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Replace Lindsey Graham

We got Rand elected against the powers that be. Now for $10 each, let's send Lindsey Graham into retirement. Yes, he did vote for the new internet tax.

http://richardcashforsenate.com

Email me directly at drmikevasovski@msn.com for more info on Richard Cash.




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I don't

see any information on what he thinks about the drug war, Taxes? The Federal/IRS Stance?

Most Christians are pro drug war. I'm a Christian and I am against it. Do I mean, go do drugs? No, I am not pro drugs. But to throw people in a cage or fine them is wrong. If they want to sin, go for it. It's should be your own choice.

And I don't mean marijuana when I say drug. God made marijuana. It is natural.

My main worries are the drugs man made.

You're joking right?

This guy sounds like Lindsey Graham Part II. Has anybody read what this guy stands for on "issues"? Check his own webpage for clues.

This guy reeks of neo-con! Liberty candidate he is NOT!

http://www.richard-cash-for-senate.com/the-issues/

Being

Against Gay Marriage & Abortion doesn't make him a Neo-Con.

if anything his stance on National Defense is kind of not explained very well and his stance could end up being real bad. Cyber Terror? geeez. I hate hearing that because they going to go after our Internet.

I guess nobody is going to beat Ron Paul when it comes to Taxes.
I loved when he said zero during the debate lol.

Aiding & Supporting Richard Cash

I have decided after searching this candidate I am going to aid and support Richard Cash as the person to replace US Senator Lindsay Graham. I urge others to educate themselves and back this candidate.

Is Tom Davis going to run against him in '14?

Some of you are saying he won't, when I was under the impression he was going to.

What makes you think he won't run?

Christian's viewpoint on Isreal could be considered Idolatry

What most Christians fail to realize, is that the Israelites are not God's people, they have nothing to do with God, God broke the covenant with them and made it with Christians.

-Neither Jew nor Gentile, Bond nor Free, No one comes through the Father except through Me. -Jesus

WE, the Christians, are God's people now, those who support Israel because they used to be called "God's people" are nothing more than a bunch of racists, who have no real understanding of Christianity.

I'm Christan

Why do a lot of you people bash us on here? Don't you know Ron Paul a Christian? I support Israel, but I do not support the leaders that run Israel. The Ten Commandments state this.

Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image
Thou shalt have no other gods before me

These meanings can relate to Presidents/Leaders as well.

Me, being Christian makes me not want any leader.

I also realize the Golden Rule. I got upset when they booed Ron Paul when he stated the Golden Rule. Because some people in those stands claim they are Christian which is sad.

I only get annoyed when people say Zionist! I researched it and yes I see where you guys are coming from. But you can't blame just them. They could very well be part of the problem but not the whole thing.

Folks, this is South Carolina...

... and any credible GOP Primary challenger to Sen. Graham is going to be a "Bible thumper" (FYI - I am one too). The questions to ask are: Is Richard Cash the right Bible thumper? Does he have the views to warrant our backing, and the likely support among Primary voters to get the job done? Would he be better than Tom Davis or Lee Bright, who each endorsed Ron Paul in 2012? But what if Davis and Bright don't run?

The 2014 Senate race in South Carolina is important. Looking ahead to 2016, Iowa and New Hampshire both set up very well for Rand Paul, who could plausibly head to South Carolina with the first two states in his win column. If the Neoconservatives are going to stop Sen. Paul, South Carolina will be the place to do it; having a Senator in place who will strongly support Paul should be an important priority for us.

In looking at the Issues page for Richard Cash, I see some good things:

Judicial Activism - "I will vote against nominees that have a track record of legislating from the bench, and I will vote for those who have a track record of respecting original intent and Constitutional limits."

Spending - "Our annual deficits and our total debt are unsustainable and have put us on the path to economic ruin. We must have a balanced budget approach that includes cuts to spending now, not fictitious and future cuts that never materialize. I support using the debt ceiling to force these cuts. I support economic growth by flattening and broadening the tax code, and I oppose the politics of class warfare that targets certain groups for tax hikes."

Jobs - "America has a free enterprise, opportunity based economy in which the government’s role should be that of a referee, not a player. There will be more jobs when we repeal burdensome regulations and programs like Obamacare... and encourage energy independence through market based policies, not crony capitalism."

The Constitution - "Congress must resist judicial activism and presidential imperialism. We must protect the right to bear arms and emphasize the free exercise of religion... We must guard against a police state and infringements upon personal liberty, including the use of new technology such as drones that could spy on private citizens. And we must reduce the size and scope of the Federal government according to the tenth amendment."

As others have pointed out, there are also some things that are not so good. More than anything, we need details to be filled in: Where does he stand on the Fed? Undeclared wars? The Patriot Act? The NDAA? Overall military spending? The Drug War? Who did he support in the 2012 South Carolina Presidential Primary?

Hopefully, over the next few months as the field solidifies, we can figure out who is the best choice and throw our support behind that candidate. What I do not want to see happen is a situation where there are 2 or 3 "Liberty" candidates in the field, such that none of them can gain any traction.

