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Sen. DeMint stresses importance of Saturday’s Primary
posted January 18, 2008
This Saturday many of us will head to the polls to vote in South
Carolina's Republican Primary. Every four to eight years our state
plays a critical role in choosing our party's nominee for President. We
must not forget that with this power comes great responsibility.
Our nation is at critical moment in its history, and the future of the
conservative movement is at stake. There are many things each of us
needs to look for in our next President. We need a man who has
executive leadership experience in order to face the many challenges to
our nation's security and prosperity.
The Congressional Favor-Factory continues to pump out billions of
dollars in wasteful spending while our national debt spirals out-of-con
trol. Our next President must bring solutions to the problems facing
Social Security, the increased cost of healthcare, and immigration.
Washington experience is the problem, not the solution. We cannot
afford to have a President who has fought for amnesty for illegal
immigrates, voted against the Bush Tax Cuts, and curtailed our First
Amendment rights in the ill-conceived campaign finance legislation.
I urge you to watch
this video about the qualities I believe our next
President must possess in order to revive the Reagan Coalition. We've
come a long way since 1994. But all of our hard work will be in vain if
we fail to make the right decision in the voting both this Saturday.
We must bring change to our nation, and this year change will begin
with South Carolina.
Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC)
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