Crashin’ the Move On Party

My good friend, Rachel Alexander of Intellectual Conservative – who by the way was awarded 2009 Activist of the Year by RightOnline – was able to crash the Networks Convention party on Friday. She’s got an excellent photo essay of her “visit” online at

Great Job Rachel!


  1. I like the part where she is surprised there was no pot smoking or wild behavior. I am trying to imagine what she thought was going to be going on.=)

  2. kralmajales says

    hahahahah that is great! Maybe she was disappointed, Todd?

  3. Basil St. John says

    What a lousy collection of pics. She needs a much better photo editor. At least skip the blurry ones!

  4. They may not have been high but there was free alcohol, which possibly explains the quality of some of the pictures I’m in. If I was getting paid for this kind of grassroots activism like the left insists ( maybe I could afford a professional photographer, but unfortunately I haven’t figured out yet how to get a right wing corporate interest to pay me.

  5. kralmajales says

    But Rachel, you have to admit that they are decidedly much more fun that GOPers. I mean, I have been on both sides of the fence and it just doesn’t compare.

    Although, my first true proposition from the same sex did come at a Georgia GOP sponsored debate of Republican gubenatorial primary candidates.

    So maybe not as wild at Move on.

  6. kralmajales – I think a lot of the young Republicans are pretty wild, but that goes against type so you don’t hear about it much.

    The MoveOn people can be pretty boring actually. They invite you over for a ‘house party’ and they pop on a movie about how conservative Fox news is. Like I need a movie to tell me that. Yawn.

  7. Congrats Rachel as the honor is well deserved! Especially having to party without mobsters and extremists. Did anyone report themselves to the Fish police at the event? Were there any styrofoam pillars or a corregated platform?

  8. Tucson Vice says

    Was it weird seeing gays and minorities welcomed into a political event?

    Did you have to go to church and repent afterward?

  9. Tucson V:

    I recognized you on film!

    The barroom scene of “StarWars”!

  10. Tucson Vice says

    You’ve seen to much…

  11. ‘Twas enough!

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