God Save This Honorable CourtOne thing that both the press, which is friendly to Barack Obama, and the party opposite does not seem to understand in these closing days of the presidential campaign is the willingness of conservatives to fight for this election. Our people refuse to give up, and will not go down without a very hard fight:
“We have a real chance in Pennsylvania. We are in trouble in Colorado, Nevada and Virginia. We have lost Iowa and New Mexico. We are OK in Missouri, Ohio and Florida. Our voter intensity is good and we can match their buy dollar for dollar starting today till the election. It’s a long shot but it’s worth fighting for.”
At this point in both 2000 and 2004, Republicans were behind, and by agregate numbers that are very similar to the numbers we now face. As in those two elections, Hollywood and all of its money was behind the Democrats. The most pivital issue in 2004 for conservatives was the Supreme Court-and the High Court did prove to be the one thing George W. Bush delivered on. The Supreme Court is the great issue on which this election turns. We know that if Barack Obama is elected president, he will do everything in his power to insure that aborticide on demand, even up to the very moment of birth, is the law in this nation forever.
The stock market will come and go, and economies run in cycles, but Supreme Court Justices are appointed for life. The opposition knows this and that is the reason that they are so gung-ho about this election (ask Sharon Cobb). This is precisely why conservatives will not give up or give in until the very last legal vote is counted.