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     Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist: Rubio is “the most pro-taxpayer legislative leader in the country.”

    Former House Majority Leader Dick Armey: “Marco Rubio is a champion of freedom and an inspiring leader for the next generation of the conservative movement. His track record and conservative convictions are a breath of fresh air in a party looking for new leaders to advance the principles of limited government, lower taxes and economic liberty.”

    “Marco Rubio is the real deal, one of the brightest young stars in American politics today, and a proven champion of economic liberty,” said Club For Growth President Chris Chocola.”He is a dynamic spokesman for the principles of limited government and economic freedom.”

    ACU/CPAC 2010 Chairman David A. Keene: “Marco Rubio is making a name for himself the old-fashioned ways by standing up for our shared conservative principles, and recognizing that those common values can serve as the oxygen that feeds a grassroots on fire.”

    During the two years prior to assuming the Florida House speakership, Rubio traveled around the state hosting “Idearaisers” to solicit Floridians’ input on ways to strengthen Florida. He compiled and crafted the 100 best ideas   into a book entitled “100 Innovative Ideas for Florida’s Future” which served as the basis for his term. All 100 ideas were passed by the Florida House. Fifty-seven of these ideas ultimately became law, including measures to crack down on gangs and sexual predators, promote energy efficient buildings, appliances and vehicles, and help small
    businesses obtain affordable health coverage. His effort has been hailed as “a work of genius.”


    SPENDING: “I am gravely concerned by a federal government that continues spending money it doesn’t have. In early 2009, I joined Florida’s entire Republican congressional delegation in opposing the $787 billion stimulus bill. In the U.S. Senate, I will support measures like a balanced budget amendment and the line-item veto that will help control the excessive and wasteful spending in Washington that threatens to leave future generations with crushing debt and a country worse off than that of their parents and grandparents.”

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    at Gov. Charlie Crist

    TAXES: “I have never voted for a tax increase. While I generally support tax cuts, I believe meaningful tax reform that simplifies our tax code, makes it easier to understand and is more fair to the taxpayer should be our ultimate goal. In the mean time, I will support efforts to reduce the tax burden on American workers, entrepreneurs and businesses. This includes: eliminating the Death Tax; eliminating taxes on capital gains, dividends and interest, thereby encouraging greater savings and investment; and making America the most attractive place to do business by lowering corporate tax rates.”

    JUDICIAL NOMINATIONS: “I support judges who will respect the rule of law, strictly interpret our Constitution and not legislate from the bench. I opposed Judge Sonia Sotomayor’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court. As a whole, Judge Sotomayor’s record reflects a view that judges can and should inject personal experiences and biases into what should be the objective interpretation and application of the law. While her comments about the “better conclusions” a “wise Latina woman” would bring to the bench are universally known, I have more specific concerns about her case history and testimony regarding the Second Amendment at the state level, eminent domain takings and the so-called constitutional right to privacy that resulted in the Roe v. Wade decision. Together, these and other cases point to a nominee who would bring an activist approach to the highest court in the land.”

    SECOND AMENDMENT: “Like the rest of our Constitution, I believe the 2nd Amendment is a cornerstone of our democracy. I believe the right to bear arms is a constitutionally protected right. The right of citizens to defend themselves by bearing arms is a fundamental human right that should be protected.”

    IMMIGRATION: “Legal immigration has been a great source of strength and prosperity for America, but I believe illegal immigration threatens the foundation of this system. If I had been in the Senate at the time, I would have opposed the McCain-Kennedy bill. I believe we must fix our immigration system by first securing the border, fixing the visa and entry process and opposing amnesty in any reform.”

    ENVIRONMENT: “As a U.S. senator, I would oppose a national energy tax on American consumers, farmers and business owners. At a time when our economy is struggling, a cap-and-trade scheme would further strain family budgets and destroy jobs. Creating jobs in the energy sectors and becoming more energy efficient requires entrepreneurial innovation, not big government mandates. Instead of higher energy bills and job losses, the American people deserve a comprehensive, job-creating energy policy that promotes energy efficiency, alternative energy production and the development of our own natural resources.”

    ENERGY: “I support a comprehensive energy plan that encourages nuclear energy, exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and environmentally safe leasing of oil and natural gas fields in the outer continental shelf and on federally owned lands with oil shale in the West. As senator, I will stand for policies that make us more energy efficient, less reliant on foreign sources of oil, create jobs and ease the burden on family budgets.”

    SANCTITY OF LIFE: “I am pro-life. As a state legislator, I supported various pieces of pro-life legislation that, among other things, would require doctors to perform ultrasounds before performing abortions and another bill that would ban the use of taxpayer dollars to fund stem cell research.”

    CARD CHECK: “I oppose card check and any efforts like the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) to tip labor law in favor of unions through binding federal arbitration. I am concerned by labor unions’ unrelenting campaign for card check, which would eliminate workers’ right to a secret ballot in unionization elections. I believe workers’ rights should be protected and that a card check system would open the door to pressure and intimidation that would disrupt the workplace and threaten businesses’ livelihoods. I also oppose EFCA’s arbitration provision, which would give labor and management just months to reach a labor agreement before a contract is imposed by a federal arbitrator.”

