January 19, 2010

It is official, Scott Brown is the 2010 elected Senator for the State of Massachusetts

YOur right Pedro, good to win, but it is one of many battles to come.  Here is the next:
"Road to a Conservative Revolution makes a stop in Illinois on Feb. 2nd"~@hughesforsenate http://bit.ly/4IAuSc #ilsen
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If you need proof that we can take back our country, this is it.

Brown overcame a 3 1/2 ratio to win and won big in the blueish State of the Union.

Now we have to continue doing our job but with even greater enthusiasm.

We should be able to stop Obama's Health Care, Cap and Trade, more bail-outs, etc.

We are in the offensive now and nobody can stop us unless we decide to function as the Prophet Elijah that got scared from an evil woman (Jezebel) after being victorious over 450 false prophets following a false god (Baal). 1 Kings 18, 19. Lets think about Pelosi and Obama.

Pedro Sr  

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(RINO) Conrad/Gregg Commission Proposal- Grover Norquist~Tell Your Senator to Oppose the

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Tell Your Senator to Reject the Conrad/Gregg Commission Proposal
While the healthcare negotiations are dominating the news cycle, the Senate will vote this week on what may be one of the biggest threats to taxpayers.   Senators Kent Conrad (D-ND) and Judd Gregg (R-NH) have put forth a proposal to create a bipartisan tax and spending "reform" commission.  This may sound good on paper, but, because of the way the commission is structured, it will lead to a guaranteed tax increase.
The big spenders on the Hill are looking for a way to cover their tracks in a bipartisan fashion.  They already did it once, in 1990, when they were able to cut a bipartisan deal that was supposed to cut spending by two dollars for every one dollar in tax increases. Instead, however, taxpayers were stuck with higher taxes AND higher spending. Now the tax and spenders are looking to recreate the Andrews Air Force Base debacle from 1990.
For an explanation of how the Conrad/Gregg commission would work, click here.
It will be up to you to tell your Senators that you will not stand for any commission that puts tax increases on the table. 
We have seen bailout after bailout, failed "stimulus" spending packages and massive budget increases - it is clear that the Federal government does not have a revenue problem, it has a spending problem.
Tell your senators to reject the Conrad/Gregg commission proposal!

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Coalition of FL Candidates Team Up to Save Lives in Haiti


Coalition of Candidates Team Up to Save Lives in Haiti

January 18, 2010

Contact: Bernard Sansaricq Campaign or Yomin Postelnik Campaign

Tel: (954) 701-7167 or (954) 353-5955

Email: director@insidersreview.org

Website: www.ABetterFlorida.com; www.Sansaricq4Congress.org;

On Tuesday night, devastation struck the island of Haiti.  As soon as news broke, candidates Bernard Sansaricq and Yomin Postelnik and Central Florida candidate Commander Tom Garcia got in touch to plan an effective relief effort.  They discussed what most immediate relief needs were. 

At the end of the night, Tom Garcia located a water purification expert who had previously done disaster relief, loaded up a Cessna and flew into Haiti on the spot.  Sansaricq and Postelnik organized drop off locations and relief efforts, with plans for future trips in the works.  Sansaricq met with local Haitian leaders as Postelnik established a virtual hotline, providing phone numbers of established task forces to those with families in Haiti.

At the same time, two party chairmen put forward valiant efforts to assist with the crisis.  Broward GOP Chairman Chip LaMarca spent an entire day coordinating relief efforts with Tallahassee.  At one point, he even made his personal office the central drop off point for East Broward.  Palm Beach GOP Chairman Sid 

Dinerstein met with Haitian leaders, encouraging them and promoting relief efforts.  Both chairs have shown an unprecedented level of leadership throughout the crisis.

On Wednesday morning, candidate Ed Lynch, rallied his entire campaign team.  In spite of being weeks away from a primary election, his staff decided to put everything on hold.  Ed worked to get tickets to go to Haiti and the campaign turned their headquarters into a drop off location for food and supplies. 

Candidate Robert Lowry secured 6 tickets to travel to Haiti and planned to make the trip down there.  He also helped coordinate medical relief supplies and needs.  Candidate Dennis Lamb stayed in touch with local Haitian clergy, offering to assist in any way.

In the meantime, Sansaricq was placing calls to Haitian leaders both on the island and in South Florida.  Calls were placed demanding that Haitian refugees be given temporary status within the Bahamas.  Unbeknownst to the campaign, the pressure worked. 

