On the third Monday in February, Americans celebrate Presidents’ Day. This national holiday began as a commemoration of the birthdays of the first president, George Washington, and the sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln.
Today, the Republican Party of New Mexico remembers these two great presidents. President Washington laid the foundation of our constitutional republic, and President Lincoln historically fought for civil rights.
These patriots led our nation through great victories and boldly defended our American values of liberty and freedom. As we reflect on their legacies today, may their courage inspire us to defend our conservative values and protect all Americans’ God-given rights.
GOP “leaders,” how about a Statement on Couy Clown Griffin’s latest loss in court? He’s the only face of the NM GOP until you say otherwise.
At least evaluate his claim of a “fraud pie” from 2020.
” President Washington laid the foundation of our constitutional republic, and President Lincoln historically fought for civil rights.”
I guess it’s to woke to mention that Lincoln held the country together during civil war, preserve America and the Constitution, and destroyed the institution of slavery in the process. Instead these accomplishments are summed up by “fought for civil rights”.
“Fought for civil rights” makes Lincoln sound like a SJW instead of the greatest American to ever live.
I don’t understand the GOP today and their messaging? Does all their messaging have to avoid offending the snowflakes on the alt-right?
Can Republicans not claim Lincoln any longer for fear of offending Neo-confederates and Nazis? Was Lincoln right or wrong to free the slaves and save America?
It’s the same with Mike Pence. Pence faced the greatest test a Vice President has ever faced in American history by resisting Trump’s call to throughout the 2020 election. The J6 mob was literally calling for his death and searching the capital for him. But instead of standing up and helping the GOP recover from Trump, he has remained silent and passed his moment of potential greatness.
In four-plus years and counting, Mike Pence had one good week.