Skip to comments.Voter Recommendations for All of Texas
Posted on 05/16/2012 1:52:52 PM PDT by hocndoc
Texas Alliance for Life has its Pro-life Voter Guide up and running. Enter your address program will produce a printable list of State and Federal Candidates that you can print and take with you to the polls or email to your friends. The site doesn't capture your name or other identifying information, so you won't end up on some list, somewhere. No annoying phone calls, etc.
(Yes, I'm a Board member of TAL. And yes, the organization is pro-life and pro-family. But have you noticed that the most fiscally and Constitutional Conservative politicians are also pro-life and pro-family?)
Here's what happens when I put in my address:
The following pro-life candidates will appear on your 2012 Primary Election ballot and are endorsed by Texas Alliance for Life.* (Click on the candidates' names below for more information at their campaign websites.)
It is your legal right to print and take this page into the booth when you vote.
United States Senator -- David Dewhurst (R)
United States Representative, District 21 -- Lamar Smith (R)
Railroad Commissioner -- Warren Chisum (R)
Railroad Commissioner, Unexpired Term -- Barry Smitherman (R)
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2 -- Don Willett (R)
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4 -- David Medina (R)
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 -- Nathan Hecht (R)
Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals -- Sharon Keller (R)
Member, State Board of Education, District 5 -- Ken Mercer (R)
State Senator, District 25 -- Donna Campbell (R) State Representative, District 73 -- Doug Miller (R)
Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals, Place 2 -- Jeff Rose (R)
Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals, Place 3 -- Scott Field (R)
Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals, Place 5 -- David Puryear (R)
Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals, Place 6 -- Bob Pemberton (R)
County Republican Chairman -- Larry Nuckols (R) For your reference, here is your county and district information: County: Comal U.S. Representative District: 21 State Senate District: 25 State Representative District: 73 State Board of Education District: 5
Doo Hurst lies about Cruz in that Chinese tire manufacturing campaign ad.
Truth: This lawsuit has not impacted even a single American manufacturing job. In the 1990s, long before Mr. Fishman filed the lawsuit that David Dewhurst is trying to use to to smear Ted Cruz, Fishman moved his entire mining tire manufacturing to China. Fishman decided two decades ago to use Chinese labor, not American labor, to manufacture tires.
The following have endorsed Ted Cruz in this race.:
Senator Jim DeMint; Dr. James Dobson; Family Research Council Action PAC; Cathie Adams, and Eagle Forum PAC; Kelly Shackelford; Tea Party Express ; Ernie Angelo (Former RNC Committeeman); David Barton (Founder and President of WallBuilders); Tina Benkiser (Former Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas);George P. Bush; Citizens United Political Victory Fund; Club for Growth PAC; Concerned Women PAC; Erick Erickson, RedState.com;;Texas Conservative Digest (2012);Dr. James Dobson; Tim Lambert, former RNC Committeeman; Michael Farris, Chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association; FreedomWorks PAC; Senator Mike Lee, Constitutional Conservatives Fund Chairman; Mark Levin, Nationally Syndicated Radio Host; Madison Project; Former U.S. Attorney General Ed Meese;;Senator Rand Paul; Senator Pat Toomey; Judge Paul Pressler III; Kelly Shackelford, President of Liberty Institute; George Strake, Former Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas; Peggy Venable, Taxpayer Advocate;Senate Conservatives Fund - http://senateconservatives.com/;Family Research Council;Robert P. George, Conservative Leader and Princeton Professor;Raymond J. LaJeunesse, Jr. Vice President & Legal Director, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation;Young Conservatives of Texas;Raymond J. LaJeunesse, Jr. — Vice President and Legal Director, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation;Eagle Forum PAC; Anne Newman (Director, Policy and Communications, Trinity Legal Center);Kaufman Co TEA Party; Texas Conservative Digest; Texas Homeschool Coalition;TEA Party Express;FreedomWorks for America; Independent Conservative Voters of Texas,;Gov. Sarah Palin
Cruz is pro-life and gave exactly the same response to the abortion question as did Dewhurst.
Dewhurst has run slimy, false ads against Cruz, placing his desperate desire for office above any sense of personal integrity. Hence, he is basically a dirtbag.
Regardless of questionnaires, Cruz won’t answer my questions when I put them to him in person.
I questioned my friends about their endorsement for Dewhurst last November, when I was still endorsing Cruz.
We were all at the convention of the Texas Federation of Republican Women in Fort Worth. Almost immediately, I ran into Mr. Cruz’ staff. A little later that day, I talked to Cruz himself. All were hostile to my wishes that they would not engage in the negative ad campaign they were already running on the Internet. Dewhurst hadn’t put out any negative ads, yet — but the ones Cruz was using were half truths and innuendos.
In addition, Cruz won’t explain the course he sees for the Nation after Roe is overturned - but I can’t tell whether it’s because he doesn’t believe it will be overturned or because he doesn’t believe I’ll like his plan. He changes the subject.
Nevertheless, in both conversations, Cruz and staff became hostile toward me for asking them not to tear down a good Conservative man.
After this scenario - face to face attempts at conversation and persuasion — was repeated in February at the Comal County Republican Forum, I changed my endorsement and sent a donation to Dewhurst.
Well, I guess we’ll just have to agree that you disagree with me—and DeMint, Palin, Dobson, Levin, Shakleford, Tea Party Express, etc. etc. etc
Jargon, not judgement.
The ad - which only came out last month — tells the story of a company owned by an American, Jordan Fishman. You can hear Mr. Fishman’s story in an interview with Matt Patrick, here, https://www.youtube.com/v/6FMmEdLNDm0?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0
Mr. Fishman manufactures tires in China, but his distribution and sales are/were in the US. The parent company had employees paying taxes in the US. http://wp.me/p1FiCk-CA
The jury found the Dubai and Chinese companies “liable” for theft. Again, the Sarasota newspaper covered the results of the trial, and the judge’s affirmation of the jury’s verdict, in 2010. http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20100728/ARTICLE/7281018?p=1&tc=pg
Did you read the Doo hurst lies on the link I posted? #7 & 9 are a real problem for doo doo. There is no way he is getting a vote from this household.
More jargon, not judgement.
Jargon: R(afael) Ted Cruz is the “Counsel of Record,” signed papers as such. http://newsandinsight.thomsonreuters.com/uploadedFiles/Reuters_Content/2011/10_-_October/morrison—lanhamact.pdf
Jargon: The jury found the company “liable,” not “guilty.”
The largest 15 counties have had 41,045 in person voters and 31,026 votes by mail thru Tuesday May 15th.
Thanks for the update, deport!
Paid for by the David doo hurst campaign.
It never made it past my recycle bin. Tell a lie often enough and people believe it as truth.
That question is probably worthy of a laugh, given the current court.
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