May 16, 2009

WE ARE the Calvary! Rebuilding the GOP

A handy checklist for people who wish to complain about the RiNOs in the GOP.

Posted: 16 May 2009 11:53 AM PDT

Rebuilding the GOP: The Committeeman Project

Consider answering the questions before you go off on how the party isn't listening to you.

  • What is the name of your local GOP group, on the county / district level?
  • Who is the chair?
  • When do they meet?
  • What was discussed at the last meeting?
  • What happened at that meeting that you disagreed with the most?
  • How did they address your concerns?
  • When does the group or sub-group that would best resolve your concerns meet?
  • Who else in that group or sub-group would you say is your best ally in resolving that concern?
  • Who in your area is running for state, county, and local office?
  • What did they say that they needed the most help with?
  • Who is the greatest obstructionist in your group, and how do you get around him or her?

I'll keep saying it until it sinks in: there's no cavalry coming to save us, ladies and gentlemen.  That's because we're the cavalry.

And we are perfectly capable of saving ourselves.

To be relevant in politics, you need either formal power or a lot of people willing to follow your lead. The governing Republicans in the nation's capital have lost both on their continuing path to irrelevance. - Scott Rasmussen

Because of the Republican Party's lack of interest in the ideas that brought passion and energy to the party's base, many activists began to step away, give less money, not volunteer, and stay home on election day … The greatest danger to a GOP resurgence is not those folks who are motivated to political actions by their beliefs, but rather the way-too-powerful [go along to get along] good old boys who stalk the halls of Congress and statehouses across America. - Adam Graham, Pajamas Media

Bring control of the RNC back to the grassroots by making the GOP locally.  How many people will come to a grassroots meeting on the state of our Nation? 

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