THE 2012 LIBERTY LIST—PETE HOEKSTRA FOR U.S. SENATE IN MICHIGAN

Who would have thought just four years ago that Republicans could win elections in Michigan against Democrat incumbents? But two years ago it happened in offices from the U.S. House of Representatives to Governor. Now Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow is challenged by former Republican Congressman Pete Hoekstra, the race is tied and momentum is on Pete Hoekstra’s side.

Pete Hoekstra was born in Netherlands and emigrated with his parents to the United States at age three. They became proud American citizens and settled in Holland Michigan. In 1992 Pete, facing formidable odds, ran against a sitting Republican “moderate” Congressman and won. It would be accurate to call him the original “Tea Partier” or, better yet, Pete Hoekstra was Tea Party before Tea Party was cool.

Pete served 18 years in the House of Representatives. He established a very conservative voting record and, refreshingly, a reputation for ignoring political correctness. Pete has a unique and effective way of contrasting his stand on the issues with Senator Stabenow. Go to the page. It won’t take long. You’ll learn a lot. The issues are: Spending, Abortion, Budget, Conservative Ideology, Liberal Ideology, Guns, Labor, Social, and National Security/Foreign Policy. Here is how it looks:

Pete Hoekstra is not just on the Liberty List, he is on America’s candidate for Vice President Paul Ryan’s list, “I hope you’ll send Pete Hoekstra to help save this country.” Take a Look:

Join me in supporting Pete Hoekstra and his campaign. As always, pray for Pete Hoekstra, his family and the entire campaign team. Then, like me, contribute to this key effort in our restoration of America. If you live in Michigan, get active and help make history. Thank you.

About Richard Johnson

Richard Johnson: a mature Christian who understands the sweep of history, the unique role of America and these times clearly and precisely.
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