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Movement conservative

A movement conservative is one who recognizes and advocates across-the-board conservative principles, without exception. This is contrasted with cafeteria, single-issue, or self-serving approaches. Movement conservatives, unlike cafeteria conservatives, understand that since conservative philosophy is a coherent whole, it is untenable to discard part of it without discarding all of it. Movement conservatives favor logic rather than self-centered behavior and therefore reject the teachings of Ayn Rand, who considered selfishness to be logical.

Simply put, a movement conservative is a conservative who seeks to help others, and the nation, by explaining, advocating and defending the logical and beneficial conservative approach. A movement conservative is not primarily seeking political gain for him or herself, but advocates the insights and values of conservatism for the benefit of others.

Movement conservatives include:

Honorable Mention

America First Agenda Movement Conservatives

Trump Administration

House of Representatives

Others

  • Ron DeSantis – Incumbent Governor of Florida
  • Kelly Tshibaka – Challenging RINO Senator Lisa Murkowski
  • J.D. Vance – Likely Republican to replace outgoing RINO incumbent Rob Portman, Vance is a story of success. He lived with his drug abusing and physically abusive parents. Then he credits his grandparents for rescuing him and turning his life around. Vance then joined the Marine Corps then he got into Yale Law School and then he pinned his famous book, Hillbilly Elegy.
  • Sean Parnell (Pennsylvania Politician) - Running for nomination to replace retiring RINO incumbent Pat Toomey
  • Kelli Ward
  • Joe Kent – Primary Challenger to RINO Jaime Herrera Beutler
  • Cory Mills – Challenger to Stephanie Murphy
  • Chuck Gray – member of the Wyoming House of Representatives, running against Liz Cheney
  • Jimmy Duncan
  • John Hostettler

See also

References

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