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May 8, 2011
Put The Heat On A RINO Monday Night
Alright, I need everyone to look very closely at the next two pictures. Is the same kind of guy! Someone tell me if I've got this wrong so we can correct it... : ) Glen Mulready and Family
An example of a TR (Transvestite Republican) Hey, don't laugh, this will make sense once you read the rest of the story Glen Mulready, Representative from House District 68 up near Tulsa, must have ambitions beyond being a Representative because he is speaking tomorrow night here in Oklahoma City. Mulready is renowned for being especially loud and active for a freshman legislator, most respect their peers enough to watch and learn the first session. No doubt the boy sees himself in the Governor's mansion in a few years and is out to make a name for himself. Well, he is off to a good start. First he voted against the Charles Key amendment to HR 1008 which lead to the defeat of almost every liberty minded bill and conservative bill filed this year including the TSA agent control bill, the Open Carry bills, the better property tax control bills, the bill that would have made Obama Care null and void, and the various 10th Amendment bills. That vote earned him the title "RINO", Republican In Name Only. Next Glen Mulready became a founding member of the Short Bus Caucus, so named for their lack of common sense and respect for the citizens of Oklahoma after they attacked the Tea Party in a Republican Caucus meeting. When the word got out that the Sooner Tea Party was privy to what was said in the caucus meetings the wailing and gnashing of teeth ensued! Oh, they wailed,
how can we trust our colleagues after this? As if the majority of them would turn their back on each other as it is. Next Glen had the honor of voting not once, not twice, but four times for HB 2130, the Obama Care/Fallin Care implimentation bill that has been shot down already! Glen just doesn't seem to understand, the vast majority of Oklahomans do not want an increase in the government involvement in our medical care in any form or fashion. One would think that would be enough mischief for Glen but no, Glen just had to outdo himself last week when he voted for allowing a recipient of a sex change operation to go back and have a new birth certificate made that proclaimed "he/she" as now a "she/he". Makes one wonder if Glen is planning on being our second woman Governor? In fairness, the original bill was modified after it failed the first time, to add the word "amended" to the birth certificate. Perhaps Glen should add "amended" to his Republican Party affiliation? Shall we nickname Glen the "Amended Representative" or the "transvestite Representative"? That got me thinking, one of my favorite sayings is that words do have meanings, so I looked up the actual definition of transvestite: "a person, especially a male, who assumes the dress and manner usually associated with the opposite sex." Now stay with me on this! Change one word in that definition, "sex" for "party affiliation", and you have a really good case for labeling renegade Republicans as transvestites instead of RINOs. I'm liking this idea! Anyway, once again showing a complete lack of common sense that earned him the honor of becoming a Short Bus Caucus member, Glen has been foolish enough to book an appearance at a Republican women's club here in OKC. Were I he, and had I his voting record, I'd park my car close to the capitol office, tint the windows heavily, and not go out for groceries once I got home. There might be method to his madness though, perhaps Glen is going there to get makeup tips from the ladies should he decide to run for governor as a woman? And is it just me, or is it suspicious that he would marry such a lovely lady that just happened to be close to his height? Regardless of his motivation, this will be a prime opportunity to let one member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives hear your opposition to Obama Care/Fallin Care Health Insurance Exchanges. Show up, I'll be there with copies of his voting record.
FRONTIER COUNTRY REPUBLICAN WOMEN MONDAY, MAY 9, A.D. 2011 6PM DUTCH DINNER, 7PM PROGRAM PIONEER PIES RESTAURANT
(2201 SW 74TH ST. JUST WEST OF PENN./NORTH SIDE OF I-240) Speaker: State Representative Glen Mulready, District 68
Is the proper term really Trasvestite Republicans? How many of them are there?
* in the interest of full disclosure, that is NOT Guy Liebman pictured above
I like to give credit where credit is due, it helps bring in new ideas and new activists when you give them credit for their ideas. Well, I've decided to ask our group to make Rep Glen Mulready an honorary member of the Sooner Tea Party! See, without Glen's antics, I would have never discovered this amazing little fact about that original failed vote for amending sex change birth certificates. Reviewing the voting record on the issue, I noticed that even after the controversy was discovered that would have allowed the birth certificates to be re created and erased all evidence of their original gender (uh, maybe I'm going a bit far here...), these Republicans still voted for the original bill!
