LE­GIT­I­MATE RED­NECK

The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

Well, yee-haw. The Amer­i­can Red­neck So­ci­ety has formed the Red­neck Po­lit­i­cal Al­liance “to let elected rep­re­sen­ta­tives know what is­sues concern Amer­i­can red­necks,” says Rob Clayton, who founded the Vir­ginia-based mem­ber­ship group last fall.

“The Red­neck Po­lit­i­cal Al­liance will not en­dorse any can­di­date or po­lit­i­cal party but rather will give Amer­i­can red­necks a chance to let elected of­fi­cials know if they’re LEJIT,” he says, not­ing that the acro­nym stands for lim­ited gov­ern­ment, eras­ing the deficit, job cre­ation, im­mi­gra­tion re­form and tax re­duc­tion.

“We’ll be ask­ing folks to grade politi­cians ac­cord­ing to these five cri­te­ria. Soon, we’ll be grad­ing can­di­dates for pres­i­dent and let­ting folks know whether they’re LEJIT,” Mr. Clayton adds, re­fer­ring in­ter­ested par­ties to the sur­vey at the group’s web­site www.amer­i­canred­neck­so­ci­ety.com.

Whys, where­fores, what­ev­ers to jharper@wash­ing­ton­times.com.

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