From an article on Marc Montoni’s “FreeVirginia” blog:
From a release by Paul Truesdell, chairman of the Florida Whig Party:
“I understand that mine is but one voice, but perhaps when united in a national chorus of discontent against those who would willingly deny you and I as Americans, access to our natural public resources, foundations to governmental entities and asserted councils can better understand how such radical anti-fishing rhetoric is truly impacting the cultural heritage and traditions of our vital coastal infrastructure and refusing us our basic human rights as established under the public trust doctrine.”
The Tea Party, to which I follow closely, is not a political party, nor is it looking to form a third political party any time soon, as stated on their web site but we as The Florida Whigs, will be, upon election, that third party to which will be the conscience of the other two, in forming a bond to the Red, White and Blue.… Read more ...
Press release sent to firstname.lastname@example.org:
According to U.S. Senate candidate Alex Snitker, the recent tensions between Turkey and Israel underscore the need for America to return to the non-interventionist foreign policy that we embraced during the first century after our founding.
Snitker is the Florida Libertarian competing with Governor Charlie Crist, Marco Rubio and Kendrick Meek for the U.S.… Read more ...