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Questions for Ricky Gill

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Posted: Saturday, September 22, 2012 12:00 am

This is an open letter to aspiring representative Ricky Gill.

Sir, you are in opposition to the philosophy and politics of the current representative supposedly attending to business in our behalf at U.S. House of Representatives.

While it is true that every official, from the smallest civic arena to the presidency, usually takes an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, unfortunately few give it more than lip service. It is this reckless disregard of that august document that has gotten us into the dire straits in which we find ourselves. That is mainly why we find ourselves with an enemy of the nation currently in the White House. In short, our nation is in dire straits as that occupant of the White House disseminates his leftist decrees via Executive Orders minus any advice and consent of the U.S. Congress, both Houses.

So it is incumbent that any elected official hereafter be held to a strict adherence and practice to the tenets of our U.S. Constitution. So I have four questions to put before you for a solemn promise of adherence. These are each a solid "yes or no"-type question for which I am asking your pledge. My support for you depends on your answers and compliance to the principles embodied in these questions.

1. Are you willing to promise to adhere to the limits imposed on your actions and subsequent votes according to the articles of the U.S. Constitution?

2. Are you ready and able to take those measures to reduce taxes, at every opportunity, on a public so taxed as to stifle growth and expansion of private and free enterprise in our nation?

3. Are you ready to take a solid and unequivocal stance against the legislation known in the public arena as Obamacare; and are you ready to take a position and actions for its complete abolition?

4. Are you ready to pledge to reduce governmental spending by at least 10 percent a year until the national debt is obliterated each and every year you are in the National Congress?

Neal Welsh


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