Were You There?
September 19, 2009 5 Comments
Last night at Dewey Lowman, a group of right-wing extremists gathered to brainstorm ways to further terrorize the masses and incite violence amongst the Anti-Obama radicals. In other words, it was our Third Friday Happy Hour and the above description couldn’t be farther from the truth. In fact we had a blast discussing the idiocricies of the left, along with our strategy for moving forward. It’s always great to be surrounded by like-minded people, sipping on cheap booze. Both DJ Madron and Steve Whisler were there and accounted for. Were you?
Of course I have to give a shout out to our greatest fan, Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, though, who was brought nearly to tears on Thursday as she spoke about the atrocities brought on by these America-haters.
“This kind of rhetoric is just, is really frightening and it created a climate in which we, violence took place and … I wish that we would all, again, curb our enthusiasm in some of the statements that are made.”
Seriously Pelosi? What violence did those conservatives incite in the 70’s? You know what? Glen Beck says it best.
Honestly folks, I have to say that the left is losing it, absolutely losing it, and I am loving every minute of it. I keep going back to Blair Lee’s speech at the PVRC’s Patriot Day Reception on September 11. “Leave the Democrats alone and they’ll do themselves in every time.” It’s almost like watching an atomic bomb go off, only they’re imploding.
Our job is not simple, but it is clear. We need to get involved in our local entities, whether it’s the PVRC, Local PTA, Coalition for the Preservation of Southwest Baltimore County, a candidate’s campaign, the Tea Parties, your neighborhood association, or so on and so forth. The point is that to get out there, spread the word, rally up the “troops” (and not for the purpose of inciting violence, my personal disclaimer), make some noise. Don’t let this opportunity pass us by. Grab hold of the political equity that we’ve been handed on a silver platter, invest in it, and reap the rewards come 2010.
SO WHAT CAN YOU DO NOW?
- PVRC Meetings, Second Thursday of EVERY Month, Bloomsbury Comm Center, 7 pm
- Third Friday Happy Hour, 5-8 (and apparently longer for Karaoke), Dewey Lowman
- Bob Erhlich & Family Corn Roast, Oct 3, Contact Leslie for Ticket Info
- Flag Waving on Frederick Road Overpass, 11th of every month, 8:45 am – 10:45 am
- Post Blog Entries (especially this one), Articles, Videos on Facebook, Twitter, and your personal blog
- Follow PVRCGOP on Twitter for updates on local politics
- Write your Congressmen, Senators, and other Elected Officials often
- Write an editorial for a local newspaper such as the Catonsville Times, Baltimore Sun (though I doubt they’d publish it), The Examiner and more.
- Contribute to a LOCAL campaign, either financially or as a volunteer. I’m sure Al Nalley, DJ Madron, and Steve Whisler would appreciate the support.
If you have other ideas of how you can get involved, or things you can do to make an impact, please let us know in the comments below.