Those are things we should avoid doing. If we choose candidates that they want, candidates who might support a few things we are opposed to, such as the pro-choice movement, then all we are doing then is playing right into their agenda. We don't want to do that. That will get us nowhere.
What we need to do is choose the best man or woman, black or white, yellow or red, Catholic or Jew, who is the best conservative for the job. We must choose the most conservative candidate (The Bill Buckley Rule).
We need to pick someone who can campaign well. We need to pick someone who can get votes. We need to pick someone who can speak well and articulate conservatism, like Ronald Reagan. We need to pick someone who is a true conservative, not just someone who claims to be, like John McCain or Mitt Romney. We need to pick someone who truly believes what he or she is saying.
Don't pick someone who is going to undercut the conservative agenda. Don't pick someone who disagrees with the cause on "just a few issues." Don't pick someone just to satisfy a particular constituency that's more aligned with the democratic party.
That's identity politics. That's the wrong thing to do. That's the opposite of the conservative cause. The conservative cause is doing things, believing in things, that will lift the entire nation; that will benefit everyone. We must not choose a candidate who caters to one cause or one group, but someone who is for lifting up the entire ship.
We do not want gender politics. We don't endorse that kind of planning. What we want is to vote for the best person for the job. We want only the best speaker, the best communicator, and the person with the best conservative agenda getting elected. It is this person who comprises the general classical liberal views of the majority of the people who live in this country.
We want leaders who the most qualified to inspire and motivate all the people of this great nation, people who are right on the issues and policies. This is why it is important who you vote for, and why elections matter.
Think of it this way. Here's a good idea of what I'm saying here. Every time the republican establishment nominates a candidate for president who is supposed to cater to the left on certain issues, we lose.
I'll rattle off some names here: Gerald R. Ford, Bob Dole, George H.W. Bush (1992), John McCain, and Mitt Romney. These are all candidates who were moderate republicans, or those who catered to a certain group of people instead of the nation as a whole.
When people see that the republican candidate is just as liberal as the democrat, they think that republicans are no better than democrats. They might as well vote for the democrat and let them get blamed for advancing the progressive agenda, an agenda that creates nothing but chaos and failure.
We need to vote for the best conservative candidates, and it does not matter what race, color, sex, creed, or even political affiliation. What matters is that these men and women understand that it was classical liberalism, now called conservatism and libertarianism and constitutionalism) that made this country great, and this is what will make this country great once again.