In today’s political climate, we often feel that our voices are not heard in the din of philosophical correctness. Our elected officials are too frequently unresponsive ideologues more interested in constructing a legacy than in considering the effects of their actions on working people, the people who actually built this country. Legislation is passed before it is read and understood with the promise of disclosure after it becomes law.
Brave men and women who believed in self-reliance and personal responsibility, qualities that too often seem to be in short supply these days, founded our nation. More than likely, these founders would be appalled at what we have become. Nonetheless, there are still those who respect this spirit and seek to keep it alive, and we are looking for like-minded people.
The Woodstock Conservative Roundtable meets regularly and is looking for people who would like to join us. Our next meeting will be held in Bryant Pond on April 7. Those who are interested in attending our meeting are encouraged to contact us at 890-6404.