More insight on what he has in store for the U.S.:
So Kent Williams wants back in the GOP, as reported in today’s Commercial Appeal. Kent, the Republican state house member who conferred with the Democrats to get his speakership and deny it to the Republican in line for that post, is asking for reinstatement in the GOP. They had stripped him for his treachery. Kent, you really think this will happen? I understand Michael Steele has a target on Williams’ back for the primary.
A howler headline in The Commercial Appeal this morning:
Even GOP sweep of vote today won’t cast out party’s problems.
Really? If we lose, we lose; if we win, we lose, too! Fancy that.
Someone recently asked me why I bothered to work at the polls. It is boring, it is long, the pay is poor and it sometimes seems like a waste of time.
Then, you look at the elections such as the NY 23, New Jersey and Virginia; consider the ACORN videos, the Black Panthers in Pennsylvania and wonder how many fraudulent elections have taken place. Many times we Republicans have believed that we could trust our officials. Often we are outnumbered as workers. It can’t happen anymore. We must get in there and monitor what happens to ensure fair elections. Our military men give up years of their lives to protect this country. Certainly, civilians can give a little to protect freedom, too.
If Republicans are absent from black precincts, doesn’t that give a poor impression? We cannot give up on our neighbors. In the end it might be the person to person working together that changes minds.
At the least, it is a very educational experience to see how our system of governance works.
Obama’s safe schools czar, Kevin Jennings, has admitted he urged a young boy molested by an older man to just enjoy it. If anyone doubts his proclivities, take a look at him at www.massresistance.org.