THE WEATHERMAN MANIFESTO
CODEVILLA: THE CHOSEN ONE
MUST-READ CODEVILLA PIECE
RAPIDES REPUBLICAN PARISH EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The Rapides Republican Parish Executive Committee (RRPEC) is, officially, the Republican Party of Rapides Parish, Louisiana. Although it is affiliated with the Republican Party of Louisiana, the RRPEC exists, in its own right, according to the Louisiana Revised Statutes (Title 18: Louisiana Election Code) and, therefore, retains a certain autonomy, particularly when applied to its mission and goal:
To organize, develop and grow the Republican Party in Rapides Parish and to recruit, endorse and elect qualified Republicans to public office.
The RRPEC membership consists of fourteen registered Republicans elected by registered Republican voters, in Rapides Parish, and are tasked to provide leadership and service to their constituents. Nine members of the committee represent districts corresponding to the nine Rapides Parish Police Jury districts and are elected by registered Republicans, who reside in those districts. The five at-large members of the committee are elected by registered Republicans, parish-wide.
Members of the RRPEC serve for four-year terms and are elected during years presidential elections are held.
"SHOULD BE" BILLBOARD
QUOTE OF THE DAY
"One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors." - Plato
REMEMBER THIS QUOTE
“It’s no longer about Conservative vs. Liberal; it’s about power-hungry, totalitarian Progressives vs. everyone else.”
"The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of ‘liberalism' they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened."
- Norman Thomas
A SHORT SPELLING LESSON
The last four letters in “American” – I Can
The last four letters in “Republican” – I Can
Last four letters in “Democrats” – Rats
Test to follow in November - the month set aside as Rodent Extermination Month
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“Two fundamental rules of American politics: Rule 1) Don't say anything that makes the voter feel bad about himself/herself or offends his/her sensibilities; Rule 2) No matter how complex the problem reassure the voter that the solution is simple and can be achieved quickly without personal sacrifice.”
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