Memo to the Grassroots: Stop Asking What You Can Do, and Start Doing What You Can
Hot Air - "One of the problems that hinders grassroots activists from making a difference is that they see problems so big that they think to themselves, 'What's the point? I'm just one person. I'm not important. Why waste my time? There's nothing I can do anyway.' Such a self-defeating attitude is a guaranteed formula for failure. If you don't believe you can do anything, well, it's a safe bet that you won't do anything. On the other hand, if you will seek out opportunities to do whatever little things you can do, you might be surprised how much you accomplish." [find this article at News From the Front]
Dump Dede or Dump the GOP: They Decide
Dump Dede - Republican Party officials "in New York's 23rd District have chosen to nominate and support an ACORN-backed, Working Families Party-endorsed liberal over conservative candidate Doug Hoffman. Newt Gingrich [who has endorsed the liberal Republican] called this shift to the left the 'new revolution.' It's not the new revolution: it's political death. It's indicative of a festering problem with many" GOP leaders.
"It's an allegiance to party over America, party over conservatism. Millions have not taken to the streets since February of 2009 for nothing. The Republican party has this week to Dump Dede Scozzafava or the tea party will take over for them. Issue your statements and throw your support behind conservatism, ladies and gents; the clock starts now."
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