Sam Meas Signs Mass 5th Voter Contract!

Posted August 13th, 2010 by Iron Mike

Republican Candidate Sam Meas [a Reagan Republican] – running against Niki Pelosi Tsongas in the Mass 5th District has just scored a first in Massachusetts Republican Politics.  He has signed a Binding Contract with the Voters and the Citizens of the Mass 5th District. 

Hats off to Sam for this gutsy move!  In a world filled with buzzword rhetoric, slogans designed to obscure meaning and intent [i.e. Hope and Change], and outright lies,  Sam has made his contract with the voters in language simple and straightforward.  Citizens shouldn’t need an attorney or an accountant to understand what their Congressman is saying. 

Hey, you think Niki would sign a contract with you?  Nah, – unless of course you’re MoveON, SEIU, or ACORN.  Read Sam’s Contract

A Contract For Liberty And Constitutional Law

        WHEREAS, Freedom has as a requirement that it be reconsecrated in every generation; the Founders of our Nation pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor in another time of crisis;

        NOW I, SAM MEAS, hereby solemnly pledge to the Voters and Citizens of the Fifth Congressional District that, if I am elected by you to be your Congressman on November 2, 2010,  then I shall in my words, in my deeds,  in my intellect and in my will,  fight to champion the following ten principles:

 1.       I will strive to strengthen and defend the institution of the traditional Judeo-Christian family, as it, along with the God In Whom We Trust, is the foundation of America’s character and greatness as a nation.

 2.       I will be guided by the United States Constitution that nothing should be done by a larger and more complex organization which can be done as well by a smaller and simpler one.

 3.       I will observe a preferential option in favor of the private sector, that arena where the true strength, genius and prosperity of the American people reside.

 4.       I will wage a relentless war against waste and extravagance, treating taxpayers’ money as if it were my own.

 5.       I will wage relentless war against our complex and unfair Internal Revenue Code and work to replace with a revenue system that is at once simpler and far more fair.

 6.       On the matter of immigration, I will work to secure our borders and enforce our laws.

 7.       We have traditional allies and we must stand firmly with them. We must cultivate new friends and build free trade agreements.  We must oppose tyranny, crime, piracy, and thuggery wherever we encounter it. 

 8.       I will aggressively pursue a full-spectrum approach to America’s energy needs, one that will embrace conservation while utilizing all of the abundant resources with which our country has been blessed. 

 9.       I will read and understand every bill before I vote in support of it, and will insist that all bills be written in simple, lucid language that all citizens can understand.

10.    With the exception of bills that I deem vital to our national defense, I will oppose any legislation that increases either the Federal Budget or the Federal Deficit.

Sworn to and subscribed by me freely, without reservation or purpose of evasion, this  10th day of August 2010 on the hallowed ground before the Old North Bridge in Concord.  May Liberty long endure!

    /s/  Sam Meas

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Do I endorse Sam?  I sure do!  There are four Republicans running against Tsongas.  Any of them – even the guy who didn’t register or vote for 8+ years – would be far better than Tsongas.

Two are outstanding.  I like Sam best for several reasons. 

One is OK, just a little too academic and hard to understand.  And then there’s that non-voter..…  :^(

   /s/  Iron Mike
   Old Soldier, – Still Good for Parts!

Oh, and you Democrats, waiting on Niki’s contract with you?  No way!  Remember last year when she told the voters that she “had the best employer in the nation – the US Government”?  Remember that?  I do! She thinks she’s a government employee – not your Representative.

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