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Clint Didier - potential GOP candidate against Patty Murray

Posted on December 22, 2009 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

(I spoke with Clint Didier in a one-on-one telephone interview on December 18. He has set up an exploratory committee for a possible candidacy for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate against Patty Murray. This is part of a series of articles on the five major contenders for the Republican nomination.)



Clint Didier: Individual Liberty is Our Highest Value



campaign website: http://www.clintdidier.org



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Sean Salazar - potential GOP candidate against Patty Murray

Posted on December 21, 2009 at 10:00am 0 Comments

(I spoke with Sean Salazar in a one-on-one interview on December 15. He is seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate against Patty Murray. This is part of a series of articles on the five major contenders for the Republican nomination.)



Sean Salazar, running for Senate, says "Constitution First!"



Campaign website: http://www.sean4senate.com



Sean Salazar was the first Republican to enter the… Continue

Art Coday - potential GOP candidate against Patty Murray

Posted on December 21, 2009 at 9:30am 0 Comments

(I spoke with Art Coday in a one-on-one interview on December 14. He is seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate against Patty Murray. This is part of a series of articles on the five major contenders for the Republican nomination.)



Senatorial hopeful Art Coday: Patty Murray tied to "very extreme" policies of Obama, Reid, Pelosi



Campaign website: http://www.codayforussenate.com



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Craig Williams - potential GOP candidate against Patty Murray

Posted on December 21, 2009 at 9:30am 0 Comments

(I spoke with Craig Williams in a one-on-one interview on December 11. He is seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate against Patty Murray. This is part of a series of articles on the five major contenders for the Republican nomination.)



Candidate Craig Williams: "When Will Patty Murray Stop Spending?"



Campaign website: http://www.votewilliams2010.org



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Chris Widener - potential GOP candidate against Patty Murray

Posted on December 21, 2009 at 9:30am 0 Comments

(I spoke with Chris Widener in a one-on-one interview on December 10. He has set up an exploratory committee for a possible candidacy for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate against Patty Murray. This is part of a series of articles on the five major contenders for the Republican nomination.)



Chris Widener: Patty Murray's Pro-Spending Record "is exactly why gov't is bloated"



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At 10:15pm on March 4, 2009, Terry R. McDonald said…
Yea my friend, thanks for the tip on the Weissbach show. I put a note on my monitor so I'll probably remember to listen; it'll be hard to miss there. I've been so busy with all this info and event Jazz I sometimes wonder if I'm coming or going. I love it!
Peace through Superior Firepower,
TERRY
At 10:10am on February 11, 2009, Terry R. McDonald said…
My Friend Steve, Good to have you aboard. I never thought I'd spend very much time on the computer, but since I got involved with this site, I sure have been doing just that. And ,I must say enjoying every bit of it as well. Do you lie Ann Coulter? If you do we have a group for her also (does sound like a plug, it is) I started that one a week and a half ago and it certainly has grown. I am extremely happy that so many folks know her work, she is brilliant. I know she's no Sarah Palin, but there aren't but one of her. Ann is more "book smart" as it is said and I thoroughly enjoy her work, especially since she has been a Sarah supporter when even many "conservative" women were criticizing her (jealousy i suppose.....and do they ever have good reason,if you know what I mean). Of course my all time favorite mentor could only be Dr. Thomas Sowell. After reading his books (not all.....yet, anyway) and hundreds of columns and articles, I've knda' grown a'likin to the man, to say the least. Time to head on.
Peace through Superior Firepower,
TERRY
At 3:43pm on February 7, 2009, Scott Keller said…
Steve, I'd like to discuss with you a partnership for the election in 2010. Not just between you and I, but a team effort similar to what happened in '94 with Reagan principles as the common bond. I've been writing a new "Contract with America - 2010 Style" and think that what worked well before will work again with greater commitment than before and more Reaganesque planks. Through these efforts we can support each other by promoting each other, sharing national commercials and ads, facebook pages, and more and stand a better chance at getting elected as a group than we do by ourselves.
At 8:16am on February 7, 2009, Hansie Steinburg said…
Steve: Do you subscribe (free) to The Patriot Post? If not, you should. It comes out 3 times a week and is chock full of excellent info. Yesterday's (6 Jan) edition has a great article on Reagan. Whatta guy! Their web site is: http://PatriotPost.US
At 10:48pm on February 6, 2009, Jason Cannon said…
Steve. The next time you run I will vote for you big time. If we can get a conservative in office in washington, lord I will be so happy.
At 3:45pm on February 3, 2009, Hansie Steinburg said…
Steve: Will do. He's down here in Florida and I'll be having lunch with him before he flees back to SEA on Sunday. I'll keep you posted. Carol Cassidy it was. Has she disappeared from political view? Incidentally, I’ve a first cousin in Bremerton. He commanded a nuc sub and retired as a 4-striper. His name is Charles Meeker and he's currently involved in some way with the Navy Museum. He might be useful to you in that area.
At 1:13pm on February 3, 2009, Hansie Steinburg said…
Steve: Glad to be your friend. Hopefully next election you'll beat McDermott. Anything I can do to help, let me know. Every time he does something stupid, I hammer him with a fax, sending copies to the college and several others of our classmates. Wasn't there a gal that opposed him before you? I dialogued with her a few times but have since lost contact. How are you with the Greek community? A Greek lad I promoted to Sergeant in Vietnam is now a multi-millionaire and very influential in Seattle. Better yet, he's conservative and a great Christian. He probably voted for you; I'll ask him.
At 9:06pm on February 2, 2009, Hansie Steinburg said…
Steve: A conservative in Seattle? From what I hear, you are certainly in the minority. Worse yet, you're saddled with my college classmate, Baghdad Jim McDermott. What a jerk he turned out to be. I was stationed at Ft. Lawton (1965-66) and flew the general around all over the Northwest out of Sandpoint NAS. Enjoyed every minute of my time there.
 
 
 

 

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