( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno)
I’m posting this blog, but it’s by former ACORN employee Anita MonCrief – her bio is below.
By: Anita MonCrief
I had the great pleasure two weeks ago of joining over 300 patriots in Pittsburgh for the first of seven ‘Post Party Summits’ being held around the country by American Majority, Redstate.com, Smart Girl Politics, and The John Hancock Committee for the States. In addition, the Boston Post Party Summit is also being co-sponsored by several local organizations, including the Greater Boston Tea Party.
Now that the tax day protests are complete, these Summits are geared toward giving people the practical tools and instruction they need to engage the political process in their communities and make a difference in the fight for freedom and limited government.
While many people look back in amazement at the dramatic gains made by the left in the 2006 and 2008 elections, I can tell you firsthand that this did not simply take place because of a favorable political environment. As a former staffer of ACORN’s Project Vote, I saw up close and personal how the left understands that neighbor-to-neighbor, bottom-up political organizing is the means by which you win elections and change the direction of the country.
The Boston Post Party Summit this weekend in Danvers offers conservatives throughout Massachusetts and the entire New England region the opportunity to plot our counter-attack, as the 2010 midterm elections appear to be the best opportunity in years to successfully defeat the left at the ballot box.
Please register for the Summit today either online at http://ppsboston.eventbrite.com/ or by calling (508) 857-6138. I hope to see you there!
Anita MonCrief is a blogger and writer in Washington, DC. She attended the University of Alabama where she majored in political science and history. Anita has also worked with the International Crisis Group, the Grameen Foundation and Project Vote/ACORN. In 2005, she joined the Strategic Writing and Research Department of ACORN Political Operations and its affiliate Project Vote.
In 2008 Anita came forward to expose the damage that ACORN has done to the impoverished and marginalized communities, as well as its rampant voter fraud, and gained notoriety as the ACORN whistle blower. She will present two workshops-Registration Drives & Recognizing and Preventing Voter Fraud-at the Boston Post Party Summit this weekend (May 7th and 8th) in Danvers, MA.