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Location: Kent, Washington, United States

I was born in San Francisco and grew up in Anaheim. I really didn't have much interest in politics in those days.Other than Pres Reagan anyway.My wife turned me on to rush limbaugh and the rest as they say is history.Some Consider me a hard core conservative.I don't,yes I am a conseravtive but I'm more open minded than the hard core ones.For 10 years we lived in skagit county during that time I was a pco Area chair and county yr chairman.Since my wife and I moved to Kent almost 3 years ago the fargo precinct in the 47th district where we make our home has sat empty.Its been actually 5-6 years since its been vacant. The King Gop doesn't like me so empty the fargo precinct sits.

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

The tide may be starting to turn

Last night I had the pleasure of attending the 47th district caucuses.
Based on what I observed Steve Hammond got a much better response
than Reagan Dunn. I think it got Reagan a little worried he toned
down his prediction of an 80 percent delegate victory.

This morning he told the king county journal he thinks he has
55 percent of the delegates. In 2 days his lead drops 25 percent.
Much to Julie Holbrook's chagrin I'm now a delegate.speaking of Julie Holbrook
that photo on the cover of today's king county journal of her
holding Reagan dunn's hand what a shameful display.

I will never understand why the king GOP allows such a conflict
of interest to occur.How she sleeps at night is beyond me.
Yesterday morning on Kirby wilbur's radio show.Reagan Dunn
and Steve Hammond where on together.Reagan actually had
the audacity to tell Steve he needed to follow the 11th commandment.
Coming from a guy who mere weeks ago called Steve a preacher
boy and to far to the right to represent the 9th district is pretty
choice.He's getting nervous my friends as well he should.

I sense the momentum maybe starting to turn to Steve Hammond.
Next time how the state GOP is in big trouble and who's really trying
to save it.


Blogger Doug@TheReaganWing said...

You're right on every score. That front page photo captures a lot. Steve Hammond's confidence, King County GOP chair (Just behind Hammond's shoulder) Michael Young's uneasiness, the voter's interest (in Hammond, not Dunn), legally-bribed party official Julie Holbrook's contented glow just from basking in the shadow of "Golden Boy," and finally, the disconcerted insecurity of the Boy, himself, the male model of County Council Candidates, Reagan Dunn. He obviously finds it unsetteling to have his "better than 2 to 1 delegate lead" exposed as a manipulative lie. But that is just the tip of the corruption iceberg. Let me invite your readers to get my take on it at www.TheReaganWing.com.

4:15 PM  
Blogger Patrick said...

Ahh, looks like you're involved in some divisive politics up there. What about your comments over at SP? Do you have any ideas on how to mobilize Rs and DinoCrats?

Patrick E. Bell
West Vice-Chair

3:19 PM  

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