Support Holly Rehder

As Conservatives, Libertarians, Constitutionalists, we ask those we support in the Missouri Legislature to make their votes based on principle and what is best for the long term health of the state.

We ask them to take that stand in the face of Party backlash, Union backlash, or other Special Interest backlash.

In the 148th district, we have a pillar of self-governance who HAS taken that principled stand for which we ask.

In two of the major votes of the year, Holly Rehder stood by her principles and voted against the party line.  She voted against the MoDOT Sales Tax Increase and she voted against the Boeing Bribe.

But, where she has really stood by principle and incurred the wrath of the Special Interests is in her push to pass the Paycheck Protection Act… …requiring unions to gain the annual approval of their members before deducting dues from their paychecks.

I know; giving the power back to the individual; crazy, right?!?! (sarcasm)

As expected, the union special interests are lining up against her and asking their members to cross the line from the Democrat voter roles and cast a vote against Holly in the Republican Primary Election.  See the attached letter send to union members.

Tea Party does not endorse candidates, so I would like to make this personal request to all of you even though I know you are 100% busy.  If you live in the 148th district, please Please PLEASE go out and vote for Holly on August 5th.  For the rest of us, if you have any Time, Talent or Treasure you can send Holly’s way, you would be doing a service to all Missourians in helping keep this pillar of self-governance in the halls of the House in Jefferson City.

See the attached file from Union Leaders admonishing their members to momentarily toss aside their Democrat principles and vote in the Republican Primary…

Rehder – Union Letter – 20140805

Thank you!

 

Brian Bollmann

Hello Newman

By John McMillen:

The typical response from statist politicians when someone pierces the lies in their political rhetoric, with truth and accurate analogies, is to personally attack the one who does so. Only 10 percent of “perception” is objective substantive reality, or truth. Holly Rehder told her constituents the truth about Jay Nixon. She does not need any admonishment from a biased liberal Stacey Newman, state representative of the 87th District, 120 miles removed from Holly’s district.

Jay Nixon indeed has withheld $600 million in education funding since 2009 to create a negative situation he can blame republicans for. “Tax ’em out of business liberals” like Nixon and Stacey Newman know the news media won’t condemn them for their lies. They rely heavily on emotional fear inducing rhetoric and misrepresentations to deceive citizens with their purposeful lies designed to demonize their political opponents. Just say: “Republicans want to throw Granny off the cliff, destroy education funding, and hurt the poor,” and you’ll get a favorable press eagerly amplifying those words to solidify the misconception beneficial to liberals.

State Rep. Stacy Newman should apologize for playing the “Holocaust Card” and Jay Nixon should apologize for lying to us. Any Jewish citizen who truly suffered under Hitler will tell you it all began when a public sentiment of hate and loathing was created against them by Hitler’s false propaganda machine. They’d be the first to warn you about the injustice of letting designing, deceitful politicians form a general consensus of ill will toward you with false assertions.

JOHN McMILLEN, Sikeston, Mo.