SCOTT WALKER AT CPAC 2015: WE NEED A LEADER WHO WILL STAND WITH ISRAEL

“America is independence from government not dependence on government!”

Governor Walker, while addressing several national challenges, defined himself as a Republican candidate. Here are a few examples—

Vision

“This is one of those moments in American history. Let this be the time to make America great again.”

National defense

“We need a leader who stands up and realizes that radical Islamic terrorism is a threat to our way of life and to all freedom loving people around the world! … Who will stand up and say ‘we will take the fight to them’ and not wait ‘til they bring the fight to American soil and our children and grandchildren?

“We need to show the world that in America you have no better ally and no greater enemy. In America we will stand up for what is right and stand against what is wrong.”

Economic freedom and growth

In Wisconsin, “We showed that we can stand up and fight and win for the hard working taxpayers. “We understand that people create Jobs; not the government.”

Social Conservatism

“We defunded Planned Parenthood and signed pro-life legislation. We enacted Concealed-Carry and passed ‘Castle Doctrine.’ It should be easy to vote but hard to cheat. In our state we passed a photo ID law.”

At CPAC, Governor Walker lifted himself to the front of the Republican field in National polls. This was a model campaign speech pleasing different aspects of the Republican Party without alienating those in other conservative streams. It effectively sheds the shots the left has, is and will take at him as he moves from their record of failure to his vision—proven in Wisconsin. Watch and decide about Governor Walker for yourself:

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Richard Johnson: a mature Christian who understands the sweep of history, the unique role of America and these times clearly and precisely.
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