I hope you will give me space to wish a Happy New Year to Liberty Dispatch, fellow conservatives, people that desire to see Liberty County flourish, and the rest of you in cyberspace who tune into this site!
I read the article about what the new elected officials could give us for Christmas and my family would sure begin to all see the advantages of voting for Republicans if that gift is given. It is really returning money to its rightful owners more than a gift – but it would be an eye opener for some if it happens.
I have a New Year’s resolution I would like to suggest to those worker bees in the Liberty County Republican Party:
“Just say no. Say no to Commissioner Melvin Hunt. To District Attorney Mike Little. To any Liberty County official that did not make a public announcement that they were running as Republicans from now on. Tell them no. Tell them you will not work for their re-election if they switch parties this late in the game. Tell them you will for sure work to recruit and elect someone to defeat them.”
This New Year’s resolution is worthy of consideration by us all. We have all seen the spend and grow attitude that Barack Obama and the Democrats have nearly sunk our economy in. Any public official who has not unhooked their political direction to the runaway spending train Democrats feed should be defeated at the polls.
By law, Little and Hunt can conceivably switch parties even though they should be embarrassed to face Republicans in the primary as if they deserve their votes after their silent acquiescence in this last election. But what voters will support what is near the equivalent of a political deathbed conversion. It would lack any possibility of integrity and trustworthiness.
For those who have worked in the county to rid us of the culture of corruptness in the courthouse, any party switchers from here forward should be seen as soiling or corrupting their efforts and a step backwards. Therefore, I have added to the Christmas gift Liberty Dispatch encourages us to dream of, a New Years wish that would help our community to continue to better itself.
Happy 2011 to everyone!