Thursday, March 31, 2011

Rebuilding The Connecticut Republican Party

Since the founding of the party itself, never in over 152 years have Connecticut Republicans held not one seat in the U.S. Senate, House of Representatives and not one State Constitutional Office either.

Connecticut Republicans find themselves in the unenviable position of being held hostage in the bluest state in the nation. 

Party members are disillusioned, disgusted, dismayed, distraught, all of which could lead to the party to becoming even more dysfunctional!
What's worse is our losses have led to a large portion of party regulars that are now  demoralized!

We'll have to re-engage the party before we can re-energize it
 Here's one of the ways we might consider to do that.

Before we decide to pull 
the plug on life support, 
why not 1st call in some interns?

 No - not those interns.

These interns!

College students! 

They earn credits, 
we buy pizza!

We're going to have our work cut out for ourselves and there's little doubt we'll need all the help we can get knitting the party back together from Putnam to Greenwich, but unless we reconnect with our base we will not prosper as a political party.

Putting forth an effort to attract as many college interns as possible can only help the Connecticut Republican Party.   We can call them "Community Organizers"; that has a catchy sound doesn't it?

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