I Endorse This Endorsement

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I will be voting for [candidate] because I am tired of American politics being dominated by a #duopoly that has strayed too far from the founding principles of our society.

I will be *enthusiastically* voting for [candidate] because I believe he represents these principles, and that if elected he will remain as accessible to the individual citizens of his district as he has throughout his campaign.

(TRUE FACT: The existence of the incumbent is not a media hoax.)

Make no mistake — [candidate] is not some radical third-party candidate looking to arbitrarily slash government spending and legalize everything short of murder.  On the contrary, Mr. [candidate] is out to make our government operate more efficiently so we can all breathe a little easier.

How does he plan to accomplish this?  Not with empty rhetoric, but by eliminating wasteful spending and redirecting the Federal Government’s focus to federal issues.

(Please refer to Porter4Us.com, particularly the sections marked ‘Fiscal Policy’ and ‘Government Reform’.)

Which is not to say that [candidate] is without a few radical views.  He is, for instance, in favor of Congressional term limits.  (Who will speak for our career politicians?!) 😱  Which is not nearly as startling as his belief that the Second Amendment remains in effect and somehow pertains to private gun ownership.  (Wait, what??) 😱😱

But perhaps most radical of all is Mr. [candidate]’s position on Donald Trump. Directly from his website (TRIGGER WARNING):

“I will neither blindly support or oppose President Trump… I would stand up to President Trump when appropriate and support him on issues we agree on.” 😱😱😱

I will be voting for [candidate] in the upcoming election and hope you will too — if you aren’t too triggered by his radical views.

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Rumble at Reason

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The other night Reason published an article calling for an FBI investigation into Christine Ford’s accusation against Brett Kavanaugh — and then went on to criticize Senate Republicans for trying to block such an investigation.

The problem is, the FBI lacks the authority to investigate because Kavanaugh hasn’t been accused of any federal crime.  The most they could do is reopen Kavanaugh’s background check, yet they have declined do so because Kavanaugh has been continuously vetted throughout his twenty-eight-year career.

Furthermore, the Senate cannot direct the FBI to reopen Kavanaugh’s background check, and the Republicans are actively trying to investigate despite interference from Christine Ford’s attorney and Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein.

The backlash against Reason editors was astounding.
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