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reminded us that on July 14, the district 6 election will take place and those folks that live in district 6 should go vote for Phil Williams. He also supports Mo Brooks for Congressional District 5 in 2010.Les Phillip
also running for Congressional District 5 in 2010 made these remarks:
On Illegal Aliens:
I have no tolerance of anyone who thinks they can cut in line.
On the Constitution:
The Constitution is NOT a living document. It is the document by which ALL LAWS must adhere.
On his service in the Navy:
I took an oath to the Constitution, not a governor, lieutenant, or the President.
On insane liberals in Washington:
Put those people where they belong: in the nut house!
Sergiy Braylyan told us about socialized medicine in the former USSR he had to endure when he lived there. He made the following remarks:
In the USSR, you had to bring all your medicines and equipment to the hospital before they would admit you. Otherwise, you were stuck on the government provided care which had waiting lists and never resulted in real care. Meanwhile, Government officials were taken to special hospitals that were well supplied with medicine and equipment, the vast majority of which was foreign.
Sergiy concluded his remarks with this:
Socialistic medicine is not sustainable. Utopias do no exists, therefore the road to Socialism is a road to nowhere.
Linda Lawrence spokesperson for Huntsville Community Rights made the following remarks:
The Colonists are to the British what the middle class is to the government today.
Huntsville Community Rights and other like-minded groups opposing housing authorities across the country need to stand together to first change State and then Federal law.
Linda concluded with this:
We need more responsible parents, not more government relocation.
Vincent Kreul urged us all to call our Congress-people as often as we could until they started listening to us and representing our interests.