Gene Zarwell (R)
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Your one vote is as important to me as your $$$$$.¢¢ are to you!
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Remembering9-11 & our men and women in Iraq & Afghanistan
Don't forget those who served before In 1776, 1863, San Juan, Alamo, WWI, WWII, Korea, Cambodia, Beirut, Granada, Panama, Kuwait either.
In March I'll need your one Vote to be nominated.
I promise you that I will use my one vote in our best interest. How will you use your one vote? And, will you tell your friends and relatives to use their one vote for our best interest, too?
"WALT'S WORDS: "The
N.Cntrl. B. Co. GOP had a very well attended picnic last weekend. St. Sen.
Harris & Dels.
Let me first thank you for nearly 522,000votes in the Comptroller race last year. After all - your one-vote earned me the GOP Primary nomination in an Historic Maryland sweep in Baltimore City and each of Maryland's 23 counties. It begins my sixth campaign for your one-vote.
Once again for U.S. Senate (a goal since age 10) - the senior senator's seat whose votes on the hill we can no longer afford. Only her "pork barreling" friends benefit from those government contracts (She really didn't have anything to do with Federal assets President Bush dedicated to help Maryland combat the "sniper"). Let's put it this way: She was lucky the bus stopped.
Bob and Elizabeth Dole encouraged me to enter public life during a 1985 dinner at the Hay-Adams. That resulted in my first, personally, very costly campaign in 1988, followed by a second run in 1992 in a field of 15. In both campaigns, I was ultimately up against Alan Keyes. In '88, eight counties supported my nomination in a special election to replace Tom Blair. Up 'til then my first Political convention was the Chicago Democratic one in 1968 when I was called upon as a Soldier..
I sat out 1994's campaign in an attempt to regroup personal and financial setbacks, but returned in 1996 to test my name recognition in Maryland's southern counties in a Congressional run. My committee and I tested some economic concepts for several Presidential contenders as well as wrote for the Party's Presidential nominees in the final six-months of campaigning.
In 1998, at the urging of Louis Goldstein, I put my name on the ballot for Comptroller to help clean up the mess, but Wm. Donald Schaefer entered the race 10 minutes later and we felt it would be a disaster if the, then Governor repeated 1994.
"You're the only candidate she said she couldn't beat," said one of the Senior Senator's staff in 1989. Now, she's up for "involuntary Retirement" and I feel it can be done. My one-vote will be the best I can do. Your one-vote is the best you can do, but 850,000 of your one-votes can do it.
I let you down in 2002 because I estimated that it would take 500,000 one-votes to beat the "old man" (an endearing title for a commander - the boss - and my run in the primary). It took three democratic challengers garnering 14% of his vote to give him a chance to ignore Maryland's financial problems. I achieved double (32%) and was never given the chance to clean up his mess - he then said, "it's boring. There's nothing to do. The office runs itself." That's the problem - nobody controlled the budget or provided checks and balances to the corrupt bureaucrats spending our money.
My values and concerns like the country's haven't changed over the years. Majority rules and family values predominate my moral fiber. Our founding fathers left us with a living document predicated upon the "tablets" of old and restated in the Constitution. Although interpretations sometimes reflect one-person's pent-up frustrations, it is up to us to get our country back on track for the good of us all. You can read some of my comments on current events in Coffeetalks and in my candidate profile on the League of Women Voters online voter's guide
"Separation of church and State" wasn't meant to deny you your right to worship, but instead it was to protect it from Government abuse and self interests of those who don't. Guess what?
Our world has more than 190 cultures and as many religions. In America we believe in freedom to exercise those traditions and by no means does it mean we will adopt any views that limit those freedoms. As a free nation, we now have more laws, rules, regulations, and restrictions than any other society in history.
Where'd they come from?
The "Left" who want to give away your rights to others wanting to benefit from your rights, or the "Right" who want to legislate your behavior. Perhaps the "Middle" would work as it has for hundreds of years. Ask yourself this - Do we really believe that our people think that all the laws will be enforced? Attitudes today are "its OK if you don't get caught". Do you ever wonder why some politicians have to sell you their laws, lies, and lame excuses? They hope you'll buy it - do you?
What was your answer? Mine is that nobody believes our laws can be enforced because no one knows what they all are, so why do we expect everyone to obey the law - there's just to many that regulate behavior and deny us the few that support our freedoms as declared in the Constitution.
"All men (and women) are created equal" - there is no one with the right to take that away by imposing limited thinking and misinterpretation of our doctrine. The media try, the special interests exploit, the narrow minded fail to recognize it, and the bureaucrats extort.
When did the "golden fleece" replace the "golden Rule"?
I believe we all have to set the standard. You know, legitimacy, credibility, accountability, and responsibility of how we want our society to develop. There are millions of years of history to draw from and at least a couple of millenniums of records to delve through for guidance as well as recent centuries of experimentation and a decade of decadence.
To begin this process, I need your one-vote in March; and in November, I'll need it again. Keep your money for yourself, but get everyone you know to use their one-vote in support of "OUR" agenda. All the money in our world can't get me elected - it takes one-vote at a time and you won't get on a retribution list.
Raised as a Presbyterian - my beliefs are similar to those of many Presidents and of those who landed at Plymouth Rock - those who lit the lanterns "one if by land / two if by sea" - rang the bells in Philadelphia - held a big tea party - and stood up to anarchy by pledging "One Nation Under God with Liberty and Justice for all".
My motto is "In God We Trust" as it is and should be on all U.S. Dollars
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P.S. I thought marriage was all about "procreation" - when did it become "recreation" for marital benefits?
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