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Thursday, August 23, 2007

Don't worry League City, I'm from LULAC and I'm here to help.

In the never ending fight to turn back the rising tide of liberalism, we must be ever vigilant to stand up to the scourge of the Race Industry and fight back their transparent attempts to inject race into situations as a tactic to enflame emotions because they are unable, unwilling, or incapable of winning the battle of ideas with logic, the facts, or rational argument.

In Texas, the League of United Latin American Citizens ( LULAC ) is a shining light of the Race Industry, no less media hungry than Jesse Jackson and Operation Push or the ever present Quannel-I'm-from-the-hood-but-I-live-in Pearland-X.

Always quick to propose a race-based solution to a problem that doesn't exist, and just as quick to extort money from those woeful companies or cities that don't drink their politically correct, multicultural Kool-Aid.

Whether its the demand by outraged voters secure our borders from the invasion of illegal immigrants, to the outlandish desire for the US to adopt English as the official language of our great nation, LULAC and their merry band of race-thinking liberals can be counted on to play the race card as loudly as a drum.

Case in point? In a story from today's Galveston Daily News, LULAC clumsily plays the race/ethnic card in League City by threatening to sue League City if the city doesn't create a "minority voting district "because the Charter Review Committee voted not to recommend single member districts.

When LULAC comes to council to threaten a law suit, the council should provide a succinct response: Bring It.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

BREAKING NEWS - State Representative Mike O'Day (R-Pearland) Reportedly To Resign

This was just posted by Chris Elam over at Texas Safety Forum. If it turns out to be true there could be yet another special election to fill the late State Representative Glenda Dawson's seat.

Word out of Austin is that Pearland State Representative Mike O'Day will be resigning his HD29 seat by the end of this week. Dogged by rumors and reports of misconduct and inappropriate behavior (“ungentlemanly personal conduct” as reported by Paul Burka on his blog) during the recent legislative session, the buzz is that O'Day will step down from the seat to save face.

HD29 is a safe Republican seat stretching from Pearland in Brazoria County through western Brazoria County and encompassing all of Matagorda County. Pearland business owner Randy Weber finished second in a runoff to O'Day in January's special election, and would be the prohibitive favorite in another special election. Should the scenario unfold, it would be interesting to see whether or not Weber feels the desire to endure another campaign... that choice will be posed from a number of community and state leaders during the next few days if my sources are correct.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

U.S. Senator Cornyn speaking in Galveston on Monday, August 20th at 4p

The Galveston County Republican Party is sponsoring an event with U.S. Senator John Cornyn on Monday, August 20th at 4p.

Senator Cornyn will be addressing the issues and will take questions from the group. The public is invited and encouraged to attend.

The event will be at the San Luis Resort & Conference Center, 5222 Seawall Blvd in the Windjammer room.

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