Tancredo Speaks At Right-To-Life Meeting

Oct 2, 2007 Full story: WPTZ.com

BEDFORD, N.H. -- Members of New Hampshire Right to Life heard from a Republican presidential hopeful and representatives from several other campaigns on Sunday. via WPTZ.com

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Sematary

Mansfield Depot, CT

#1 Oct 4, 2007
Return the right to regulate abortion to the states where it belongs.

http://blogs.wsj.com/biztech/2007/10/04/learn...

The writer asks the following question:

[quote]What is it about the campaign that makes you feel so engaged? And are there any lessons here for how to use the Internet?[/quote]

My answer:

Iíve been a fan of Ron Paul for years. I have been emailing his congressional offices at irregular intervals, BEGGING Dr. Paul to join this race. What is special about Dr. Paul is something that the other candidates cannot duplicate - honesty, integrity and a sincere desire to help America. You cannot find those qualities in many other candidates and the ones you DO find them in arenít talking about returning to our constitutional principles and smaller government and they donít have the voting record to back it up.
If the GOP wants to defeat Hillary in 2008, they had better pay attention (and right now). Ron Paul outflanks Hillary on the war (she voted for it and he didnít) and he outflanks her on border security as well. Other candidates are beginning to mouth the word ďconstitutionĒ in their speeches but their use of it is devoid of emotion or believability. If the GOP wants to know (and if you do as well) what lies behind this phenomenon - look to the message, then look to the man, then look to the record. It is the perfect storm (if you will) of a man with integrity, delivering a message that people are ready to hear, with the record to back up what he says.
Finally, listen to him speak. His words come from the heart - not a speechwriter. He beliefs come from his soul - not a daily poll. The GOP cannot duplicate his success but they CAN take advantage of it by backing him.
American

Springfield, MO

#2 Oct 4, 2007
It all depends on where he really stands on the issues. And I don't mean letting each State decide, but where he stands and what he believes. What are His beliefs on all the issues facing America?

Tom Tancredo states his standings and beliefs without having to wonder.

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