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Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by calilori, Nov 11, 2008.

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  1. calilori

    calilori TS Member

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    If you don't want to read a copy and paste then don't read it, but don't think I care about your opinion if you want to slam me about it.

    Fellow Republicans, we need to start thinking of ideas to contribute. If Steele takes over Duncan's job, he needs input before he takes over. You can submit ideas via the site. Let's get the GOP moving forward and take the country back in 2010 before Barney Frank & company completely wreck it.

    Speaking of Barney, they've already tapped the GOP person who will challenge him in 2010 (Barney never had challengers before - it was rather pointless in the People's Republic of Massachusetts). First meeting is 11/21. I'm going to see who he is and what I can do to help. Barney won re-election, but with the lowest number of votes he's gotten in his career. Apparently there is a huge uprising against that buffoon (as there should be given what he did to this country). I want the "New GOP" to put resources into ensuring that their candidiate succeeds, thus retiring that jackass Frank out to pasture.

    Welcome to our newest grassroots Web site, Republican For A Reason.

    As we regroup as a Party after the presidential election, we must reflect on what we have done well and what we can improve upon as we move forward.

    The Republican Party has always been the Party of hope and the Party of ideas. I strongly believe we will continue in this tradition as we work to the future.

    I thank everyone who volunteered their time, resources, and energy to elect John McCain, Sarah Palin and Republican candidates up and down the ticket. While we must acknowledge 2008 was a challenging year, we were able to hold critical House and Senate seats, raise more resources than ever before, and make gains in critical areas that would not have been met without your tireless efforts.

    Moving forward and right here, you have the opportunity to reflect on the reasons why you are a proud Republican. Please tell us what you would like to see the Party focus on and address in the coming weeks and months. To learn more about the principles of the Republican Party, read our Party rules and Party platform ratified during the 2008 Republican National Convention in Minnesota.

    I look forward to your input and your ideas.

    Best wishes,
    Robert M. "Mike" Duncan
    Chairman, Republican National Committee

    http://www.republicanforareason.com/intro.aspx
     
  2. calilori

    calilori TS Member

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    Glad you got the reference!
     
  3. crusha

    crusha TS Member

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    This Senate campaign in Minnesota, Al Franken blasted his Republican opponent because he voted for the "Bailout."


    So, based on this - Job One is:


    (1). Do Not vote with Congressional Democrats on any legislation for Amnesty or Bailouts. If the Democrats ask for your help, it is because they have vulnerable seats they want to protect, and they want to you to throw your body in front of the train so they can let those members off the hook. IF YOU VOTE FOR IT, YOUR BIPARTISANSHIP WILL BE FORGOTTEN...THEY WILL COME BACK AND BLAST YOU FOR IT IN YOUR NEXT RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN.


    If 12 Million undocumenteds are given Amnesty, and Republicans go along with it, the remaining Republican voters (especially older ones) will stay home in the midterm elections, and YOU WILL LOSE EVEN MORE SEATS.


    It's not time to be a "Statesman." It's time to maintain what seats you have left. Let the other side face the voters on the hot stuff. Not one single controversial vote, not one.
     
  4. calilori

    calilori TS Member

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    If you don't want to read a copy and paste then don't read it, but don't think I care about your opinion if you want to slam me about it.

    Fellow Republicans, we need to start thinking of ideas to contribute. If Steele takes over Duncan's job, he needs input before he takes over. You can submit ideas via the site. Let's get the GOP moving forward and take the country back in 2010 before Barney Frank & company completely wreck it.

    Speaking of Barney, they've already tapped the GOP person who will challenge him in 2010 (Barney never had challengers before - it was rather pointless in the People's Republic of Massachusetts). First meeting is 11/21. I'm going to see who he is and what I can do to help. Barney won re-election, but with the lowest number of votes he's gotten in his career. Apparently there is a huge uprising against that buffoon (as there should be given what he did to this country). I want the "New GOP" to put resources into ensuring that their candidiate succeeds, thus retiring that jackass Frank out to pasture.

    Welcome to our newest grassroots Web site, Republican For A Reason.

    As we regroup as a Party after the presidential election, we must reflect on what we have done well and what we can improve upon as we move forward.

    The Republican Party has always been the Party of hope and the Party of ideas. I strongly believe we will continue in this tradition as we work to the future.

    I thank everyone who volunteered their time, resources, and energy to elect John McCain, Sarah Palin and Republican candidates up and down the ticket. While we must acknowledge 2008 was a challenging year, we were able to hold critical House and Senate seats, raise more resources than ever before, and make gains in critical areas that would not have been met without your tireless efforts.

    Moving forward and right here, you have the opportunity to reflect on the reasons why you are a proud Republican. Please tell us what you would like to see the Party focus on and address in the coming weeks and months. To learn more about the principles of the Republican Party, read our Party rules and Party platform ratified during the 2008 Republican National Convention in Minnesota.

    I look forward to your input and your ideas.

    Best wishes,
    Robert M. "Mike" Duncan
    Chairman, Republican National Committee

    http://www.republicanforareason.com/intro.aspx
     
  5. calilori

    calilori TS Member

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    Glad you got the reference!
     
  6. crusha

    crusha TS Member

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    This Senate campaign in Minnesota, Al Franken blasted his Republican opponent because he voted for the "Bailout."


    So, based on this - Job One is:


    (1). Do Not vote with Congressional Democrats on any legislation for Amnesty or Bailouts. If the Democrats ask for your help, it is because they have vulnerable seats they want to protect, and they want to you to throw your body in front of the train so they can let those members off the hook. IF YOU VOTE FOR IT, YOUR BIPARTISANSHIP WILL BE FORGOTTEN...THEY WILL COME BACK AND BLAST YOU FOR IT IN YOUR NEXT RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN.


    If 12 Million undocumenteds are given Amnesty, and Republicans go along with it, the remaining Republican voters (especially older ones) will stay home in the midterm elections, and YOU WILL LOSE EVEN MORE SEATS.


    It's not time to be a "Statesman." It's time to maintain what seats you have left. Let the other side face the voters on the hot stuff. Not one single controversial vote, not one.
     
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