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Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Guest Blog: Greetings Patriots from Palin Smith Conservative Roundup
Below is a roundup of Conservative events being held this week. Complied and submitted by Palin Smith. Opinions are that of Palin Smith and do not necessarily reflect that of Insider Staff.
If you want to attend the CCDL Gun Rights Rally
at the State Capitol Saturday at Noon and don’t have a ride, be advised there
are several buses reserving seats, and car pools in the process of being formed.
To find a ride or volunteer to drive a full vehicle, follow this link, which is
also the Face Book invite to the event.
Last Saturday at the Connecticut Restoration Coalition
meeting at KING 33 in Southington, the sister of the baker who created the cake
“seen ‘round the world” attended for the first time. This video tells her
THE PRESCOTT BUSH DINNER MAY 20 IN
The Connecticut Republican Party is set to present an award to
Senate Minority Leader, John McKinney, at the dinner.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has been booked as the
If you remember, conservative Tea Party favorite, Walker, handily won a
costly recall election last year. This is what can happen in a formerly “blue”
state when a good conservative takes the helm of the Republican Party. Walker
brought the establishment Republicans together with the Tea Party Conservatives
in a stunning victory.
Walker had attracted the ire of unions and national Democrats after
transforming Wisconsin into a right to work state. Many Tea Party friends from
Connecticut traveled to Wisconsin at their own expense to aid in that campaign.
There is an opportunity to unite established
Republicans in Connecticut with conservatives and Tea Party Patriots. Many RTC
Chairmen, including those in Enfield and Woodbury, have voiced their intentions
to boycott the Prescott Bush Dinner over the announced award being presented to
Sen. John McKinney. Most Republicans are highly disappointed with McKinney’s
actions during the gun control debate. His vote was observed as
trampling on the 2nd Amendment!
If you resent the Senator’s apparent lapse of judgment, you can make your
opinion heard in the following manner:
We do not intend to do damage to the CT Republican
Party. The Party has been adept at self-infliction. Perhaps we
can learn from this moment in time to follow Governor Walker’s leadership. As a
gesture to unite the Party with the people.
I remember a scene from the Academy Award winning movie,
Let us resolve that the Connecticut Republican
Party will never again be subjugated to the whims of weak leadership or