The recent primary victories of "Tea Party" Candidates, that is, candidates who reject the notion of Party politics and put their country and the genuine welfare of their citizens first, marks the beginning of the end of the Progressive Jihad. For the past 100 years we have lived in a country that has moved progressively toward Socialism. Starting with a Central bank, income tax, neutering of the states as meaningful participants in government, massive social programs and bureaucracies, and the recent takeover of our banks, car companies and health care system we have seen an erosion of our founding principles and now our freedoms and prosperity are in grave peril. The Democrat Party has moved us progressively leftward and the Republican Party has given a Freddo Corleone "Yeah, whatever" response whenever they've had control of the federal government. That's ended! No more. Never again. To paraphrase Yamamoto, Obama "has awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve" In November, we will win one of the biggest, most decisive victories since we routed the British at Saratoga. But victory is not enough! We have a purpose! We will start the process of true reform of the government. We will ask ourselves, "Do we really need to have this program or department?" and begin to restore government at all levels to a responsible, manageable size. Our Federal government is way too big, our state governments are way too big, in short we have too much government at every level. We weren't paying too close attention as it was happening, but believe me, you have our full and complete attention and we are going bring government back to its proper role and level. We will not allow our representatives to "Go along and get along" any more. There is too much at stake here and we won't settle for anything less than an Unconditional Surrender of Progressivism. Progressivism, which is just a polite word for Socialism, needs to be eradicated from government like smallpox, so that the only place it exists is as a lesson in failed experiments in governance.