Monday, April 5, 2010


As some of you know, I've been occasionally posting about Icaucus, what they are about and the candidates they are endorsing.  Check out icaucus here:

The vetting and endorsing period is almost near the end and we are moving on to the next step:  supporting and helping our endorsed candidates.  Remember Jason Chaffetz from Utah? He's the prime example why this program works, but we need soldiers, lots of soldiers.  Right now, there is an urgency to help support and spread the word about the very soon upcoming early election for Ed Lynch, Florida District 19, a mostly democratic district.  Election date:  April 13. Early voting has already begun. He's a great tea party candidate, endorsed by Icaucus and deserves all of our support. He was on Cavuto's show and Cavuto saw in him another Scott Brown or better. He can be helped with phonebanks, contributions, spreading the word, whatever it takes. Please go to Florida Tea Party and sign up for their phone bank. Make calls for Ed Lynch:
Once you register, you can login at:

Indiana has early primary in May:

Follow these endorsed candidates on twitter and facebook and give them some support as well.  Without giving nationwide help, we will not win this battle.

Behney Richard IN US Senate May 4, 2010

Loyd Brett IN St. Assem- Dist 70 May 4, 2010

Young Todd IN CD-9 May 4, 2010


  1. Thanks, Rotti! You are so right- we must act as a national election machine! We can seriously be like the steam engine that comes chugging up a steep hill...we have been chugging and we're all getting a bit tired, but the crest is soooo close. Just a few more weeks of hard campaigning, a couple of weeks of volunteering our precious waking hours to the cause, and we'll be over the hump! The election train will start on April 13th with Edward Lynch in FL and Russ Bogh in CA winning their primaries, then it will move on to the May and June primaries where ballot after ballot, the life line to the Constitution is added! I can see it, can you?

  2. These are exciting times. I began my political education with the Teaparties. It was there that I learned of Icaucus. Once I learned what Icaucus was teaching and the program to correct the Political elites, I was hooked. I know in my heart Icaucus is the answer to the question..."what can I do?"

  3. You are so right, Rotti, It is my firm belief that all elections are national in the 2010 and 2012 cycles. I no longer contribute to PAC's, choosing instead to support individual candidates. Like tithes, we must wrest candidates from the grips of big money, financial interests and support our candidates with cold, hard cash

  4. "Jane" yes I can see it, a little more every day.
    Martin, my experience is similar to yours, and I'm glad I found Icaucus, it gave me a purpose and a place to help.
    Carol, this election will be different, PACs and big money machines will be hurting a little. They don't know and believe it yet.

  5. Thanks for supporting and promoting the election of these fine Tea Party candidates. The elections in both 2010 & 2012 are indeed national elections. We must help elect conservatives to repeal Obamacare.

  6. I think that iCaucus will prove to be an effective weapon in the battle against progressivism.

  7. Instead of supporting Meg Whitman, (referring to the YouTube campaign spot posted below on your blog), check out (and he's endorsed by He is a common-sense conservative who is willing to fight the big money mentality that has ruined our government. Meg Whitman, on the other hand, has spent over $145M dollars so far on her campaign. She's trying to BUY her way into the governor's mansion. She didn't even bother to vote for 28 years, claiming she was buy "raising her kids." Please !!!!

  8. I am not supporting anything or anyone in the ads below my blogs. They are just there, and I have no control over them, other than removing them. They are providing me with some small funds that I am donating to our michigan endorsed candidates.

  9. I-Caucus candidates are great Conservative Candidates.