By Kevin “Coach” Collins
Scott Brown’s huge victory in Massachusetts brings us to a serious question: Where do we go next? With no national battle on the horizon, now it’s time to roll up our sleeves and fight for the life of our country in our own home districts.
What you can do
First contact your local Republican County Committee join up and get active. You’ll probably be welcomed and given an assignment as a District Captain. Take it, but don’t stop there. Get on the County Committee’s subcommittee to select your nominee for Congress.
If you have to, be tough, be demanding and don’t allow the committee to settle for any candidate who is not a strong conservative.
Remember this election cycle is an EMPLOYERS market.
We can’t let this opportunity die
In many districts we will be able to win easily, but winning is just not enough. We have to demand our nominees are strong reliable conservatives. We must not allow the party hacks who run many of our County Committees to pick a series of Scozzafava like RINOs. They will be deadly to our new Conservative Revolution.
A target rich environment: soft Democrat incumbents
There two nonpartisan political analysts whose reports have identified a number of weak Democrats across the country. Stuart Rothenberg and Charlie Cook both agree on these prime Democrat targets but there’ll be more because of Brown’s victory.
If you’re in one of these districts you know what to do.
Bright Al 2, Markey Co 4, Grayson Fl 8, Minnick Id 1, Kratovil Md 1, Childers Ms 1, OPEN NH 1, Driehaus Oh 1, Kilroy Oh 15, Sestak Pa 7, Tanner Tn 8, OPEN Wa 3.
Roll up your sleeves and get to work along with the millions of other conservatives that are fighting to save our America.
Our national survival demands on what each of us do
If you aren’t in one of these districts ask your local Committee about how you can help, or find the weak Democrat in a nearby district and be willing to travel to that district if need be. America needs all of us. We have to be willing to ransom back our freedom using our money our work our sweat and our prayers.
In 1775 the Massachusetts colonists stepped up to pay the price for freedom and liberty. Now they have done it again, but we can’t let them stand alone. The price for freedom has to be paid again. Where do you stand?
What did you do to defend American freedoms yesterday? What will you do today? What will you do tomorrow?
Yesterday’s Rasmussen Presidential Index had Obama at -12
This day in history January 20
1892 At the Springfield Massachusetts YMCA the first official basketball game is played.
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