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Friday, March 9, 2012

Bob Marshall vs. Tim Kaine: A Statesman vs. an Obama Clone

An Obama clone for senator, right? Not if I can help it. We have a great Republican alternative in Bob Marshall, a strong pro-life state delegate who has worked tirelessly for Virginia. He is a fiscal conservative who fought Kaine's unconstitutional 2007 law allowing local unelected bodies to impose new taxes on home sales, car sales and repairs, vehicle registrations, hotel and car rentals. 

One of the most important issues Bob would address is the activist courts' legislating by judicial fiat. That's how we got abortion-on-demand and it is apparent "gay marriage" will be imposed the same way. And yet, under the system of checks and balances established by the founders, Congress has the power to limit the out-of-control judiciary which has consistently thwarted the will of the people in favor of a liberal elite. And, in fact, four of the first Chief Justices of the Supreme Court recognized the power of Congress to remove classes of cases from the federal courts. When you consider the recent decision of the 9th Circuit Court to overthrow the will of the people in California over the bogus "right" of homosexuals to marry, this is a timely issue that needs a powerful voice in Congress.

Virginia is the birthplace of our nation. Eight presidents were born here including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe. Our flag show a roman champion with his foot on the neck of a defeated tyrant and bears the message Sic Semper Tyrannus, "Thus always to tyrants." Bob Marshall is a statesman in the model of our founders. We need him on Capitol Hill. Please support him even if you live outside Virginia. He will work for all godly people of good will who hate seeing our country destroyed by fiscal irresponsibility and moral depravity. Visit Bob's website.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the information, Mary Ann. It is good to know about politicians in other states in whom many of us can trust, so we can either give to their campaign funds or tell others they might like to vote for them.