It’s still the Republican party… but it behaves with the energy of a movement… it has momentum and is self-aware. It hums and buzzes, stretches and grows with huge infusions of like-minded Patriotic Americans who are answering the summons. It’s freedom calling and once again Americans are reaching for and grasping their own part of this historical movement.
There is a concerted effort out there in Marxville to discredit the Patriot Movements, trying to tie us to extremist groups. It’s the entire gamut of DeMarxist statist press with the usual low character of their reporting as their hallmark. There have also been some communications leaked, outlining intentions of infiltrating Conservative Tea Party groups for the purpose of disruption. It’s pretty much what I expected the Democrats to do. Remember all those Democrat crossover votes in open primaries that gave us John McCain as a candidate in 2008?
Watching this magnificent movement burgeon and grow has a sense of history to it. We have advocated new leadership and a clean stable in the Republican party. I’ve been gratified by seeing the sheer numbers of smart, sharp young guns making themselves heard out there in local, County and State government level. Starting soon, the attention will be focused like a laser on November and the Senate and House races.
We have some incredibly talented folks out there just like you. They have seen fit to answer their country’s call. We have huge opportunities right now to make big holes in Democrat numbers. We intend to introduce you to some of these folks. We will do some features to help out where we can. One such feature will be coming up in the next week or so.
This is starting to sound like a recruiting spiel and in a sense it is. If I can talk just one person off the sidelines and into action it’s all good. If you feel an itch in your comfort zone call your local Patriots group or Republican party officials and volunteer. Join the April 15 tax day tea party group in your area… add your voice to ours.
Semper Vigilans, Semper Fidelis
© Skip MacLure 2010