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Here is Bill Whittle on February 18, 2013, speaking to Orange County GOP Central Committee. Republicans respond enthusiastically to those who can clearly state conservative principles with what seems to be effortless, forceful straight talk.
Some people are quick on the come-back, always ready with a quip and an effective response and a warm positive outlook. Think Reagan. Some people are ready with a quick response, combative and ready to do debate and make mincemeat of an opponent. Think Chris Christie. Others inspire us with courage and straight talk. Think Scott Walker. Others clearly express the American Dream. Think Marco Rubio. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul are proving to be effective speakers. Most of our Congressmen are not, and far too many are disasters.
I’m always conscious of this because I’m a s-l-o-w thinker, and the connection between my brain and mouth is even slower. No quick responses from me. I may come up with one an hour or so later, yet I can express myself in writing fairly quickly. But Bill Whittle is purely amazing. Could we have him give a seminar for prospective candidates on what it means to be a conservative in America?
This is worth every minute, don’t miss it.