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What I think Andrew Breitbart would want us each to do

What I think Andrew Breitbart was trying to get each good, decent American to do was encapsulated nicely in his comments at the Conservative Political Action Conference recently in Washington, D.C., as set forth on the graphic below.

 

He wanted us to join him, to unite with him. He defined the enemy as the totalitarians that they are. He did not care whom the nominee of the Republican Party turns out to be — rather, he cared just that we would unite behind that nominee and do everything each of us could do to get out the vote so that the nominee would win the election.

Breitbart understood that the Dominant Democrat Media Complex essentially acts as the propaganda arm of the Democrat Party. And so he wanted to tear it apart and expose it and destroy it. A good strategy. And implicit in his plea to good, decent Americans to unite behind the Republican nominee was another strategy which I don’t believe he talked about very much because I don’t believe he understood the need for it. At least I did not see any discussion about it in his book, Righteous Indignation.

Yes, we must try to destroy the Dominant Democrat Media Complex. And we must rally around our nominee. But how best to do the latter?

I never had a chance to talk to Breitbart, but if I had I would have tried to explain to him as quickly as possible The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy; that we conservatives needed to, as we were trying to destroy the Dominant Democrat Media Complex, rebuild the Republican Party at the local level, where we each lived, by filling up all of the vacant neighborhood precinct committeeman slots, half of which are currently vacant. And I think he would have agreed with that strategy as well.

Few of us have the oratorical skills of Breitbart or the wherewithal to become him. But, each of us can “channel our inner Breitbart” where we live to help get out the vote in November for the Republican Party presidential nominee and all of the other Republican candidates who will need our help to win their elections. And, some of us do have the time to at least attend our local Republican Party committee meetings to find out how to become a voting member of the Party to help make it stronger and, by our participation in the elections of the party officerrs (which only precinct committeemen may vote in), make the Party “more conservative.” While Breitbart did not come to the Republican Party and conservatism through the Party itself, as he explained in his address to the RightOnline conference in Minneapolis in June of 2011, I think he would have agreed that we conservatives need to unite politically inside the Republican Party itself and that, obviously, a full-strength, solidly conservative Party at all levels (local, county, state and national) would be far preferable than the current Party, which, at the neighborhood, precinct level only has about half of the precinct committeeman slots filled, has about one third of the precincts with not even a single precinct committeeman, and has about a 50-50 split ideologically between conservatives and moderates (which is reflected in the make up of the Republican National Committee officers elected by the RNC committeemen).

If you have the time, please watch Breitbart’s remarks to the RightOnline Conference attendees:

Channel Your INNER BREITBART!!!

Thank you.

Cold Warrior
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In 2012, will YOU become a “voting member” of the Republican Party in your precinct?

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Cold Warriorhttp://www.theprecinctproject.wordpress.com
Just a citizen who believes each conservative American's top priority should be active engagement as a precinct committeeman in the political Party our Founders and Framers would be members of if they were alive now: The Republican Party. I am an American first, a conservative second and a Republican precinct committeeman by necessity to secure the Blessings of Liberty to myself and my posterity.

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  1. The conservative world took a tremendous hit this past week, and the Left is salivating over it. The death of Andrew and the assault on Rush Limbaugh are major threats. We cannot let them win this way. As you say, CW, get inside the party and make a difference. This way every time I see an Establishment GOP endorse a “moderate” I won’t have to throw up my hands in frustration. Today, Va. Rep. Eric Cantor endorsed Mitt Romney…

  2. AB: “Maybe we should wrest absolute control (Hollywood, colleges, MSM)from these people and have a debate again.”

    “We cannot continue preaching to the choir”

    The truth and the mission have been defined.

  3. I also hope everyone will take the time to watch, and then watch again, taking notes, Breitbart’s comments at CPAC 2012.

    He defines the enemy and provides a strategy for defeating them in the media realm. But we also have to beat them at the ballot box, which he also recognizes but for which he does not provide a strategy for making that happen as well. The key for having conservatives win at the ballot box is by changing our our best “political tool” for making that happen. That tool is the Republican Party, and right now it’s at half strength at the critical level: at the neighborhood, precinct level. One third of the precincts in American have not even one Republican Party precinct committeeman. About half of the precinct committeeman slots in the Party are vacant. The slots that are filled are, unfortunately, split about 50-50 between conservatives and moderates, and that split gets reflected all the way up to the RNC level, where faux conservatives end up getting elected to the RNC Chairman slot. Which translates into atrocious policies such as allowing the likes of George Steponallofus and Diane Sawyer and John King to “moderate” the “debates” held for our candidates for the presidency. They way to change all of this is to get conservatives into our party at the neighborhood level, filling up all the vacant precinct committeemen slots so that we can elect better, more conservative and principled, party officers. Fill up all those vacancies with conservatives and all of a sudden we’ll have a full-strength, solidly conservative political party with a powerful Get Out The Vote army in every voting precinct.

    Thank you.

    CW

  1. The conservative world took a tremendous hit this past week, and the Left is salivating over it. The death of Andrew and the assault on Rush Limbaugh are major threats. We cannot let them win this way. As you say, CW, get inside the party and make a difference. This way every time I see an Establishment GOP endorse a “moderate” I won’t have to throw up my hands in frustration. Today, Va. Rep. Eric Cantor endorsed Mitt Romney…

  2. AB: “Maybe we should wrest absolute control (Hollywood, colleges, MSM)from these people and have a debate again.”

    “We cannot continue preaching to the choir”

    The truth and the mission have been defined.

  3. I also hope everyone will take the time to watch, and then watch again, taking notes, Breitbart’s comments at CPAC 2012.

    He defines the enemy and provides a strategy for defeating them in the media realm. But we also have to beat them at the ballot box, which he also recognizes but for which he does not provide a strategy for making that happen as well. The key for having conservatives win at the ballot box is by changing our our best “political tool” for making that happen. That tool is the Republican Party, and right now it’s at half strength at the critical level: at the neighborhood, precinct level. One third of the precincts in American have not even one Republican Party precinct committeeman. About half of the precinct committeeman slots in the Party are vacant. The slots that are filled are, unfortunately, split about 50-50 between conservatives and moderates, and that split gets reflected all the way up to the RNC level, where faux conservatives end up getting elected to the RNC Chairman slot. Which translates into atrocious policies such as allowing the likes of George Steponallofus and Diane Sawyer and John King to “moderate” the “debates” held for our candidates for the presidency. They way to change all of this is to get conservatives into our party at the neighborhood level, filling up all the vacant precinct committeemen slots so that we can elect better, more conservative and principled, party officers. Fill up all those vacancies with conservatives and all of a sudden we’ll have a full-strength, solidly conservative political party with a powerful Get Out The Vote army in every voting precinct.

    Thank you.

    CW

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