View Full Version : Texan's need to Replace John Cornyn!

09-30-2013, 10:16 AM
Last Week, rather than support a true conservative, Ted Cruz, in hist effort to defund Obamacare, the other Texas' senator John Cornyn showed the colors of a career politician more afraid of the media than in standing up for what he was elected to do, which was uphold the Constitution. Instead, he stood with moderate do-nothings like Mitch McConnell and bad mouthed Cruz for taking action in his attempt to stop this horrible piece of legislation.

I hope all fellow Texas patriots will remember Cornyn's betrayal when the 2014 elections come around -- That Texans will replace him with a true conservative. Moreover, I hope all long-term GOP career politicians who talk a good game, but are more concerned with what the media says than in fighting for the Constitution be replaced in every state.

The Tea Party is our last hope in preventing socialism!

09-30-2013, 10:17 AM

09-30-2013, 10:25 AM
"Laugh it up, Fuzzball."

09-30-2013, 02:11 PM
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10-01-2013, 12:44 PM
Erick needs your help to Bring America Back.

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Erick Wyatt For US Senate

About Erick Wyatt
Erick Wyatt was born on June 23, 1978 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Erick was adopted on June 22, 1979, one day before he turned 1. He was raised primarily in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma where he attended neighborhood public schools and graduated from Del City High School. Immediately following graduation Erick Wyatt enlisted in the United States Army. Erick has served multiple tours at Fort Hood, TX throughout his career and was stationed in Galveston Texas with the US Coast Guard on 9/11. On August 15, 2007 Wyatt was severely injured by an Iraq mortar attack while serving on his first tour of duty. During his medical rehabilitation he met former United States Navy Seaman Allyson Riggen. They married in July 2011 and have two children Joshua and Alexandrea (Lexi).

Why I'm Running

I’m running to serve, and I mean that in the old fashioned patriotic sense of the word. During my military career, I learned one thing above all else – serving others is more important than being served.
Our founding fathers envisioned a Senate where citizens, steeped in local values and rooted in real life experience, served with focus and commitment. Today, too many of the individuals we send to Washington have become career politicians – more interested in playing politics than finding solutions. I’m running for US Senate because our country is in grave trouble. We’re in trouble because we have strayed away from the very principles that the country was founded on. If elected, I will be a strong advocate for limited government, less spending, lower taxes, individual liberty, and preserving the Constitution.

10-01-2013, 12:47 PM
I got "YOUR" America ... right hereeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :laugh:

10-01-2013, 03:04 PM
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from south Texas!