The GOP’s “Millennial Engagement Committee”

Brogdon has it right again.

“I believe now is the time to share the principles of our republican party with the younger generations while encouraging them to get involved … from the young professional to the new family, the republican principles of limited government, individual liberty, and free markets provide the best solutions for up and comers.”

I have said it before and will say it again: the Republican party can be the party of freedom and common sense if they put their minds to it.

And I am not able to speak for the entire millennial generation, but all most of us want is freedom and common sense – which we are not getting from either major political party.  Such is why we are seeing 90% of new voters register as independents in the state.

But let’s keep one vital thing in mind: the objective is freedom and common sense, and not the Republican party.

The Republican party is the vehicle to get to the destination, but it is not a destination itself.  It is the means to an end, and not the end itself.

Such has been the problem in recent years; the partisans have done everything for votes, compromising ideals to achieve the growth of the party.  But it has been in vain, as the party has gone nowhere, but now it’s foundation has been compromised.

Let’s put an end to all this.


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