posted by Mark Moore (Moderator) at Sunday, September 11, 2005
The new Executive Committee for the next two years consists of...Chairman: Jason Sheppard of Fayetteville replaces Mark Moore of Pea Ridge.Vice-Chairman: Patty Dilaha of Little Rock retains her position.Secretary: Buffy Zelnick of Cabot replaces Linda Galloway of Maumelle.Treasurer: Richard Stark of Heber Springs retains his post.As immediate past chair, Moore retains a slot on the Executive Committee. ********************************It is late, so I will leave the rest of the comments to you for now.
Did Jim show up to support his friends??
I really enjoyed the convention. We have a tough challenge ahead of us, but to me it is also an exciting time.
Whoa! Those CP women are cut from some mighty fine cloth. Will they flirt to convert? If so ...Should be easy pickings too given the off scale nerd factor the men have going on.Off to consider the psychological ramifications of joining the Constitutional Party.
your a sick pup, But I do have some new dirt on Bush that you will find interesting . contact me at my site. Good stuff
anonymous@12:32 - That was a classless comment!
Though my daughters were not at the convention, they are from the same “fabric” as the ones that were. I.e. they are children of God. I am sure if you flirted with one of them you would get your face broken. Twice!
That is all they can do is mock and scoff. The cannot win a debate on ideas or performance. They are reduced to 8th grade put-downs.Maybe the ladies of the CP like men with courage. It takes courage to draw the line and say you stand with the CP even though it is not "the in thing" to do right now. It takes no courage to post anonymous insults on a blog.
Integrity and courage are always attractive! Running down the CP guys is not attractive- these are my friends, remember.The CP guys don't need to worry. That guy needs lessons in how to sweet-talk, but he'll have to look elsewhere for them.
As a CP lady (and I emphasize LADY), I can promise you the CP gentlemen are head and shoulders above the sleaze you find in the republicrats. Go play somewhere else, child.
If the Arkansas state constitution prohibits the state from incurring debt, how can our Republican Governor has asked us, the Citizens of Arkansas, to approve a $250 million bond issue for higher education and a highway spending bill in a special election to be held on December 13th. It appears that our Republican governor is asking us to disregard the Constitution of Arkansas. The Republican state legislator from House District 87 assured me that Arkansas has no debt, that is why he supported giving the state’s “excess” education funds to the children of illegal aliens in the form of scholarships. Now that that “excess” has been so ear marked we are short on funds for higher education and must now incur debt unconstitutionally to fund higher education. Any time the state uses bonds to pay for projects instead of allowing the tax money to accumulate before starting a project, the state is engaged in a wealth redistribution racket. It takes money from the tax payers and gives it to the bond holders. I can wait six to twelve months before starting the next road improvement project. I am not like Esau in the Bible who gave away his future to get a meal now. My regard for Republicans who disregard the state constitution is just as low as it is for Democrats who have disregarded both the state and federal constitution. That is why I am a member of the Constitution Party. Will you join me in rejecting the bond issue on December 13th. If you live in Crawford County vote against the proposed Sales tax and kill two birds with one vote.P.S. how do you start a new thread here.
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