Skip to comments.Libertarians for Mike Pence!
Posted on 01/22/2011 8:48:59 PM PST by pissant
Did you hear that Mike Pence is deciding whether to run for President? I urge everyone to come to www.TheConservativeChampion.org to find out more and sign our declaration cheering him on to get into the Most Important Presidential elections of our Lifetimes against Pres. Obama!
Pence is the MAN who was the first -- and one of the few -- Congressman to stand up to Karl Rove's big government plans and ardently oppose the 2008 Wall Street bailout, back when it was the unpopular thing-to-do and you got attacked by the New York Times. Pence stood up against Rove's big government No Child Left Behind bill and was again one of the FEW and BRAVE to take The Heat and fight tremendously against the $1 trillion Medicare government expansion in 2003.
He has a principled legislative track-record that should make us, Libertarians proud. We need to make sure he gets in this very crucial race, at least!
Time is short because he said he would decide whether to get in the race by the end of January. NOW is the time to stand up, Libertarians.
America is in a serious crisis and we need a serious President who is smart, insightful, and a *true* Constitutionalist.
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Rather, it lends the appearance that you just don't like Palin for some reason and are casting about for any old way to rationalize it, and are also touting potential candidates for 2012 who have the very same issue, but more concretely than Palin.
It's nonsensical, almost as nonsensical as your pimping "The Falcon Party." What's up with that? Who's ever heard of them, what do they espouse? Who was their 2008 Presidential nominee? Do they even have a nomination process or do they cast lots at a Holiday Inn Express?
There are many reasons I don’t consider Palin a good choice. Amnesty is one very big one. Pence has already explained why he changed his position to that of enforcement only.
If you like politicians that not only support amnesty, but also LOST, TItle IX, TARP, carbon caps, windfall profit taxes on oil companies, DADT’s repeal, and mortgage bailouts, that’s your problem.
Her comments in July of 2010 pimping amnesty are more of a concern than her parroting McQueeg during the campaign.
Good team. I do know thw RINO establishment would much prefer Daniels.
Pence is not aligned with Daniels other than being in the same party. The establishment loves Daniels.