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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Rand Paul wins Primary in Kentucky

I've always liked Kentucky.
They have blue grass, The Derby, my next favorite College, GO WILDCATS, great whiskey and some of the nicest people you could ever hope to meet.
My father in law hailed from Louisville and a kinder, smarter man would be hard to find anywhere.
Tonight I could not be more proud of Kentuckians if I had been born and raised there myself.
They've shown me another reason to like the great state, and that is the fact they voted for Rand Paul for Senate over the establishment pick. Tonight is one of the few times in my life that I've been excited over an election.
I was excited going into the primaries when Rand's father was running for President in 2008, I was excited when Reagan won way back when, but since then I've been pretty much waiting for the shoe to fall (the collapse of our great Republic).
The Tea Party movement has been a God send in many ways and I am so gratified that the good people of Kentucky saw that they should use this movement to their advantage and reject any establishment picks.
I think they understand that until we stop electing the Rino's and Dino's we will never again be the free Republic our founders established us to be.
I pray the Tea Party in Kentucky will keep the momentum going through November and Rand Paul lands in DC as their newest State Senator.
I may have to make a trip to Kentucky after the wedding to congratulate Rand and offer more than just a few pennies for the upcoming election.
One can only hope Clint Moser would put such a whipping on Richard Shelby on June 1.
That would mean the good people of Alabama are paying as much attention and motivating others to the ballot box as those in Kentucky.
Well done Kentucky, well done.

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We render unto Caesar, but we write Caesar's laws.
We should write and uphold laws that go no further than protecting your God given right to life, liberty and property, the pursuit of happiness.
I am a wife and mother that wants the best for her family. The best as I see it is for Government to get out of the way.
God is our protector and has equipped us with all the faculties and means necessary for a productive and free life and I need no man to tell my family what is best for them.
I am a Patriot and Libertarian.
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Taxation is theft.
If you seek security over liberty you deserve neither.
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“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animating contest of freedom, — go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen!”~Samuel Adams

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