April 5, 2010

Endorsement of Edward Lynch for Congress

So. Florida has an Opportunity to Send a Message to Washington on April 13th

Ed Lynch
On April 13th, a special election will be held in Florida's 19th Congressional District. The special election was created by the resignation of Democrat Congressman Robert Wexler who resigned on Jan 3, 2010 to become president of the Washington-based Center for Middle East Peace and Economic Cooperation. Wexlar was just another liberal congressman throwing his constituents overboard to secure a cushy job before getting booted from office in November 2010. Wexler, a moonbat who wanted to impeach Bush and Cheney, is now president of an org that funds trips for members of Congress and government officials to meet with Middle East leaders. Their stated goal is to encourage the "peaceful resolution" to the "Arab-Israeli conflict." Wonder if Wexler realizes the majority of Muslims opposed to Israel in the Middle East are not Arabs.

South Florida now has the opportunity to send a voice of the people to Washington, D.C. and  to keep that voice there in the Nov 2010 election. The present race is between Edward Lynch, a Republican conservative, and Ted Deutch, a proven liberal Democrat who has been avoiding numerous public appearances with Ed Lynch. The independent South Florida Tea Party is an organization that neither supports nor opposes candidates for public office.  However, they track the positions of candidates on issues, and they have issued a "Candidate Report Card" for the special election.

Based on a questionnaire, public records, and responses in newspapers and debates, they awarded grades to the two candidates. Ted Deutch (D) received a grade of "F" for being less than 60% willing to vote in agreement with his would be constituents values. Ed Lynch (R) received a grade of "A" for evidencing over 90% of the time that he would vote in line with the values of people of his district. Deutch identified that he would have supported the liberal agenda of "cap-and-trade bill,the carbon tax,the health care reform bill." Ed Lynch has opposed and would oppose these bills.

Ed Lynch supports reducing the federal deficit and the size of government, working toward a more equitable tax code, listening to constituents and working to restore trust in government. However, Deutch would not respond on these issues. Deutch has been part of the liberal establishment, and he evidently has no interest in changing the agenda of his party's leadership. If elected, Deutch would be ready to vote for Nancy Pelosi to remain Speaker of the House and would be supporting the Obama, Reid, Pelosi agenda.

After reviewing the South Florida Tea Party independent Candidate Report Card and reading the endorsements of Ed Lynch by our friend Major General Paul. E. Vallely, U.S. Army (Retired), and Brigadier General Jim Cash, USAF (Retired), America's Best Choice hereby endorses Edward Lynch (R) for US Congress to represent Florida District 19.

Tags: Endorsement, Florida, US House, US Congress, FL-19, District 19, special election, Edward Lynch, Ted Deutch.


Anonymous said...

BRAVO!! Go Lynch!!

regular gal said...

Ed Lynch is what we need at this time in our nation. He is someone who will not go along with the liberal democratic agenda.

Anonymous said...

Do you really think Ted will work for you if he's elected to Congress? Look at his FEC report and you'll see who he supports: SEIU, UAW, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Steny Hoyer and other big unions. If you want someone that will represent the PEOPLE of District 19, vote for EDWARD LYNCH! www.electlynch.com

Anonymous said...

Ed Lynch is the voice of the people.

Anonymous said...

Ed Lynch will fight to uphold the constitution, to me that is the prime quality of a political candidate