Oct 31, 2010
No longer content to wait on their Party to hand out assignments or provide them with walking lists, modern day rabble-rousers are doing it all. They lobby, teach, organize events, help write legislation, block walk and even serve as civil watchdogs.
While our government runs us through a meat grinder in their quest to transform government, there is a growing number of Americans who may have been called the liberty sensitive “canaries in the coal mine” but as their numbers continue to grow they look less like canaries and more like a flock of freebirds (or possibly magpies to some aggravated lawmakers. Perspectives will vary)
They print their own political signage, run radio ads, make use of high tech tools like robo calls, databases and websites to inform voters and shine the light on political shenanigans.
But it ain’t all sunshine and roses.
Read the rest of the story here >>>
Posted in Constitution, Ethics & Moral Values, Grassroots Projects, R3publicans #R3S, Stop the Bailout #OFTB, Teaparty
Tagged 3m, Activism, Activists Tech, Ada, al gerhart, ALPR, Automatic License Plate Recognition, bill, budget, Government Surveillance, HB 2810, humor and tagged Oklahoma, InsureNet, Ken Miller, Ken Miller Lied, license plate task force, mike McCarville, nba, oca, oklahoma politics, Oklahoma state government, Resistance, robo calls, scott meachum, signs, Sooner Tea Party, spy cams, State Treasurer, Switzer, tax, tax credits, Tea party
Mark Costello is indeed the right fellow!
This has gotta be one of the best ads of all times. How can character not be one of the most important issues of any race to always and forevermore be considered? Documenting facts for voters and making them laugh at the same time will cause people to remember Costello, the Right Fellow, and vote for him too — if they have any ethics at all that is!
Here’s the ad on youtube for your education and entertainment.
Will Oklahoma voters reward Lloyd Fields’ bad behavior? It’s our decision.
1. 1997-Child Support-The Oklahoman, August 5, 1997,
“Lawmaker Ordered To Pay Child Support”
2. 2006-Special Interest-Oklahoma Ethics Commission,
3. 2008-Bull rider-The Oklahoman, Febuary 19, 2008,
“Labor chief sent to detox in incident”
4. 2008-Drunk Tank-McAlester News- Capital, February 20, 2008,
“Fields apologizes, claims incident a ‘misunderstanding’”
5. 2009-Settlement-Tulsa World, May 11, 2009,
“State offical settles lawsuit over firing”
6. 2010-OPEA-The Associated Press, July 21, 2010,
“OPEA considering charges against Labor Commissioner Lloyd Fields”
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