While I personally have no confidence in Sen. MCcain, I thought it best not to put that resolution forward because of fear that it might of prejudiced some of the folks at my precinct convention against the other 14 resolutions. Ultimately, a state resolution of no confidence in MCcain would be unlikely to change much, whereas I feel it is imperative that the GOP embrace statements against the NAU and NAFTA, the Kelo decision, and the Federal government stealing states rights in Roe V. Wade. I was able to pass all of my resolutions even though 3 of the 6 people were staunch MCcain supporters. I'm not telling anyone how to approach there precinct conventions, but I do think it behooves us to tread lightly when it comes to MCcain . . . at least until we are at the National Convention. God willing, we will have a majority Monday morning in Minneapolis, and we can make a motion to unbind all delegates. Then we can get down to ole' school politics.
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