Here's another one of our guys back here in Missouri. His name is Rep. Brian Nieves and he's running for state Senate in the 26th District. I've met him and heard him in meetings and he is a true believer in Constitutionally limited government.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Z2fxMcg7Kc&feature=relatedJust thought I'd give you another reason to pack up those kids and move on out here to God's country.
Cat, you know I love Missouri. Don't tempt me.
Opus:You must go over to Right Klik and get him the list for next weeks ten bucks Friday's. You must have heard about it by now, with all the rounds you make of the blogosphere. I am a first generation American as you probably know by now. I grew up surrounded by immigrants. I can say with certainty that they are against giving a free pass to those who broke the rules. My parents not only stood in the line, they did it with a sponsor that had to have $15,000 in the bank. That was a great deal of money in the late fifties. Also, they had no choice but to learn the language as they speak a dialect of Swedish that is only spoken by about half a million people. No one was going to find a translator for them.
HECTOR MALDONADO understands where the greater threat really is. Not to downplay what he said, because he's on point, but it shouldn't be a big deal that a man decided to keep his oath.For some reason, the Democrats feel as though the oath is "a guideline" that you can keep or reject based on a whim.However the proof of citizenship issue is a critical point that nobody seems to apply to barack hussein obama.
I like him.
This guy is intelligent. If all other people have to show their birth certificates, why should oblahblah get a pass? I'd vote for Hector too, Opie.Hope your week is going well.
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