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Monday, September 20, 2010

Questions To Ask Congressional Candidates

Many people believe that the congressional election coming up on November 2nd will be the most important election of our times. More and more, voters want to be certain that they are voting for conservative candidates who respect the United States Constitution. Here are some good questions to ask the candidates who seek to represent you.

Will you vote NO on all tax increases? Will you vote to make permanent the tax reductions scheduled to expire at the end of this year? Will you vote to abolish the death tax? Will you vote to repeal and replace Obamacare?

Will you vote against amnesty for illegal aliens? Will you vote against amnesty in disguise (such as "comprehensive immigration reform," guest-worker, path to citizenship, or legalization)? Will you vote to close our borders by building a fence and using U.S. troops? Will you vote to require employers to verify the Social Security numbers of their employees? Will you vote to continue the prohibition of Mexican trucks on U.S. highways?

Will you support legislation to restore legal protection to unborn babies? Will you vote to prohibit taxpayer funding of all abortions?

Will you vote against any repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)? Will you support the right of all fit parents to the custody and control of the upbringing of their children, even if parents are divorced?

Will you oppose any a national Constitutional Convention for any purpose?

Will you vote for legislation for Congress to use its Article III power to withdraw jurisdiction to the federal courts over areas where we don't trust them, such as the Pledge of Allegiance, the Ten Commandments, the Boy Scouts, and the definition of marriage?

Ask your congressional candidates these questions and then you'll know if that candidate deserves your vote.

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