Alexandre à Gréshàm commented on Getting the word out, and joining the conversation 2016-07-24 02:35:43 -0400Mr. Zicha, I’d be more than happy to assist you in the development of your Whig Journal. I see myself as an avid writer and have been looking for ways to lend my services to the party outside serving as the Vice-Chairman for South Carolina. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d be interested in having me.
Alexandre à Gréshàm commented on The Modern Whig Party Responds to Dallas and Baton Rouge 2016-07-18 21:03:48 -0400The people who feel the need to assert violence against the police because of racially motivated police-shootings only become the heinous and detestable racists they aimed to strike down. The police are a valued part of our community and we should avoid rushing to blame all police officers for the crimes of a few. In same, minorities are an equally valued part of our community and we should avoid rushing to blame all minorities for the crimes of some. With that said, we DO need to address the underlying roots of crime, which are poverty, social disintegration, and the dilapidated nuclear family structure in this country that so plagues blacks and hispanics.
Alexandre à Gréshàm answered 2016-06-20 21:24:05 -0400Q: How often do you vote?
A: Every election, every two years.
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