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Tuesday, May 05, 2015

Questions to Ask Presidential Candidates

As the 2016 presidential race heats up, here are some fundamental questions that we should ask all presidential wannabes.

What is your plan to clip the wings of supremacist judges (who believe the Constitution is a “living” document they can rewrite)? We will not allow supremacist judges to rewrite the definition of marriage, or to abolish placing a cross or a Ten Commandments monument in public places, or to stop the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.

Do you faithfully support the right to life in congressional and state legislation and judicial litigation?

What is your plan to protect parents’ rights to guide the education of their children? Specifically, will you oppose the adoption in all schools of Common Core standards and the tests which, in turn, control the curriculum?

What is your plan to protect the jobs of American workers from invasion by amnesty for illegal aliens who do not respect our laws or constitutional government? What is your plan to establish border security?

What is your plan to protect the jobs of American workers from foreign trade agreements negotiated by Obama behind closed doors, which pretend to endorse free trade but actually are a cover for outsourcing good American jobs and insourcing foreigners to take jobs away from Americans?

It’s time for all Americans to make sure we have candidates on the ballot we can support. The kingmakers and RINOs are playing for high stakes: control of federal spending of an amount of money that most Americans can hardly comprehend. The lessons from the past about how Republican nominees are usually chosen by the kingmakers are described in my newest book, A Choice Not An Echo. There you can read the details about kingmaker shenanigans that are not reported in any other book. I urge you to read it so you will be ready for the 2016 election.

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