Re: RLC Wisconsin
- Although I am in Kentucky during the school year until May 2009, I
wholeheartedly support a Wisconsin State RLC affiliate. WI RLC should be
represented at the state convention in May and my son Ben and I will happily
represent RLC at the TARs state convention Aug 26-27 at the Kalahari in the
Dells. What do we need besides a charter and by-laws (money and members)?
Let's get this going.
Aside from that I have Ron Paul bumper stickers and buttons for the TARs
>Subject: Re: RLC Wisconsin
>Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2007 20:11:07 EDT
>This is Aaron Biterman (former activist with the Libertarian Party of
>now living in the DC area).
>The state chapters of the RLC appear unlikely to endorse Ron Paul because
>a technicality in our by-laws. The organization has made it difficult to
>Presidential candidates. Essentially, each organized state affiliate
>is not one of them - there are 14) must endorse Dr. Paul. This is near
>I am going to propose, at some point in the future, a change to the
>a proposal to by-pass the by-laws because of this special situation.
>On another note, would you like to help organize a chapter affiliate in
>Adrian Augustine has tried to do so, but I believe he gave up. I think an
>RLC state chapter in Wisconsin is definitely needed.
>In a message dated 8/9/2007 11:59:08 AM Eastern
>Daylight Time, dpbaumgardner@... writes:
>Jeff and Steve,
>You make excellent points regarding members posting their RLC membership
>Ron Paul groups and blogs. However, shouldn't the state organizations get
>together and decide on an endorsement prior to the primaries? It would be
>good to go into the the primaries as a unified body. I know many
>and independants who keep asking who is Ron Paul? People in general are
>sick of the "politics as usual" stance of the mainstream Democrats and
>Republicans. Lets stand as a group and show the Republican Party that Ron
>Paul is our choice for the nomination.
>David P. Baumgardner
>WI Republican Liberty Caucus
>Republican Liberty Caucus - www.rlc.org
>"Pursuing libertarianism within the GOP since 1990"
>* * *
>���The Republican Liberty Caucus does the real work of advancing limited
>government. You don't just talk about it. What you do really makes a
>difference.��� ��� Haley Barbour, former RNC Chairman & MS Governor
>************************************** Get a sneak peek of the all-new AOL