Blogs 4 Brownback

July 7, 2007

Look Out Iowa: Here Comes Sam Brownback

Filed under: Election 2008,Sam Brownback — Psycheout @ 1:20 pm

There are a lot of naysayers who want you to believe Sam Brownback, the principled conservative Republican, doesn’t have a prayer. But he does. And his prayer (and ours) will be answered.

While the RINO front-runners rest on their laurels and sleep at night on large piles of dirty money, Sam Brownback continues to run a traditional grassroots campaign as primary season approaches.

Here’s a snapshot of what is happening in Iowa:

More than 50 religious conservatives in Iowa will lead an effort to persuade Republicans to support presidential candidate Sam Brownback of Kansas.

In a statement, Brownback said the conservatives “share my goal to rebuild the family and renew the culture” and could play an important role in his bid for the GOP nomination.

Chuck Hurley, a former state legislator and a leader among the state’s religious conservatives, will head Brownback’s “Faith and Family” committee. Hurley heads the conservative Iowa Family Policy Center, but he stressed that role is separate from his efforts for Brownback, with whom he has ties that date back to college days in Kansas.

“I don’t want to overstate it, but some of these are pretty well known in their circles of faith leaders,” Hurley said. “It really does give Sam a boost.”

Read the whole thing. Don’t let the MSM or paid commenters who try to downplay Brownback’s efforts and his chances. They are liars whose only goal is to keep the status quo until election day. As long as Brownback supporters do not listen to these lies and are not disheartened by the propaganda there is still a very good chance of getting a great President into the White House.

Support Senator Brownback for President: he’s the only rational choice for social conservatives. Do not be fooled by the MSM favorites: they are pretenders and certainly no conservatives.

— Psycheout


  1. WOW! More than 50?

    Comment by Salmo — July 7, 2007 @ 1:24 pm | Reply

  2. Within four minutes, Salmo rushes in to prove my point about paid saboteurs. Salmo apparently is hanging on our every word, on a saturday, no less, to be first in line to attack any good news about Sam Brownback.

    Now why would that be?

    How much are they paying you, Sal?

    Comment by Psycheout — July 7, 2007 @ 1:29 pm | Reply

  3. Actually, I have a cold, so I’m not doing much of anything besides fartin’ around on the internet and half-paying attention to the first Harry Potter movie. Not one of the better ones, by the way. Annnnyway, I wish I could get paid for this. Or anyone could. Must be a nice job.

    Comment by Salmo — July 7, 2007 @ 1:53 pm | Reply

  4. That’s the thing with Psycheout and the other ultra-rights: they don’t understand the middle ground. To them, you’re either the perfect Christian pro-American Pat Boone incarnate, or you’re an insane “helioleftist” “Islamofascist” gremlin who is paid by the worldwide government conspiracy to discredit them.

    They don’t seem to get that post people are just that, people, with no greater political aims or goals. It makes it easier for them to justify themselves if they believe the entire world is trying to kill them for their lofty goals.

    Comment by Adam Nelson — July 7, 2007 @ 2:38 pm | Reply

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