Don Armes Steve Martin Doug Cox Earl Sears
Guy Liebmann Phil Richardson Lee Denney Kris Steele
Pat Ownbey Weldon Watson Skye McNiel Dale DeWitt
Oh my goodness! A dozen TRs, Transvestite Republicans. Shall we name them the Transvestite Republican Caucus? Or should it be named the Glen Mulready memorial Transvestite Republican Caucus? I see another round of post cards going into their House Districts. the voters. Can't keep this news from
Oh No They Didn't! Are they really bringing back the twice defeated Obama Care/Fallin Care Health Insurance Exchanges?
Yeah, as Forrest Gump's momma said, "stupid is as stupid does". The Republican House and Senate leaders are once again bringing back the twice failed Obama Care/Fallin Care language hidden inside SB 2130, a newly-created appropriations bill, SB 971. It was introduced on the 27th of last month. On Saturday, the Oklahoma GOP voted to amend the party platform to reject all forms of government insurance exchanges. Will this give Mary Fallin pause or will she continue to flail away till she gets something through? One wonders just how indebted she is to the Chamber of Commerce crowd to put up with this much punishment? We will watch this bill and do our best to warn people in time to be able to call or email to demand they stop this third attempt. But it would be an excellent idea to go ahead and contact them now to head this off! Use the same contact info below for the House and this list below for the Senate: Senate Appropriations Committee group email list: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
2011 GOP Convention Results
Here is an excellent writeup on the 2011 GOP State Convention. I hate to link to the Oklahoman so please don't click on any links! No use giving them any ad revenue. Politics can be nasty business. However, if good people don't stay engaged, then it is run by the nasty people. One extraordinary event that occurred was when the Chairman of Cleveland County, Bobby Cleveland, had the gall to stand up and challenge the right of Representative Charles Key to introduce a lady running for the Vice Chair of the GOP. Key had arrived five minutes late to the convention so he didn't "qualify" as a delegate despite being an elected Representative of over 33,000 citizens. So Key didn't get a little paper and plastic sign to hang around his neck for the convention. Strangely enough, neither did Mary Fallin or the guest speaker from Florida that represented the national GOP organization, yet they were allowed to speak. As you digest the votes, understand that for the past several years the RINO Republican leadership has funneled the conservatives into the Platform committee rather than allow them to sit on the Rules or Credentials committees. Their thinking was that they could sideline the conservatives in a committee where they couldn't touch the reins of power, ensuring the could continue to control the party. Well, it is blowing back in their faces as the Platform has become an excellent representation of Oklahoman values while the elected officials continue to refuse to follow it. As Bobby Cleveland, the Chairman of Cleveland County GOP told me last year at one of the Tom Cole Town Hall meetings, to them the party platform is just marketing fluff. Also understand that when newcomers arrive, the old guard circles the wagons, they don't want anyone taking over! But the average GOP delegate began to see the light as the convention ran on. The establishment was able to defeat the rules that would have forced GOP elected officials to follow the party platform on four key issues or be censured by the state GOP, rules changes designed to move the precinct meeting out of February because of the almost sure chance of bad weather, and a rule that would have forced elected GOP party officials to maintain neutrality in the primary races (one would think they would out of integrity). Those votes were lost by around 281 to 415, a 67% margin. But, as the day wore on, the delegates wised up! The GOP RINO establishment suffered major blows when two amendments passed. The first amendment told Republican elected officials that we were against bio metric quality enhanced photographs on our drivers licenses, opting for a regular, excellent quality photograph that couldn't be used by automatic video systems to ID individuals driving down the road, walking down the street, or in crowds. Only Big Brother wants to ID people like that! Yet the RINOs just couldn't bring themselves to vote against the Chamber of Commerce on this issue. But they got their tail whipped 333 to 195, a 58% margin in our favor! One thing that happened that was especially telling was watching Rod Cleveland, Bobby Cleveland's own son vote against his dad
on this issue. Bobby Cleveland's face was nearly purple from anger over his son going against him!
The rule to go against Obama Care/Fallin Care Health Insurance Exchanges won by the same margins. What a slap in the face for Fallin! Losing the platform vote on her only major goal for this session.
