Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the most responsible for the decline of America of them all?
Think about it.
I’m tired or all the whining by conservatives on this site and generally.
“It’s Boehner’s fault!’
“It’s McConnell’s fault!”
“The Republicans better do this! The Republicans better do that! Or else!”
Or else what, exactly? With over half of the Republican Party precinct committeeman slots, nationwide, EMPTY, those are idle threats to the incumbents.
Or, as the politically clueless Laura Ingraham said yesterday morning on her radio program, “It’s Bill Frist’s fault.” (She admitted on her radio program about a year ago that she had no idea how the Virginia Republican Party selected its U.S. Senate primary candidates – she did not know what a “delegate” was. And we’re supposed to take advice from her?)
Last time I checked, those of “we the people” who bothered to vote elected these clowns.
Stop blaming others. The political predicament we find ourselves in is of our own doing. Or, more accurately, our own “not doing.” It’s OUR fault. It’s the fault of the American people. I’m guilty as charged – as of 2007, when I got involved in Republican local party politics as a precinct committeeman. But I voted for my Party leaders at the local, county and state levels. Did you?
Do you know how EASY it is to get into that position? Do you care to find out?
WE elected the clowns who now steal our money through confiscatory taxes that we’ve allowed them to pass for unconstitutional expenditures we’ve allowed them to pass.
So . . . what are YOU going to DO about it?
Let me guess. You are are going to “make your voice heard!” You’re going to:
Write another blog!
“Sign” another online petition!
Read more blogs at Redstate!
Listen to more talk radio! So you can, as Rush says, be that “go to” person on a particular issue! Go, Speed Racer, go!
Send more money to Republican U.S. House and Senate incumbents!
How’s that been working out for you?
Oh, I know! Let’s have another rally in DC!!!! That’ll show ’em!
Or, are you going to actually get your buttocks into a chair at your local Republican Party committee meeting? To take over a political party? So you can actually elect good, decent Americans as your representatives? Who will actually FIGHT for you? Instead of 20-year incumbents who will “cry for you” and not be able to name a single government program they’d kill.
Do you even know what “your local Republican Party committee meeting” refers to? I was actually chastised on an e-mail list reserved for “political activists” for explaining to some young person what the term “Party committee meeting” actually meant. I was being too “condescending,” or something. Well, as Steve Martin might say “Excuuuuse meeeee.”
Folks, we are about to lose our country as we know it. This is VERY serious business. My mission is not to make friends — it’s to make political comrades. To destroy, politically, the Democrat/socialist/progressive/Marxist enemies of this country. And that includes the two most recent supreme court justice nominees — whom our limp Richard Republican senators were too timid too confront.
Bottom line: Unless YOU “do something,” politically, inside the Republican Party, we will lose our country.
So, what are YOU going to DO?
Be honest. Do you know the geographical boundaries of your POLITICAL precinct? Do you know who your Republican precinct committeemen are? Or whether your precinct has any? Do you even know any of your Republican neighbors in your precinct? Have you ever been to a Republican Party committee meeting? Do you even know where it meets?
If you have not actually caused, with a clipboard, another citizen to sign a political petition of some sort in the last two years, you are not a real political activist.
Go to my little blog below.
Or e-mail me at coldwarrior1978 at gmail dot com. I’ll set you straight.
Will YOU help make 2011 “The Year of the Precinct Committeeman?”
ThePrecinctProject, so you can say, “I became a precinct committeeman before it was cool.” (Where it all started.)
“No one could make a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.” – Edmund Burke
Learn how to GOTV at The Concord Project and at Procinct.
They say Republicans are for the rich, Democrats are for the poor. If they need more voters, then they have to make more of who they are for. – gekster