John Sauer's Blog – October 2010 Archive (2)

My Candidate Assessment Strategy for the Tea Party Research.



Point one:



The Left refers to us conservatives as “wingers”, “extremists” “terrorists”. These are the labels that I can mention in public. They speak from their perspective on the far left of the political spectrum referring to us conservatives as being “out there”, out of the mainstream. We don’t have a defense against the labels. All we can do is deny it and re-iterate…

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Added by John Sauer on October 15, 2010 at 10:30pm — No Comments

We have a lot of work ahead of us.

Like the Japanese, many in America don't get it either.



I emailed a US Representative candidate to fill in some blanks spots in my research. One of the blank spots was "The Tea Party Movement". The

meat of his reply: "... I have been told by a Tea Party member that is

part of the R(epublican)E(executive)C(ommittee); the Tea Party is just the new

face of the Republican Party. Being an Independent,…

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Added by John Sauer on October 9, 2010 at 1:21pm — No Comments

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This will increase the illegal alien vote in Florida, exponentially.

Federal judge orders bilingual ballots for Florida counties, including Lake and Brevard

- By Steven Lemongello 11 April 2019

"The order by U.S. District Judge Mark Walker comes in response to a lawsuit by LatinoJustice and other organizations that claimed as many as 30,000 Puerto Ricans were having their rights violated by counties not providing bilingual ballot access. The order grants a preliminary injunction that requires Florida Secretary of State Laurel Lee and the 32…

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