Skip to comments.Jim Rubens Endorsed By Republican Liberty Caucus In New Hampshire Senate Race
Posted on 07/27/2014 5:33:17 AM PDT by cotton1706
Concord, NH- United States Senate candidate Jim Rubens, who is running in New Hampshire to win the seat held by Jeanne Shaheen, was officially endorsed today by both the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire and the Republican Liberty Caucus. The RLC and RLCNH are grassroots organizations focused on promoting individual liberty and small government in the Republican Party.
RLCNH Chairman Aaron Day said in the announcement:
Grounded in the principled belief in constitutionally limited government, Jim Rubens brings the intelligence and experience needed to reverse the damage inflicted by Obama and Shaheen. Jims 40-year track record creating jobs and wealth as an entrepreneur, empowering the citizens of New Hampshire as a legislator, and ability to solve complex problems while bringing people together is exactly what is needed in this time of great peril. The Republican Liberty Caucus is pleased to endorse Jim Rubens as the clear choice to replace Jeanne Shaheen in the United States Senate.
Rubens accepted the endorsement, saying, I am deeply honored to have the endorsement of the Republican Liberty Caucus. Together, RLC, grassroots Republicans and my campaign will win elections by showing how we will solve our nations most pressing challenges and improve peoples lives without retreating from core Republican values of personal liberty, a free economy, and constitutionally limited government.
At the press conference held by the RLCNH, Rubens spoke about major issues plaguing the country, and shamed Senator Shaheen and President Obama for their disregard for the Constitution. President Obama and Jeanne Shaheen are shredding our Constitution. They have allowed our government to spy on hundreds of millions of innocent American citizens. They have acted to compromise our Second Amendment protections, our ultimate defense against government tyranny, said Rubens.
We are looking for alternatives to Scott Brown or Bob Smith.
But because the GOPE RINO won the primary, the seat will remain in DemonRAT Shaheen’s hands.
The primary is in September.
Oh, that’s GOPE RINO CARPETBAGGER Scott Brown.
The Republican vote will be divided, at best, and many won’t even vote, given the choices.
I predict that Shaheen will take it. She’s not a lot different than the GOPE RINO CARPETBAGGER, anyway. She’s a DEMONRAT CARPETBAGGER.
> The primary is September
Then there’s still a chance to defeat the GOPE RINO CARPETBAGGER.
I think Shaheen will be reelected too, especially if Brown is the republican nominee. Worthless mushy loser. I hear him blather his “pragmatic” republicanism on the Howie Carr show at least once a week.
I have had two lengthy conversations with him recently, and he has convinced me to support him in the race, in spite of the long odds against him.
I urge my fellow New Hampshire FReepers to take a look at him, if you haven't already done so.
> I hear him blather his pragmatic republicanism on the
> Howie Carr show at least once a week.
Heh. Me too. :)
I can’t vote for the guy.
There’s an old proverb. He that straddles the fence gets a picket in the crotch.
I didn’t know anything about him till I heard him on Howie Carr the other day. I live in MA and can’t vote for him, but I can help to get his name known. Brown would be worthless and won’t win.
I heard the interview as well, on my way home. Howie pushed him pretty hard on his former support for a (modified) cap-and-trade plan, which he now regrets having proposed. In any event, he’d be a better choice than Scott Brown, who I believe would get shellacked by Jeanne Shaheen and her super-PAC money machine.
I live in NH and have been looki g at Smith and Rubens for a while now. I did like Smith’s support for our 2’nd Amendment but was stuned when he ran as an Independent in 2002 i believe.
I could go for Rubens but with the insane Same Day Voter registration in NH Stht-heen has the edge.
All the college kids from out of state vote as well as buss loads of peolle from out of state.
This is why NH went Dem in past few elections.