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(no subject) [Nov. 12th, 2008|08:52 pm]
California Republicans

  Anti-Prop. 8 mob: It’s over. You lost. Move on.
By Michelle Malkin  •  November 11, 2008 01:02 PM

I think it’s time for Democrat leaders to counsel the anti-Prop. 8 mob to stop the protests and accept the will of the people of California.

Tell them to leave the churches alone. Tell them to stop blocking traffic and impeding businesses and harassing elderly couples and targeting donors.

It’s over. You lost. Move on.

With almost 11 million ballots tallied, Prop. 8 had 52.3% of the vote, with 47.7% against. Although many ballots remain to be counted, the 500,000-vote spread is viewed as insurmountable.

You know how those Obama supporters have launched their treacly “healing” website, “from 52 to 48 | 48 to 52 with love?”

Maybe Prop. 8 supporters should do the same thing.

If you are a Californian who voted for Prop. 8 and want to send a healing message to a sore loser who voted against it, feel free to send me a photo, e-mail, or comment and I’ll create a separate “from 52 to 48″ post.


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The Official Campaign to End Gay Marriage [Jun. 17th, 2008|08:31 am]
California Republicans

I'm from California, and most Californians do not want gay marriage.

"Starting Monday at 5:01 pm, several California counties began issuing same-sex “marriage” certificates. This follows the order of the four Supreme Court judges striking down Proposition 22, which the voters overwhelming approved just a few years ago to reaffirm marriage as only between a man and a woman.

Yet, this debate is not over. Thankfully, the Protection of Marriage Amendment will appear on this November’s ballot. The campaign of the next few months will be our opportunity to remind Californians why the unique role of traditional marriage in society is worth protecting.

The major media would love to see us engage in fierce protests and hostile demonstrations of outrage against the licensing of same-sex “marriages”. Of course they will take any opportunity they can find to portray us as unreasonable. We must not fall into this trap.

So let us keep in mind: Our battle is not against the same-sex couples who are pursuing the opportunity to “marry” granted them by the activist judges on the California Supreme Court. Our battle is against the flawed reasoning of the court’s decision; our purpose is to reaffirm the traditional definition of marriage. Marriage is at the core of family security and is an essential element in our society. The Supreme Court has effectively rendered marriage meaningless at a time when we should be taking steps to strengthen families.

Fortunately, the Protection of Marriage Amendment will give voters the final say in this debate. We are confident that voters will reaffirm the traditional definition of marriage, just as they overwhelmingly did in 2000, and overturn the court’s flawed decision.

To succeed, however, we must raise the funds needed to launch an organized grassroots campaign and purchase statewide TV and radio advertisements urging a “yes” vote on the Marriage Amendment. Please mail a check or donate online today to support our campaign for marriage.

Thank you,

Ron Prentice, Chairman"

We have a strong possibility to put an end to gay marriage and judicial tyranny. But we need your support! Our campaign can take out-of-state donations. This is important because the California State Supreme Court decision is currently recognizing same-sex marriages for out-of-state couples. Please visit this website to see how you can make a difference and pass the word:

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(no subject) [May. 25th, 2008|01:50 am]
California Republicans

Want to go to Mighty Mic?

FREE TICKETS AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE (Students, Faculty, and all community members) ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT - FIRST COME FIRST SERVE - LINEUP AT BETWEEN 4:00 - 6:00 PM IN FRONT OF ACKERMAN GRAND BALLROOM on the UCLA CAMPUS - $10 Suggested donation - 100% of proceeds are going towards purchasing a mobile clinic!

for more info check out http://www.mightymic.org or email mightymicconcert@gmail.com

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(no subject) [Apr. 9th, 2008|01:19 pm]
California Republicans

Los Angeles considers global warming tax...

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(no subject) [Apr. 3rd, 2008|05:58 pm]
California Republicans
I created a Wally George music Myspace page and seeing as how he was a Republican icon of sorts, I figured that this would be an appropriate community to post a link to it in.

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(no subject) [Mar. 18th, 2008|06:39 pm]
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Israel, that dirty word.

From Rev. Wright - you know, Obama's preacher.


