There are Republicans and then there are Republican Party members — What ’bout You?
Are you a Republican Party member? No, I’m not asking if you are a registered Republican in your state. I’m asking if you are a voting member of the Republican Party.
That is, are you eligible to vote for your local Republican Party committee officers? Are you eligible to vote for your county Republican Party officers? Are you eligible to vote for the delegates or “state committeemen” who elect the officers of your state’s Republican Party?
Are you eligible to vote for your state’s Republican Party national committeeman and committeewoman? That is, the members of the Republican National Committee? Are you eligible to vote for your state’s Republican Party chairman?
Do you know how to become a Republican Party member who can do these things? Do you know how easy it is to become a voting member of our Republican Party? Do you know that the “powers that be” aren’t exactly advertising how easy it is to become a voting member of the Party? Have you figured out how important it is for conservatives to become voting members of the Republican Party, especially in light of the fact that about half of these voting member slots are vacant? Can you do basic math?
Our time and money are limited. How will you spend it?
Here’s what it looks like when you become a member in Arizona:
Will you become a voting member of the Republican Party?
It might help save our country.
In 2012, will YOU become a “voting member” of the Republican Party in your precinct?