With special thanks to Art Coday… (more…)
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Posted in 2010 U.S. Senate Race, American Revolution, Clint Didier, Republican Party Reform, tagged Barack Obama, Chris Widener, Clint Didier, Dino Rossi, George Bush, jack hamilton, Karl Rove, Kirby Wilbur, Luke Esser, Mitt Romney, SEIU, Slade Gorton on July 30, 2012 | 9 Comments »
“Come prepared for any weather,” said organizer Joni Dear, and she specified 1. Rain, 2. Sunshine, and/or 3. Snow. We started out on cloudiness but soon moved to the harder stuff. More than one speaker was held up in unseasonable traffic coming through Everett to the south.
We were set to introduce Clint Didier, who drove well over 500 miles round trip to do the event.
Going without these platform commitments from those we support is why they never come to pass – and never will.
A debate is taking place with many Republican voters concerning my recent conditional endorsement of Dino Rossi. Rumors abound as to my intentions and objectives. I am receiving both applause and consternation. Therefore, an explanation is in order.
I want Patty Murray to lose in November as much as any Republican. That is exactly why I have chosen the course I have in making a conditional endorsement. I ask that you read all I write in order to more fully understand my heart and my thinking.
Those more heavily involved in Republican Party politics know there are two camps within the GOP. (more…)
With Clint Didier’s refusal to endorse Dino Rossi, without concessions, frantic Rossi supporters, realizing that they don’t have anywhere near enough votes to win in the General Election without the help of the Didier Constitutionalists, have been circulating through the blogs, meetups and other social networking sites desperately trying to castigate and shame Didier advocates into supporting and voting for Rossi. With various predictable, shopworn, hackneyed arguments they beat the drums of fear relentlessly. (more…)
Unusual. I know.
Clint is a very unusual phenomenon. I’ve been involved in a few campaigns in the last thirty years and I can’t remember anything like it. (more…)
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from Senator Val Stevens …
Recently, the Clint Didier U.S. Senate campaign released a radio commercial on several Christian radio stations throughout Washington State comparing Clint Didier’s views on abortion with that of Dino Rossi and challenging Dino’s claim that he is pro-life. This ad has created a firestorm within the Christian community, which, until now, has been mostly unaware of these facts. (more…)
Posted in 2010 U.S. Senate Race, Candidate Information, Clint Didier, Cosmetically "Pro-Life", Counterfeit Conservatism, Counterfeit Conservatives, Dino Rossi, Lies and Fraud on August 14, 2010 | 9 Comments »
The Washington Life Coalition has put out a comparison chart for the U.S. Senate Candidates. http://washingtonlifecoalition.com/2010/08/u-s-senate-candidate-chart/
Click the image to enlarge.
Posted in 2010 U.S. Senate Race, Candidates and Campaigns, Clint Didier, Dino Rossi, Patriotism, Republican Party Reform, Republican Principles, Tea Parties, The Good Guys, Washington State GOP on August 6, 2010 | 25 Comments »
You’ve all heard people say it and you might believe it yourself. “I like Clint Didier, but I have to vote for Dino Rossi, because he is the only one who can beat Patty Murray.” Really?
With stubborn wrongheadedness, mainstream Republicans cling steadfastly to the belief that only the moderate, not really conservative candidate can win, even though it has proven to be a faulty strategy. The same thing, after all, was said about McCain. On blog after blog, on the radio and on Facebook they keep insisting that Rossi is the only one who can win, as if by chanting it in recitation together their cosmic mantra will somehow make it so.
Rossi made the list of Crew’s Crooked Candidates. Granted, this site is run by admitted progressives, but they do list the reasons for his inclusion and they are troubling. Guilt by association with criminals might not be sufficient to convict him in a court of law, but perceptions by voters DO influence elections. If you look at the left’s websites, they have plenty of dirt ready to sling at Rossi. Wouldn’t it be great to have a candidate who is not so tainted?
Rossi’s appearing at a sales event promoting making money off of foreclosures after declaring his candidacy might not be illegal, but it was certainly tasteless given the suffering of so many in this economic downturn. It plays seamlessly into the “sleazy real estate dealings” accusation.
Jumping in at the last minute and not running a real campaign or engaging the other candidates might be perceived as a clever political strategy. In fact I have seen his hiding out referred to as “expert political gamesmanship” and “he only loses if he engages the other candidates in the primary, so why should he do that?”
Only thing is, ducking and hiding might be praised by politicos but it is not well perceived in the general public, who are certainly more than a little tired of politicking over principles and fluff over substance. (more…)
Dear Friend of Liberty,
Campaign for Liberty’s survey deadline for your August 17th primary election has passed. The results are in, and there are some important things you need to know about your candidates.
A few weeks ago, Campaign for Liberty urged each of your candidates to stand up and pledge to support Liberty issues in their campaigns.
Unfortunately, not all of your candidates are standing up for freedom.
