As a new person to Tea Party activism, I decided to write blogs and publish these on the internet, Twitter and Facebook. This attempt is slowly growing in followers and I am attempting to get members of other local Republican clubs and Tea Party groups to follow my articles. In this attempt, I try to attend all club and group functions. Tonight I attended Ward 25 Republican Club, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.
Unfortunately for me any my readers, I have to admit that this so-called political club does not seem to want to remove Obama from office, but to have a monthly meeting turned into a dinner and legal gambling event.
The Hamilton County (Ohio) Republican Party Calendar showed that a meeting of the Ward 25 Republican Club was having a Reverse Raffle http://hamiltoncountyrepublicanparty.org/calendar and the Hamilton County Republican Party Website of their local clubs shows that the Ward 25 Republican Club meets on the 4th Wednesday of the month. http://hamiltoncountyrepublicanparty.org/local-clubs
I talked to a very nice lady, Rita Wieczorkowski, a person selling these raffle tickets, as well as other tickets, that I believe is for a door prize, and told her that I would like to talk to someone about Ward 25 and my Precinct 25-I. She said that I need to talk to Mike, who I presume is Mike Robison, and that he would be there soon. She further stated that she would send him to see me. I waited from 6:45 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. for this person, or any other person, who could answer my queries and aid me in determining how my Precinct 25-I blog could help them. I left immediately after the Pledge of Allegiance which was at 7:30 p.m. It appeared that this meeting started 30 minutes late and without their leadership present OR the leadership simply had no time for a blogger who also is a citizen of Ward 25.
During this time of upheaval in our country and the desire by the Tea Party, at least, to remove Obama in November 2012. I would expect every club to meet whether it is the Republican Party or the Tea Party. This unfortunately is not true for Ward 25, my Ward. I attended this so-called meeting, I thought, only to find that instead of determining what Ward 25 can do to elect their presumptive presidential nominee, Gov. Romney, there was a legal gambling event, a Raffle, at $10.00 a chance. It appears to me that this Republican Ward must believe that their candidates have a “lock” on their respective offices, including the U.S. Presidency. I for one, a Tea Party one, believe that we have to work and work hard to defeat Obama. Maybe I am wrong, please let me know.
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