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RNC Elections for Party Chair
« on: January 05, 2009, 12:34:26 am »
Ladies and Gentlemen -

Saw this posted on David Codrea's blog, but not mentioned here (at least in a quick search.)  Effectively we have an opportunity to ask pointed questions of those who would lead the Republicans, but only if we act, particularly in regards to making the RNC stand up for those things we stand for, like defense of the 2nd amendment.

It's late, but better late than never:

My recommendation would be registering and voting for at least the one pro second amendment question that's making the rankings.

Looks like one by Michael Bane currently has the most votes, currently listed as question 630.  Sort by vote count, and search within the page on your browser.

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    Re: RNC Elections for Party Chair
    « Reply #1 on: January 05, 2009, 10:42:54 am »
    How many would like to place a bet the republicans lose this election too??? :o :confused :surrender ???
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    Re: RNC Elections for Party Chair
    « Reply #2 on: January 05, 2009, 12:47:04 pm »
    My question has 20 votes so far, but is on the second page now. We need another 30 or so votes to get Michael Bane's comment on the first page of highest votes.

    I think it slightly amusing and slightly frustrating that there are so many of the same Ron Paul questions. They are taking up too many questions that could be other questions when they already have on as the #1 question to be asked.
    If I saw a guy with a 60cu/ft safe filled to the brim with nothing but Jennings, Lorcins and Hi-Points, I'd look at the guy and say "Right on brother".

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