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When the voting is done, what does the party stand for?

October 27, 2010
The Mining Journal

A Democrat politician's promise to represent the people means nothing if his party continues to go against the voice of the people. Talk is cheap! When the voting is done, what does the party stand for? I realize a politician may have a difference of opinion with their own party, especially with issues like abortion, etc. However, at the end of the day, is the legislation the party passes and promotes important to you?

The Democratic Party has always worked to promote unrestricted abortion. Also, they have said marriage is not just between a man and a woman; it is O.K. to have two moms or two dads? And they want to welcome openly gay persons into our military. Does this sound natural to you? Should what God says matter in these issues?

Did you want the new health care package? Does the idea of "share the wealth" sit well with you? Are you ready for another stimulus package? Would you want your son/daughter, serving in the military, living with gays/lesbians and open homosexuality?

You must vote your own heart. Do your homework and vote accordingly.

Tom Casperson (and his Republican Party) stands for what is right, and represents what I believe is best for not only myself, but also for our country.

Phil Storm




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