Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Marco Rubio Climbing Higher and Higher!

Love this video! After the Virginia elections it is time too look for more conservatives to support. Bob McDonnell and team did a great job! Marco Rubio is the first candidate that comes to mind. If you been under a rock for the past 3 months, Marco Rubio is running for a Senate seat for Florida. I hope to follow his campaign when I can.

Connect with Marco Rubio:
Homepage: http://marcorubio.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MarcoRubio
Twitter: http://twitter.com/marcorubio
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/MarcoRubio
Stand With Marco Ning site: http://standwithmarco.ning.com/

Sen. Jim DeMint:
“There is no question Marco Rubio will be a big part of the Republican Party’s future, but I believe if we are to defeat the forces of Big Government now controlling Washington, Marco Rubio needs to be a big part of the Republican Party’s present. He has the skills and ideas we need to rebuild our party, reform our government, and renew our nation.”

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Military Monday - 8th of November by Big & Rich

The great song, 8th of November by Big & Rich, I hope you enjoy.
The inspiration for “The 8th of November” is Niles Harris, a Vietnam veteran and Purple Heart recipient who survived a battle that took place on Hill 65 in War Zone D on Nov. 8, 1965. Forty-eight of Harris’ comrades in the Army’s 173rd Airborne were killed and hundreds wounded in a battle that found them outnumbered 30 to 1.

Imus interviews Niles Harris video here:

Bob McDonnell, Speaks About Health Care

November 8, 2009
Republican Bob McDonnell, Virginia's new governor-elect, speaks with CNN's John King about health care and other issues.

Sad, Just Sad.

Here are the Final Vote Results for Roll Call on on the House version Affordable Health Care for America Act

The AYES for Government Takeover Of Healthcare:

Gerald E. Connolly - Dem.
James P. Moran - Dem.
Thomas S. P. Perriello - Dem.
Robert C. ``Bobby'' Scott - Dem.

The NOES for Government Takeover Of Healthcare:

Rick Boucher - Dem.
Eric Cantor - Rep.
J. Randy Forbes - Rep.
Bob Goodlatte - Rep.
Glenn C. Nye - Dem.
Robert J. Wittman - Rep.
Frank R. Wolf - Rep.

Oh and those silly Stupak amendment results? Tom Perriello (Dem.) might have some explaining to do to those in the pro-choice world.

It was never about healthcare, Sad, Just Sad.

I repeat the 2010 thoughts over at Virginia Right!
Retaliation at the polls will be swift and massive.
Virginia and New Jersey are just the beginning.

I personally recommend connecting with Keith Fimian as a start in Virginia's 11th:
Homepage: http://www.keithfimian.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/FimianForCongress?ref=ts
Twitter: http://twitter.com/KeithFimian