Aloha Fellow Republicans and Conservatives:
Monday's lead story in the Star-Advertiser -- "Special session is expected" -- tells the story about how Democrats have organized to force their liberal social agenda on every man, woman and child in the islands. Democrats are lining up the support with organized e-mail campaigns, rallies, phony opinion surveys, phony economic studies, organized phone banking and the like. Meanwhile, the Hawaii Republican Assembly (HIRA) is vexed at the lack of response on this issue from the Hawaii Republican Party. Why are they all choosing to be silent and inactive?
What are David Chang, Miriam Hellreich, Ted Liu, Aaron Ling Johanson and other party officials and legislators doing about the coming assault on traditional marriage? From our vantage point, it appears that they are doing nothing at all. The party and its leaders have the resources; the mailing lists, the e-mail addresses, the phone banks, the donor contacts, the county, district and precinct organizations desperate to be armed with tools and waiting to be activated, plus the political connections to put opposition to homosexual "marriage" into action. This is what is so perplexing. Right now, island Democrats face zero political opposition from island Republicans while the liberal social engineers prepare to change Hawaii forever.
This is absolutely unacceptable!
Like virtually all other conservative groups across the nation, HIRA is determined to keep up the pressure on Republican politicians, candidates and party officials to fight for our Republican principles every step of the way. The cornerstones of those principles are the protection of religious freedom, the protection of families, and most of all, the protection of children. We don't want homosexual marriage, bisexual marriage and polygamy to become normalized, mainstreamed and legalized by our state legislature.
We have to take action and strongly urge Hawaii Republican Party (HRP) leadership to do the right thing; stand and fight against this terrible Democrat agenda. On endless social and economic issues, Democrats are ransacking Hawaii. There's too much at stake in the days, weeks and months ahead.
Please join HIRA in giving the HRP the wake-up call it needs.
Party Chairman David Chang's phone number is: 593-8180
David Chang's e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
National Committeewoman Miriam Hellreich's phone number is: 284-3235
Miriam Hellreich's e-mail address is: email@example.com
National Committeman Ted Liu's phone number is: 255-6139
Ted Liu's e-mail address is: theodore.E.Liu@gmail.com
Adding insult to injury, yesterday's newspaper story -- "House to gauge support for gay marriage law" -- reveals that Hawaii Democrats are holding meeting after meeting about this issue while our party leaders baffle state Republicans with complacency..
PLEASE CONTACT DAVID CHANG, MIRIAM HELLREICH AND TED LIU TODAY. TELL THEM TO USE EVERY RESOURCE THE PARTY HAS TO FIGHT THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT SOCIAL AGENDA BEING PUSHED AT THE STATE CAPITOL DURING THE SO-CALLED "SPECIAL SESSION". PARTY LEADERS HAVE HAD LONG ENOUGH TO PLAN FOR THIS BATTLE. THE TIME IS NOW -- LET'S TELL THEM TO SHOW US WHAT THEY'VE GOT!!!
President - Hawaii Republican Assembly
P.S. Your Hawaii Republican Assembly, on the other hand, will continue fighting for what island conservatives and Republicans believe in. Please visit our website to learn more about how you can help HIRA to help Hawaii. Please take action and also consider supporting the Hawaii Republican Assembly in this fight by becoming a member or making a donation. To learn more, please visit our website: www.HawaiiRepublicanAssembly.com. Thanks for being involved.
P.P.S. For more information about what the Democrats are planning in the name of "marriage equality", please read out last "Red Alert" HERE. Please call Governor Abercrombie at 586-0034 or write to the governor by sending him a message online HERE and tell him not to push for a special session to approve same sex "marriage" in Hawaii. Serious time is needed to study the profound impacts to society, now and in the future. The people of Hawaii need to decide.