Posted by MAXIMUS
RPV Chairman Jeff Frederick is desperately trying to hold onto a Party Office that he was elected to serve in. How desperately?
Frederick is making the argument that because he was elected to the post, he is not subject to the removal process that will occur regarding his Chairmanship on April 4, 2009. Frederick states that because he was elected by supporters at a convention, that the 80% (plus) of RPV State Central Committee Members that are aligned against him have no legitimate basis to remove him from Office. To that point, each and every State Central Member is elected to serve in their posts by their respective Congressional Districts and or allied groups such as YR's, CR's, and the VFRW. Further, the National Committeeman and National Committeewoman are elected at State Conventions (or by SCC in the event of a vacancy prior to the expiration of a term on RNC).
Basically, you have elected party folks who represent over 80% of Virginia's Republicans that are making this move to oust J-Fraud. Throw in Bob McDonnell, the former AG who is now the Virginia GOP's Gubernatorial standard barer, and all Republicans from all across Virginia are now ready to unleash a big ole' can of whip up.
Any reasonable and logical person sees this as game, set, match for Frederick. Yet, Frederick continues to pledge to fight his removal. Like John McEnroe, Jeff Frederick has a foul temper and narcissistically thinks every thing is (or should be) about him. However, unlike John McEnroe, Jeff Frederick has a battleship mouth and a row boat ass. Frederick simply can't back up the smack he talks. The mouse didn't even get recognized as "retiring from service" on the floor of the House of Delegates. As other Delegates gushed over other retiring colleagues such as Frank Hargove, William Fralin, and Kenneth Melvin, nobody mentioned Frederick was leaving the House. Sorry, in all fairness to John McEnroe, at least he could back up every bit of smack he laid down.
Back to the point, Frederick states that he should not be subject to the removal process as outlined in the Plan of Organization for the Republican Party of Virginia simply because he was elected to the Chairmanship position during a convention. That is a fallacious argument--and I'll use the example of President Barack H. Obama to illustrate. The President of the United States, elected by a majority of the voters, is subject to a removal process when it's warranted (i.e. impeachment). The Kool-Aid Drinkers from Camp Frederick are very vocal in stating that just because J-FRAUD was elected by a convention he must be allowed to serve out his term and he is therefore not subject to the removal process as defined in the Plan of Organization of the Republican Party of Virginia. Thus, Frederick thinks he is above reproach and more powerful than the actual occupant of the Office of President of the United States when it comes to removal from Office.
In Frederick's alternative universe, he is not subject to the rules. In Frederick's alternative universe, it is acceptable for a grown man to de-sac and literally run out of RPV Headquarters in an effort to avoid being served with the Bill of Particulars which outlines the basis for Chairman Frederick's removal. This actually happened on March 3, 2009. This may be a shocking revelation for some; however, I fully expected this type of behavior from a passive-aggressive narcissist who actually cried his way out of Navy boot camp back in the day. I strongly suggest that the RPV SCC members bring some tissues with them on April 4, 2009 as **someone** will certainly have a boot camp déjà vu moment. This. Is. How. I. Roll.