The RHATT Pack Watch Day 174

The RHATT Pack Watch

Day 174


Today is Tuesday, October 16th, Day 174 of the Rhatt Pack Watch.


There are only three weeks until November 6th Election Day.  This is one of the Red-face Ratt’s favorite days.  It’s a day he knows when he can call on the “Cousins to deliver for him.


Now for most politicians this day is about creating a positive image, raising campaign funds, getting a message out to voters, turning out the vote and wining the election. These are activities that don’t happen overnight.  They require a great deal of time and effort to develop and complete.  For instance, for every politician, every activity ever undertaken, every element of education ever achieved, every job or position ever held and every comment or statement ever made contribute to one’s image.  All of these and more will be scrutinized and evaluated by every potential voter.  If after evaluation, a potential voter believes you have a positive image and they agree with the types of policies you represent, that voter may support you.


Regardless of the position and the size of the constituency, every individual seeking office requires help and support.  No politician succeeds in isolation.  Campaigns cost money.  A politician either must have the resources to satisfy the financial burden or seek financial support from others.  Financial support only comes from individuals who think positively about and believe in the politician.  During campaigns, getting the message out requires envelopes to be stuffed, calls to be made, doors to be knocked upon, and voters to be transported to voting locations.


While every politician participates in a great deal of these activities, rarely can any Politician fulfill all of these needs.  Here again, support comes from individuals who think positively about and believe in the politician.  Of course, this is the way most politicians seek office, but the Ratt has a different approach.


Why would the Ratt want to depend upon a positive image and supporting policies which would be important to constituents who might vote.  And besides, he might want to help other politicians, who like he, might not have positive images.  The Ratt believes he has a better way.  The Ratt has “Cousins”.  And for the Ratt, his “Cousins” are far more important than ordinary voters in elections.  You know what the Ratt says, “Us Cousins got to stick together”  and you know they do.


In White Springs, all elections and the Ballot Box are the responsibility of the Ratt’s “Cousin” Pam.  What a surprise?  How convenient for the Ratt!  As you are aware, Cousin” Pam has admitted taking the Ballot Box to her home.  Now what do you think goes on with the Ballot Box that for several hours isn’t being supervised by representatives of opposing parties?    And of course, “Cousin” Pam has the only key.  What do you bet that when the Ballot Box finally gets to where the votes can be counted, some vote changes probably were made.


The Ratt really doesn’t care which candidate any voter wants, it’s all about which issue or candidate the Rat wants, like when he wanted to get into power with all of his “Gang”.  Change a vote here, change a vote there and pretty soon, the Rat can elect anyone he wants.  Oh, now that someone probably will be watching “Cousin” Pam and the Ballot Box, the Ratt has settled on a more direct approach.  Why be observed taking the Ballot Box to “Cousin” Pam’s home when it’s just as easy to access it at Town Hall.  All it takes is a few minutes in Town Hall at night and Wa La, the Ratt has any vote he wants.


Ok, White Springs, protect your vote.  Who knows what the Ratt may tr to pull in three weeks.  Yeah, he’s not running, but no one knows who or what he’s pushing.  Be alert; be involved, and ensure your vote counts.  And help reduce crime in Town Hall.  Call the FBI office in Jacksonville (904) 248-7000.


Don’t lose your vote to mischief by the Ratt.  It’s Day 174 and the Red-face Ratt hasn’t resigned yet.  The Rhatt Pack Watch continues!

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