Only Active Citizens Can Save America From Socialist Tyranny

Only Active Citizens Can Save America From Socialist Tyranny –Chester County activist and Republican Committeewoman Donna Ellingsen told the crowd at Gatsby’s, last night, July 6, that she was born in what was then  British Guiana and everything was fine.

Donna was the guest speaker at United4Delco’s Active Citizen Workshop held at the bar and grill on Pennell Road in Aston, Pa.

She said after independence her native land became the Socialist Republic of Guyana. Life got harder. Goods disappeared. Money became useless. The nation’s biggest export became its people. She noted that its population was just under a million when she was a girl and that it hasn’t changed much.

Actually, it seems to have gone down. The most recent data shows it at 789,683 which is less than Montco.

Anyway, Donna was one of the exports and she ended up in neighboring Venezuela.

And everything was fine.

The nation was awash in petrodollars. The restaurants rivaled those of New York and Milan.

Then socialism arrived.

Only Active Citizens Can Save America From Socialist Tyranny
Donna Ellingsen

Donna says that the first sign that socialism has arrived is the toilet paper shortage.

So she emigrated to the United States. Legally, she notes.

And everything was fine.

Then in 2008 Barack Obama was elected president and she saw the creeping approach of corrupting socialism coming to our nation. From here there is no where to flee.

So she became politically active. She unseated an incumbent to become committeewoman for Elks Township and succeeded to the point where Democrats no longer contest seats in her district.

She now gives talks and seminars throughout southeastern and central Pennsylvania about how easy it is for the average citizen to fight back. Canvassing neighbors can be fun and makes a big difference, she says. Many residents are not even aware that an election is about to happen or how the wrong candidate can seriously make their lives harder. When the canvasser tells them they end up voting.

She points out that it isn’t even that hard to actually run for office and that one doesn’t need a lot of money to do so at the local level.

But even stuffing mailings and door hangers can be helpful.

This year’s election is Nov. 7. On the ballot in Pennsylvania include races for judges, county and municipal officials, and school boards.

These races are often overlooked by the average citizen and are far more important than many seem to realize.

Joy Schwartz who is running for Delaware County Council and Kathryn Buckley, who is one of five seeking to break the monolithic block of Democrats on the Rose Tree Media School Board, also spoke.

Those interested in helping should contact

Only Active Citizens Can Save America From Socialist Tyranny

United4Delco Hosts Citizen Workshop

United4Delco Hosts Citizen Workshop — United4Delco will host an “active citizen workshop,” 6-8 p.m., Thursday, July 6, at Gatsby’s Bar and Grill, 4936 Pennell Road, Aston, 19014 with Donna Ellingsen.

The many manageable tasks that people can do to make their communities better by fighting the corruption rampant in government and politics will be explained.

The event — which is organized by Wendy Willauer and Joe Dychala – free.

For information email or visit United4Delco’s Facebook page.

United4Delco Hosts Citizen Workshop

United4Delco Has Inaugural Meeting

United4Delco Has Inaugural Meeting — Kudos to Joe Dychala and Wendy Willhauer for organizing the inaugural meeting of United4Delco held tonight, June 1, at warm and friendly Gatsby’s Bar & Grill, 4936 Pennell Road, Aston, Pa. 19014.

About 40 filled the banquet hall. Joe described his write-in campaign in the May 16 GOP primary for Aston 7th Ward Commissioner in which he got nearly a third of the vote against 16-year incumbent Mike Higgins.

The main speakers were election integrity activists Leah Hoopes and Greg Stenstrom, authors of The Parallel Election. While much of what they said would be familiar to readers of this site, Greg and Leah each described the very real personal costs they endured during their campaign.

The County can go a long way in easing legitimate suspicions regarding how it runs elections simply by not fighting right to know requests especially when arbiters rule against them, and by not ignoring requests for documents in bald rejection of the law.

How can one not be suspicious?

Oh, an update on this morning’s story: We have been told that Delaware County Director of Elections Jim Allen has contacted Greg along with GOP County Council candidate Joy Schwartz and agreed to allow them to count — and photograph — the ballot envelopes. That wasn’t so hard, now, was it?

United4Delco Has Inaugural Meeting
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