Just in case you do not know whose side, I am on.
I will always be on the side of my country
(The United States of America)
against all enemies,
This is not a threat
a suicide note;
this is an explanation as to why I requested a
‘Newsletter from a Republican Congressman’!
The only way for a Floridian to know current events is to do the same thing!
My first question, if given the opportunity to ask is,
“Any idea as to when your president is going to stop running for the job and actually start to do the job?”
My president has been ready to do the job for around 40 to 50 years!
Not sure if you have been paying attention for the last 20 years or so about Florida?
Soon after my arrival,
it was pointed out to me that a few of our leaders are
Now, I am starting to believe this.
However, the Floridian Democratic Party,
for all practical purposes,
has been dead of year!
It just has no one to bury it.
Now we know what that horrible stink is in the air!
Remember, this is written by, for the most part, a ‘Diehard Democrat’!
I say, for the most part, because in my past seventy-six years, there were a few needed exceptions.
DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz allowed Sanders into our party
No One questioned this
has any of our leaders apologized
even admitted to the
paying an outsider of the Democratic Party
to come in and spend a year and a half
‘bad mouthing our candidate’
with lies after lies after lies?
What our leaders are doing, after this past election is,
“Badmouthing our past president!”
have a ‘training manual’
for protesting Trump
By Paul Sperry
February 18, 2017 | 10:30am
Like I said earlier,
the Republican Parties candidate
has been using those same,
to be elected
in fact still it using them.
DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz Must Go!
According to a Democratic National Committee aide, Sanders would not have a problem getting on Democratic primary and caucus ballots because the current party rules do not call for presidential candidates to be registered members of the party.
The DNC defines a presidential candidate as someone who “has accrued delegates in the nominating process and plans to seek the nomination, has established substantial support for his or her nomination as the Democratic candidate for the Office of the President of the United States, is a bona fide Democrat whose record of public service, accomplishment, public writings and/or public statements affirmatively demonstrates that he or she is faithful to the interests, welfare and success of the Democratic Party of the United States, and will participate in the Convention in good faith.”
Sanders, according to the DNC aide who asked to be anonymous because he is not yet a candidate, appears to comply with those rules.