Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Gamecock State of Mind

The State Party has decided to double-down on the decision to start wasting resources chasing Martin O'Malley around the country.....

The following went on in an email to Central Committee members today:
Hey folks, 
I wanted to make sure you saw this release. I am heading to SC for events against Governor O'Malley on Friday and Saturday. We have been working cooperatively with the Republican Governor's Association, the Republican National Committee, and the South Carolina GOP on this just as we have with other state parties for the past year or so. I'll also be meeting with the staff of potential speakers for upcoming events for some of the Central Committees and special events for the MDGOP.
This is the MDGOP going on the offensive and it will help set the stage for the 2014 dialog in our targeted seats about jobs and the economy. Martin O'Malley and the Democratic legislators have raised taxes 35 times (with more to come), 6,500 small businesses have left Maryland, and spending is out of control in Annapolis.
If you have any questions, please let me know. I am available by phone and e-mail if you need anything. 
-- David FergusonExecutive DirectorMaryland Republican Party

I will leave it to you, gentle reader, to decide how fighting Martin O'Malley in South Carolina means going on the offensive in Maryland.


dwb said...

the DINO movement is taking hold, and i hear some R elected officials support it and may even switch. just saying - when the cats away.

so, the fact that they are not in-state, actively opposing the govies agenda and budget and gun ban legislation - does that mean the R have given up these causes? Should we all just register DINO or move to Virginia?

TruthBeTold said...

You decided not to post my previous comment about this issue. Again, it should be pointed out this is not about "stalking" MO'M for the good of the party, but simply about Ferguson's need to go to South Carolina for personal reasons.

D. C. Russell said...

So, when I go to the polls, there are NO Republican candidates.

And when I look for Republican help against my Democratic officials who had NO Republican opposition, the Republican leadership won't even answer me.

So, the out of state stupidity of Maryland Republican "leadership" is not surprise.

Also, I find that I am unable to comment or or find contact info for Jim Jamitis, who certainly makes more sense that anything I've been seeing from the GOP establishment.