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.
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