The Dillard Doctrine

Urban Conservative Commentary on Politics & Life

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I am a Conservative. 


I believe in the sovereignty and security of this one nation, under God.  I believe the primary role of government is to provide for the common defense and a legal framework to protect families and individual liberty.  I believe in rugged individualism because individuals can make far better choices than any government entity in providing for families, protecting households, choosing doctors and health care plans, and deciding which teachers and schools are best for children.  I believe prosperity is best ensured by what Adam Smith called the “invisible hand” of a natural, price driven economy.


I believe that we have the responsibility and obligation to control our borders and determine who is allowed to live and work in our country. 


I believe that families are the foundation stone upon which all truly great societies are built.  I believe that imposed systems of wealth redistribution destroy families, produce a culture of dependence, and hurt everyone.  I believe in the sanctity of life and that life begins at conception. I believe in marriage between one man and one woman and that children should always be loved and sometimes spanked. I believe that all children in our school systems should be educated in English and taught the civic duties and responsibilities of citizenship and patriotism.


I believe in private property rights and that the death tax should be killed. I believe the Consumption or Fair Tax is the best and most equitable means to ensure all persons who participate in our economy, legally or illegally, pay their fair share and to reward those who build businesses or save and invest their money.


I believe in the right to bear arms and the right of self defense.  Gun control and gun free zones only ensure that victims are unarmed.


I believe that no one owes me anything just because I live and breathe. I believe we should all practice charity in some form or fashion, especially to those who are suffering and least fortunate, but it must be voluntary and spring from a spirit of altruism and love for our neighbors.


Finally, I believe there is room to acknowledge the role of our Creator in public life as stated in the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. The mention of God in the Pledge, and asking his blessings for our nation and our safety before ball games, classes, and public meetings does not constitute the establishment of a state religion and does not discriminate against anyone.


LTCOL William Russell, who’s running for Murtha’s seat in Congress (you know, he of the Haditha debacle).


Run, brother….kick his ass.












Written by Coby Dillard

July 30, 2008 at 1:59 pm

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  1. Nice spot u have here, hope u don’t mind the drive by, do chk me out one day

    rawdawgbuffalo and if u like what u read, maybe u will come back, even Blog Roll Me


    July 31, 2008 at 12:08 pm

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