Nathan R. Jessup

CPAC: My Hero, Thaddeus McCotter Speaks Simple Truth

In America, Congress, CPAC, freedom, Integrity, living free, morality, Tea Party, Thaddeus McCotter, US Senate on February 23, 2010 at 12:05 am

McCotter’s dry humor and simple analysis of the current administration’s agenda continues to win over American patriots. America needs more simple-speaking public servants like Thad McCotter.  The more I read the writings of our Founding Fathers the more I realize how far our current politicians have fallen. Principles are simple, Thaddeus gets it.

Tomorrow is a new day, let’s make it a good one.

  1. McCotter is no Hollywood, that’s for sure.

    He speaks in a straight-forward style that seems to disregard flashiness and flair, so much so that I had to resist the urge to stop the video and go to something more exciting. I glad I resisted that urge- the power of his words almost seems to sneak up on the listener unawares, suddenly you realize ‘that was profound- what did he say again?’ and you want to rewind and study the transcript. Powerful. What were those five points of conservative principle guiding us through again? What were those challenges of this current global generation again?

    I wonder if Lincoln spoke like that. No flash, no pretty face, just straight principles and raw true insights.

    If people can learn to respect and listen closely to good oratory, this man could be our next president.

    Best regards, Peter Warner.

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