“Thank You, Robert Hurt”

Published July 30, 2013

Published June 14, 2013 in The Farmville Herald Editor; Thank you Robert Hurt for representing me! I may not be a “0.1 percenter” but I sure want to work and save like one. I want to be able to give my children and their children the values of self-government and liberty. I do not believe we can give those ideas without living them. One of the reasons it has been difficult to create class warfare in America is because there is no shame in being poor as long as you work hard and are honest. I am responding to Mr. […]

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The Dems Agree with Mitt Romney: We Shouldn’t Be Satisfied With Obama’s Performance

Published October 20, 2012

This new video ad from the Republican Party reminds us that President Obama recommended, in 2009, that his presidency should be “one-term” if he didn’t turn the economy around. The video shows Obama, along with other top Democrat Party leaders, agreeing (with Mitt Romney) that their party hasn’t solved the economic crisis. This, despite Obama’s nearly four years in office, including two years (2009-2010) in which Democrats controlled all three branches of the Federal Government.   In the next video (taken from the recent presidential debate at Hofstra University), Mitt Romney reminds us that President Obama has not accomplished any […]

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Reader Supports Mitt Romney – By Robb Koether

Published September 29, 2012

This letter was published in The Farmville Herald on Wednesday, September 19, 2012.  We have added in-text links to supporting documentation for several  of Mr. Koether’s statements. Editor, The Herald: The theme of the president’s campaign seems to be “He deserves a second chance.” For the life of me, I cannot see why. I will not list the many broken promises from his 2008 campaign. I am sure that most readers are well familiar with them. (Remember Gitmo?) Instead, I will focus on just one of them. The president promised to cut the deficit in half during his first term. […]

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Meeting Notes: Sep 25, 2012

Published September 26, 2012

This was an inspirational meeting, with important election-day planning and brief but important presentations. Delegate Scott Lingamfelter – a retired U.S. Army colonel – spoke from the heart about the vital importance of the upcoming election to the preservation of our nation’s founding principles. He reminded us of the courage displayed on the Normandy beachhead on D-Day in 1944, and called us to display similar courage in the days ahead, with the goal of establishing a new beachhead: one of restoring the Founders’ vision.  He imagined his grandchildren asking him one day, “Granddad, what did you do during The Great […]

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