By The People

There are fundamental flaws in how American government operates today,
contrary to the Constitution and the vision of a representative republican form of governance.
I intend doing something about it: by educating and informing others who
are not even aware of the dangers.

Monday, September 10, 2012

A Representative of the People

I am a supporter of Art Robinson. I have read his book "Common Sense in 2012" and agree with much of what he stands for, more so than his opponent Peter DeFazio. Here is an email I received from the Art Robinson campaign. I include it in its entirety.

Here Comes the Worst Pre-Election Smear Campaign Yet

Exclusive: David Kupelian documents multiple shameless lies in 1 pivotal race

By David Kupelian:

One of the most extraordinary and consequential races to be decided Nov. 6 is the challenge to powerful 13-term “progressive” Rep. Peter DeFazio by renowned scientist Art Robinson in Oregon’s 4th Congressional District.

This particular congressional race epitomizes everything that is rotten – and wonderful – about America today, and about the historic choice Americans will make Nov. 6.

Consider: Peter DeFazio is one of Congress’s most influential progressives, having co-founded the Congressional Progressive Caucus and served as its chairman. A true left-wing radical with a folksy Oregonian exterior, DeFazio supports socialized medicine (he voted for Obamacare) and partial-birth abortion. Just recently, as WND reported, he proposed a“Robin Hood Tax” on financial trades, a key demand of the Occupy movement and heavily supported by billionaire leftist George Soros.

Even worse than all this – and I’m choosing my words carefully now – DeFazio is a deceitful political hack, so desperate to hang on to his coveted congressional seat he’s occupied for 26 years that he’s willing to blatantly libel and slander his opponent with wild untruths, all crafted to scare voters right before election time – just as he did in 2010 when Robinson first challenged the long-entrenched Democrat

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