For the moment, let's keep our powder dry and consider our options with a clear head, Liberty patriots.

A Constitutional, Christian conservative who voted for Ron and stands with Rand

Is it still possible to draft Tom Davis?

The comments below are making me a little uneasy about this guy!

I am a proud libertarian Muslim.

Here are some awesome Islamic Libertarian links:

http://minaret.org

http://muslims4liberty.com

AND TO GET OFF THE NEOCON DRIVEL ABOUT MUSLIMS: http://loonwatch.com

As of right now

Tom Davis has said unequivocally NO.

Dr. Mike Vasovski
South Carolina Campaign Chairman, Ron Paul 2012
The SINGLE vote in the SC delegation for RP, GOP Convention, Tampa, FL
2010 Candidate, US Congress SC-03
Past Chairman, Aiken, SC County Tea Party

On his twitter account

He retweeted my post asking him to take Lindsey to the cleaners, and another similar one in the same day.

Maybe he still holds some ambivalence towards the idea!

So y'all might as well give it a shot and bomb him with requests... uh oh, I used the word bomb...gotta scram!

I am a proud libertarian Muslim.

Here are some awesome Islamic Libertarian links:

http://minaret.org

http://muslims4liberty.com

AND TO GET OFF THE NEOCON DRIVEL ABOUT MUSLIMS: http://loonwatch.com

No thanks. Not interested in

No thanks. Not interested in voting for Bible thumper.

C_T_CZ's picture

Yes, replace Graham. No, not with this guy...

Us Liberty Movement folks promote the principles of limited constitutional government, individual liberty, sound money, non-interventionist foreign policy, property rights, privacy rights, free markets, and fiscal responsibility.

These are non-negotiable principles. GOP is going in the wrong direction if they choose yet another politician ruled by religion. No matter how well intentioned, such politicians inevitably compromise against one or more of our Liberty principles due to conflicts with their religious beliefs.

I'm holding off on any donations until a Liberty minded challenger to Graham steps up to the plate.

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Plus he is a Christian

Plus he is a Christian Zionist: "We should stand with our allies, such as Israel, while avoiding conflicts and entanglements in which we have no vital national interest." I'm sorry, but when you think Israel is our ally, you will end up getting our nation into more unnecessary wars!

"Replace"...

wasn't the exact word I was thinking of.

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BC
Silence isn't always golden....sometimes it's yellow.

"The liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure, when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them." - Patrick Henry

probably the

nicest one though.

"The two weakest arguments for any issue on the House floor are moral and constitutional"
Ron Paul

Sigh. Another Christian

Sigh. Another Christian Zionist. He says we need to stand by our "ally Israel." How can so many Christians be so brain dead on this issue? Oh wait a minute, cause their attachment to Israel is "biblical." That's how. Moronic!

This is a great video

Clarifying the issue of Israel: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QYQO9GsDD8

A good way to defend your freedoms: www.libertymagazine.org

robot999's picture

I voted you up

and I'm a Christian. Please don't generalize - it makes you look "moronic".

"Government is the entertainment division of the military-industrial complex". - Frank Zappa

I am not generalizing. I

I am not generalizing. I specifically said Christian ZIONISTS! Not Christians in general.

What you are doing is omitting "Zionist" from the heading...

... and then including it in the "fine print" of your comment. Examples:

Heading: Sigh. Another Christian (Fine print: Sigh. Another Christian Zionist.)

Heading: Plus he is a Christian (Fine print: Plus he is a Christian Zionist...)

It's not really all that clever.

A Constitutional, Christian conservative who voted for Ron and stands with Rand

What are his views on foreign

What are his views on foreign policy? Seems like a Bible thumper to me.

Cash places his faith

clearly at the top of his priorities. He is a small business owner, has a degree in economics and promotes free market capitalism. I expect he will soon expand on his foreign policy views on his website.

I ran against Richard Cash in 2010 in an open seat Congressional race in South Carolina. He is very intelligent and disciplined man who listens and hopefully will incorporate the foreign policy principles of our founding fathers. Free trade, friendship with all nations, no entangling alliances is what we all hold as a benchmark for elected officials.

Dr. Mike Vasovski
South Carolina Campaign Chairman, Ron Paul 2012
The SINGLE vote in the SC delegation for RP, GOP Convention, Tampa, FL
2010 Candidate, US Congress SC-03
Past Chairman, Aiken, SC County Tea Party

Thank you for your insights...

... and for voting for Dr. Paul, Liberty patriot!

Do you know who Richard Cash supported in the 2012 South Carolina Presidential Primary? Thanks.

A Constitutional, Christian conservative who voted for Ron and stands with Rand

No

but I'll ask him and get back.

Dr. Mike Vasovski
South Carolina Campaign Chairman, Ron Paul 2012
The SINGLE vote in the SC delegation for RP, GOP Convention, Tampa, FL
2010 Candidate, US Congress SC-03
Past Chairman, Aiken, SC County Tea Party

Debbie's picture

Thank you Dr. Mike.

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Debbie