What Jobs Mr. Ramsey? | Beaufort County Now | I'm really fascinated by the many Randy Ramsey's mailers telling us all he will do to bring jobs to our area. Talk is cheap, but the truth is his political campaign isn't helping the local economy much. | NC Senate Candidate Randy Ramsey, RINO, Republican NC Senate Caucus

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What Jobs Mr. Ramsey?

   Publisher's note: We are receiving a good many short missives suggesting that Randy Ramsey is a RINO, and that he does not take his electorate responsibility seriously. We make no assertion to the veracity of this information; however, many others, from Mr. Ramsey's home region, have made these claim, and that is most troubling.

   To counter these profound and rather robustly offered assertions, we, at BCN, offer whatever space that Candidate Ramsey and his supporters need to adequately refute these damning claims of Mr. Ramsey's disloyalty to the Conservative principles that guide real Republicans, or this last missive that suggests that Candidate Ramsey does not take his position in this citizen electorate. We, at BCN, are here to help all who wish to express all polite and representative expression of the intrinsic principals that make us who we really are.

    I'm really fascinated by the many Randy Ramsey's mailers telling us all he will do to bring jobs to our area. Talk is cheap, but the truth is his political campaign isn't helping the local economy much.

    Randy Ramsey is paying a Louisiana company to do his advertising and run his website. Randy Ramsey is paying a company from Fayetteville to print and mail his fancy, glossy mailers. Randy Ramsey campaign report shows he has a Treasurer from Raleigh.

    With his campaign report showing that the majority of his campaign contributions came from outside of our area and that he is spending his campaign money outside our area, what makes you think he won't represent the interests of the people from outside our area?

    References for readers:

    The advertising information can be found at www.cablemediasales.com/politicalfile

    Website information found at godaddy.com who is search for ramseyforsenate.com

    Treasurer and contribution is on state board of elections website campaign reports

    Postal mark on Ramsey mailers is from Relyus a company out of Fayetteville.


( April 18th, 2012 @ 2:11 pm )
The Republican NC Senate Caucus, in using a team out of Louisiana to build websites rather than allowing competent designers from North Carolina to even quote a package, symbolizes that the NC Senate Caucus is not ready for "Prime Time," and that their success in the 2010 general election can be attributed solely to two reasons: 1) the Democrats were and still are terrible, 2) groups, like the "Tea Party" got out the vote.

Running this 2012 election from Central Planning, when the central planning is quite poor, and is totally removed from any grass roots effort is quite reminiscent of the former Soviet Union.

My friends, who are Tea Party activists, are seriously angry with this former USSR political model.

Personally for me, and there is no stronger Republican in eastern North Carolina than myself - this is inarguable: If NC Senate Republican Caucus outsider, NC Representative Bill Cook, does not prevail in the Republican primary for his party's nomination for NC Senate, District 1, I will vote for liberal Democrat Stan White in the general election.

I will perform this terrible task to manifest just how deep my Republican Party loyalties lie, which is deeper and more profound than the leadership, in aggregate, of the NC Senate Republican Caucus.

This I promise as a model Republican. What any of you do in your own districts, where the "central planners" are attempting to control your representation, is your business.

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