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   Welcome to We Must Unite! We are Republicans with a new outreach.  Three quick points will tell you everything you need to know about us.


Point I – Who Is “We”

We, in a nutshell, are the working class blue-collar conservatives. Most of us regard ourselves as having three simple basics:

  1. We respect basic traditions such as work, patriotism, and the free enterprise system.
  2. We recognize basic institutions such as the church and the traditional family.
  3. And we respect that most basic ethical code of all—that you should not even want to get something for nothing.

But the present attack on these most basic of traditions is even worse than the challenges that started the Republican party. The country is almost as polarized now as it was before the Civil War. And it is out of this dysfunctional politics that the present attack—a new political force—has emerged.

In the run-up to the 2020 election, a New American Left has emerged. These leftists fully embrace radical concepts like slavery reparations and free health care for everyone—including undocumented immigrants(?). Translation: the Medicare trust fund will have to pay for everyone’s health care in the entire Western Hemisphere. And as to the rest of their economics package: it speaks for itself at this point – why should I even need to say anything more?

Yet these are just the milder parts of the present-day Leftists’ plans—with all the Democrat candidates signing on. For example:  putting economics aside for the moment – what about people’s concerns over our basic culture? On these questions of our culture—when it comes to the new Leftism—why even bother?

They are simply willing to defend the indefensible. They have stated they favor abortion on demand—and even after the mother has gone into labor! And the so-called “alternative” lifestyles? Forget any compromise here, either. Or even the sanctity of little children as it relates to the culture wars? There is no give even there, either. They will start a ‘trans-gendering’ process as early as age five – by their own statements.

Yet there are also the ultimate judgmentalists. Believe what I believe, or you are a racist, a misogynist, a hater, a religious rightist, a thisist, or a thatist type of a person that I don’t likest. There is no room for tolerance or respect and no room for dissent, opposition, or compromise. It is all or nothing.

Thus, this new version of doctrinaire leftism threatens the rights of everyone except the elites who fully support the cause. Now, some might focus on these events strictly as a crisis. But at We Must Unite!, we also see that these circumstances can be an important opportunity. This is our moment, as Republicans, to reach out to others who also fear these same things. I am thinking of the moderate Democrats, sensible liberals, and others—to show them that there is still a common way.

For there are many others like us. Chances are, that you are one of them. Otherwise, you would not have read this far. This now leads to Point II.


Point II – Why the Sudden Urgency Implied in Your “We Must Unite”!

This answer doesn’t just come from what you have read above—but from what you have seen with your own two eyes out in the streets! Are you a little bit concerned about this new type of “liberalism” that is massively illiberal? One that is tolerant of everything—except for any differences of opinion? And one that even has displays of sheer vindictiveness?

Until today’s type of politics, have you ever seen a Speaker of the House rip up a President’s State of the Union address right in front of the entire country? Or to use an event like a State of the Union address to act gratuitously disrespectful to a President? (Last year, she did a hand clap back into his face).

Therefore, it is the time for a united front. If you consider yourself a liberal—but are not insanely (and vindictively) so—then you’re needed. We may never agree on everything, but we will at least be able to talk—and to still be talking about the same basic type of a country.

However, we are not a group that simply berates other people. Instead, our vision involves a new approach to communicating with one another. We must listen to each other more and judge each other less. This is what leads to Point Three.


Point III: Unite around what? Or “What, Essentially, Is This New Outreach”?

Essentially, the New Outreach is the proper response to the New American Left. So far, the New American Left has given us nothing but sweeping, empty promises, Identity Politics, buzzwords like “diversity,” and other empty language that doesn’t fix actual problems. (And, actually, I do not even believe in “diverse.” At the end of the day, all human beings are created by the same God and are, in fact, much, much, much more alike than they are “diverse.”)

And the practical effects of these buzzwords, empty promises, and failed policies have become completely intolerable. We have a meltdown in the inner cities, increasing homelessness, and unprecedented chaos and violence. A response must happen now—but it should be a response that does not do condemnation but an outreach: an outreach that unites people around the things that we have in common. And the things that we do have in common—the list of common problems (and answers) is limitless. This is the essence of our new outreach: returning to basic traditions and just dealing with the basic bread-and-butter issues of the average person—rather than trying to “re-imagine” America with cockeyed “Green New Deals,” Socialism, De-funding the police, and other such lunacy.

To showcase our differences, here are four things that we consider basic bread-and-butter issues:

1) We have a chaotic immigration policy that hurts workers and benefits the elite. In the 1850s and 1860s, factory owners were always on the lookout for cheap labor. Today, successful men want the same thing.

2) One-sided trade policies do the same things. These policies benefit the elite, such as multinational corporations, and hurt ordinary workers. Politicians on both sides of the aisle are far too willing to sacrifice workers’ rights for corporate profits, no matter what buzzwords these politicians use to describe their actions.

3) The Information Age has created a small class of Jeff Bezos billionaires and destroyed countless manufacturing jobs. One reason the New American Left so forcefully opposed Trump (and his followers) is that he re-opened many manufacturing jobs in ways that elites said were impossible.

4) And, lastly, what of the things that are hitting us most close to home? More people are being killed and wounded in an average weekend in the inner cities than are killed or injured by mass shooters throughout an entire year. And what do we get from the other side? Talks about the National Rifle Association with no talk about the national meltdown in our inner cities. In short, just the same baffle and buzzwords. (And, also, a spoiler alert: unlike what a lot of Democrat Mayors seemed to think, tolerating rioters and/or De-funding the police did not make these problems better.)

These are the types of issues that we talk about. But on the other side, however, what is the talk? Socialism, De-funding the Police, how we are all “systemically” a bunch of racists, and whatever kind of a Deal we are supposed to be getting from a Green New Deal (they’re pretty vague about it).

Which basket of issues do you find the most compelling? “Aspirational” nonsense from a bunch of Utopians about a Re-imagined America or a Global Reset? Or just getting what Trump delivered: safe streets and a better paycheck?

So, I will close out by going back to what actually happens in the inner cities—the real results you get from the Utopian crowd. If there is any one thing that ought to unite every American, it is that no one—regardless of their race, color, or creed—should have to tolerate the intolerable indefinitely. And, as Trump himself once put it, “What in the hell do you have to lose?” Why shouldn’t the inner cities become a Republican stronghold—why is there any reason to believe that things would be done any worse?

A final example of this: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has a walled home in an affluent part of San Francisco. She then has her work offices in another safe secured part of town. But in between both of these locations of the city you can literally walk around human excrement and hypodermic needles on your way to work. That is not what America is about.

In sum, we feel a strong moral obligation to reach out to people who generally do not vote Republican. The world will keep on turning if traditional Democrat voters, as compared with the new breed, will stand up for themselves. To these people, I make the following promise: You do not have to keep defending the indefensible (and tolerating the intolerable) by continuing to vote for this new version of the Democrat party.

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                                                    UPDATED 09/03/2021