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    For Immediate Release 

    Thursday, March 11, 2010

    Governor Sarah Palin to Host Fundraiser for Michele Bachmann in Minnesota

    U.S. Representative Michele Bachmann (MN-06) announced today that former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will host a fundraiser for Bachmann’s re-election campaign on April 7, 2010.

    To support Michelle and for further details about the event, please visit to learn more.

    LTC Allen West
    Florida – District 22

    Thursday, February 25, 2010

    Tax Day Tea Party Endorses JD Hayworth

    Fellow Patriots,
    Last week we posted a poll for our readers that asked a simple question.
    Would you support J.D. Hayworth in his run against John McCain in 2010?
    The results? Out of about 3,500 votes, 79% of you said you would indeed support Hayworth in his challenge to John McCain for the Arizona Senate Seat.
    Why settle for a Senator who votes Republican 81% of the time
    Why settle for a Senator who votes Republican 81% of the time 
    when you can have one whose record is 97%?

    Other Candidates supported by TaxDayTeaParty.

    Adam Kinzinger

    Rick Barber

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    Marine Cpl David W. Hedrick
    Washington State – 3rd Congressional District

    Nick Popaditch – USMC Veteran
    California’s 51st District

    Lt. Colonel Bill Russell (USAR ret.)
    Pennsylvania’s 12th District

    Les Phillip

    Donald Strong. Fighting for Tennessee 4th District

    Daniel Avery Bacon – New Hampshire District #1

    Mike Hill – Florida District 2
    District 2, Florida Panhandle


    New Hampshire
    Bob Giuda US Congress Candidate

    Kristi Risk – Indiana – Congress

    America’s Candidates – The AIP ‘Reagan List’
       AIP National Projects (citizen-led by volunteers!) -> America’s Candidates – The AIP ‘Reagan List’  
    Watch this space for continuous updates!
    Affiliation with America’s Independent Party is made according to proven adherence to America’s Principles , without regard to existing party registration.AIP candidates are chosen on the same principled basis. Each and every one of our endorsed candidates, at every level, is a Personhood Pro-Life, Peace Through Strength, Reagan Moral Conservative. They have ALL made a firm commitment to the fulfillment of their sworn oath to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States, including the defense of innocent human life from biological inception to natural death.Illinois

    Rosanna Pulido, US House of Representatives, District 5  (Republican )  

    Randy Stufflebeam, Governor  (Constitution Party ) 


    Christopher Reed, US House of Representatives, District 2  (Republican )

    Tom Shaw, Iowa House of Representatives, District 8  (Republican )


    David Powell, Kansas Insurance Commissioner,  (Republican )

    Dan Gilyeat, US House of Representives, District 3  (Republican )

    Jim Anderson, US House of Representives, District 4  (Republican )


    Bill Johnson, US Senate  (Republican )


    Jim Rutledge, US Senate  (Republican )

    Chris Lewis, US House of Representatives, District 1  (Independent )

    Steve Schulin, US House of Representatives, District 4  (Maryland Independent Party )

    Scott Guenthner, Maryland House of Delegates, District 4A  (Unaffiliated )

    Don Dwyer, Maryland House of Delegates, District 31  (Republican incumbent )

    New Jersey

    Jim Poesl, State Assembly, District 19 [America’s Independent Party )

    New York

    Doug Hoffman, US House of Representatives, District 23  (Conservative Party of NY )

    North Carolina

    Bill Randall, US House of Representatives, District 13  (Republican )


    Peg Luksik, US Senate  (Republican ) 

    South Carolina

    Christina Jeffrey, US House of Representatives, District 4  (Republican )


     Melissa Pehle-Hill, Texas House of Representatives, District 4  (Independent )


    Ken Cuccinelli, Attorney General  (Republican )


    2010 Grassfire Candidates Corner

    Debra Caso

    Eric Forcade for US Congress District 10, Florida

    Started by Debra Caso 6 hours ago.

    John Annarumma

    U.S. House of Representatives District 6 Florida

    Started by John Annarumma 8 hours ago.

    Charles Black for Congress AZ-2

    Charles Black for U.S. House of Representatives Arizona District 2

    Started by Charles Black for Congress AZ-2 20 hours ago.

    Cynthia Daugherty
    Ernest Huber for Congress (WA-8)

    Economic Solutions 2 Replies

    Started by Ernest Huber for Congress (WA-8). Last reply by Ernest Huber for Congress (WA-8) Feb 12.

    Glen Bradley

    Tea Party Constitutionalist for NC State House 2 Replies

    Started by Glen Bradley. Last reply by Jim Randleman Feb 12.

    Michael Frisbee (GAPatriot65)

    Congressional Candidate Frisbee (GA13CD) Announces Radical Change In Campaign 1 Reply

    Started by Michael Frisbee (GAPatriot65). Last reply by Michael Frisbee (GAPatriot65) Feb 12.

