I understand where you are coming from. In a more perfect world, with a less large government state, the possibilities would be different.
We must go from where we are today with the realities as they are to where we want to be.
Elections are about choices, while I may not be exactly what you are looking for, if you are conservative then I am the better choice by far.
If you are liberal and want a bigger more controlling and expensive government vote for the other guy.
Whether you or anyone in this district likes it, on Weds Nov 3rd we will wake up with a new state senator. There are only two choices.
Liberals understand this very well and always support the more liberal candidate. Conservatives should do the same in the opposite direction.
It takes time to make real change and change the direction of a leftist government.
State Senate - Candidate
A True Fiscal Conservative and Republican
From: Doug Huffman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, October 23, 2010 10:17 AM
To: R - Candidate
Subject: Re: Answer
Sorry, I am not a proponent of legal arms as an indulgence of state privilege. What we have now is better than permission from the state.
To me, "fiscal conservatism" should bar creation of an ever larger bureaucracy to administer a right as a privilege of the state.
On 10/23/2010 09:16,
> > Hi Doug,
> > I will do what I can to move concealed carry forward. I voted for it in the Assembly and will again in the Senate.
> > Sorry for late reply I am very busy. Always feel free to get in touch. Can you help with our efforts to get elected?
> > State Senate - Candidate
> > Let's Get Wisconsin Working Again! A True Fiscal Conservative and Republican