Did you only type away on the internet?
To the choir?
Or did you actually get into the real ball game of politics in the Republican Party when HALF the precinct committeeman slots were VACANT?
Did you actually think chattering away day after day on twitter/facebook/etc. was actually going to change things? Did you actually think that holding signs at a Tea Party was going to change things?
Or did you get into the actual ball game of politics? As a precinct committeeman in the Republican Party? Did you re-discover basic civics and tell everyone?
What did you do, Daddy?
Just got done listening to Beck's question to Judge Napolitano: "What's the MOST effective thing we can do?" Answer: "Know your rights." NOT become a Republican Party precinct committeeman. Jeesh!
What, Redstate conservative, are YOU going to do?
If you are already a PC, could you please respond to this and let me and the other Redstaters know that you are and whether it's been worthwhile?
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