Blogs 4 Brownback

March 14, 2007

Janet Folger Is at It Again!

Filed under: Election 2008,Media,Polling Data,Pro-Life,Sam Brownback — Psycheout @ 10:44 pm

I referenced Faith2Action president Janet Folger earlier in my post “War of the RINOs.” She has a new straw poll and, like the CPAC poll, it looks good for Sam Brownback.

Before I get to the results, however, check this:

The pro-life movement has been toiling in the trenches and delivering the vote. We have come to the place where, absent yet another in a series of betrayals, we are ONE seat away from a Supreme Court that will allow us to end the practice of infant execution.

Is now really the time to sell-out our pro-life principles?

The correct answer is a resounding “NO!” Janet is definitely one to watch. She is once again spot on. What I really like about this poll is that the results are virtually RINO-free. Observe:

1. Tancredo – 96 votes, 24.4 percent
2. Paul – 95 votes, 24.2 percent (not bad for someone who wasn’t even listed)
3. Brownback – 70 votes, 17.8 percent
4. Hunter – 52 votes, 13.2 percent
5. Huckabee – 41 votes, 10.4 percent
6. Gingrich – 17 votes, 4.3 percent
7. Keyes – 5 votes, 1.3 percent
8. Thompson – 3 votes, 0.8 percent
9. Romney – 3 votes, 0.8 percent (see above)
10. Santorum – 2 votes, 0.5 percent

Although I don’t know enough about Tom Tancredo to throw my support behind him, Ron Paul is an excellent conservative. I’m always impressed by him. But I think he is needed in the Congress.

The one man I know we should throw our support behind is our man Sam Brownback.

Read the whole thing at World Net Daily.

— Psycheout


  1. Janet Folger sounds like a smart broad. Thanks for introducing me to her.

    Comment by Anti-Media — March 15, 2007 @ 1:15 am | Reply

  2. Interesting poll, I’ll cross reference it on my own site. Good for Brownback. Tancredo’s big thing I believe is the immigration issue, at which he and Brownback differ. Don’t know a lot about Rep. Paul, but from what I hear, he is excellent.

    Comment by Noonan — March 15, 2007 @ 2:19 pm | Reply

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