++ BONE HEADED LAWMAKERS - VERY IMPORTANT - Two Republican
lawmakers are foolishly pushing a bill that would be very detrimental
to Oklahoma if passed in regards to the presidential elections. Right
now the bill, SB 841, has passed out of the Rules Committee and is
waiting to be voted on by the full Senate. If this bill were to pass
and be signed by the Governor, it would have Oklahoma join with other
states and establish the Agreement Among the States to Elect the
President and Vice President by a National Popular Vote.
The original author of this legislation was the liberal Senator John
Sparks (D-Norman). However, not wanting to miss out on such earth
shattering hope and change, Newly elected Senator Rob Johnson (R-
Kingfisher) has taken the bill over and now has become its principle
author. His House sponsor is the perennial RINO nominee, State
Representative Don Armes (R-Lawton).
If this were to pass, it would do away with the Electoral College and
change our elections for the President and Vice President into a
national popular vote. Our Founding Fathers were brilliant when they
designed the Electoral College system for a variety of reasons. One of
the most important reasons, is because each state has the same number
of electors (2) from the U. S. Senate, and as such, that helps to keep
the larger population states from running rough shod over the lower
If this change were to occur, then the large cities would have an
inordinate amount of influence on Presidential elections. Our big
cities have become rats nests for liberalism. We must not allow this
ACTION: Please call your personal Senator’s office Today or no later
than next Monday. Ask your Senator to oppose SB 841. If you don’t know
the direct line for your Senator, then call the Senate switch board at
(405) 524-0126 and tell the operator your Senator’s name and you will
be connected to that office. If you don’t know your Senator’s name
(naughty, naughty) then call your county election board, give them
your address and they will give you that information. Save that
information even if you have to tattoo the number on your knee.
NEXT: Call Senator Rob Johnson’s office (405 524-0126 ask the
operator for Senator Rob Johnson) and ask him to pull the legislation
and throw it in the trash.
NEXT: Call Representative Don Armes’ office (405 557-7307 this is
the direct line to his office) and ask that he would withdraw his
House sponsorship to this bill.
These action items are very important, please DO THIS today or next
Monday at the latest.
++ CORRECTION - In Tuesday morning’s e-mail I announced that Avi
Lipkin would be speaking during the Sunday morning and evening
services at Fairview Baptist in Edmond. He will be speaking in the
Sunday evening (6:00 p.m.) service ONLY, not in the morning service.
Sorry for the mistaken information.
++ SATURDAY MORNING - OKLAHOMA COUNTY - The Oklahoma County
Republican party Convention will be held at Southern Nazarene
University on 39th street in downtown Bethany. If you were not able to
attend a precinct meeting, I am told you may arrive at 8:00 a.m. if
you live in Oklahoma County and are registered as a Republican to get
credentialed to attend. If you have the time, it is important to
attend this county convention and learn the process, to become a more
effective citizen, bring your voter registration card.
++ MONDAY EVENING - MOORE AREA - Avi Lipkin will be speaking
March 7th at 7:00 p.m. in the Crown Center, 13300 South Western. John
Youll is the Pastor.
++ TUESDAY EVENING - DEL CITY AREA - Avi Lipkin will be speaking
March 8th at Destiny Christian Church, 3801 S.E. 29th in Del City.
Lawrence Neisent is the Pastor.
++ TUESDAY EVENING - ADA AREA - The Ada Tea Party will hold their
monthly meeting in the Industrial Arts Classroom on the Pontotoc
County Career Tech Center. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. and
feature Edmond pastor Paul Blair, State Insurance Commissioner John
Doak, State Representative Tom Newell and Dr. Ed White. This is a
great group of patriots. When I spoke at their meeting last month,
they had about 70 people present. I was impressed with their base of
knowledge and desire to make a positive difference in Oklahoma and our
Thanks for your time and attention.