THANK YOU, HI-FIVES and FIST BUMPS (to YOU and YOU and YOU)
Dear Fellow Patriots:
I am sure we feel better today than at this point in 2012, although we wish we could have helped Paul Chabot, Neil Derry and John Montgomery win their races.
We on the Redlands Tea Party Patriots cabinet offer our profound thanks to all of the patriots who helped in this election. So many people did so many things, we cannot begin to name them. Canvassing, assembling canvassing packets, helping with market night, promoting our candidates and principles through social media, putting up yard signs, writing letters to the editor, writing online comments, talking to friends, family and coworkers, making calls for our candidates, attending rallies, inviting people to Tea Party meetings, contributing money, and of course voting.
Some people can do more, some people can do less. However, everything helps. As Tim Donnelly said: “everyone can do something.” As just one example, I will long remember the two (shall we say senior) patriot ladies at our meeting on October 30. They could not canvas, but they could and did assemble canvassing packets, and they reached into the purses and gave what they could help Paul Chabot.
We on the Redlands Tea Party Patriots cabinet also thank you for the privilege and honor of helping to lead such a great organization of dedicated patriots.
Collective high-fives and fist bumps all around, now back to work. As Andrew Breitbart said, “we are in a long war for the soul of America.” The Left is not giving up, and neither can we.
are always open to your ideas, comments, suggestions, criticisms and, offers to help. Everyone is welcome to call us, speak to us at meetings or e-mail us at Cabinet@RedlandsTeaParty.net
Going forward, according to the San Bernardino County Registrar, “For Pete’s Sake” Aguilar leads Paul Chabot by 1635 votes this morning. Out of a congressional district of approximately 700,000 people, could we have helped get Paul Chabot 1636 more votes? Are there 1636 Reps, conservatives and/or conservative Christians in CD31 who did not vote this election?
“The most important political office is that of the private citizen.” Justice Louis D. Brandeis
“We must have the courage to do what we know is morally right.” Ronald Reagan
“I never worry about action, but only inaction.” Winston Churchill
“If there is something about government you don’t like, get together and do something about it.” Howard Jarvis
“It is always too soon to give up.” Pastor Jack Hibbs