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A Life Dream Begins to Come to Pass

I know that together we must hold our leaders and ourselves accountable to these principles. I know that we are a party that believes in the rule of law AND promotes grassroots activism. I believe that every voice is important. I will work to make sure that things are done according to the rules. I will insist on openness and fairness to make sure that everyone has a chance to participate. If you send me, I will go. I will continue my work to get our message of Life and Liberty out across the Land. This election is about more than the just the presidency. It is about promoting people of principle who will make a difference. Together we will Restore the Republic so that future generations may live free and prosper in this great Nation.

I ask for your support for a delegate to the national convention in Tampa this year. I will do my best to represent everyone well and will work with everyone there to reach consensus on what is truly best for our party and our nation. We will achieve our goals together, because the very future of the nation depends upon us doing so.

Vote Sandra Crosnoe for National Delegate for Life and LIberty in our Land with Republicans in office working to Restore the Republic!

Grassroots in Michigan: A Call to Michigan Activists

“America is like a healthy body and its resistance is threefold: its patriotism, its morality and its spiritual life. If we can undermine these three areas, America will collapse from within.” Josef Stalin“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” John Adams

BROGDON'S SOLUTION TO THE CURRENT STATE BUDGET SHORTFALL

Reckless overspending by the state legislature has finally caught up with us. Today the budget is overdrawn by $1.3 billion dollars. One would assume the elected officials would do the prudent thing and reduce the budget by $1.3 billion dollars this year. But don’t get your hopes up, because they are not going to do any such thing.Let’s review how we got to this point. During the years 2005-2007, state spending increased 38%, which was almost four times faster than the private sector grew at 10%. Spending increases included new government programs, agencies, boards, and bond issues which created long term debt. All of this government growth coupled with the recession has saddled the taxpayers with a huge burden.