Doug Gissendanner, U.S.A.F. was on a very short leave before heading out to Australia. Doug addressed our members about his 18 years in the U.S. Air Force. Doug is Betty Gissendanner’s only son/child.
Several ladies had questions for Doug. One question that drew a lot of attention was will he run for political office when he retires from the Air Force in two years. Doug wasn’t really evasive but said he’d cross that bridge when he came to it.
Thank you, Doug, for your service.
Excellent video by Ultraviolet.org
Just want to give you a little taste of what’s in the works. We have booked the PG Woman’s Club for Sunday, April 30 from 1 – 4 p.m. for this exciting program. As more details develop, we’ll be sending you the details. For right now, mark this day on your calendar — SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 2017. Hope to see you on Sunday, April 30th. Keep your eyes peeled for more details.
Let’s not lose the momentum we have now. Call Congressman Rooney and tell him how you feel about the Affordable Care Act. Republicans are running scared. They have promised to repeal ACA but they have no replacement. Millions will be left with no healthcare if they repeal ACA and they know it could cost them the election in 2018.
Call 941-575-9101, Tom Rooney’s local (Punta Gorda/Charlotte County) telephone number.
Joy Reid is just getting better and better.
Donald Trump is trying to put the fear of God in people by spreading lies about what “could” happen on election day and saying the only way Hillary will win is if there is cheating on election day. Now he’s calling on vigilantes to patrol polling places.
This is more reason than ever to vote by mail. Contact your Supervisor of Elections (SOE) and make sure your Vote by Mail request has not expired. If it has, request it be reinstated for ALL elections. You can reach the Charlotte County Supervisor of Elections at 833-5400 or go online www.charlottevotes.com. Voting by mail is safe. After you have cast your vote, you can go online to the SOE’s office and verify your vote has been received. Vote SAFE in 2016. Vote by mail.
And we can do this without violence.