Shelby County Republican Chairman Lang Wiseman will square off against a Democrat on the subject of health care. He will be debating at the East High Auditorium Tuesday, October 13th at 7 at the event sponsored by the Memphis Urban League. Tickets to attend the benefit are $10. Any Midtowners interested in supporting the chairman and learning how to answer Democrat proposals for overhauling our medical system?
The Liberty Express Bus Tour will stop in Memphis Monday, Sept. 21, in an effort to build on the momentum of the march on Washington. You can participate by going to their rally Monday night at 5:30 in Audubon Park.
On September 8, Obama is going to address students in public schools throughout the nation. He’s going to ask them to write a letter to themselves detailing what they will do to help President Obama. Do you find this outrageous, as I do? If you have children in public school, will you keep them out on that day as many are suggesting? I would be interested in how the schools are presenting this. Memphisteaparty.com has some very good info on the subject. I give this idea an F.
It’s been great to see how many people have responded to the idea of a Midtown Republican club. And, telling their friends!
I will be in contact with everyone shortly. It’s been hectic. We’ll get together with Shelby County Republicans and start focusing on getting together.
“Giving Democrats control and responsibility for our money is like letting Michael Vick watch your dog for the weekend.” Tim Pawlenty, Minnesota governor
Memphis Tea Party group will have a radio show every Saturday night from 6 to 7. You can listen to it on KWAM 990 or stream it from their website. I’m sure they’ll have plenty to talk about.
I was flabberghasted to find out that in a city our size, the Shelby County Republican Club has fewer than 200 paying members. At $25 for a basic membership, this is appalling. I promptly ponyed up. As the membership chairman explained to me, that small number means our political clout is greatly hamstrung. You don’t have to be active in the party to make a difference; just boosting the roster will be helpful. You can make a check out to Republican Party of Shelby County and send it to 2400 Poplar Ave. Suite 418, Memphis 38112.