservative Republicans, haven’t been able to generate much enthusiasm for your campaign. Even with Rick Santorum out of the race, you still barely won a majority of votes in the various State’s Primaries this week. We don’t want Obama to win in November, but there’s still doubts about whether you can win.
Here’s a few things you could do to help win Conservatives’ enthusiasm, in no particular order:
- Don’t talk “strategy.” Talk vision. The common theme of your Conservative opponents over the last year has been the Conservative theme of small government. Just as with the original Tea Party, the threat of increased taxes made us take action. But the growth of laws and regulations that interfere in our homes, business, schools and churches made us ready.
- Study with some hard-core conservatives. Send your “spokespersons” to Conservative 101. Make sure that everyone learns the “code words” that the Left and MSM is always accusing us of using. Learn why we believe what we believe and what those “code words” really mean, so that you can understand and voice our concerns in your own words.Then do it.
- Speak about your religion. We know you’re Mormon and we don’t want you to proselytize . But we do want to be convinced that you believe and practice what you believe. We’d much rather vote for – and will have more trust in – a believer than an unbeliever.
- Pick a Conservative for your Vice Presidential running mate. This is a great way to let us know that you’ve been listening to and learning from us. I know it won’t be easy, because we have so many well-qualified men and women out there. You must not pick a pro-choice, anti-family, big government man or woman.
- Last, but not least: Change that doggone logo! That “R” is too close to Obama’s “O.” Even the colors are similar! When I wear my NO OBAMA t-shirt, I don’t want anyone thinking that it’s a “No Romney” T-Shirt.