Feb 22 2012

The Conservative Alternative to President Obama

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The 2012 elections offer us the opportunity to reverse the radical Obama agenda, and to put our nation back on a course towards job creation, economic prosperity, and balanced budgets. And for the first time in many years, the State of Washington will have a vital role to play in the presidential selection process.

PROVEN LEADERSHIP – REAGAN CONSERVATIVE

I endorse Newt Gingrich for president, and will be caucusing for Newt on Saturday March 3 at the precinct caucuses. Newt Gingrich has a proven record of effective conservative leadership and accomplishment – exactly what our nation needs. We can’t allow the liberal media to decide our candidate; the stakes are too high. America can’t afford a second Obama term – we can’t have him making the Supreme Court nominations through January 2017. To increase the chances of winning against Obama, we must nominate a true Reagan conservative. Read more »

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Feb 22 2012

Newt:Leader for the 21st Century

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Newt Gingrich has spent his entire life making America a better place. No one is as qualified as he to steer our country through these uncertain times.

In 1981, Newt pushed for passage of the Kemp Roth tax reform bill that launched Reaganomics. Later, Newt set out to elect a Republican majority in congress. After a decade of consensus building, he wrote The Contract with America and asked candidates to sign. His Conservative Opportunity Society worked tirelessly to elect every candidate who signed the contract. In 1994 Republicans were swept into a majority in the House for the first time in 44 years. During his first 100 days as Speaker they accomplished something that has never been done before or since; they voted on all 10 planks of the contract. Working around the clock they passed a balanced budget amendment, strong crime prevention reforms, welfare reform, security reforms to prevent US troops from being required to serve under the UN command, tort reform, massive tax reform including indexing tax brackets for inflation, removing the marriage penalty and providing the first child tax credit. They proposed, but did not pass, term limits on members of congress. Read more »

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