One of the highlights of the convention for me was when RINO Representative Charles Ortega walked up and introduced himself, saying he hadn't forgotten getting labeled as a Short Bus Caucus member. Never one to waste an opportunity, I asked if he would be supporting the HR 1004 bill, to which he said "not likely". I replied that we would be spending more time on his House District if that was the case. I want you to consider his choice of words, "not likely". You or I would have said "Hell no!" But Rep Ortega is at the point where he isn't quite sure what he will do and it slipped out in his choice of words. See a politician just doesn't know what he will do until he finds himself in a tight spot. Few of us do if we don't have a solid moral compass guiding our actions and thoughts. Another exchange was when a highly ranked Republican approached me to say hello. After some pleasantries, I reminded him that I was privy to everything said and done in the GOP caucus meetings at the capitol. After a pause, he said "Al, I never said your name!" Letting him squirm a bit got the rest of the story out of him, confirmation of the reports that the GOP caucus feared the Sooner Tea Party so much that our name was brought up four times in one meeting. I cut the guy some slack though, he is in a tough leadership position at the capitol and he might have to do one thing in public and another in private. Let's just be grateful that he is on the fence, an unwilling participant in a charade. Let the other elected officials believe he isn't on our side, it costs us nothing and provides him great cover. I was impressed with the general fairness of the Convention chairman and parliamentarian and of course the fairness of GOP Chair Matt Pinell. Despite the election of Pam Pollard, a notorious RINO and GOP party hack, I believe that Matt will continue to keep the RINOs from gutting the rules and excluding real Republicans from being involved in the GOP here in Oklahoma. God bless him, I believe he is all that is standing between complete failure of the GOP in 2012 from abusing the mandate we handed them in 2010. There are lots of great county chairmen and vice chairs, and lots of new faces working their way into power at the state GOP but without someone keeping the old guard honest, the bad will continue to drive out the good.
HR 1004, House Rule Changes, the Final Push
Back on opening day of the legislative Session, we were defeated by the adoption of new House rules that gutted representative government and allowed bills to be killed in committee by one man. Next week the Discharge Petition should begin making the rounds of the legislators and if we get 68 to sign it (I'm betting that Glen Mulready won't!) the way will be cleared for our freedom, liberty, and constitutional bills to be heard next year. Other activists are flooding in wanting to hit the RINO Representatives in their areas to help force them to do the right thing. So far we have had commitments from Comanche, Cimarron, Cleveland, and Tulsa Counties but more troops will be needed to cover their House Districts before it is too late. Please volunteer to help us walk these precincts. Two people and a driver can cover around 600 to 900 houses per hour depending on how dense the neighborhoods are. On Sunday, we had two teams working, so we made a serious dent in Jason Nelson's District, adding to what we got done last week. The feedback has been great. I met two elderly ladies today and after explaining what we were doing they both said "That nice young man around the corner?" I asked if they supported Obama Care, both looked at me like I was mad, then I explained that Nelson voted four times for the implementation of Obama Care through Fallin's Health Insurance Exchanges. Another lady called, said she was liberal, but after a bit of comparing the issues and our stances, she agreed to give the boy a good talking to. One poor lady called and said she supported Nelson, as he was a good Democrat. I just didn't have the heart to tell her that Nelson was a Republican. Then again, perhaps she knew better than I did. You can help out by doing two things that won't take but ten minutes of your time.
Call your legislators early this week or call now and leave a message
Email them right now and demand they support HJR and HR 1004
Here is a link to find out who your legislator is: Here is a list of House members the ones at the top of the lists are RINOs, so don't be gentle with them. Those after Tommy Hardin are the good guys ON THIS ISSUE, gently encourage them to lobby other legislators to approve the bills: email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com PHone (405) 557-7345 (405) 557-7311 (405) 557-7359 (405) 557-7379 (405) 557-7332 (405) 557-7307 (405) 557-7362 (405) 557-7398 (405) 557-7361 (405) 557-7415 (405) 557-7395 (405) 557-7357 (405) 557-7339 (405) 557-7304 (405) 557-7365 (405) 557-7342 (405) 557-7317 (405) 557-7341 (405) 557-7401 (405) 557-7402 (405) 557-7314 (405) 557-7352 (405) 557-7392 (405) 557-7358 (405) 557-7331 (405) 557-7310 (405) 557-7321 (405) 557-7414 (405) 557-7409 (405) 557-7329 (405) 557-7353 (405) 557-7336 Party R D R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R District 26 60 70 23 38 63 98 64 71 5 101 82 58 33 42 39 40 67 56 10 95 43 85 11 69 14 41 30 78 46 29 25
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RINO precint walking continues on Wednesday nights at 6 pm after taking off on Monday to attend the Glen Mulready event Meet at my shop, The Carpenter Shop, 358 North Rockwell Ave, OKC, OK 73127 or come by and pick up a box of post cards and a list of addresses. Help is always needed to print, and prepare post cards, flyers, and walking lists.
To donate, send checks to Sooner Tea Party, 358 North Rockwell Ave, OKC, OK 73127
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