String around your finger
As you ponder the string around your finger, you will recall it has a twofold purpose; one, to get you to the voting booth next Tuesday, March 2 and, two, to get you to the precinct caucus immediately after the polls close that evening.
You may need a second string to remind you not to remove the first string until both of these civic duties have been performed, on what should be called Super Tuesday, due to its importance in selecting the very best candidates to go on the November ballot.
Now, as to that second precinct caucus duty on Super Tuesday, in addition to selecting from among yourselves delegates and alternate delegates for to attend the county convention, set for Saturday, March 20, resolutions will be submitted and the caucus will read or debate each of them, then vote them up or down for forwarding to the county convention.
In addition to updating or improving on important current party platform resolutions, such as ones on pro-life or pro-Second Amendment, etc., here are a couple dear to my heart which I gladly share with any who would submit them at their caucus:
Whereas, in an honest effort to attract greater voter participation, Early Voting Days were added to the long-established Single Day Voting, and
Whereas, it has become abundantly clear that undermining and subversive organizations, such as ACORN, have used all of these additional voting days to undercut honest elections and the one-man, one-vote concept, and
Whereas, the recent Massachusetts U.S. Senatorial vote makes a strong point and argument for single-day voting with, of course, the exception for absentee voting,
Be it resolved that the Republican (or Democrat) Party of Texas lobby and encourage the State of Texas return to its historic Single-Day Voting in order to diminish the opportunities by undermining and subversive organizations to unjustly or unlawfully effect the outcomes of Texas elections.
In my opinion, all of the current Early Voting Days, except for the "convenience factor," only make it too easy for those who are not informed, aren’t all that interested, or are cajoled into going to the polls, etc., to negatively affect the informed votes of patriotic and civic-minded citizens. The negatives outweigh the positives on this issue.
Another resolution dear to my heart deals with the horrible idea of Property Taxes:
Whereas, the successful American War for Independence eliminated and did away with the previously conventional idea of kings and kingships, and
Whereas, the role of king was therefore, in essence, taken up and transferred to each owner of property in America, making us the king of our own property, and
Whereas, in the same manner that kings are sovereign, so it was that each owner of property, likewise, became sovereign, in like-manner and equal to a king, and
Whereas, sovereigns should be able to reach a point, after payment of debt, to where their property is wholly theirs, and
Whereas, governments grown too fat and officials too weak to downsize bloated governmental dominions or to increase conventional taxes to pay for the fat, resorted to the horrendous idea of taxing the new king’s property, using devious plans, such as appraisals and appraisal districts to up the property ante without having to officially raise its tax rate, and
Whereas, we the new kings and property owners stood by, while the idea of (basically) removing our sovereignty and kingships from us by taxing our sovereign properties, ever excessively higher and higher,
Be it resolved we do our duty to reestablish our sovereign kingships, and
Be it therefore resolved that the Republican (or Democrat) Party of Texas support property taxes be removed, and government either be downsized into its new budget or officials find the courage to raise conventional taxes, receiving the resultant due compensense at the ballot box, which is only appropriate.
I hope these make sense and, if so, you are welcome to use them as your own resolution at your precinct caucus on (remember the strings) March 2.
May Yeshua (the Lord Jesus) bless.