Saturday, November 8, 2008

The Fight back begins

Hello ladies, I am still in deep mourning, and I am still " going dark" from radio and TV news. But I am checking email and have been asked to post this:

> TODAY, Grassfire.org is launching a national campaign inviting
> like-minded grassroots conservatives across the country to band
> together and RESIST what President-elect Obama, Nancy Pelosi
> and Harry Reid have planned.
>
> Please go here to Join the Resistance:
>
> http://www.grassfire.net/r.asp?u=13213&RID=16398068
>
> You and I are the last line of defense for our freedoms and liberties.
> Only an unprecedented idea-based Resistance from freedom-loving
> citizens can prevent the full implementation of Obamaʼs march to
> the Left. But we must start now. We cannot wait until next year
> to get organized.
>
> Please Join the Resistance. And then invite your friends.
>
>
> Steve Elliott, President
> Grassfire.org
>

Thursday, November 6, 2008

December Meeting

Remember our December meeting will be on the FIRST Saturday, December 6, at 9AM. Due to schedules, we've decided to have a morning meeting early in the month (rather that the evening/family/spouse gathering discussed). Come help us recover from the election and discuss positive/hopeful projects we can become involved in!

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

The Day After

I'm speechless, distraught, depressed and downright fearful.
God save us from ourselves. God Bless America and God Save Israel.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Vote Today

The 10 reasons I am optimistic about this election....
1) We are still a nation of Faith. I have received and am participating in many prayer chains. The Catholics are unified, the Evangelicals will turn out in droves and the rest of us Christians see our freedom of religion and speech threatened.
2) People do vote their checkbooks
3) Many people they are counting as democrats registered as such to vote in the primaries, like me. I registered as a democrat to vote against Cynthia McKinney 2 years ago and judging by my mail, they still think I am a democrat.
4) Most people are not talking to the pollsters. The numbers you see are based on small samples of 600-800 people, those who actually answer their phones. When's the last time you answered an unknown number?
5) They don't poll in "red states" like Georgia.
6) Not all African Americans support Obama. We in Georgia have a very large middle and upper middle class African American population. These are intelligent, educated people who can do the math. The African American conservative movement is on the rise.
7) OH, PA, WV- Obama says he wants to bankrupt the coal industry. My husband's family were coal miners in WV and I can tell you the coal comment didn't sit well.
8) OH, PA, WV- They were called "racists" and "rednecks" and they cling to "guns and religion"- that didn't sit well either.
9) Don't underestimate the women's vote. We do outnumber the men, many feel cheated out of Hillary and see a chance with Sarah Palin. She has energized women of all ages, incomes and education levels no matter their political affiliation.
10) Joe the Plumber- and all like him. Our nation is built on small businesses. No where else in the world can you do this, start out with a few dollars and a dream and turn it into a profit. Small business owners will fight to protect their way of life. Obama will cut their legs out from underneath them.

bonus 11) Our nation is created by God. We are the divine experiment. Our foundation is solid, our documents have and will survived the test of time. We have been through bad presidents before and we'll have bad leadership again. We will withstand it. Our brilliant forefathers designed it that way. Have faith.

Go McCain/ Palin/ Chambliss