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Confronted with insurmountable opportunities

 

Insurmountable.

Rushing past us now like the windows of a fast train are the precinct, county and state caucuses/conventions where the GOP leaders for the next 2 years are chosen. If it’s your intent to change the direction of the GOP, you need to get involved now.

Obama used the metaphor of a car that had driven into a ditch in the last campaign. Of course, he had envisioned that the car had gone off into the ditch on the right. Tea partiers see the car swerving to the left. What do you do when your youngster is driving and drifting off the the left? Send a fax or email? Sign a petition? No! You grab the wheel and yank the car back over into the proper lane.

That’s just what more and more Tea Party types are doing this season as they show up at the precinct and county caucuses to choose the new GOP leaders – the new leaders who will put our party back on track. They are getting involved and taking over governance of their own party.

We tried letter, faxes, protests and petitions. Not much help. But as the GOP swings back t the right bit by bit, we are learning that our work is taking effect.

If you want to get to know more about online fax services check out efax services.

Take responsibility for the governance of your party today. If you don’t know how, you can go to PROCINCT.net to learn.

(headline h/t: Pogo)

Ron Robinson is author/founder of PROCINCT.net, the online app that broke the PDI/VoterVault monopoly for your precinct walk lists and he is a GOP precinct committeeman/state delegate in California.)

Ron Robinsonhttp://www.procinct.net
Ron Robinson (Alhambra, CA) is founder of PROCINCT.net, a national internet platform that broke the party Voter Vault/PDI monopoly and delivered precinct walk lists in the 2010 election for over 16 million voters in wards in 20 US states. PROCINCT.net added Precinct Committeeman (PC) Strategy support in Dec of 2010 and is rapidly emerging as a premier online Precinct Strategy resource having worked directly with party and election officials in states to remove local obstacles to becoming a Precinct Committeeman. He is GOP Chair for the AD49 GOP Central Committee, a member of the Los Angeles County GOP Central Committee and a member of the LA GOP Technology Committee. Robinson worked as New Media Director for the John Colbert campaign for US Congress. He is an expert in social media and internet security and an outspoken advocate of precinct committee work, GOTV work, and transparency in party governance.

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  1. Ron, you and cw preach this message all the time; here’s some feedback: I’m going to my county GOP meeting for the first time ever this Saturday. This is something I’d never have done, but for reading your posts, and I probably wouldn’t have made up my mind to do it, but for the repetition of the message. Keep beating the drum.

  2. There is one other thing happening now, and we need to pay attention to it.

    The primary schedule is being set and the RNC is gaming the primaries once again to favor northeastern establishment Rockefeller Republicrats.

    I’ve fussed for the last three years about the FACT that the RNC has always pushed the primary system to favor moderate nominees by front loading big blue states with open primaries

    NOTHING gets me madder than remembering walking into the polling booth IN TEXAS in March of 07 knowing my vote didn’t mean spit because Romney had dropped out at CPAC the week before and Huckabee had no chance to stop the “Maverick”

    TEXAS is THE Biggest…Reddest state in the country…and we are one of the last states to vote in the Republican Primary System?

    REALLY???

    Why is that exactly?

    The RNC is currently involved in a war with FL to keep it from moving up to the front of the pack as we speak.

    If you’re a Texan…start calling TODAY your state Representative and ask them to push to set Texas Primary the week after New Hampshire and on the same day as SC!!!!

    • We have been surveying all the states and have already concluded that many of the northeastern states are very, very hard for a newbie to break into – DC, MD and NY come immediately to mind.

      The procinct ning will have tips soon as to how to ‘break in’ anyway. Then we can get on with choosing true conservatives.

      We ain’t gonna quit this just because it’s hard.

      • I’m not advocating quiting on anything…I’m calling for all Texans especially to make some noise and get our state legislature to move our primary up…I’d like to see the whole south do the same…I’m sick of watching the Northeast go first with open primaries allowing Dems to pick the Republican Nominee before I have a chance to vote…in fact…it enrages me to know end that no one has caught onto this game and no one with the power to do anything about it has seen fit to even discuss the issue or look at it let alone do anything about it.

        Even in Regan’s day it was an issue….Ford beat him in the early states and it wasn’t even close till the end after Regan stayed despite the party bosses calling on him to give it up…He narrowed the gap and almost beat Ford in 76

  3. Definitely can’t sit on the sidelines. Ron, if you could shoot me an email at hillbilly at hillbillypolitics.com I could sure use a bit of guidance to point me in the right directions. This “babe in the woods” just stepped up and into it.

  1. Ron, you and cw preach this message all the time; here’s some feedback: I’m going to my county GOP meeting for the first time ever this Saturday. This is something I’d never have done, but for reading your posts, and I probably wouldn’t have made up my mind to do it, but for the repetition of the message. Keep beating the drum.

  2. There is one other thing happening now, and we need to pay attention to it.

    The primary schedule is being set and the RNC is gaming the primaries once again to favor northeastern establishment Rockefeller Republicrats.

    I’ve fussed for the last three years about the FACT that the RNC has always pushed the primary system to favor moderate nominees by front loading big blue states with open primaries

    NOTHING gets me madder than remembering walking into the polling booth IN TEXAS in March of 07 knowing my vote didn’t mean spit because Romney had dropped out at CPAC the week before and Huckabee had no chance to stop the “Maverick”

    TEXAS is THE Biggest…Reddest state in the country…and we are one of the last states to vote in the Republican Primary System?

    REALLY???

    Why is that exactly?

    The RNC is currently involved in a war with FL to keep it from moving up to the front of the pack as we speak.

    If you’re a Texan…start calling TODAY your state Representative and ask them to push to set Texas Primary the week after New Hampshire and on the same day as SC!!!!

    • We have been surveying all the states and have already concluded that many of the northeastern states are very, very hard for a newbie to break into – DC, MD and NY come immediately to mind.

      The procinct ning will have tips soon as to how to ‘break in’ anyway. Then we can get on with choosing true conservatives.

      We ain’t gonna quit this just because it’s hard.

      • I’m not advocating quiting on anything…I’m calling for all Texans especially to make some noise and get our state legislature to move our primary up…I’d like to see the whole south do the same…I’m sick of watching the Northeast go first with open primaries allowing Dems to pick the Republican Nominee before I have a chance to vote…in fact…it enrages me to know end that no one has caught onto this game and no one with the power to do anything about it has seen fit to even discuss the issue or look at it let alone do anything about it.

        Even in Regan’s day it was an issue….Ford beat him in the early states and it wasn’t even close till the end after Regan stayed despite the party bosses calling on him to give it up…He narrowed the gap and almost beat Ford in 76

  3. Definitely can’t sit on the sidelines. Ron, if you could shoot me an email at hillbilly at hillbillypolitics.com I could sure use a bit of guidance to point me in the right directions. This “babe in the woods” just stepped up and into it.

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