Thursday, February 18, 2010

Albert Einstein knows how you vote. Tim Cox wants to change that.

"Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." -- Albert Einstein

Hey, Al was right. I don't know about you but I'm through with insanity. Join me.

REMINDER: Tim Cox, Founder, conducts GOOOH Mock Selection Session tomorrow

This may be your only chance this year to hear the story of GOOOH ("Get Out Of Our House" -- the plan for evicting all 435 members of the US House of Representatives) directly from the founder, Tim Cox. He will be in Louisville tomorrow (Friday, Feb. 19th) to talk about GOOOH and conduct a "mock selection session." The mock selection session demonstrates the process GOOOH will use in every district across the United States for selecting its candidates for the House elections this year.

The session will be held at the Holiday Inn on Hurstbourne Lane (at I-64) on Feb. 19th from 7pm to 9pm.

I will be one of the 200 people who are expected to attend this event. I have volunteered my time to the Kentucky chapter of GOOOH because it is brilliant and it is revolutionary. You won't find any career politicans at this event because GOOOH is a direct threat to the on-going partisan divide in DC. This is a NON-PARTISAN process to replace career politicians with true citizen representatives. Believe me, you won't want to miss this!

Tim Cox has been interviewed twice now by Lou Dobbs ("Mr. Independent") who is endorsing this plan. Tim was recently featured on Fox News, interviewed by Time Magazine, and followed for two days by CBN for a new piece they are doing this month. GOOOH is based on Tim's book, "Get Out Of Our House: Revolution!"

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thought you might be interested in the following email.

It was written and sent by a guy named Mark England. Based on the invitation (also below), The Louisville gay/lesbian community is hosting a campaign fundraiser TONIGHT for Attorney General Jack Conway and his U.S. Senate campaign.

The fundraiser for Conway is being held at the Wiltshire on Market restaurant in Louisville. Based on a quick Google search, Mr. England is well known within Louisville’s gay community. According to their web site, Louisville’s Fairness Alliance even awards an annual scholarship in Mr. England’s name.

In his email, Mr. England takes issue with Senator McConnell’s voting record on gay rights issues and says electing Conway could bring about a major change in Kentucky and America. He makes it very clear that Jack Conway has always been a strong advocate for the gay community’s agenda and what a strong supporter he will be in the U.S. Senate.

Specifically, Mr. England says:

- Bunning’s retirement presents “an amazing opportunity” ….. especially for the gay community
- Conway has been a “CLOSE FRIEND and ADVOCATE” for Louisville’s gay community
- Conway has “ALWAYS OPENLY EMBRACED” the gay community
- Conway has “PLEDGED HIS SUPPORT” for the gay community
- Electing Conway, “a progressive friend and ADVOCATE could have a MAJOR impact in Kentucky and the entire country”
- Credits Louisville’s gay community with making “an amazing difference when we sent our progressive friend, US Representative John Yarmuth to Congress, AND IT’S TIME WE DO IT AGAIN IN THE US SENATE”
- When Jack is a US Senator we need him to remember that we were there for him.”

From: Mark England
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 09:XX:XX -XXXX
Subject: Conway for US Senate and Invitation

Dear friend,
Thankfully, this year, US Senator Jim Bunning will retire. This has presented an amazing opportunity for Kentuckians and especially our community.
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway, since beginning his political career, has been a close friend and advocate to our community. He has always openly embraced our community and pledged his support.
To have one of Kentucky’s two US Senators be a progressive friend and advocate could have a major impact in Kentucky and the entire country. Our other US Senator of course is Mitch McConnell, who continually votes against gay rights issues at EVERY opportunity.
Jack’s opponent in the primary, Lt Governor Dan Mongiardo, as a Kentucky Senator, wrote and co-sponsored the Kentucky Constitutional Amendment which would forever ban same-sex marriage. The damage this amendment caused is being felt every day! This amendment, as Dan wrote it, has had consequences reaching far beyond marriage. It has been used as the reasoning behind banning same sex benefits to public and university employees, it has been used as reasoning on a ban on same sex adoption, and the list goes on and on. And to add insult to injury, Dan will whisper that he wasn’t “really” in support of this amendment, but did it only for personal political gain.
We made an amazing difference when we sent our progressive friend, US Representative John Yarmuth to Congress, and it’s time we do it again in the US Senate.
No contribution is too small, please save this date and join in support of our friend and advocate. When Jack is a US Senator, we need him to remember that we were there for him!
Mark England

and join our next
United State Senator
and his hosts
Lindy Casebier
Mark England
Susan Hershberg
Monday February 22, 2010
Wiltshire on Market • 636 E Market St
Learn more about Jack at