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Proclaiming Liberty in Central Pennsylvania

Keihn Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 4:21 PM
As a resident of Cambria County, I know you speak the truth. Even the Murtha clone Critz got his lunch handed to him. You know it's been said there are three parts to PA: Bucks Co. in the east, Pittsburgh in the west and Alabama in the middle. I believe that. Even Cambria county went conservative this time (I personally was watching the eastern sky to make sure it didn't open up and God step down). There is SO much government teat sucking in east and west that they will never change their politics, UNLESS, somehow the vote is taken away from folks on the government dole. Not unemployed, just getting a government check for doing nothing. Get off the dole, get you vote back. I'm an old man, a veteran from a veteran family dating to
Keihn Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 4:29 PM
WWI, WWII, Korea and Vietnam. Since the draft has been gone, it takes a very special person to perform this duty but they DO understand what it means to be an American and what it takes to keep it free. Unfortuneately, our young ones(in my family) don't or wont participate. There are no gray areas: we're either free or we're not. I wont see it, not sure if my son will, but my granddaughter will see blood flow in our streets and sadly will know nothing else. I wonder which side the military will support? I thank God every day for the 70+ years he's given me in this great nation and only wish it would last forever.

Supporters of limited government have little to cheer about today (and Romney winning wouldn’t have changed that in my opinion), so I’m going to point out a small glimmer of hope. In Pennsylvania’s 79th district, voters elected a local finance professor and radio host named John McGinnis to the state House of Representatives. A lot of Republicans talk a good game about liberty and smaller government – “Dr. John” eats it for breakfast.

Now I’m fully aware that unconventional candidates for public office generally have their best chance for success in lower profile races. The 79th district is also solidly Republican and so...

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