Friday, July 12, 2013

Guestblog: Conservative Roundup by Palin Smith

 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.
WE URGE everyone to get involved in his or her local government. It’s from the Boards and Commissions that name recognition gets started. A person might be the best man for the job, but without name recognition, the voters will ignore individuals and vote party affiliation. We realize that apathy
is inimical to improving government, especially at the state and federal level.
We suggest that you attend your town’s Board of Education meetings to find out where your property tax goes, what deals are in the works and if those in charge of the purse strings even care about your money. The town council meetings are a must. Boards of Finance, Planning and Zoning and others are also recommended.
If you are Unaffiliated, attend at least one Democrat and Republican Town Committee meeting. If you don’t like either of them, be advised that there is a rising tide among third parties. The Libertarians are putting forth an optimistic slate of candidates in 2nd district towns. The Independent Party in Waterbury regularly wins seats on boards and commissions and occasionally on the Board of Aldermen. Although the Tea Party is not a registered political party its favorites in the US House of Representatives are keeping this nation from drowning.
So we're not telling you what to do, just to do something other than remain inert. Getting active in the local elections this year will provide you with the working knowledge to help make a solid impact in the 2014 state elections. We’re focused on ejecting 133 legislators - the ones who trampled on the Constitution and infringed on our rights to protect ourselves. They are both Democrats and Republicans.
On July 6 the CT Oath Keepers and CCDL marched in the Enfield Parade. Although it was sizzling on the pavement, all the marchers from dozens of groups made it through. Even some elected officials strutted their stuff.
Yes, that is Boomer Steed at his red Jeep. If you wish to join either group, follow the links in the description.
Some familiar politicians:
And a new gun store near the Mass. Border:
If you think Florida is a retirement utopia you may be surprised to see that Freedom of Speech has its limits there also
Armed Teachers in South Dakota proves that in at least one state citizens cherish the safety of their children. Connecticut lags far behind.
Pot Luck picnic at the July meeting of the Connecticut Restoration Coalition . Please RSVP if you plan to attend and will bring something. A regular meeting will be slotted into the schedule. All are invited. Come meet some of Connecticut’s top grass roots activists.
Off Exit 32 from I-84. Turn north onto Queen Street for about half a mile. Turn left at the Dunkin Donuts. Half a block turn left into fenced-in industrial park and follow the arrows. Bring some friends.
Last week we included this:
Cort from the Stamford/Greenwich Tea Party has sent an urgent message. This is an excerpt:
To Everyone, MAKE THE CALL. Flood Boehner's office with calls telling him to use the Blue Slip described below. It is the most effective way to put the anti-constitutional amnesty bill out its misery. Make a hobby out of this. Tell your friends. Call all three offices. Call back to make sure they got your first, second and third messages . Harass the hell of him!
(937) 339-1524
(513)779-5400 tel
(202) 225-6205
Honorable John Boehner
Speaker of the House of Representatives
Washington, D.C. 20515
We’ve been calling many other Congressmen. If you can’t get through to their Washington DC offices, call their home state offices. It looks like we are making headway!!

And with all the lawyers in Congress, you would think one of them actually knows the Constitution.
A few friends invited us down to a Wednesday event in West Haven, in
Old Grove Park at the statue of the Lone Sailor, overlooking Long Island Sound. West Haven’s Beach is open to the public. You can enjoy the broad beaches, the cool breezes and fishing from the jetties. Be sure to keep the beach and vicinity clean. The natural beauty of the place is alluring. And yes, it was a political event.
Bart is a fine man. If you live in West Haven, he would welcome any help you can offer.
Waterbury’s Board of Aldermen meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month.
Consider book-marking the evening of September 9. We are thinking about staging a huge flash mob tax protest rally to coincide with the launching of the Waterbury election season. We’ve been told that a crowd of 100 might get the attention of those in charge of oppressing Waterbury’s taxpayers with one of the highest tax burdens in CT. If there is ever a place to begin a tax revolt it’s in Waterbury. We welcome feedback.
We’ll be discussing this more at the picnic Saturday. Needless to say, 100 is small potatoes when we’re networked to thousands. The size of a crowd in Waterbury might be an indication of our chances to win the General Assembly in 2014. A news story showing 1000+ will inspire others all across the state to do the same. Do you know what a chain reaction is?

It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds. (Samuel Adams)
Pass the matches or get out of the way…..
Palin Smith
This might be one indication of next year’s election for governor. A packed stadium of 6000 people reacted to Dannel Malloy last night. I wonder if he still likes baseball? And what kind of Democrat would he be without mentioning Newtown?
Let’s not just beat Malloy. Let’s sweep him out of office in a landslide!
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