Fulton County GOP Demands its Leaders Stick to Republican Principles

Local leaders are asking everyone who agrees to sign a petition.

It started with the simple idea to write a letter of support to Congressman Tom Price (R-GA) for his steadfast position on fiscal restraint and holding the line on tax increases. It turned into a call to fellow Republicans across the country to stand by its convictions as the fiscally prudent Party. 
By an overwhelming majority, the Fulton County Republican Party (FultonGOP) voted to approve a petition that was written by FultonGOP members and approved by its Executive Committee. The Executive Committee is comprised of the FultonGOP leadership who are all elected to their positions.  It calls on Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) and all Republicans to abide by the Party’s own stated principles of lower taxes and smaller government.
"For the grassroots and everyday Americans this isn't rocket science,” said Roger Bonds, chairman of the Fulton County Republican Party. “When your household debt reaches an unmanageable level, you cut your spending and reallocate your income to pay off the debt. It’s the same with the government.  Taking more money from individuals and companies in the form of taxes will not only destroy job creation, it will destroy existing jobs. You can guarantee any tax increase will only be spent on government programs instead of paying off our massive debt. This is not the America that I and my fellow FultonGOP members want to leave our children and their children.”
The petition is available for everyone and anyone to read and sign at www.FultonGOP.org under the Announcements section.

Do you agree with the Fulton GOP petition? Will you sign it?

Heather Barr December 13, 2012 at 01:18 PM
Philip Beck December 13, 2012 at 06:15 PM
Apparently it is rocket science for the spineless. But first, before anyone poo-poos giving in to liberal think, you should make a list of the benefits that negotiating with progressives will bring to the conservative cause: 1: Well, that reason isn’t a bennie. 2: That one’s worse than #1. 3. That’s the least beneficial of them all. 4: All in favor of poo-poo, say yea.


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