There are no easy answers, but there are simple answers (Palin, Reagan, via Hannity, and Joel)

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I brought these cool and actual conservative-sounding concepts up this past week, and of course I love it when other people then try to copy me because they obviously read my blog and think I’m so awesome.  Or at least that’s what I tell myself in my many deluded moments when I need a lift. 

Just this past week I alluded to this same Ronald Reagan imagery that Sean Hannity uses in this clip in his chat with Sarah Palin but I have one small beef (and soon, you’ll see why the precise wording means something to me):  Sean Hannity says to Sarah Palin in this clip that at ancient CPAC conferences in the 70s, Ronald Reagan spoke of real, actual conservatives avoiding the “pale pastels” so often found within the ranks of in the the “moderates” and RINOS in the Republican Party, and instead moving forth with “bold differences”.  In fact Reagan spoke of “pale pastels” and “bold colors”.

This week I also alluded to the idea that since the Conservative Party in Canada is so supportive of the state-owned, socialism-reliant CBC and other left-wing and progressive ideals, normal conservative and traditional-thinking Canadians should get involved and just take over that party, forcing it be an actual conservative party.

OK now watch the video clip to see how awesome I am.  Thank you.  Send money.

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