Battleground Texas is officially under way and one might be impressed enough to ask, exactly how do Democrats plan to turn the state ‘Blue.' Texas is big and as such, there’s plenty of room for everybody, Republicans, Democrats and Independents. There’s no need to commit criminal acts to further a failing agenda.
Traditionally speaking, Democrats love to steal elections by using their typical ‘low-skilled project’ help. They will employ volunteers and organizers who will go door to door, in already covered neighborhoods, register everybody in the house again, including cats and dogs.
Be mindful, this will not get the job done, nor will it prevent Republicans from ever being elected to the White House again. Realistically speaking, the party don’t need any outside help, they’re doing just fine, imploding on their own.
Here’s a thought for Democrats on their Battleground Texas adventure. Texans already know, their representatives aren’t real Republicans, they’re Moderate Republicans and as such, they are slowly, but surely, being replaced. Texans don’t embrace the affiliation, but rather the concept of true representation, which is severely lacking in the state.
Calm down, this is not in any shape, form or fashion, a green light. The red light in Texas is something, Republicans themselves are having problems with. There’s a grass root effort called the Texas Tea Party, which is all about waging ‘war on Tyranny to regain our freedoms and our Christian Heritage,’ which is what the Democrat party is totally against.
Then there’s the criminal element of the party that have many shaking their heads in disbelief. Let’s use for example, the party’s ‘Freshman of the Year,’ State Rep. Ron Reynolds of District 27, who as a attorney is quite fond of breaking the law.
This lawlessness presents an interesting problems for Democrats who campaign on nothing and stand for nothing. As an attorney, who’s constantly breaking the very laws, he’s suppose to represent, Reynolds is exactly what the state of Texas is fighting against.
Recently though, he got a break from another criminal element, but that don’t necessarily means he’s off the hook. His criminal history is at best lengthy enough to make a mini-series on politicians, crimes and corruption.