As we begin flirting with the 2012 election, a message to all fellow conservatives is that we must keep working towards what we've started. The cancer of liberalism is slowly being eradicated from our country. And just like cancer, it's gonna be a long, hard fight. Liberalism, like cancer, can grow back, slowly or quickly, without proper treatment. We can't let our guard down (like we did in the 90's) and we sure can't ignore a hidden form of it, like we had a bit of in "W". So we are now working to rid ourselves of the leech that is labor unions. Membership over the last 50 years has dwindled to just under 8%, but a large part of that is the government workers. Without competition, the government at all levels is already inefficient. They don't have to draw customers like a private business does, they have permanent customers. Add to that the lack of accountability in that it's hard to fire any gov't employee, well, and we then see why gov't is so inefficient. With the exception of our military, our police and our firemen, does government do ANYTHING well? And even those 3 things, despite the courage and heroics of the men and women serving, is often a cluster when it comes to the admin part of the jobs. If we take down the labor unions, it also has strong implications for other areas of taking down liberalism. The labor unions are a massive Democratic fundraising machine. Without them, and with the new addition of allowing private companies their 1st amendment right to support candidates, the right wing will absolutely dominate fundraising efforst, setting the state for increased right wing election victories over the next 50+ years. With that, like a steady dose of cancer medication, we can slowly turn back the curse of liberalism this country has encountered. Maybe we can return to the "radical" ideals of America......like putting a Christmas nativity scene in front of a small town fire department. Crazy, I know. And if the above goes through, we'll have a very diminished left wing. Why is this good? Aside from obvious reasons, it'll present less competition to the right. Which means right wing politicians will be less afraid to do things that need to be done, but may not be politically correct. Like SEALING THE BORDER. And like PROFILING TERRORISTS. Today, doing so will result in a flood of Dem's preaching on MSNBC about the evils and GOP candidates are simply afraid of that. But with Democrat power crushed by lack of union fundraising, eventually there will be enough security for the GOP candidates to take on these issues without fear. And honestly, I think our population is flat our ready for it. Thats why the right is gaining all the momentum. As far as jobs are concerned, well, we better start working hard to make ourselves marketable. Union members aren't safe anymore. They'll have to compete as individuals, against everyone, for their jobs. Only merit will get you ahead in the future. The reality is we've imported 20 million low skill workers who work for very little. That makes labor abundant, and jobs scarce. Not a good combination. Its why a state might choose to say no to "Union Labor Road Builders Inc" and yes to "Maybe Our Workers are Illegal But We're Cheap LLC" when they need to build that new highway. Anyhow, when this inevitable victory over the unions occurs, fellow conservatives must be sure to keep pushing forward on all these issues. The left wing is on the run, they're desperate, intolerant and apparantly becoming violent. It's a dangerous time to be around lefties. We saw Greece, France, Spain, England. When the left know it is defeated, they get violent. Hopefully, lefties here will condemn all violent acts and we can peacefully transition our country from it's left wing tendencies back to reality.