Michael Savage is 100% correct. Read the entire article to see the context in which he means ‘nationalist.’ Don’t let the word scare you.
If Constitutional Conservatives joined with organizations like FreedomWorks, Heritage Foundation, etc., and created a platform of freedom and liberty, to dismantle about 80% of a corrupt government, and completely drop the PC rhetoric and aggressively call a spade a spade, this would work. Whether it’s called Constitutional Conservatives or the Patriots Party, this nation is ripe for a third party and something MUST be done.
And when he says in this interview, “When you say, ‘Tea party,’ no one knows who the leader is, because there is no leader. No man has stepped forward who can lead that party – no one who is an articulate speaker, a charismatic mover of people. The tea party is the rudiment of the new nationalist party. Somebody has to bring them all together, unite them like King David did the ancient tribes of Israel. And there is no King David out there. Who’s the King David? Tell me who is going to do it?”
Although I’m sure there are others, the first two names to pop into my head: Allen West could do it. Rand Paul could do it.
A new party, or a COMPLETELY REVAMPED AND REBOOTED Republican Party, with all the RINOs put out to pasture for extinction, CANNOT be a shadow of the other parties. Make it new and vibrant with all the young patriots that came are coming up through the congressional and senatorial ranks, as well as in the 25+ Republican state legislatures all throughout the country, and get the older patriots to mentor them.
Nationalism—”America … my country, right or wrong”-–is the way to go. You either love your country and put it above others, as well as above your own interests, or you don’t. There is no gray area or middle ground. It’s time for the politicians who don’t like the United States to find other jobs.