The liberals are so smug about winning California that they're mailing in the election. They just assume that conservatives, patriots and taxpayers are so intimidated by their supposed political prowess that they don't even have to campaign.
Well, nuts to that!
On Friday, Sept. 28, a trio of patriotic groups will hold a Mitt Romney - Paul Ryan rally in downtown Redlands at Ed Hales Park, at the corner of Fifth and State streets. The rally, 6 p.m.-8 p.m., is free and open to the public.
The guest speaker is Larry O'Connor, editor-in-chief of Breitbart TV. He is a regular guest on the Hugh Hewitt and Dennis Miller radio shows as well as Fox News and the Fox and Friends morning show.
Other speakers include Julie Biggs, the Romney-Ryan chairwoman for San Bernardino County, Joe Henehan, a local business owner and Phillip Naman, a co-host on the Redlands Tea Party Patriots radio show, aired on KTIE 590 AM The Answer.
The event is sponsored by the Romney-Ryan Campaign, the California Young Republican Federation and the Redlands Townhall Patriots. Campaign materials will be made available.
A cutout of Clint Eastwood, as well as an empty chair representing his recent parody of Barack Obama, are also scheduled.
Democrats do enjoy significant advantages in voter registration and voter fraud in California. But despite that, there's no reason why responsible adults shouldn't make California competitive on Election Day. Our honor is at stake.
And Redlands would be a great place to start that Golden State fight next Friday.
And surprises could happen...after all, famously liberal Massachusetts elected Republican Sen. Scott Brown after liberal icon Teddy Kennedy died in 2009. After four years of a ruinous and overbearing Obama administration, there is hope that California could change its mind on Election Day and go purple.