Scott Lively: “Today I changed my affiliation from unenrolled to Republican.”

The Republican Party has gained a new member.

http://www.scottlively.net/201…

Today I changed my affiliation from unenrolled to Republican.  Starting today my role in Massachusetts (in addition to serving as pastor) will be to help the Christian conservatives take the GOP back from the RINOs.  After the first of the year I will make myself available as a motivator and organizer to help create a state-wide grassroots network of conservative activists.  This was what I did in Oregon in the late 80s and early 90s as Communications Director for the Oregon Citizens Alliance, the most extensive political network of Christian activists I’ve ever seen.  Pat Robertson came to Oregon to examine our organizational model before he created the Christian Coalition.  I was the #2 man in OCA for several years and want to offer that experience to the conservative movement here.

I will likely run for another office in 2016 as part of this effort.

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About Patrick

Sometime political guy.

  • I thought he did in fact bring something to the debates that was missing. On far too many issues all the other candidates agreed with only marginal differences seperating them.

    My favorite moment from the debates is when Lively interrupted Coakley and Baker, squabbling between one another over how much they each care about children, to remind them that they both support abortion. A clip of that can be seen at the beginning of this interview that Jim Braude did with Lively.

    http://www.necn.com/news/polit

  • nomad943

    One of my take aways from this years election was that the gender gap that typically swings to DEMS by wide margins had practically disappeared. Lively sounds like he has the recipe to bring it back.

  • Freesoul

    Perhaps Lively should challenge Kirsten Hughes for Chairman of the MASSGOP. He’s got the one thing that the leadership of the party is clearly lacking, a sense of conservatism. Besides, I don’t think anyone else really wants it.

  • Freesoul

    Perhaps Lively should challenge Kirsten Hughes for Chairman of the MASSGOP. He’s got the one thing that the leadership of the party is clearly lacking, a sense of conservatism. Besides, I don’t think anyone else really wants it.