One Weird Trick About How and Where Conservatives Should ‘Rally’ Against the Iran Nuclear Deal

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So a “rally” has been called for September 9, 2015, in Washington, D.C. to “send a message” to the current House and Senate members that “we the people” do not want them to vote to approve President Obama’s “nuclear deal” with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

That is one way to try to send a message. The lawmakers will look at the rally and think, “Great!  They still haven’t figured out what really matters, politically!”

There’s a way to “rally” that would have a real impact on the current House and Senate members. One that could actually strike fear into the political hears of the current House and Senate members.

Why not, conservatives, “rally” where you live? Instead of a single rally in D.C., why not have thousands and thousands of rallies where conservatives can become politically powerful by uniting, politically, “inside” the best political tool for ousting from office the current House and Senate members who will not follow the will of “we the people?” Why not, instead, show the current House and Senate members that conservatives have figured out the best first step to take in making sure that the best conservative candidates in the upcoming Republican Party primary elections across the country win the all-important, traditionally-very-low-turnout primary elections.

Would it not be wonderful if Mark Levin, and Jenny Beth Martin, and Donald Trump, and Ted Cruz all exhorted their conservative audience members to “rally” along with every other conservative they can find, where they live, at their respective local Republican Party monthly committee meetings? To find out how to fill up the 200,000 or so of the 400,000 Republican Party precinct committeeman slots spread across all the voting precincts of this nation? Imagine if conservatives who went to these committee meetings would shoot cell phone videos of overflowing crowds of conservatives filling the rooms of these local committee meetings. And then put those videos on a YouTube channel.  And then sent them to the Malignant Media outlets and to the incumbents in the House and Senate.

I wrote about how to do this here and here.

I asked the readers to go on a “secret and dangerous mission” here.

We conservatives have the numbers to completely transform the Republican Party into the conservative force for good it needs to be.

I am encouraged that others are beginning to catch on.

Conservatives of all stripes need to coalesce in their natural political home and get busy with the nuts and bolts work of winning elections, as I wrote about here. Forget about trying to “change” the incumbents through mere rhetoric. The only way to “change” them is by replacing them.  Ted Cruz referred to some of them as “Campaign Conservatives” – they talk like conservatives in the primary and general election, but then revert to something quite different after the election.  The first step to “Repeal and Replace” Obamacare is to “repeal and replace” the “Campaign Conservatives.” And the first step conservatives must take to make that happen is to unite and organize for real political action not just at a rally in D.C., but at our respective local Republican Party monthly committee meetings.


And for comic relief, leftist Thom Hartmann thought, years ago, that conservatives had already done this.

We conservatives can make it so.

Imagine if our candidates started talking about this.

Now get to it!

Thank you.

Dan Schultz

Daniel J. Schultz graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1978 and served as an Army Human Intelligence Officer. He now practices law. He has been a Republican Party precinct committeeman since 2007 and was a co-winner of the Conservative HQ Liberty Prize. State-specific and other information relating to The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy can be found at and http://theprecinctproject.wordpress.comHe can be reached at