My latest for the Examiner talks a bit about local Massachusetts republicans re-arming:
Although the working class group assembled last evening makes a mockery of that meme, the problem as Connaughton pointed out was proving that to the public. Her solution, more local involvement. She like the Twin City Tea Party Forum a week ago stressed Republicans need to get involved in politics on the local level bringing “the message of fiscal responsibility” that working class people both understand and support. It was by this method that “a farm team can be created” from which candidates known and trusted by the people could be drawn to win statewide.
Between this and my previous article on the Tea party forum the general consensus is that we have to start at the bottom in this state to change things.
It won’t be quick and it won’t be easy, but it won’t be boring.