Speak Up Memo
The Voice of Young Conservatives THE WEEK OF MARCH 8, 2010
Used and forgotten. In 2008, young people gave Democrats their vote and in 2009Democrats showed young people the door. Well it’s time to tell the Democrats to stopand listen up. From health care to student loan reform, Democratic policies haveconsistently ignored the needs of our generation.
If we want change, 2010 must bedi
What You Can Do About It
Speak up! As a conservative we must begin to win hearts and minds before we can winelections. The process starts by educating people about what we truly believe. It starts with you in the classroom.
When your friend tells you they voted for Obama, speak up. When you hear someonesaying that Republicans don’t have the answers, speak up. If a professor lectures you onthe need for government health care, speak up.
We’ll arm you with the facts you need to win the argument. It’s your job to carry themessage on to your campus. It’s your job to speak up! By engaging ourselves in thedebate, we’ll spread the message of conservatism – the message of small government,ﬁscal responsibility, and individual rights – to one campus, one classroom, and onestudent at a time.Over the next ﬁve weeks the CRNC will be looking into the growing entitlements that left unreformed will doom this country’s ﬁscal future. We must realize that government isnot the solution to the problem…it IS the problem.
This Week’s Theme: Social Security
The Promise: “If we care about Social Security, which I do, and if we are ﬁrm in our commitment to make sure that it’s going to be there for the next generation, and not just for our generation, then we have an obligation to ﬁgure out how to stabilize the system. Ithink we should be honest in presenting our ideas in terms of how we’re going to do that
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