Since dillydillyfauquier decided to regurgitate what he posted at The Bull Elephant I guess I’ll regurgitate my response to that post.
Do tell dillydillyfauquier, and what other "boards" am I on? Oh, that's right- none! If you refer to the Fauquier Cornerstone Committee, I've been nothing but up front about who I am and what I expect out of my local Republican committee. And your obvious lack of understanding about what Fauquier Cornerstone Committee is (and more importantly, isn’t) speaks volumes. Starting with using my real name when I correspond in public, I've been nothing but transparent when it comes to my participation in any political activity. That's much more than I can say about some.
Please enlighten the readership about the rules that I have "flonted" (I think you mean "flaunted") and in what other positions. Last time I checked, the current leadership of the FCRC has been found to be in the wrong each time they've been called out for their "flaunting" (really abuse) of their own by-laws and the RPV State Party Plan. After all, I wasn't elected to the FCRC in the last election and though I requested to be allowed to join to fill a vacancy, I was not allowed to do so.
As far as Greg Schumacher (you could at least show the readership of FauquierNow the respect of getting the spelling of his name correct) being a "front person" and violating campaign rules, let me take those in order.
Greg is definitely his own man with his own mind and is no one's "front person." He's honorable to a fault and while not perfect, he continues to exhibit a sincere desire to try and help heal the very deep divisions that have developed over the last few years within the FCRC.
As for your second allegation, I'd be curious to see what regulation or law you are using as a reference for your allegation that he is violating "campaign rules by using pictures of him in uniform" or where it is "against the law." Joint Ethics Regulations (JER) para. 2-304 does not specifically address the use of photos, but states: "Use of Military Title by Retirees or Reserves. Retired military members and members of Reserve Components, not on active duty, may use military titles in connection with commercial enterprises, provided they clearly indicate their retired or inactive Reserve status. However, any use of military titles is prohibited if it in any way casts discredit on DoD or gives the appearance of sponsorship, sanction, endorsement, or approval by DoD." So, unless you've missed where he prominently displays that he is retired (which he has) or you believe that running for Chairman of the FCRC casts discredit upon the DoD (subject to opinion), I think you might want to revisit your source.
Being desirous for the membership of the FCRC to actually exercise their rights as committee members doesn't make me a "brown shirt" (you just couldn't help yourself with the Nazi reference could you) and the last thing I or any of Greg's supporters want as the Chairman of the FCRC is to replace one tyrant with another.
Contrary to your opinion, there is a distinct choice in this election. More of the same old same old OR a choice for "Unity, Common Purpose, & Transparency” (http://greg4chair.com