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Thursday Mixed Bag of Topics

Been busy this week, blog opening and all that, and have a few topics to share with you all. Yes, it is an abbreviated post, but it is good stuff!

Enjoy The Blend:

Epic Fail of the Year: West Chester Democrat committee people in collusion with a spokesperson for the WCASB Democrat candidates were caught concocting a backdoor smear campaign against the Republican WCASB candidates. In the following email exchange, a committee person goes so far as to volunteer to circumvent campaign finance rules in order to make this happen. Below are the damning emails -  is this the type of leadership voters can expect from Dem committee people and their school board candidates?

—– Original Message —–
From: Brian McGinnis
To: oneonone@verizon.net ; john beitzel ; rich davis
Sent: Sunday, September 13, 2009 8:37 PM
Subject: Lit Drop for East Bradford this weekend

Fred, John, Rick,
I have talked about the plan to do a massive negative lit drop in Mark Pimley’s precint and think we need to do that this weekend. Most likely Friday night or Saturday.

We need to bring up the negatives and show the people in East Bradford just how right wing these candidates really are. Let me know what you guys think.

B

—– Original Message —–
From: Fred Rothman
To: Brian McGinnis ; john beitzel ; rich davis
Cc: Robert Graham(S2) ; Nathaniel Smith(pol)
Sent: Sunday, September 13, 2009 10:16 PM
Subject: Lit Drop for East Bradford this weekend
At today’s meeting it was more or less agree upon to start the negative stuff in about 4½-5 weeks with a targeted mailing, certain WC wards & other specific precincts.

In reference to your lit drop Brian & for the benefit of the rest on this eMail Cc: Mark Pimley is the committee person in EB S-1 living at (address removed for privacy) off of Sconneltown (see the google map below).

I’ve gotten some negative feedback about doing a lit drop for defaming him (& his wife) for hosting this fundraiser for the “R’s” school board campaign.

It’s the candidates we need to attack, so depending on what our negative-type letter claims, to me, that would make a case about whether it should be done.

Now I’m not personally opposed to doing a mailing that would go out as quickly as we could get one together. I would afford a fair share of the cost if that’s decided that that’s what should be done. Are we certain about a date of when the fundraiser is?

Below is the actual location of the Pimley home, so limiting a mailing/lit drop to the adjacent neighbors would have to be determined. 100, 200, 500, Dems, soft “R’s”, Ind.???

http://maps.google.com/maps (coordinates removed for privacy)

FmR
West Chester, PA 19382

Ooohh..more under the cut


BlogHer – BlogHer is sponsoring conference calls with members of Congress and their first pick for the Republican side is Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA). The call will include both conservative and liberal bloggers but I want to make sure the conservatives are represented. Click HERE to see how you can join in this conversation.

GOP Solutions for Health care – Despite Obama’s claim to the contrary, the GOP has put forth a series of commonsense health care reforms that the nation can afford. Speaking of healthcare, check out the Heritage Foundation’s website A Dose of Reality – Fact Checking the White House according the site “The White House now has a taxpayer-funded Web site to “reality check” credible criticisms and arguments. Problem is the videos “debunking” each “myth” are low on facts.” The Heritage foundation has responded by creating fact filled videos addressing the issues raised by the White House. It is worth your time to view these videos to gain a better perspective of the health care issues.

Instapundit is getting nervous when Diversity Czars spout stuff like this:

President Obama’s diversity czar at the Federal Communications Commission has spoken publicly of getting white media executives to “step down” in favor of minorities, prescribed policies to make liberal talk radio more successful, and described Hugo Chavez’s rise to power in Venezuela “an incredible revolution.”

I’m thinking soon we will see another Czar in an unemployment line.

Philly Note: Tonight I had the pleasure of meeting Al Schmidt - Republican candidate for City Controller in the city of Brotherly Love.  His speech highlighted a jarring truth – Philadelphia has the highest tax burden of any U.S. city and we have the highest total city debt of any U.S. city. We tax the most and borrow more than any other city, yet cannot provide core municipal services like police and fire.  Something is wrong with this system, Al is the candidate who is not afraid to take on the system to fix this problem. This is change I can support.

Blog Note: Still working to get images to display in a pop out window on the blog posts. Remember, patience is a virtue!

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2 responses to “Thursday Mixed Bag of Topics

  1. says:

    Thanks for sharing this.

    The Dems attack candidates and now they’ve been caught red-handed, planning to do a “massive negative” literature drop to “defame” good people (and their wives).

    It’s disgusting and let’s hope the Daily Local Newspaper tells the readers about it.

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