Ginny Maziarka has drawn attention to the new "grassroots" movement called "Common Sense Citizens of Washington County". Maybe this will be what she changes the name of her vendetta to; who knows, who cares.
But this is an amusing group.
First, their website, while literally just created yesterday, looks like it was designed in 1996. Love the pixelated graphics, off-center design, broken menu links, etc. C'mon, folks, even Ginny figured out how to use Google Sites to create a halfway decent looking web presence.
Then there's the male-centric focus of this group. Look at the officers: all men (and most with the name "Mike"). I'm sure they'll be thrilled with Ginny's...um...femininity.
Lastly, I wonder how they're react to Ginny's decidedly anti-liberty focus. The group holds "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness" as one of its core values, yet Ginny's vendetta are most certainly in opposition to that. It is only through the enjoyment of liberty and the pursuit of happiness can someone be free to embrace their sexual identity, seek out love, raise their children without interference, and so on.
Common Sense Citizens might want to think twice before adding Ginny to the mix.....unless they really need a webmaster (and can stomach some ALL CAPS and red text.)
// BTW, I wonder how "grass roots" this group really is, seeing that West Bend's representative, Steve Hutchins, sits on the city council. And since once of the goals of the group is to help "conservative individuals obtain and maintain political offices through fund raising and campaign assistance", I certainly hope Mr. Hutchins won't be abusing his power as an elected official to offer "campaign assistance" to others in the group.