Postelnik and a campaign volunteer were busy advising local businessman Marc Eisenmann, who was preparing to travel to Haiti to offer relief..  Postelnik prepared a list of supplies, as well as a list of what not to bring, advising relief volunteers not to wear jewelry or bright clothing.  At the same time, his line, made public in a press release, was flooded with calls from people seeking the numbers of agencies to locate family members on the island, as well as requests to establish drop off centers.

Garcia went on to deliver electricity to a three room clinic, making power out of four car batteries and an inverter.  He also delivered food and helped administer medical relief to hundreds, while working hard with relief expert Joe Hurston on water purification.

In the meantime, Eisenmann, guided by Postelnik, traveled throughout the Port au Prince area.  Eisenmann came upon a crumbling building with children and adults stuck in it.  Speaking with Postelnik for at least some form of guidance, Eisenmann managed to pull two people out of the structure.  Republican leader Chad Lincoln also helped with construction knowledge and advice.

Late on Thursday night, Eisenmann came across a five year old boy with a shattered arm and a hematoma.  Postelnik, the only point of contact, worked frantically to find a doctor to talk Eisenmann through the situation.  When calls to two physicians didn't work, Postelnik reached out to his network on twitter.  Karin Hoffman and Lowry campaign manager Chris Leggatt worked to locate a neurosurgeon. 

The boy was airlifted to Miami.  Postelnik visited the boy and his father on Sunday, and appealed to the media to help reunite the family.  The boy and his father plan on returning to Haiti, where they led a relatively successful life, upon the completion of treatment.  Marc Eisenmann has agreed to house the family for the months of therapy that are needed.

On Friday Postelnik assembled a small team of volunteers.  Later in the day, he worked to help the owner of a cargo ship that was having trouble unloading relief supplies in Haiti. 

When one of the volunteers got stranded, efforts were coordinated with Sheela Venero of Sen. LeMieux' office, the office of Congressman Lincoln Diaz-Balart and Chairman Chip LaMarca to help redirect him to Port au Prince.  These efforts were successful.

Throughout this time, Bernard Sansaricq kept reaching out to Haitian leaders and candidates Ed Lynch and Robert Lowry organized another mission to Haiti.

On Saturday night, Commander Tom Garcia flew home with a two year old girl in need of follow up medical care, at the behest of a Haitian orphanage.  Airport workers asked for follow up documentation, but the girl was held in limbo for over seven hours. 

Garcia telephoned Postelnik, who mobilized a team to reach out to elected officials.  State Senator and candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture Carey Baker phoned Postelnik at 10:00 pm on Sat. night.  This call was followed by ones from Sen. LeMieux.  Eventually Congressman Bill Posey and Broward Chairman Chip LaMarca were made aware of the situation and also got involved, despite the late hour.  The situation was resolved after midnight.

Relief efforts continue.  On Sunday, Chad Lincoln organized a rally for Haiti with Ed Lynch and Robert Lowry.  Sansaricq and Postelnik continue to work on getting relief supplies into the country and on reuniting the boy who needed medical treatment with his mother.  Several other candidates have allowed their offices to become drop off locations for supplies, and more are in the works.

Anyone who would like to assist in any of the above efforts is encouraged to contact (954) 353-5955 or email director@insidersreview.org and they will be put in touch with the appropriate candidate or citizen leader. 

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Relief efforts continue.  On Sunday, Chad Lincoln organized a rally for Haiti with Ed Lynch and Robert Lowry.  Sansaricq and Postelnik continue to work on getting relief supplies into the country and on reuniting the boy who needed medical treatment with his mother.  Several other candidates have allowed their offices to become drop off locations for supplies, and more are in the works.

Mi-"Prime Rib and Politics" event sponsored by the UofM Flint College Repubs.Seating limited.RSVP GrandBlanc

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Subject: Prime Rib and Politics


Please check out the "Prime Rib and Politics" event sponsored by the U of M
Flint College Republicans. Seating limited. RSVP ASAP. Call coordinator
Dave Rozanski at 989-928-2921 to reserve a seat. Guests include Mike
Bishop, Cameron Brown, Anne Norlander, Paul Scott and many others. When:
Friday Jan. 29th, 2010, 6:30pm. Where: Woodfield Country Club, Grand
Blanc, MI. Tickets avail. for limited time only. Call Dave Rozanski
before Thursday to reserve a seat.....

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