NEEDED A CONSERVATIVE MEMBER OF CONGRESS FROM THE 21st DISTRICT
Our survival as a nation depends, in large part, who is elected President, Vice President and to Congress in November 2008.
The candidates for Congress in the 21st District fall far short of what we need. The eight, or so, Democrats are cut from the same liberal/progressive cloth. They present the partyline game plan that calls for bringing home the troops and focusing on the usual domestic issues like universal health care, gay marriage, etc. Race and gender take precedence in their campaigns.
Of all the hundreds of thousands of enrolled voters in the 21st CD, is there not one veteran, wounded warrior, widow or parent who will step forward as a candidate for Congress and address the realties of the what we must face?
That national security is the priority issue. If we are not safe, none of the domestic issues will matter.
That national security involves combatting terrorism abroad and at home, as well as securing our national borders and dealing aggressively with the presence of millions of potential undocumented (alien) hostiles and their native-born, anti-social, malcontent allies in our midst.
That America, and our way of life, is dependent on a continued flow of affordably priced oil.
That the long term U.S. military, air and naval presence, in the oil producing regions of the world is essential to ensuring that flow of oil. In short, the troops aren't coming home.
That drilling for oil, keeping the national petroleum reserve full, moving quickly to utilize our vast coal reserves, rebuilding our rail system and restoring our manufacturing base are all essential to our survival.
Petitioning to qualify for the ballot begins June 3. Petitions must be filed by July 10.
Will this conservative candidate please step forward and will voters resident in the 21st District, step forward to help that candidate gather the necessary number of valid, enrolled 21st CD resident voter signatures to qualify for the ballot?