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Primary Challengers Circling Around Justin Amash

Matt Welch | Oct. 7, 2013 9:12 am

The Washington Post has an article today about primary challenges against House Tea Party conservatives, best exemplified by Liberty Movement darling Rep. Justin Amash (R-Grand Rapids):


Amash spokesman Will Adams told the Post, "We're not worried." More on the subject from Detroit News columnist Nolan Finley.



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We & I know Justin Amash is

We & I know Justin Amash is not taking his Congressional seat for granted. We do have to work for Rep. Amash's re-election, these article's about Amash are nothing new, there were so called "word" of establishment Republican circles saying there was no way Amash could win re-election when he endorsed Ron Paul & even further back saying Amash was too radical for U.S. Congress. Nolan Finley writes columns for establishment Republicans, if he didn't he would lose his job & it's the same for many writer's, columnist's in Michigan.

Brian Ellis

is expected to announce his candidacy at a press conference tomorrow.

more from Detroit News:

Ellis, meanwhile, has been promised all the money he’ll need from “a group of people who can give at robust levels,” according to one prominent west Michigan executive. Translation: The leading business and political names in Grand Rapids are backing Ellis’ bid, which he’s expected to announce formally next month.


They are going to use the

They are going to use the shutdown to vilify Tea Party/Liberty candidates.

The human race divides politically into those who want people to be controlled and those who have no such desire. - Heinlein

Fortify starting now.

Collectivist/socialist/establishment puppets will be supported and pushed against Justin Amash.

We should never be so naive as to think this would not be their response. Toppling America is their objective.

Stay strong and involved!

O U R P L A N = R O N P U A L (Coinsidence? I think not.)