Karen with Gov. Pawlenty in New Hampshire
According to GOP leaders, it is just fine to endorse a candidate who agrees with the party 80% of the time over a candidate who aligns completely with the principles of the party. The 20% of the equation that gets left out is almost always LIFE. The sanctity of life is a fundamental principle not just of our party but of our constitutional republic.
It is our society's respect for life which has made us the longest surviving constitutional republic in the history of the world. The path away from life is a slippery slope toward a host of moral problems that weaken the fabric of our society and will inevitably lead to collapse. That is why there can be no bending on this issue. No more 80% Republicans!
The above pictures show a great scene of the GOP and one remarkable man in particular, Tim Pawlenty; however, this is not necessarily where you will find the most true conservative Republicans. You find the true Republicans among your neighbors, friends, family and co-workers.
This is why, we as a campaign will be stepping up the number of events that will reach the every day conservative who values founding principles (INCLUDING life) rather than just the 80% Republicans.
Starting Friday we will be going door-to-door in Bedford. This will be the first in a series to be scheduled. We will also be announcing Town Hall meetings throughout the state.
Also, this week we will be filming the first in a large series of fireside chats - Judy Mason on family and values, David Murotake on education, Robert Jursik on how to bring business into the state and Cynthia Mailhot on jobs. Please let me know if you are interested in doing another topic!
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A Precise Diagnosis
What People Are Saying...
"All three Republican candidates for Governor correctly identify themselves as economically conservative, defending free markets and seeking to limit the size and intrusiveness of government. Only one candidate, however, precisely diagnoses the fundamental flaw in all State economic policies: their effects on New Hampshire's families.
And so Karen Testerman alone can effectively implement their remedy.
It is natural to encounter politicians who will fret over the raw accounting for the welfare state, but only to the point of satisfying the government's bean-counting. For decades, the New Hampshire family has been forced to resist assaults, the result of aggressive liberal agendas and passive complicity within the GOP.
They are strained attempting to pay higher taxes and fees. Many of them collapse trying to afford homes and transportation, education for their kids and groceries for their table. The New Hampshire family's very existence is threatened by the expansion of no-fault divorce, abortion, and legal recognition of homosexual marriage. There is virtually no area of family endeavor left untouched by the progressive ideology.Karen Testerman will take all the necessary steps to roll back these statist policies but is the only Republican who will act from a family-first perspective.
For Karen, statecraft is indeed "soul-craft," and defending our traditions and virtues must be among our highest priorities. Thus, her candidacy becomes especially critical. Bean-counters - and voters - ignore her diagnosis at their peril."
Robert F. Jursik
Karen speaks to crowd at NH event
Wednesday, July 14, 7pm - 9pm
Seacoast Republican Women Gubernatorial Debate
Portsmouth Public Libray, 175 Parrott Ave, Portsmouth
Door to Door in Bedford
Friday, July 16, 2010
Karen will be going door to door in Bedford, NH
Meet the Candidates and Cook-out
Saturday, July 17, 2010 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Rockingham County GOP Meet the Candidates and Cook-out
Brentwood Recreation Area and Community Center Complex, 190 Calef Highway (Route 125), Brentwood
Events include opportunity for candidates to speak, a straw poll, and an Expo. Tickets $10 per person, $25 per family
Open House at Plymouth Regional Senior Center
Sunday, July 18, 3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Plymouth Regional Senior Center, 8 Depot St., Plymouth
Contact: Bob Decker 536-1204
The 100th Anniversary of the Boston and Maine Railroad Station currently known as The Plymouth Regional Senior Center
Interview at WKXL
Monday, July 19, 10:15 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
37 Redington Rd., Concord
Contact: Chris in newsroom 603-225-5521
Hampton Rotary Club Breakfast
Tuesday, July 20, 7:15 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Ashworth by the Sea Hotel, 295 Ocean Blvd, Hampton Beach
Tuesday, July 20, 2010 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Hooksett Library, 1701B Hooksett Rd., Hooksett
Karen speaks at 7 PM. Following meeting, attendees are invited to Bob Thinness' house 58 Lindsay Road (top of Campbell Hill) for a post meeting with refreshments and continuation of discourse
Meet the Candidates
Manchester Republican Committee
Wednesday, July 21, 7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
NH Institute of Politics St. Anselm College
Send questions to: email@example.com