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The Hunger for Leadership February 19, 2007

Posted by idahoforcox in Campaign News.
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As America celebrates, Washington’s birthday, polls find Americans increasingly unsatisfied with the Presidential candidates promoted by the mainstream press. According to a Fox News/Opinion Dynamics poll, 49% of Americans and 53% of Republicans aren’t satified with their current choices for President.

It’s this disastifaction that drove John Cox to enter this campaign. If you’re tired of politics as usual, than we ask your help in taking back the Republican Party. We’re proud to present this five point petition:

We, the undersigned, call for a return of our beloved Republican Party to the people, and away from the reign of career politicians who have:

  1. Spent our nation into a mountain of debt, in a vain attempt to out-spend the Democrats or to appear “compassionate” in the face of media pressure,
  2. Failed to address our urgent immigration control crisis as our nation’s wages are lowered by those who break the law,
  3. Continued to wallow in a corrupt and failed system of taxation, using the sale of tax loopholes to gain campaign contributions
  4. Valued celebrity over statesmanship and style over substantive changes that would have actually made our lives better
  5. Voted to vastly increase the size and reach of government with Medicare Part D and No Child Left Behind, abandoning conservative, free market principles.

We stand together and call for fundamental tax reform, real immigration control that respects our laws, more competition, and a return to statesmanship in our political system.

Click here to sign.

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1. 123beta - February 19, 2007

Excellent Trade, Sir

In honor of President’s Day…


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