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Monday, January 25, 2010

Who is Adam Kinzinger?

If you want to see the new breed of Republicans that will blitzkrieg the Democrats in November, take a look at its latest reincarnation, Adam Kinzinger.



At 20, he won a seat on the Mclean County Board. He served in the military following 9/11, but most of all, he's a consistent and unwavering fiscal conservative. That's the main tenet of the tea party movement, strict and disciplined fiscal conservatism.

That's what Kinzinger brings, and it's what will become the face of the Republican party if the Tea Party movement fuses with the Republicans cohesively. Following the stunning Scott Brown victory, that fusion appears to be taking hold.

Kinzinger is running in Illinois' 11th District. It's a district held by Rep. Debbie Halvorson, a liberal that won in this slightly conservative district in 2008 because of the Obama wave. Now, that wave is over and all these sorts of districts are up for grabs if the Republicans run real fiscal conservatives in 2010.

The Tea Party movement has come off the Brown victory and now it's getting down to business with November. So far we've seen a handful of candidates that are spawned out of the movement: Pat Toomey, Marco Rubio, Doug Hoffman,and Brown. You can add Adam Kinzinger to that list.

It's a still small list but it's growing and by November many more will emerge. Their prototype will be Adam Kinzinger.

6 comments:

AG said...

Pat Toomey has been around a lot longer than your tea parties. He was a Congressman when he ran against Specter in 2004 and could have beaten him if Bush didn't give his 11th hour endorsement of Specter.

After that, he joined the Club for Growth as their leader. I never thought such a thing could be considered a asset rather than a liability for someone running for statewide office in a state like Pennsylvania

mike volpe said...

I didn't say he was a novice. I said he's backed by the Tea Parties and he is. The Tea Parties want strict fiscal discipline.

AG said...

Well good luck to you, then. Because I don't see any reason to trust a Republican to deliver that.

Warrior L.A. said...

I do. Hopefully the politicians have gotten beaten up enough in the 2006 elections that they know how to represent their constituents now. If how tough they hung together during Obamacare and Crap & Tax are any indication...lessons have been learned. For those who haven't learned? Sayonara.

Anonymous said...

I WANT THEM THAT WE ELECT NEXT TO BE TEA PARTY CONSERVATIVES ON THE REPUBLICAN TICKET, BUT THEY GOT TO FESS UP TO WHAT THEY WILL ACTUALLY DO.

JOBS
ECONOMY
BALANCE BUDJET
REDUCE FEDERAL GOV, BY 20%.
IF WE CAN FIND ONE WHO WILL SIGN OFF ON THAT, SO BE IT!

Anonymous said...

Kinzinger can bring the change that the 11th district, and the country, needs. He believes in fiscal responsability,less federal invasion on state sovereignty and will avoid solutions that create more problems than they solve. He does not represent the sort of party extremism, which cripples our politics.