If you tuned in to “Sting 5” News (early) to get your update on Rand Paul’s Seattle visit, you saw clips of their short interview with me. [Ed. note: before the video was edited … Parris’ remarks remain in the King5 text, as we go to press, but the video clips have been expunged & replaced with other footage.] I told them I went to the event sort-of “undecided.” (more…)
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Posted in 2016 Presidential Race, Candidate Information, Candidates and Campaigns, Ron Paul Legacy, tagged Cary Condotta, Debbie Hopper, Doug Parris, Elizabeth Scott, GOP grassroots, Jesse Benton, King 5, Lew Moore, Luke Esser, Matt Dubin, Michele St Pierre, Rand Paul, Republican Liberty Caucus of Washington, RLCWA, Rob McKenna, Ron Paul, Ronald Reagan, The Speech, Town Hall Seattle on August 26, 2015| 13 Comments »
Posted in Candidates and Campaigns, Freedom Agenda, tagged 1st Congressional District WA, 2016 congressional races, 39th Legislative District WA, Elizabeth Scott, Freedom Agenda Team on August 6, 2015| 1 Comment »
Elizabeth Scott Announces Run for Congress in 1st District
Posted in Candidates and Campaigns, Washington State GOP, tagged Animal Farm, Ed Moats, George Orwell, Jamie Herrera Beutler, John Orlinski, Microsoft, Pedro Celis, Robert J Sutherland, Susan Hutchison, washington state republican party on May 19, 2014| 3 Comments »
The Moats for Congress campaign on May 17, 2014 reasserted its intention of winning the Republican primary to be the the party’s standard bearer for the 1st Congressional seat despite the Washington State Republican Party Chairwoman Susan Hutchison publicly endorsing another candidate one day after the official filing period closed.
In Saturday’s Seattle Times, Hutchison endorsed Pedro Celis saying he can raise enough money for a credible campaign. Hutchison also said the party won’t endorse anyone in the primary for the 4th Congressional District.
Posted in Candidates and Campaigns, Lies and Fraud, Republican Party Reform, tagged Clint Didier, Doc Hastings, Ed Moats, Gavin Seim, Jamie Herrera Beutler, John McCain, KCGOP, king county republican party, Lori Soltelo, Michael Delavar, Pedro Celis, Susan Hutchison, Suzan DelBene, washington state republican party, WSRP on May 12, 2014| 8 Comments »
Posted in Candidates and Campaigns, Party News, Washington State GOP, tagged Bill Orsborn, Charlie Crabtree, Ed Moats, Lori Sotelo, Luanne VanWerven, Microsoft, Pedro Celis, Susan Hutchison, Suzan DelBene on March 12, 2014| 4 Comments »
Ed. Note: Phil Spackman was one of the first true conservatives to “discover” Susan Hutchison and introduced her to The Reagan Wing in 2005, where after extensive, hours-long vetting, that board endorsed her as their senate candidate for 2006. Phil has been an ardent supporter of Susan for more than a decade, believing in Susan, even while criticizing her approach to her campaign during the controversial King County Executive race of 2008.
When Susan Hutchison was elected Chairwoman of the Washington State Republican Party in January 2013, the promise of fairness, unity, and victory seemed secure. Tragically, that promise has turned into utter disappointment. (more…)
Posted in Candidates and Campaigns, Satire, tagged Charlie Crabtree, John McCain, Lori Sotelo, Luanne VanWerven, Microsoft, Mike Sotelo, Mitt Romney, National Hispanic Assembly, Pedro Celis, Plaza Bank, Suzan DelBene, Washington, washington state republican party on February 15, 2014| 6 Comments »
Follow my lead and the search is over.
The search to find a Midstream candidate for every Congressional district where one of those detestable “conservatives” might attempt to run has an ANSWER in the First Congressional District.
And it is a potential SUPERSTAR!
“…You in particular have kind of supported the NSA, they’ve been violating the 4th amendment, they’ve been spying on Americans. When Justin Amash introduced amendment 413 to HR 2397 you voted against that thereby allowing the NSA to continue and I just don’t understand why you would vote against the constitution in that way.” (more…)