(no subject) [Feb. 3rd, 2008|09:49 pm]
California Republicans


Latest Zogby Poll: Romney now has slight lead over McCain in California - Please Read and Forward before February 5th
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Michael Erickson
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Dear Friends,
Please pass on this email to your full lists. California Republicans need to know that it is not a foregone conclusion that McCain will win the popular vote among California Republicans in a few days. Also, regardless of who actually wins the popular vote, Romney has a chance to pick up a lot of delegates here, since California is no longer a "winner take all" primary state but rather awards delegates by Congressional district.
Conservatives need to solidify behind Romney now, because the only practical alternative is that McCain wins the nomination. Huckabee may win a few Southern states, and he may do well in Missouri, but he is not going to be the nominee. Ron Paul may do well in a handful of caucus states (such as Alaska), but he is not going to win the nomination either.
At this point, it is either Romney or McCain; and while conservatives legitimately may have misgivings about Romney (as seen, for example, in his foolish interpretation of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts' decision regarding gay "marriage" there), he is going to be a much more consistently conservative President than McCain ever will be. Look closely not only at the positions that Romney has taken in this election campaign but at the people supporting him. His endorsements range from Robert Bork to Paul Weyrich, from former Senator Rick Santorum to Senator James DeMint (the hero in the fight against amnesty last summer).
McCain has endorsements from RINOS (like Schwarzenegger) to "open borders" Republican establishment types (like Senator Martinez and Texas Governor Rick Perry). He is definitely the media darling of the Rockefeller Republican liberals and will govern from that perspective, if he wins the White House.
If your main focus is on who may better defeat Clinton or Obama in the general election later this year, then consider this point: apart from the war in Iraq, where McCain has maintained a very different position than the Democrat contenders, he offers little difference on scores of other issues, like illegal immigration, tax and spending, and even global warming. The claim that McCain is a "spending hawk" is incredulous, given his support for massive increases in medicare spending, which far outweight his opposition to pork barrel projects. McCain in fact will be seen by the electorate in the general election as merely "Democrat lite," and that will cause his defeat in November. Remember: Republicans always lose nationally, when in fact there is only a nominal difference between the contenders.
Finally, for those California Republicans that want to get behind the "perceived likely winner" on February 5th, I urge you to consider the following quote from a Reuters article, which has derived from recent Zogby polling:
McCain, an Arizona senator, held a 2-to-1 margin in a new national Washington Post-ABC poll. In the Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby poll, McCain held double-digit leads in New York, New Jersey and Missouri but narrowly trailed former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in California.
Again, please forward this email to your lists. We need California Republicans to recognize the stakes and to see that now is the time to stop McCain from taking over the GOP.
Note that this is my personal view and reflects the position of Republicans for the National Interest, for which I serve as Chairman. Because of the necessity of neutrality, it does not reflect the official view of the Sonoma County Republican Party, for which I also serve as Chairman. The Sonoma County Republican Party takes no position on contested primary races, such as the one that will be occurring on February 5th.  
Michael Erickson
Republicans for the National Interest, Chairman
1400 North Dutton Avenue, Suite 21
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
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Those of you on Faceboook [Feb. 1st, 2008|10:49 pm]
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I just made a new Facebook group, and I hope you'll join:

The U.S. Democratic Party (and Other Terrorist Organizations)
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(no subject) [Jul. 10th, 2007|05:11 am]
California Republicans

What a jerk!

RFK Jr. lashes out at politicians skeptical of global warming: 'This is treason. And we need to start treating them as traitors'...

Apparantly, not everyone agrees with Mr. Kennedy



(no subject) [Jul. 9th, 2007|01:57 pm]
California Republicans

The Telegraph EVISCERATES Vadge and Live Earth!


Live Earth is a win for global yawning

Last Updated: 12:01am BST 09/07/2007

Neil McCormick finds confused messages and an unimpressive line-up at London's Live Earth concert

"If you wanna save the planet, jump up and down!" urged Madonna. Can global warming be stopped by an out-of-breath, middle-aged, super-rich narcissist in a leotard and high heels?

More here.

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