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What Mitt Romney could be saying to “the Republican base” to seal the deal to victory over President Obama

I know many of you conservatives who have registered as Republican Party voters don’t believe I have any core conservative beliefs and believe I advocated for a federal individual mandate that all Americans buy health insurance or go to jail. I didn’t. And I don’t.

But here’s what I do know. And do advocate. Now.

First, we conservative Americans have to unite and organize to Get Out The Vote like never before if we are going to defeat President Obama in November.

Second, the best way for we conservatives to unite and organize to Get Out The Vote like never before to defeat President Obama and the other Democrat candidates in all of the partisan races in November is to unite and organize inside a political party. And that political party is, obviously, the Republican Party. And I don’t just mean registering to vote as a Republican. I mean more than that. I mean finding your local Republican Party committee — they usually meet monthly — and going to its meeting and finding out how you can volunteer to become a voting member of the Party. In most states, that’s called becoming a “precinct committeeman.” Regardless of the name, by becoming one — and it’s pretty easy — you get to not only vote for the local and county Party officers, but you might also be able to vote to endorse candidates in the all-important, traditionally-very-low-turnout primary elections.

Anyone from the Party ever told you about this? Any other candidates in the presidential primary told you about this? Well, it’s about time somebody did, and I’m telling you now.

About half of these “voting slots” in the Party, nationwide, are vacant right now. And about one-third of the voting precincts in America have not even one Republican Party precinct committeeman slot filled. Not one. In about one third of the voting precincts in America, not one of these vital volunteer slots to help Get Out The Vote and to be a liaison between the Republican voters in their precinct and the Party is filled with a warm body. In other words, we conservative Americans are going into battle against the Democrat Party, in our local precincts, at about half strength and with fully one third of our precincts having not even one Republican Party “boots on the ground” volunteer going door-to-door or making Get Out The Vote phone calls for our candidates.

As I said, our Republican Party is at half-strength. It’s at its weakest where it needs to be strongest. At the neighborhood level. The precinct level. We conservative Republicans must change that. Will you please attend your next local Republican Party committee meeting? To learn how to volunteer to get involved as a precinct committeeman? It only takes a couple of hours a month. Will you attend your meeting and learn how to help Get Out The Vote? Did you know that about 35% of registered Republicans did not bother to vote in the 2008 election that John McCain lost to President Obama by just 53 to 47 per cent?

I want to win the presidency. For you. For America. To get our country back on track. And to keep it on the track of less government spending, less government regulation, and lower taxation, “we the conservative people” need to re-energize the Republican Party with conservatives inside it. Won’t you help me? And help your country?

Please go to PrecinctProject.us to learn more. Then find your local committee and attend its meetings. You won’t be disappointed.

Thank you. And God bless America.

Mitt Romney

Thank you.

Cold Warrior
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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. When I wrote this, I knew full well Mitt Romney (nor virtually any other Republican candidate) would ever advocate publicly that the conservatives in their audiences ought to become Republican Party precinct committeemen. Why won’t they? It’s obvious if you think about it. They don’t want the Republican Party to be taken over by conservative Republicans of the “tea party” ilk. And they know it’s there for the taking. They know the Republican Party, at its current half-strength status (about half of the PC slots nationwide, in every state, are vacant) poses no real threat to their candidacies or their ability, if they are incumbents, to win their next primary election. Therefore, they like the status quo just fine.

    Mitt Romney will probably win in spite of the Republican Party’s current half-strength.

    Just as Obama won in a “perfect storm” for a Democrat candidate (doddering old progressive/RINO Republican adversary who ran horrible campaign + entire progressive dinosaur media cheerleading for him + lazy citizenry who did not investigate who Obama really was + “historic” opportunity to elect a black president) Romney will probably win in a “perfect storm” for him (Obama’s atrocious performance as president + energized citizenry now paying attention + Romney has a plan + no need to re-elect a black president + “it’s still the economy and we’re not stupid”).

    But we still have to help GOTV and we still have to take over the Republican Party.

    Who’s with me?

    Thank you.

    Cold Warrior

  1. When I wrote this, I knew full well Mitt Romney (nor virtually any other Republican candidate) would ever advocate publicly that the conservatives in their audiences ought to become Republican Party precinct committeemen. Why won’t they? It’s obvious if you think about it. They don’t want the Republican Party to be taken over by conservative Republicans of the “tea party” ilk. And they know it’s there for the taking. They know the Republican Party, at its current half-strength status (about half of the PC slots nationwide, in every state, are vacant) poses no real threat to their candidacies or their ability, if they are incumbents, to win their next primary election. Therefore, they like the status quo just fine.

    Mitt Romney will probably win in spite of the Republican Party’s current half-strength.

    Just as Obama won in a “perfect storm” for a Democrat candidate (doddering old progressive/RINO Republican adversary who ran horrible campaign + entire progressive dinosaur media cheerleading for him + lazy citizenry who did not investigate who Obama really was + “historic” opportunity to elect a black president) Romney will probably win in a “perfect storm” for him (Obama’s atrocious performance as president + energized citizenry now paying attention + Romney has a plan + no need to re-elect a black president + “it’s still the economy and we’re not stupid”).

    But we still have to help GOTV and we still have to take over the Republican Party.

    Who’s with me?

    Thank you.

    Cold Warrior

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