Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

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Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

Postby BuffaloBass » June 11th, 2013, 1:27pm

If you *might* be, we are setting up a few local meetings, and a few in NYC. Its totally a "start up" if you will, and it really feels like David and Goliath, but if you have the courage of conviction, this may be for you....

http://www.modernwhig.org

http://www.nywhig.org

and for a glimpse into my freaked out brain http://www.modernwhig.org/whigblog/gene

Anyway, I am the NY coordinator for this upstart movement. Officially, we hope to find a gubernatorial candidate to run in 2014 to establish ballot access. This is no drill.

If you register at the national site, I'll be using the NY members databse to send future notices to. This is NOT the Tea Party, 912, etc, so you wont get daily meetup emails.

Thank you!

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Re: Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

Postby BuffaloBass » June 11th, 2013, 3:40pm

Jon, I want to use that restored Teddy Roosevelt inaugural site for something man!

Instead of Bull Moose, it should be the NO B.S.M.F.'ers party!

Speaking of which, a fellow Whig wrote a book avail by download. It makes one sick to read. Raw fact hurts when you realize they ALL sold us out.

e did, however, put one of TR adresses in there as an Appendix. Man, Roosevelt was as relevant 100 years ago as he is today!

The best $5 you can spend on a Kindle book imho : http://www.amazon.com/SELLING-U-S-OUT-J ... g+U.S.+Out

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Re: Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

Postby donkeypunch » June 11th, 2013, 5:21pm

Sinister wrote:I like The Whig Party. I also like the Bull Moose party. Maybe they can start a Moose Whig Party? Or Moose Knuckle Party?



mmmmm....I think these dudes just found their man for 2014. campaign slogan contest I'm thinking....I'll Start.


SIN IS IN 2014
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Postby All Change is Good » June 12th, 2013, 8:18am

The only problem is the next Presidental election is in 2016.
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Re: Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

Postby BuffaloBass » June 12th, 2013, 1:11pm

Indeed, which is why "SIN IS IN 2014" would get Whigs put back on the NY ballot for the first time since 1854. That way we could be a pain in Prince Andrew's most royal HEINE for a number of years, across two elections. :) Hey, its a plan! Ingeneous in that we would actually be using a consummate political power-whore as the "unwitting carrier" for our socio-politco revolution.

Which btw, many of us deeply feel our Republic needs now. Another point of view. Ridding the "temple" of all the money- and power-whores, or at least dressing them down properly, naked for all to see. Impossible, eh!? :smoke:

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Re: Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

Postby BuffaloBass » June 12th, 2013, 3:36pm

You do. While its against my religion to covet, to a bald man like me :tinfoil: , you ARE a god. And rather articulate with that axe in your hand, although its been a few years since I've had the pleasure.

That aint tinfoil bro, its the chrome lid thing.

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Postby donkeypunch » June 12th, 2013, 5:16pm

I'm confused....I thought the theme was to get a gubernatorial canidate not presidential? So wouldn't that be 2014?


Even though I think Cuomo is only out for himself and downstate as well, and will do anything to get to the white house.....his girlfriend, while being annoying at times.....is pretty hot.


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Re: Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

Postby BuffaloBass » June 13th, 2013, 10:59am

Dont be confused. NY's goal is to get ballot access, hence we need to run a gubernatorial candidate in '14. National goal is to get some real leaders in place and dis all the LINOs over the next ten years ( and maybe save the Republic in the process!). There is a national Pres candidate lined up for '16 already.

Is ALL CHANGE IS GOOD's confusion confounding us all? :)

And Sin, again, a personal religious thing, I dont do hero worship of mortals - ever. Although I liked IKE! :smoke:
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Postby All Change is Good » June 13th, 2013, 11:03am

BuffaloBass wrote:Dont be confused. NY's goal is to get ballot access, hence we need to run a gubernatorial candidate. National goal is to get some real leaders in place and dis all the LINOs. We have a Pres candidate lined up for '16 already.


SIN would make a good guber.
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Re: Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

Postby BuffaloBass » June 13th, 2013, 11:13am

If we could suit him up in something akin to Jimmy's outfit, ( Rent Too Damn High), he'd be a shoe-in at the debates!

Dude may have been out there, but he sure had some properly FUNkified threads on. White gloves and all!


Well, there is that reading problem, and I cant do Vietnamese. Arabic, Russian, Bulgarian maybe, but not Viet. SIN, you can do it man. English is my second language, but them nazi nuns did it justice. God bless 'em.

WE CAN HELP YOU READ THE TELEPROMPTER! ;) hell, we'll put that in Vietnamese ( which is what I assume is in the Sig)_

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Re: Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

Postby Weezer » July 4th, 2013, 6:51pm

Last time I voted for "change" the only change I was left with was in my wallet.

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Re: Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

Postby yellow ed » July 5th, 2013, 12:38pm

Weezer wrote:Last time I voted for "change" the only change I was left with was in my wallet.

Who keeps change in their wallet? People who quote stupid bumper stickers?
They can take our xpatsxpats, but they can never take our FREEDOM!!!!!

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Re: Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

Postby guitardude » July 5th, 2013, 4:19pm

yellow ed wrote:
Weezer wrote:Last time I voted for "change" the only change I was left with was in my wallet.

Who keeps change in their wallet? People who quote stupid bumper stickers?


Maybe it's too embarassing to say "change purse"?

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Re: Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

Postby sevenyearsdown » July 5th, 2013, 7:19pm

yellow ed wrote:
Weezer wrote:Last time I voted for "change" the only change I was left with was in my wallet.

Who keeps change in their wallet? People who quote stupid bumper stickers?

Need a like button.

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Re: Hey! Any of y'all serious about change?

Postby Weezer » December 15th, 2013, 6:46pm

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