An American tidal wave is coming on the basis of major nationalized congressional campaigns.
The American people will reject high inflation, fuel prices and food prices. They will reject the uncontrolled border and skyrocketing murder rates (which are up 37% in New York and 34% in Chicago). And they are tired of the relentless values assault on America’s race, sexuality and nature.
If this great election tsunami is to materialize in what could be the worst repudiation of the Democratic Party since 1920, Republicans need to understand two things:
First, this is an American majority – not a Republican majority or a Conservative majority. Americans of all ethnic and partisan backgrounds come together to cast off the unbearable pain for their families, their communities, and our free society.
Second, tsunamis are the result of a grand election strategy – not an attempt to add up a whole series of small elections.
Republicans must learn to talk about a new American majority – not a Republican majority. They must plan, think and act for the American majority. It requires listening to and learning from many people who have not historically been part of the Republican Party.
This new emerging American majority requires grassroots broadening – not grassroots mobilization strategies. This is important, because virtually every consultant in Washington will reject this idea.
But the data shows there’s a much larger majority than Republicans have been accustomed to fielding for the past 90 years. Achieving all that majority requires new thinking about policymaking, language, programming, and coalition building.
The great election campaign must be built around great solutions that can actually be implemented. The current crises of the American system and the Big Government Socialist-Woke Left assault on American values require big solutions with broad support.
Only deep and committed support from the vast majority of Americans will force change on the hostile establishment. Above all, only this deep commitment will sustain change through fierce attacks by left-wing activists, who will see their radical vision of an America rejected by the American people.
The great electoral campaign must propose credible and achievable solutions. The American people are frustrated and hurt. They want a movement dedicated to solving practical, achievable problems that will improve their lives. They are tired of partisan politics. The new American majority will grow up outperforming the Big Government Socialist-Woke Left coalition.
Moreover, as will become apparent, the best results will be achieved because of the inherent difference in principle between the new American majority and the broad governing socialist left – not just personal ability.
The great electoral campaign must be built on the principle that politics is the prelude to government. Majority Majority Coalitions (Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt, and Ronald Reagan) exist because they use political momentum to create governance solutions that improve people’s lives and achieve goals that people support. strongly. As people see leaders deliver on their words – and the solutions work and improve their lives and communities – new majorities are uniting around practical success.
Achieving an American tsunami requires staying positive and focusing on cultural and political issues that the new American majority can agree on. The establishment (including its propaganda media) will do everything in its power to drag us into battles that will distract us from areas where our American majority will dominate. They will seek to focus on gossip, internal tension or other distractions to minimize our ability to communicate with the new American majority on the issues that bring us together and motivate us to win.
Pay close attention to this: Irrelevant and insignificant noise and niche issues are the enemies of majority growth. Clarity, consistency, and firmness of purpose are the keys to attracting, educating, and holding together a new American majority.
Because this new American majority was born out of the American people’s desire for a better future – and a more stable value system – it is essential that those who would lead the majority constantly listen to the American people. Leaders must continually learn how Americans think and respond to the extraordinary pressures of our time.
Lincoln’s government “of the people, by the people, for the people” naturally requires constantly listening and trying to understand “the people”. It is the heart of a government majority.
We don’t reinvent anything. New American majorities have come together before to save society. Every activist and leader who wants to help develop this emerging majority should read about Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher if we are to achieve a better American future.
A great American electoral tsunami is possible but not inevitable. Following these principles makes it much more likely.