from 6 – 9pm The Country Club, 5928 S. Packard Ave, Cudahy, WI 53110
Come join us for a fun evening with your fellow Milwaukee Republicans! Milwaukee South Branch’s Garden Party & Corn Roast, with 50/50 Raffle
Confirmed Guests: *Red Arnold, State Senate Candidate. *Travis Hartwig, Candidate, State Treasurer. *Brian Hagedorn, Circuit Court Judge, Candidate for State Supreme Court *Brad Courtney, Chairman, Republican Party of Wisconsin
It is evil, too, to behead or bury alive helpless people because they are of a different faith; to blow up little girls because they went to school. But many prominent liberals have criticized Islamists only when making false and invidious comparisons between them and Christians, or Republicans.
–SNIP– I think the biggest reason why liberals are reluctant to acknowledge the true nature of Islamists is because to do so would be a tacit admission they’ve been really, really wrong – about reaching out to Islamists, about cuts in defense, about their entire philosophy of moral relativism. That would be a blow to the substantial egos most liberals have.
And for most liberals, nothing is more important than clinging to political power. To admit – even tacitly – their screwups have caused a humanitarian catastrophe and put America at risk might have adverse consequences at the polls.
Join fellow Republicans as a volunteer at our booth at the annual St. Martin’s Labor Day weekend fair St. Martin’s Road (Cty Hwy MM) and Church St. in Franklin. (It’s Wisconsin’s largest street festival and flea market, with all kinds of stuff to purchase) We will be handing out campaign literature, and yard signs. Bumper stickers, campaign buttons and jewelry will be for sale.
Now that the primary is over we need to gear up for the general election on November 6th. We are looking for volunteers to staff the RPMC booth on Sunday, September 2nd and Monday, September 3rd. This booth is organized by the Southwest Suburban Branch of the RPMC. It is the official booth of the Republican Party of Milwaukee County (RPMC) and we serve the role of providing information on our candidates and a place for them to talk with voters.
This year the booth is especially important because of the importance of the upcoming mid-term elections on November 6th. Candidates, local and state wide will be at the booth and they will be able to interact easily with fair goers. Invitations will be extended to all Republican candidates in the area to be at our booth and that gives them a chance to talk one on one with conservatives.
Please seriously consider signing up for one or more of the shifts that are available. It is very important that we get our message out that what has been done here in Wisconsin since Governor Walker became the governor in 2010 is good for the state. Our economy is booming and we need to continue that by supporting and electing individuals who have a conservative philosophy.
State-wide and local candidates have been invited and it gives them a great opportunity to visit with the many people who come to this annual event. We need 3 to 4 persons per shift, and shifts are only 4 hours long.
We need help during the following shifts:
Sunday Sept 2, booth open from 8am to 9pm. 8:00 am – 12:00 pm 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Monday Sept 3 (Labor Day), booth open from 6am to 6pm. 6:00 am – 10:00 am 10:00 am – 2:00 pm 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
The booth is located at the east end of St. Martin’s Road. There is plenty of parking in the Lions parking lot which is adjacent to our booth or at the church across the street. No experience is necessary we are willing to train you if you have not volunteered previously. We look forward to working with you. If the above times don’t quite fit your schedule please let us know when you would be available. We need all hands on deck.
If you have any questions or would like to volunteer please call Carol Brunner at 414-425-6231,firstname.lastname@example.org or Rose Ann Dieck at 414-421-9337, email@example.com
“Donald Trump says he’ll implement tough new restrictions on administration officials and their spouses giving paid speeches if he’s elected to the White House. The GOP nominee is telling a rally crowd in Wisconsin that he wants to ban the spouses of senior government officials from collecting speaking fees as they serve. He says he’ll insist senior officials sign an agreement barring them from collecting speaking fees from corporations with a registered lobbyist or any entity tied to a foreign government for five years after leaving office. Trump has criticized rival Hillary Clinton for the speaking fees she collected after leaving her position as secretary of state and called on her to release the transcripts.”