Where does Sanford stand on social issues? I know I
was the first one to
post his name to the RLC groups, but that was because
I was SO impressed
with his economic record. While I border on being
socially "liberal," I know
that he cannot win the RP primary with that type of
agenda. However my hope
would be that he is a protect the borders/let the
state's decide kind of
social conservative. Anybody know?
My first action will be at the next Dallas County
meeting - at which I plan to distribute Sanford
information - should this
process prove fruitful...
Ray - Iowa
Sent: Friday, November 05, 2004 7:12 PM
Subject: Re: [RLC-Action] Digest Number 11
From: "Bruno Behrend" <davincicg@...
> ... As funny as it sounds, this exactly the type of
> I think we should be having (as well as small
> But let's face it. Without resources, it's pretty
Anyone who thought the RLC could *single-handedly*
a Presidential candidate nominated is indeed "silly".
is to start the bandwagon by playing the loudest tune
given our limited resources.
"Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. Begin
However, setting priorities is critical to any
last thing we need to discuss - at this point - is
can "move" the nominating primaries in Iowa or New
It won't happen if we don't set the groundwork. So,
at square one: Do we have a concensus that the RLC
endorse and support Mark Sanford for President. If we
have that, THEN any further discussion is silly.
Assuming all 10 charter states and national are
"go out on an limb" with an early endorsement (which
be retracted further down the road), THEN we can
the essential foundations. First, it seems to me, is
an RLC Charter for South Carolina and becoming active
instrumental in Sanford's Gubernatorial re-election
Ooops. The FIRST priority is to contact Sanford or
staff to determine whether they approve of the effort.
then it's silly to pursue.
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