Advice for the politically forlorn: Go local

We all know the score now, and we have defined our enemy, the beast of the Democrat leftist machine.  Tea partiers, independents, Republicans, choir members:  If the time has come for all good men to come to the aid of their country, then here is what we should do.

Go local. 

Begin by taking a few free and easy steps in identifying candidates in your towns, sending out emails to everyone on your list asking them to do the same, and vote in your primaries.  Have your kids put those you support onto their Facebook pages immediately. 

In short, use as much free media as possible. 

Then, if you can, donate money, as much as you can to those you support.  If they win their primary, they'll need money to unseat the undesirable candidates.

The palpable frustration among the GOP and anti-Obama citizens on how money is being spent cannot continue to divide the conservative population if we are to win in November.  Tony Perkins of Family Research Council on Friday sent out an alert to stop contributing to the RNC.  Perkins suggested donating to specific candidates whom you trust.

The Wall Street Journal this morning has an article on Michael Steele and the RNC's abuse of donated funds.  This GOP operative hits the nail on the head:

"I don't need Michael Steele on TV to say what is wrong with Barack Obama," says one GOP operative. "We have an entire party to do that. I need him compiling micro-targeted voter information."

Many AT readers of late have indicated that they are aware of what we conservatives are up against, and they want to know how to take practical steps towards mitigating the disastrous policies already in motion by a leftist regime run amuck. 

In my own circle of friends, I have taken a cursory poll on where they stand on candidates in our local elections.  Sorry to say, many of them don't know who is running, and they act like sheep waiting for the shepherd to direct them.  In many towns across America, there are no shepherds. 

Let's get the voter information to all of those in our communities who will follow, if we simply lead.

We all know the score now, and we have defined our enemy, the beast of the Democrat leftist machine.  Tea partiers, independents, Republicans, choir members:  If the time has come for all good men to come to the aid of their country, then here is what we should do.

Go local. 

Begin by taking a few free and easy steps in identifying candidates in your towns, sending out emails to everyone on your list asking them to do the same, and vote in your primaries.  Have your kids put those you support onto their Facebook pages immediately. 

In short, use as much free media as possible. 

Then, if you can, donate money, as much as you can to those you support.  If they win their primary, they'll need money to unseat the undesirable candidates.

The palpable frustration among the GOP and anti-Obama citizens on how money is being spent cannot continue to divide the conservative population if we are to win in November.  Tony Perkins of Family Research Council on Friday sent out an alert to stop contributing to the RNC.  Perkins suggested donating to specific candidates whom you trust.

The Wall Street Journal this morning has an article on Michael Steele and the RNC's abuse of donated funds.  This GOP operative hits the nail on the head:

"I don't need Michael Steele on TV to say what is wrong with Barack Obama," says one GOP operative. "We have an entire party to do that. I need him compiling micro-targeted voter information."

Many AT readers of late have indicated that they are aware of what we conservatives are up against, and they want to know how to take practical steps towards mitigating the disastrous policies already in motion by a leftist regime run amuck. 

In my own circle of friends, I have taken a cursory poll on where they stand on candidates in our local elections.  Sorry to say, many of them don't know who is running, and they act like sheep waiting for the shepherd to direct them.  In many towns across America, there are no shepherds. 

Let's get the voter information to all of those in our communities who will follow, if we simply lead.

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