Everyone seems to love Mike Rowe. While not a “Republican” or a “conservative,” he talks about conservative principles and the importance of work ethic quite a bit. He’s only seen as a conservative because it’s such a stark contrast to the incessant blame game that liberals use to control voters. There are even some who think, if a celebrity needs to run, let it be Mike Rowe.
More importantly? His audience is up for grabs if any of our candidates are smart enough to go for it. Enter Marco Rubio…
— Sarah Rumpf (@rumpfshaker) August 22, 2015
Around the 7:00 mark:
Why did we stop teaching people in this country to stop being welders and plumbers and electricians and car and airplane mechanics and air conditioning repairmen? These are good paying jobs. I promise you this, a welder makes a lot more money than a greek philosopher. We need vocational education in America, and to give people the skills they need for the best paying jobs.
Leftists never like hearing this. Because unless everyone goes to a four year college, however will young minds be liberally indoctrinated? But I digress.
The issue is that there is an entire blue collar, middle class audience out there, ripe for the picking if you approach them with jobs and opportunity instead of just pandering.
Mike Rowe gets it. Marco Rubio gets it. Hillary Clinton and the Democrats? Not so much…