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  1. Brian Jones says:

    Good talking with you today. If I can be of any help, let me know.
    Good blog !

  2. Judy Davidson says:

    1/30/17
    Roger,
    I do not waste my time reading your blog, but I do occasionally get reports of what you have written. For the record, much of what you have written about the Scott County GOP or any member of the executive committee is inaccurate.
    Since I am retiring as Chair of the County Party and for the last 8 years you have negatively criticized all that we have done, I suggest that you run for County Chair. Since you have been so vocal with disapproval of all that we have accomplished and you profess to know all the answers and how to better run the county party, now is your chance to do so.
    Judy Davidson, Chair, Scott County Republicans

  3. DLH says:

    “I suggest that you run for County Chair…”

    That may be the only constructive suggestion for the good of the Party that “Her Chairness” has made throughout her entire tenure.

  4. Kathleen Kelly says:

    I notice that neither Judy nor any of her staff took the time to respond to any of your posts to correct any misinformation that you had given. Judy’s snarky post is an example of how she ruled as chair woman. She was not able to give a direct response but barked directives from the podium while her lap dogs shouted down anyone who dared question the way things were being handled. Good riddance. The only problem is that her successor is cut from the same cloth.

  5. Dave Gerrasch says:

    As we sat and listened to President Trump outline his polices, our hopes for a renewed effort to fix the many issues our country faces were both optimistic and guarded. We were excited to here the direction he wanted to take us. Than, the camera scanned the audience and we were treated to the ignorance and embarrassment of the left sitting on their hands and adding to the already divide in our nation. How in the world did these people ever get elected? My grandson’s seventh grade class has more respect and presents a more intelligent body than this group of angry, can’t believe they lost, obstructionist. How do you deal with people that don’t even stand to acknowledge efforts to improve jobs?
    It was a great speech and we believe that President Trump gained the respect and support of many of the electorate on the left. The Democratic Party is a ship without a rudder. Who had the brilliant idea to have an ex Democratic governor give the lefts response from a state that was won by a Republican? If the Republicans stick together, and there is no guarantee they will, but, if they do, we will make America great again.

  6. Dave Gerrasch says:

    It is beginning to be more difficult to understand what’s in Trumps mind when he continues to display such childish behavior in criticizing his AG and now Secetary Price over his dissatisfaction with their performance. How can he demand action when he is being so disloyal to his closest allies? What is in the Republican Party’s DNA that prevents them for supporting each other and working together? Sessions and Price are doing a great job. Trump should count his blessings to have them in his administration. Just look at their performance. The problem is with both houses and their lack of leadership. Knowing that, Trump needs to grab the leadership reins, support his people and point the finger at the real culprits. If he doesn’t, his base will crumble. I for one am very disappointed and for the first time questioning his actions.

  7. Dave Gerrasch says:

    Had I been in Las Vegas, I would have laid down a sizable bet that John McCain would vote as he did on the health care bill. John “The Maverick” McCain once again believes he took the moral high ground and preached from his pulpit on the concept of “normal order”. Forget that the left vacated this idea years ago. Why is it that the “right” always bends? Where is their backbone? Where was normal order when Obamacare was debated and passed? Oops! What debate?
    The health care bill that was just defeated probably was bad legistration and in time we will realize that. That is not my issue. It is this. Do you believe the Democrates, if the roles were reversed, would have asked for normal order and bipartisan support? Does not the voice of sixty million voters count? I’m concerned our party has lost it’s way and our current majority will be short lived and lost for a generation.

  8. Dave Gerrasch says:

    Frederica Wilson. What Rodeo did she escape from? She is a wonder. Instead of bull riding she is bull crapping No wait. I was wrong. She decided that being the rodeo clown was better suited for her. What an embarrassment. To bring politics into the death of one of our courageous solders is obscene. Is there nothing off limits that these loony Democrates won’t use to attack President Trump? And of course, the media would never give a story so revolting any coverage. That would be beneath them.

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