You see, Republican Dino Rossi has not responded to his Candidate Survey. (more…)
Posted in 2010 U.S. Senate Race, Abortion, Clint Didier, Dino Rossi, Medical Homicide, Pro-Death Catholics, Pro-Death Republicans, Republican Principles, Right to Life on August 5, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
The Washington Life Coalition (WLC) released a brand new internet video today to appeal to pro-life voters in the state of Washington who have been led to believe they should support Dino Rossi in his bid for U.S. Senate. The video chronicles some of Rossi’s statements on the issue of abortion, and then reveals an egregious vote that Rossi cast as a state senator, overlooked by the pro-life movement in Washington. The news of this vote calls into question Rossi on an issue he refers to as “a matter of conscience.”
In 2002, Dino Rossi voted for SB 6537 which forces hospitals to promote “emergency contraception” to rape victims and provide it upon request within 72 hours of sexual contact. Emergency contraception, also known as “the morning after pill,” causes an abortion if the woman is pregnant. The bill passed and is now the law in WA state. Physicians, nurses and health care workers in hospital emergency rooms are forced to act against their conscience, which is formed by their professional training as well as their moral, ethical and religious views.
~ Clint Didier, 7:25PM, August 4, 2010
The “Washington State Political Polls” are conducted by a non-partisan consumer research group, and asked people to choose between 15 candidates in the primary.
The last poll (Aug. 1) of more than 7,500 likely voters shows Clint with 18.9% of the vote, and Dino Rossi trailing, at 18.1%.
Patty Murray came in at 41.7%, but together, Republicans captured a whopping 48.7% of the vote!!
Posted in 2010 U.S. Senate Race, Activism, Clint Didier, Dino Rossi, King County GOP, Party News, Republican Party Reform, Rob McKenna, WA State Politics, Washington State GOP on July 31, 2010 | 3 Comments »
A little less than a week ago I had the opportunity to meet Pam for the first time. This was something I had wanted to do for a very long time. We talked for close to two hours. It didn’t take me too long to realize that she isn’t the person that the WSRP AND KCGOP leadership make her out to be. I should point out I never believed the things that were being said about her anyway (just consider the source). (more…)
Posted in 2010 U.S. Senate Race, Candidates, Clint Didier, Counterfeit Conservatives, Dino Rossi, Elections, Freedom of Speech, Politicians, WA State Politics, tagged Paul Akers on July 30, 2010 | 6 Comments »
Michele St. Pierre © 2010
In America, where the right to free speech is codified in the First Amendment of our Constitution and revered by anyone who loves freedom, the art and magic of great debates are spangled throughout the annals of American History.
From Congressional debates on the seminal issues of the times, to the sometimes raucous and rowdy debates between candidates opposing one another it can be truly thrilling to watch minds and viewpoints collide and spar for supremacy. Through the conflict of divergent opinions, choices will be made which will effect political change, get legislation passed or give voters the information they need to see that worthy candidates are elected who truly reflect the values and principles of the American people. (more…)
The Cream of the Crop
The Republican field of senate candidates was the best in decades. Every one of them would have been a better match for Patty Murray than Dino Rossi, whose false conservatives credentials have been thoroughly exposed in a series of articles about his voting record as a state senator. [http://wp.me/p3Rqg-2nd, http://wp.me/p3Rqg-2nm, http://wp.me/p3Rqg-2nE ] The only candidate willing to stand up against the status quo is Clint Didier. He’s the only candidate willing to speak out against the establishment of both parties. He’s the honest small business owner and farmer from eastern Washington.
Clint Didier is the correct replacement, not only for Patty Murray, but for the worn out, top down command system of the Washington state GOP elites.
As a small business owner in Eastern Washington, Clint Didier embodies everything that’s good, right, and just in Washington and in America. He’s raising a beautiful family, coaching high school football, and providing for his family with what the ground produces. This is an example of an American success story, but it hasn’t been easy. Success is born from dedication, honor, discipline, and faith in God. Clint Didier’s success is tied to all of that, Clint Didier is the epitome of the statesman the Founding Fathers expected of our legislators.
In Washington State, voters will have a choice in the primary; they can vote to once again give us the choice of two evils and more of the same, or they can vote to replace Patty Murray with a man of the people, who understands the people, and understands his job is to represent the people, not the party interest, and not his own personal interests. That man is Clint Didier!
People, when was the last time you had a candidate asking you for $15? Get your friends out and support Clint, please.
Yesterday, US Senate candidate Paul Akers challenged Patty Murray, Dino Rossi, and Clint Didier to a debate before the US Senate primary election. KVI radio talk show host John Carlson offered to moderate and broadcast the debate.
Thanks to bloomergal for the tip.
With thanks to bloomergal.
Clint’s having a fundraiser in Everett this Saturday July 24th – admission is free to the public!
2:00-5:00 at Henry M Jackson Park-1700 State Street
Didier is expected to speak for approximately 20 minutes and then take questions in a townhall style format for 30 to 40 minutes.
Mike Siegel will be the MC. They’re raffling signed footbals and other memorabilia!