Here I go again — CPAC and real action
I watched Glenn Beck’s speech. Very inspiring. Then I watched George Will’s speech. Clever. Witty. Factual.
But, I did not hear either of them offer any real, practical, grass roots solutions to changing the Republican Party and, thereby, changing the outcome of the elections. Education is great. Theory is great. But “we the people” need to rediscover basic American civics. And that means going to a GOP local meeting and signing up to become a “voting member” of the Party. A “card carrying Party member,” if you will. If you don’t really know what that means, you need to.
I was not at CPAC. Wish I could have been. I would have told the audience this. Did anyone?
If we conservatives want to change the outcome of the elections, we have to change the Republican Party at the grass roots. At the precinct committeeman level.
Go here to learn more: www.theprecinctproject.wordpress.com
Okay, I’ll shut up.
No More Scozzafavas!
Become a Republican precinct committeeman. Now!
American first, conservative second, Republican precinct committeeman by necessity.
www.theprecinctproject.wordpress.com, so you can say, “I became a precinct committeeman before it was cool.”
“[Primary e]lections have consequences, my friends.” — John McCain