Skip to comments.This Candidate is running to increase liberty- not government Hear Adam Kwasman...
Posted on 04/08/2014 10:34:16 PM PDT by Syncro
Steve Daines (U.S. Senate)
Milton Wolf (U.S. Senate)
Rep. Justin Amash (MI-3)
Rep. Kerry Bentivolio (MI-11)
Rep. Thomas Massie (KY-4)
Alex Mooney (WV-2)
Chris McDaniel (U.S. Senate)
Amash isn’t a Conservative. He’s a weird little Paleo-Paulite who takes umbrage at jokes made against Iranian Dictator Ahminutjob.
Thank you for your input.
Who do you recommend?
I live in the 1st district, so thanks for posting this info.
You are welcome!
Uhhh, the first state picture is Mississippi, not Montana.
Someone goofed on the state you had the shape of Alabama, it you wrote Montana.
Edit: Mississippi I meant, not Alabama...didn’t have my coffee yet.. :-)
Thanks to you both.
When I first grabbed the html, c/p’ed it, the pics of the states didn’t show up.
Plus the one who did the html made it so complicated that when I finally got the state pics to show up it looks like I screwed up bad!
Oh well, should have just left the text...
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For which race ? Against Amash ? His opponent in the primary, Brian Ellis. Other than that, I agree with the bulk of your list of endorsements.
I have many other quibbles besides that piece of trash Amash. Tea party express is wrong much the time and always in the tank for Paulbots.
Kerry Bentivolio, like Amash, is a member of the Paul wing of the party. His presence in Congress is a fluke due to McCotter's abrupt departure leaving him the only Republican on the ballot. We're lucky he didn't lose the general election, he lost the simultaneous special election for the rest of the term which was conducted under the old lines and against a different, better, rat opponent than the one that ran for the full term. He's a poor fundraiser and ripe for defeat by a strong democrat challenger. I endorse his primary opponent Dave Trott, who has out raised him.
Conservative Senator Pat Roberts doesn't need to be replaced at all, let alone with a cypher from out of nowhere like Cousin Milt.
Massie doesn't appear to have a primary challenger so I don't know why he's been endorsed. He's another Paulbot, wish he did have a challenger.
In LA-6 it wouldn't surprise me if Paul Dietzel was a Paulbot but I'm by no means certain he is. The important thing there is stopping ultra-RINO State Senator Dan Claitor. Black conservative Trey Thomas is an interesting choice.
In FL-19, Palin's choice of Lizbeth Benacquisto seems right to me. Classon seems like one of those random guys who does nothing but shout how "tea party" he is and attack his opponents for the nerve of having a record in the state legislature. He also won the support of the seat's former occupant, Connie Mack the lesser. Boo.
The others I agree with, I think Alex Mooney is a very interesting choice for WV-2. He was a promising State Senator across the state line in Maryland until he lost in 2010 of all years (his district must have been souring or else his rat opponent the Mayor of Fredrick was too popular). He might be getting some flack for recently moving to WV.
What do you think of Chad Mathis?
Oops, I should’ve said I agree with “some” of the endorsements, not the bulk of them, as they clearly are Paulbots. I don’t agree with Wolf in KS or Mooney in WV (who blew a safe state Senate seat in MD, losing in 2010 (!) to an extreme left moonbat, and fared poorly as state party chairman before quickly pulling up stakes and carpetbagging over to the state).
“What do you think of Chad Mathis?”
Doctor (Orthopedic Surgeon) from Alabama 6. Volunteered for Ted Cruz in Texas.
Nice list of endorsements. Red state, I don’t trust Erick Erickson, the hell with him.
But Ken Blackwell supports him, Andy Harris, Freedom Works, Mike Lee, Senate Conservatives Fund (they do House too, I don’t agree with all their picks, like Milton Wolf but their support is a positive).
Looks good to me. People seem to be very high on him.
Being party chair in MD is kinda like being Captain of the Titanic, post-iceberg. Was his seat safe?
Mooney is getting all the endorsements, including from L. Ron. barf. But also good endorsements.
I don’t know much about the other candidates. Former U.S. International Trade Commissioner Charlotte Lane appears to be his strongest challenger. Several others, Steve Harrison former State Senator. Ken Reed, Ron Walters. I don’t know how the locals feel about the carpetbagger issue.
I forget to mention Kwansman, the guy this thread is about. He seems okay. I read he tried to get third parties kicked off the ballot, which is good, the Libertarian helped Kilpatrick to a 48% win. He was just elected to the State House in 2012, looking to move up fast. His foes are House Speaker Andy Tobin and Rancher Gary Kiehne.
Mooney was running for his 4th term. For him to lose as he did in the year that he did was really amazing (his was one of 4 seats that were lost in the State Senate by a handful of single digit %). It was bizarre that he was promoted to State Chairman immediately after he lost. I think he was just biding his time to succeed Roscoe Bartlett, but the 2012 redistricting put a halt to that. He soon left the job because he was considered ineffective.
Curiously, he didn’t move far away, just a half-hour drive from Frederick to the opposite side of the Potomac River (Falling Waters), so he’s also far more “Maryland-centered” in a district that stretches clear to Southern Ohio.
As for the other candidates, Lane is trending towards her late 60s and was claimed to be pro-abort and anti-2A. I don’t have a clear choice amongst those runnings. It may end up being Mooney, but I’m troubled by his withdrawal across the Potomac rather than standing up and fighting in Maryland.
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