Monday, May 21, 2007

Open letter to David Dewhurst

Lt. Governor, I will be frank. Your handling of the Voter ID bill is despicable. A re-vote should never have occurred, and your pledge to Gallegos to kill it is treasonous, not only to the party, but to the state of Texas as well as the United States. The electoral system is the basis of our freedom and this bill ensures it's integrity. You MUST suspend the rules and allow this bill to come back up for a vote today, and again tomorrow. THIS BILL MUST PASS. If it does not, your career in Politics is OVER. The polls show that over 90% of Texans want his bill to pass, let me assure you that if it does not, it will be an anvil chained around your neck come election day. Your were told by the party to get rid of the blocker bill and you and your colleges refused. You and your colleagues turn your back on the party platform at your political peril. We, the base, will remember, and I personally will make sure that the voters here in Harris County never forget your treason if this does not pass.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope you get the message below in Spanish

coja con un lazo alrededor del cuello

A breief English translation is that you are limping around with a noose around your neck.

I don't care how many times a day you change your shirt, but putting your drawers over the eyes of the people of Texas will not be forgotten.

Have we had enough? You bet.
Is it time for a change? You bet.
Welcome to the REPUBLICAN party, the hunters have been asleep far too long and it's not open season on RINOS. The antics of this current legislative session and the Zoo you are running will soon come to an end.

May 21, 2007 8:25 AM  
Blogger Ride said...

For the past several years I was totally ambivalent about politics. It's amazing how I've come full circle. We do definitely need some major changes up in Austin.

May 21, 2007 1:11 PM  
Anonymous EricPJohnson said...

The Voter ID thing is a momumental nightmare for administrative reasons, this being said, it needs to have an infrastructure pass so everyone in Texas gets an ID, everyone, whether it be a voting day or what not

Dewhurst, must tell the reasons why he said the things he did in the context that he meant

May 22, 2007 7:44 AM  

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