Publisher's Note: From time to time, I am blessed to have an article submitted by some amazing people and writers. People like Sybele Capezzutti, Tim Dunkin, Dawn Ellen, Nevin Gussack, and a number of others. The other day, I got this from a woman who has graced these pages in the past, and as you will see, not illness, not anxiety, not anything has diminished her style.
As always, Jocelyn Weeks Elliott delivers a heart felt, emotional piece; this time discussing her journey to the "Trump Side." Please take a moment, maybe pour yourself an adult beverage, and see what "Josie" has to say.
Jocelyn Weeks Elliott: Nothing is going to change my mind about Trump...!
I have volunteered for the Republican Party for years. I have gone so high as to be a District Representative for the Florida Federated Republican Women, and covered 7 counties in Southwest Florida. I have chaired federal level campaigns for the past 6 years, and promoted my candidates who serve at some of the highest levels in government, to include our Intelligence Committees, our Agriculture Committees, some have served in the Military, several have been Professors. Most of them are Attorneys. Constitutional Law. Extremely intelligent people, people I admire, close to my age, who make me wish I had been able to achieve more professionally. Could make most feel like slackers on any given day their achievements are so brilliant.
As a member of the Republican Executive Committee, which really only means a member of the branch of your local Republican Party that actually attends meetings and puts an effort into furthering the party, I have vowed and signed an oath stating that I will support all Republican Candidates for office. I cannot support NPA candidates, unless it’s a specific NPA office they are seeking, and then they still have to be Republicans, but I can’t support an NPA over a Republican. That affidavit I signed, it means something to me. It is my integrity, it is the promise I made to the party, that come what may, I will vote for the Republican candidate, and to me, my word is my bond...