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Author:  justgrace [ Sun Oct 26, 2014 6:13 am ]
Post subject:  Iowa and Kansas races targeted

The Democrats know that their Senate majority is being threatened this election, and they are pouring in money to those states they think are vulnerable.

Iowa and Kansas are two of the states targeted by wealthy liberal PACs and Democrat organizations in a disinformation campaign against conservatives. In Iowa, Joni Ernst is facing the attacks, and in Kansas, Senator Pat Roberts is in the fight of his life against Democrat-turned-Independent Greg Orman, a multimillionaire with shady business connections and loads of money from Soros and big labor. Roberts and Ernst have been endorsed by Huckabee and HuckPAC. Governor Huckabee just returned from a day of campaigning for Ernst n Iowa and he has her on the Huckabee Show this weekend.

In our Kansas Governor's race another sleazy man, Paul Davis, once lawyer for a meth-selling strip-joint owner, who was arrested several years ago in a back room with one of those strippers is being supported by Democrats. He is the recipient of the same money sources that got Katheen Sibelius for governor. In contrast, incumbent Gov. Sam Brownback is a godly, principled man who has devoted one of his state office rooms for a prayer room he hopes to make a permanent fixture in the capitol. He has led our state in adopting a flatter, smaller tax. Like Governor Huckabee did in Arkansas, Brownback in Kansas has led the state out of a $500 million deficit to a $435 million surplus.

A little over a week from now, we will know. Now is the time to give and work for our candidates and get every conservative voter out to vote!

Author:  justgrace [ Sun Oct 26, 2014 6:24 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Iowa and Kansas races targeted

It is urgent that we get behind our conservative candidates and turn this nation back from the brink of tyranny the left would impose--actually IS imposing! :(

If we value our freedom and if we value America, each of needs to make at least some effort to keep freedom. We cannot afford to sit this one out; we may not have another chance. First, is to be registered to vote, then is being informed, helping our candidates, and donating to their campaigns. One of the most vital things--which Democrats do in spades--is to get out the vote. We can do that by calling a friend or two and taking them along to the polls.

Here is my letter-to-the-editor for our local paper:

People criticizing the economy of Kansas need to compare it with Illinois, where high taxes on everything are driving business from that state! In his campaign for governor, Paul Davis repeatedly states that “Brownback’s real, live experiment has failed.”

However, as people are taking a closer look at the facts, they are actually finding a success story. In late 2012, Kansas had the second-highest tax burden in the region. The reserve fund was depleted, a $500 million deficit projected. With Brownback’s flatter, simpler tax, we saw state taxes reduced from 6.45% to 4.9% and small businesses finding relief with elimination of income tax.

Wealth of States co-author Stephen Moore has examined Brownback’s plan to stimulate growth and create jobs and compared it with Illinois, which enacted their largest ever tax increase in 2011. Kansas this past fiscal year experienced a 1.13 percent increase in private sector employment, growing 0.78%--72% higher than Illinois’ 0.46%. Our real gross domestic product increased 1.9 percent--the national average being 1.8% and Illinois less than 1%.

Paul Davis and others arguing for big government fail to point out that the Illinois credit rating has been downgraded nine times, not once. They end this year with a $4 billion debt, while Kansas ends with a $435 million cash balance. Brownback’s budget director Shawn Sullivan states, “There are a lot of prognostications that the sky is falling with the Kansas budget, and I am here to say that, that is not correct. The economy will grow.”

Author:  justgrace [ Mon Oct 27, 2014 8:12 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Iowa and Kansas races targeted

The Kansas races are so close and so crucial that Emily's List (a pro-choice organization) is hiring people to help campaign and pass out literature drops, door to door for Paul Davis, running against Governor Brownback for governor and Greg Orman to unseat Sen. Roberts. One needs to work a minimum of 20 hours, up to a maximum of 40 hours, to be paid. Had never heard of that before!

A friend and I fell far short of that the other day, with just about two hours for Roberts. Today, I tried to see how far sending a letter to four newspapers for publication might go. The liberal Wichita Eagle has never accepted one of my letters to print yet.


Author:  justgrace [ Sat Nov 01, 2014 12:57 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Iowa and Kansas races targeted

I encourage you to write as many letters to the editor as possible. Some papers publish quite a few; some hardly any. Just try. I will still try to get this out in four papers today.

On October 15, 2014, in a televised debate between Sen. Pat Roberts and Greg Orman, the definition of Orman, the man, was made public in his own words. When asked by reporters to clarify his stance, he stated, “I am pro-abortion.” It was a rather shocking admission; most politicians want to step away from that term and take the gentler approach that they are for “a woman’s right to choose.” Being pro-abortion carries a heavier weight of support for an industry whose dark side is increasingly being made public.

In 2011, the city of West Philadelphia was shocked to learn of unspeakable horrors in the clinic of abortionist Kermit Gosnell. He is now serving a prison sentence for three counts of first degree murder, infanticide, and hundreds more violations. Former Gov. Kathleen Sibelius supported the industry in Kansas, including Tiller’s late-term abortions. When Central Women’s Services—a run-down, filthy abortion clinic near Wesley hospital—was purchased in 2006, new owners spent a year clearing blood-spattered, reeking contents, and sandblasting it before rebuilding.

Before voting to put someone new in Washington consider this: When Orman says he’s the “Independent voice,” he is misleading us. He ran against Roberts in 2008 as a Democrat; he’s given heavily to President Obama and obstructionist Sen. Harry Reid. He approves of everything abortion—allowing late term abortions, denying restrictions based on proven fetal pain, denying parental consent for minors, and not requiring clinics to be inspected: Things 70 percent of Americans detest about abortion!

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