Sunday, January 30, 2011

Gerald Celente: Blame blah, China threat & Arab revolutions


Alice said...

Thank you for bringing these items to our attention. I attended a few Tea Party rallies and then realized that we can make noise but if we want to make a difference we need to get involved with politics at the local level. The real power is in the hands of the precinct delegates. They can change the face of the parties. Many precinct delegate slots are vacant as no one has shown interest for years. In many cases all you have to do is show up at your County GOP meeting and let them know you are interested. I did that last December and went to the January State Convention as a voting delegate this past weekend. You might want to do a blog about how to make a difference.

Rose said...

Thank you for your comment Alice. I am also a precinct delegate.

This last election, I was the only person on the ballot for either party. Not one person ran for the Democrats.

Yet, my precinct will vote Democrat when they take the time to even go out to vote. In November our turnout was about 40%.