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"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"
aka "Miss Victory"

Monday, February 11, 2008

Senator Bayh endorses candidate for Congress with no experience

Thanks to the Howey Political Report for this breaking news. While Sen. Bayh backs Carson for Congress, ordinary citizens left behind without a voice by the political status quo are backing Libertarian Sean Shepard.

It makes sense to give Sean Shepard a try for just 9 months in Congress to see what a Libertarian can do for us. Sean will get plenty of media time to convey better ideas for government because he'll be the first Libertarian in Congress.

And it is not like there won't be another election in November in the unlikely case you will decide Sean is not working hard for you. But in the meantime, what do you have to lose by breaking free of the box lies fed to you for decades by the republican and democrat parties and the cronyism that goes with them?

It is our position that Andre Carson and Jon Elrod have a moral responsibility to complete the elected positions they hold now in the city council and Indiana house and not abandon the constituents who help elect them for a shiner, better paying job. Since they already hold elected office, shouldn't Carson and Elrod prove to us they are effective?

In many people's opinion, neither the republican or democrat running for Congress have done squat for us.

In fact, I challenge any of their supporters to list five things that either Carson or Elrod has done that directly benefits the hoosiers in their districts.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Sean Shepard has:

Sean served (without pay) as Indiana's Fair Tax Director in Indianapolis

Sean has led (without pay) Fair Tax meetings for years.

Sean served as a speaker at all the tax rallies including the very effective rallies at city hall.

Sean provided (at no cost) sound systems for tax rallies.

Sean attended planning meetings and lent counsel to the activists who jumped started the tax revolution in Indiana.

Sean listened to citizen fear as they told their stories regarding property taxes and encouraged them to work together for a better future.