This week I am endorsing two more candidates in the 2010 election. Before I do, though, I would like to congratulate Marco Rubio on pulling even with Charlie Crist in the Florida Republican primary. I endorsed Mr. Rubio from day one in his campaign and hope that he continues to gain support in my home state of Florida. Mr. Rubio is the true conservative in the race, and if his credentials are made known to the majority of Florida Republicans, he will easily best Charlie Crist in the primary.
Now, on to my two latest endorsements:
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWhxhUMyiYA I endorse congresswoman Michele Bachmann in her 2010 reelection bid for Minnesota’s Sixth District. Ms. Bachmann is one of the staunchest allies of Americans who believe that the Constitution is the law of the land and shouldn’t be misused or abused. Representative Bachmann has become a pillar of the conservative movement. She, more than any other member of the House of Representatives, has taken the fight for conservative principles directly to Washington, D.C., and ignited a fire rarely seen in conservative grassroots activists. Representative Bachmann has been singled out as a target in the 2010 election by radical-liberal majority leader Nancy Pelosi. That’s all the more reason to support Bachmann in her reelection bid.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u87kRYgIBDc My second endorsement this week goes to Rand Paul, who is running in the Kentucky Republican senatorial primary. Dr. Paul, more than any other candidate, has clearly defined a sensible national defense strategy that forces Congress to declare war when necessary, and encourages the country to stay out of unneeded and undeclared wars. As a physician, Dr. Paul has firsthand knowledge of the nightmare that is government intervention in health care. He knows that it is government intervention in the health-care market that has driven up costs, and that more intervention will not solve the problem. Paul argues for less government involvement in every aspect of life, and his arguments are sound. He is a strong supporter of the U.S. Constitution and deserves more than any other candidate in the race to represent Kentucky in the United States Senate.
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