Jolly Outcome in Florida is NO GOP Victory

Sure thing Alex Sinks, the well-funded and one-time Dem’s Gubernatorial candidate, loss of the 13th District Congressional seat to once-a-DC inside the beltway lobbyist, Republican David Jolly, has Reince Priebus (RNC Chairman) in a total state of delusion.

While it is easy to indulge the intellect, the outcome being simply an anti-Obama agenda victory in reality is something quite different. Former Obama believers who’ve since been repulsed didn’t show and the once thought of DNC traditionalists are now considered center-right moderates and being repulsed by leftist-extremism didn’t show as well. That leaves the hard-left & left of center Dems (who view Obama as compromised) and the angry anti-Obama crowd to punch their respective ballots.

This was not an election of ideology but one that illustrates that the public is deeply tormented over its nations future. The public seized the opportunity to express both its contempt for government as it presently is and viewed its options as being between the lowest possible risk of the least likely to do worse than what has already occurred. It also illustrates, nationally, the electorates pent-up demand/desire for candidates with a plan built upon the ideals common to all (none of which are political-social agendized) and willing to lead the fight to see them realized.

When a ship is sinking the politician will be the one blaming the creator for not equipping humans with gills while a leader will rally passengers to focus on surviving so that they can live to build a better ship. My thoughts!

The following are a select group of responses to questions/comments received after the original article was published. We believe you will find them of interest.

#1: Until a specific and deliberate plan of action is proposed, one that Americans can rally around and that Congress MUST act upon, there will be no house cleaning. The Blind Vision “series” was written in an attempt to get folks to consider moving in this direction; seems that the pain hasn’t hit sufficient levels.

Curtis C. Greco, Founder

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