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Gus Alzona (The Crusader)
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Has the Montgomery County and/or Maryland Republican Party been recruiting RINOs to run against Gus Alzona in 2016?  Please vote in the latest online poll in the column to your right.  Thank you.

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Gus Alzona endorses Ted Cruz for President
August 6, 2015 12:00 a.m. EDT Contact Information: Gus Alzona, Member At-Large Montgomery County Republican Central Committee PO Box 341974 Bethesda , Maryland 20827-1974 augustusalzona@gmail.com Office # 301-530-5000, Cell # 202-288-8011 Gus Alzona endorse...

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Which "Republican" should Gus Alzona support in the 2016 elections?  Please vote in the poll on this page.

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Change MDGOP post #4 - If Hogan does not hire him, which job in Congress should Alzona go for?
Gus Alzona has been a loyal Maryland Republican, conservative
leader/organizer and volunteer community activist since 1994.  In the
event, Governor Larry Hogan, whom he helped elect in 2014, does not make
him a decent job offer, which winnable seat in th...

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Change MDGOP post #4 - If Lary Hogan does not hire Alzona, what should he do next?
Gus Alzona has been a loyal Maryland Republican, conservative leader/organizer and volunteer community activist since 1994.  In the event, Governor Larry Hogan, whom he helped elect in 2014, does not make him a decent job offer, which winnable seat in the U...

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Change MDGOP Post #3 - Which song should Gus Alzona use for his 2016 campaign song?
Gus Alzona resides in the South (below the Mason-Dixon line) in an area with the most loyal Washington Redskins fans.  This also contains some of the most educated rock music fans in the country.  So, which one of the popular songs listed in the poll should...

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My result was Knights Templars!

The Knights Templars were the earliest founders of the military orders and are the type on which the others are modelled. In 1119, the French knight Hugues de Payens approached King Baldwin II of Jerusalem and Warmund, Patriarch of Jerusalem and proposed creating a monastic order for the protection of those pilgrims in the Holy Land.

The order owed its rapid growth in popularity to the fact that it combined the two great passions of the Middle Ages, religious fervour and martial prowess. Having renounced all the pleasures of life, they faced death with a proud indifference; they were the first to attack, the last to retreat, always docile to the voice of their leader, the discipline of the monk being added to the discipline of the soldier. As an army they were never very numerous. A contemporary tells us that there were 400 knights in Jerusalem at the zenith of their prosperity; he does not give the number of serjeants, who were more numerous. But it was a picked body of men who, by their noble example, inspirited the remainder of the Christian forces.

Templars were often the advance shock troops in key battles of the Crusades, as the heavily armoured knights on their warhorses would set out to charge at the enemy, ahead of the main army bodies, in an attempt to break opposition lines. One of their most famous victories was in 1177 during the Battle of Montgisard, where some 500 Templar knights helped several thousand infantry to defeat Saladin’s army of more than 26,000 soldiers.

You belong to them because of your strength and great desire of conquest. You are willing to risk your own life for others and for your Faith.

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Poll "Should elected officials who violate their oath of office to uphold the Constitution be impeached?"
Please vote in this latest poll in the right hand column of this
webpage.  Comments are most welcome below.  No vulgarities please.  Thank you.

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Poll: "Should elected officials who violate their oath of office to uphold the Constitution be impeached?"
Please vote in this latest poll in the right hand column of this
webpage.  Comments are most welcome below.  No vulgarities please.  Thank yo.

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Change MDGOP Post #2 - Should the last remaining elected local GOP official from the Republican Revolution of 1994 go for it in 2016?
As a veteran of Maryland politics since 1994, among other qualifications, Montgomery County Republican Central Committee Member At-Large Gus Alzona www.GusAlzona.com has the experience and unique qualifications to run for and win either of the two open fede...
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