John Lampros (NV – IAP) Has Been Made Chairman of the White-Pine County Commision Board

This is from Cody Quirk via a Facebook Message:

Our elected office-holder, John Lampros, has been made Chairman of the White-Pine County Commission Board

http://www.elynews.com/articles/2011/01/07/news/news13.txt

And he’s already shaking things up for the better-

http://www.elynews.com/articles/2011/01/21/news/news11.txt

35 thoughts on “John Lampros (NV – IAP) Has Been Made Chairman of the White-Pine County Commision Board

  1. Cody Quirk

    Hopefully we’ll soon see White Pine county turn a shade of Silver in an upcoming election.

    (Silver is our political color)

  2. The Last Conservative

    Hopefully we’ll see White Pine County secede from the United States and apply to join the United Kingdom, pushing it towards initiating the rebirth of true conservatism and absolute monarchy, including reestablishing its colonialism over what is now the United States. If Lampros doesn’t advocate for this, he’s just another liberal feminist secret Muslim commie, just like 99.9% of the rest of the world.

  3. Catholic Trotskyist

    Actually, I’m the same person behind “The Last Conservative.” I had retired that name for a while, but felt the urge to bring it out again to play with the “Conservative Tea Party Patriot” guy. I’m not ready to reveal my real name yet though; there are a couple people who know it, but they won’t tell.

  4. Catholic Trotskyist

    But I will tell you, I’m not currently involved in any third party. I’m actually a registered Democrat, but I’m not the same person as the jerk who keeps insulting Chelene Nightengale and supports Jerry Brown.

  5. Cody Quirk

    CT, you’re the guy behind LC?!
    Please tell me your head isn’t THAT far up there for real!

    However this ‘Conservative Tea Party Guy’ isn’t of our flock at all- and neither do I want him with us!

  6. Mark Seidenberg

    Cody Quirk

    You are now talking like Dr. Don “Everything is a
    Fake” Grundmann. The Conservative Tea Party
    Patriot is the same as “The Mad Monk”.

    This Carol Winkler statement of registration my
    be bogus. The whole Motion to Intervene looks
    like a document out of Odom.

    The question is why does Carol Winkler want to be party to the hijacking of the American Independent Party Los Angeles County Central
    Committee.

    Sincerely, Mark Seidenberg,
    Vice Chairman, American Independent Party

  7. Catholic Trotskyist

    “The Mad Monk” is probably referring to me; I have never used that name, but I like it! My own personal views are most close to those of my “Catholic Trotskyist” character, though not quite as radical.
    No idea who Carol Winkler is. And I’m not the “Conservative Tea Party Patriot”; he’s much more crude and violent than I would ever be, even as performance art.

  8. Cody Quirk

    You are now talking like Dr. Don “Everything is a
    Fake” Grundmann. The Conservative Tea Party
    Patriot is the same as “The Mad Monk”.

    = Just like the guy that pointed out the king being naked.

    This Carol Winkler statement of registration my
    be bogus. The whole Motion to Intervene looks
    like a document out of Odom.

    = Hahahaha! Just like Ed claimed that the CP NEVER has elected anybody to office!

  9. Mark Seidenberg

    Cody Quirk

    What os your question about the AIP?

    Sincerely, Mark Seidenberg
    Vice Chairman, American Independent Party

  10. Cody Quirk

    Sheesh, you can recall political history but you can’t remember what I asked you!

    I asked you why are you guys concerned about starting a national AIP like before 1992 when yet you’re already with the ‘America’s Independent Party’?
    Did they drop the ball or what?

  11. Cody Quirk

    And another thing- do you have Todd Palin’s Ok to have him as a 2012 Presidential candidate for your party?

  12. Down and Out in Dixie

    So what if he did agree to run, and won the AIP primary, and she won the Republican primary?

  13. Mark Seidenberg

    Cody Quirk

    Did the Montana Constitution Party has the O.K.
    in 2008 to place Ron Paul on the ballot? Answer,
    No!

    Now you can answer you own questions.

    Sincerely, Mark Seidenberg
    Vice Chairman, American Independent Party

  14. Down and Out in Dixie

    What are the rules for running in the AIP primary in California? Is Todd Palin still registered AIP? I’ve read that the Palins said he registered AIP by mistake.

  15. paulie

    IIRC Ron Paul did not object to people placing him on the ballot in the general election as an alt party or independent candidate, he just didn’t actively pursue it. That would be different than putting someone on the ballot who actually objects to being on the ballot, if that is the case here.

  16. Mark Seidenberg

    Down and out in Dixie

    Answer to Post # 19.

    The Twelfth Amendment states in part: “one of whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of the same state.”

    Sincerely, Mark Seidenberg,
    Vice Chairman, Ameerican Independent Party

  17. paulie

    What’s the 12th Amendment got to do with it? Under that scenario, they would not be running jointly on the same ticket as P and VP, which is what the 12th Amendment would prohibit. They would be competing candidates of two different parties running against each other. That is not addressed in the 12th Amendment.

  18. Mark Seidenberg

    Paulie,

    In 2008 Richard Winger was on two different lists of Presidential electors in California. There
    is no requirement in California that you have to be
    registered in the party that picks you as an elector.

    Sincerely, Mark Seidenberg
    Vice Chairman, American Independent Party

  19. paulie

    That’s an entirely different question than whether you can put someone on the ballot who actively objects to being put on the ballot.

  20. Mark Seidenberg

    Paulie,

    I thought I answered your question. Please ask again with more details.

    Sincerely, Mark Seidenberg

  21. Country Blumpkin

    1. Is it true that Todd Palin registered with the AIP accidentally?

    2. Is he registered AIP now?

    3. If he files an objection to being put on the ballot, can you actually get away with putting him on the ballot anyway?

    4. Supposing the answer to #3 is yes, and supposing he won your primary, would he be able to legally remove himself from the November ballot, especially if his wife is on it for the same office?

    5. Have you contacted Todd Palin?

    6. If yes, did he respond?

    7. If he did respond, did he say OK?

    8. If he did not say OK, did he say no?

    That is it for now.

  22. Cody Quirk

    Now you can answer you own questions.

    = You still haven’t answered the other one. If you don’t want to answer it, then its obvious that my suspicion that the ‘America’s Independent Party’ is failing as a national party and you guys want to break off is true.

    BTW, refusing to answer these kinds of questions only hurts your credibility and makes it seem like you’re up to no good.

  23. Cody Quirk

    IIRC Ron Paul did not object to people placing him on the ballot in the general election as an alt party or independent candidate, he just didn’t actively pursue it.

    = Actually he did, especially in Montana, but he just didn’t take action on it.

  24. Wyatt Cox/KELY Radio

    Just an FYI.

    Mr Lampros beat an arrogant incumbent who fought for the building of a new $1.5 million Emergency Response complex at a time when our county had just come out of severe financial emergency, and as the tip of the recession started to touch our rural county. The incumbent lost with only 20% of the vote, and the Republican opponent wasn’t proficient at all. Lampros has held elected office several times in the county.

  25. Cody Quirk

    Mr Lampros beat an arrogant incumbent who fought for the building of a new $1.5 million Emergency Response complex at a time when our county had just come out of severe financial emergency, and as the tip of the recession started to touch our rural county. The incumbent lost with only 20% of the vote, and the Republican opponent wasn’t proficient at all. Lampros has held elected office several times in the county.

    = The voters knew they were electing the RIGHT man for the job!

    Wrap that toilet paper tighter, Don.

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