Previously I have chronicles my short road to conservative activism here. [That is "a-c-t-i-v-i-s-m" Ms. Napolitano, not "t-e-r-r-o-r-i-s-m".]
Yesterday, I attended the DC Tea Party ... my first protest rally. Judging from the comments I heard, I was not the only protest novice. Check another thing off of my "getting into conservative activist mode" list.
Today I've checked off another item. I'll be joining the Fairfax County Republican Committee. I aim to keep the pot boiling for the next Tea Party ... I presume on July 4, though maybe another will pop up sooner. I'll be doing my best to organize events on behalf of the Fairfax GOP to introduce candidates to the voters, to get information out to the voters, and generally to stir up the voters.
In the coming weeks, I'll be reporting on various Fairfax County candidates running in 2009. I will try to provide links to their websites or other contact info, just in case any Redstater out there would like to donate to their campaign.
Time to get down to work. Tea time is over, got some hard work and late nights ahead, so something stronger than tea might be in order. Maybe some J.A.V.A. (Just Americans Voicing Anger) to help folks keep up the steam.
No we are not terrorists, Ms. Napolitano, but we are angry. We are allowed to be angry.
Crossposted at fairfaxgardener.blogspot.com