Carl Palidino tell me this is a lie: you donated to two of the worst politicians on the planet, Schumer and Clinton. According to Warren Redlich you gave $1000 to Chuck Schumer in 2009 and $4600 to Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign. That may be chump change to you but it still smells of the political class purchasing a little friendship. Tell me it’s a lie so I can set the record straight.
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Sadly, there are people who will argue that you have no right to defend your life and property. They claim to be peaceful people but in New York if you were to walk around with a tool capable of helping you protect yourself they would immediately call a man with a gun to come and threaten your life. See, the do-gooders don’t directly assault your right to self-defence they use government to do the job so that they can pretend to be peaceable. When you take the tools of self defence away from the law abiding citizens, you make possible the attacks of criminals.
What New York needs is Warren Redlich as governor. Without waffling, Warren, answers the Gun Rights Questionnaire. You can get his answers here. I’d like to see a governor of New York who actually follows Law, I don’t need a ‘leader’.
H/T Rich Cooper
If the Tea Party concept is going to have any success it will need to quickly put aside stale old GOP ways of the past. As Warren Redlich points out in his blog post, the GOP trots out their old corporate favourites that don’t stand a chance of beating an unpopular incumbent. The meaty middle of the electorate is casting aside the corporate controlled Left v. Right game and pushing for candidates that will actually represent the People and send the lobbyist packing. The GOP can try to get in front of this parade but if they don’t change their ways the People will be marching right past them.
Albany lawyer Warren Redlich anounced his candidacy for New York governor on Monday, Feb. 1st at 10am in the Legislative Correspondents Association Press Room in the Legislative Office Building.
I’m glad to hear Warren Redlich has decided to run for Governor of New York. It sounds like he has been convinced that support is in place for his campaign. I’m sure he will attract a lot of support from Tea Party activist looking for real small government candidates.