    Russ Braden for U.S. Senate (MD)

    Russ Braden for U.S. Senate (Md) 2010 8 Replies

    Started by Russ Braden for U.S. Senate (MD). Last reply by Russ Braden for U.S. Senate (MD) Feb 10.

    Dan Arnett

    Dan Arnett in Oklahoma’s Second Congressional District 1 Reply

    Started by Dan Arnett. Last reply by Margie Feb 10.

    Russ Braden for U.S. Senate (MD)

    Russ Braden for U.S. Senate (Md.): Liberty Tree March

    Started by Russ Braden for U.S. Senate (MD) Feb 9.

    Jim Deakin for US Senate AZ

    Jim Deakin for US Senate – ARIZONA 15 Replies

    Started by Jim Deakin for US Senate AZ. Last reply by Margie Feb 8.

    Jim Randleman

    James Taylor for Congress NC 8th Dostrict 1 Reply

    Started by Jim Randleman. Last reply by Margie Feb 5.

    Steven Mobley

    Michigan State House 62nd District 5 Replies

    Started by Steven Mobley. Last reply by Margie Feb 5.

    Cynthia Daugherty

    United they did not stand, divided they did fall. 3 Replies

    Started by Cynthia Daugherty. Last reply by Steve Neuenschwander Feb 4.

    Doug Marks

    14th Congressional District of Illinois 1 Reply

    Started by Doug Marks. Last reply by Margie Feb 4.


    Who is really in the lead for US Senate race in WA? You decide. 1 Reply

    Started by IndyforJobs. Last reply by Margie Feb 3.

    Cynthia Daugherty

    Patricia Lightner’s, “It’s Time to Fight” 4 Replies

    Started by Cynthia Daugherty. Last reply by Cynthia Daugherty Feb 3.

    Al Kiser, District Coordinator

    Resist Net Member Steve Fisher Running for Congress in PA-3 1 Reply

    Started by Al Kiser, District Coordinator. Last reply by William S. Shuster Feb 3.

    Charles Black for Congress AZ-2 Comment by Charles Black for Congress AZ-2 20 hours ago
    My name is Charles Black and I am running against the incumbent Trent Franks (R) for U.S. House of Representatives Arizona District 2.

    Please show your support by visiting my site at

    Your support is greatly needed to unseat our failed government system we currently have in place.

    2010 Take Congress Back, Vote for Charles Black

    Lower Taxes | More Freedom | Less Government

    Janet Contreras Comment by Janet Contreras 1 day ago
    Hello, all! I am running against Ed Pastor (D) for congressional district 4 seat in Arizona. Please view my website at and feel free to contact me with any follow up questions you may have.

    We are currently looking for walking volunteers to place doorhangers and talk to people in the district about my campaign. Please sign up by contact through the website if you are interested.

    Let’s “Flip This House” in 2010. The incumbents must go!

    Delia Comment by Delia on February 12, 2010 at 11:41am
    We need to organize to help candidates by states so we can find info on who and how to help and get real people elected! I a running in Oregon, so all those fro Oregon please contact me!
    Michael Frisbee (GAPatriot65) Comment by Michael Frisbee (GAPatriot65) on February 12, 2010 at 2:28am
    Major changes to my Campaign Direction – Radical Strategy

    Kristi Risk Comment by Kristi Risk on February 12, 2010 at 2:12am
    Very Nice. Thank-you for the input.
    Anthony Comment by Anthony on February 12, 2010 at 12:54am
    I’d be happy to. It’s pretty simple. It’s an online promotion for the Liberty Candidates for the most part. Facebook and other websites that Liberty Candidates promote on encourage people to donate to us on this day. Their are many of us on the list with some luck all of us will benefit. Some candidates are having local fundraiser events. Here in NY we have 4 Liberty Candidates.
    Our event is at Happauge Diner here on Long Island on rt 347.
    I would suggest you look on the list and reach our to Liberty Candidates near you and put together an in person meet and greet.
    Plus promote online like this 🙂
    Support Anthony Tolda, together we will Ignite Our Rights!
    Anthony Comment by Anthony on February 11, 2010 at 11:52pm
    Congrats Kristi!
    I am also a Liberty Candidate!
    There is a Money Bomb for the Liberty
    Candidates on 2-17
    My slogan is “Ignite Our Rights”
    Good Luck!
    Kristi Risk Comment by Kristi Risk on February 11, 2010 at 11:45pm
    Very pleased to have just received the Liberty Candidates 2010 endorsement. “Grassroots, baby”! That’s my new slogan saying that the disconnected elitist of DC have no idea who they are tampering with because We The People (the grassroots people), are going to reclaim the parties and the nation. Watch out DC, we’re bring back the Constitution. Please check it out and encourage any candidates you know to get involved. Thanks
    Join me on facebook:
    Mike M, IL State 17th Director Comment by Mike M, IL State 17th Director on February 9, 2010 at 5:16pm
    Check out Bobby Schilling, candidate for Congress in the Illinois 17th District:

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