Candidate runs for governor on Constitution

Brogdon seeks to reform Oklahoma by restoring limited government
Posted: September 22, 2009

By Jerome R. Corsi

Oklahoma Republican state Sen. Randy Brogdon has decided to run for governor on a platform that stresses limited government and a return to the principles of the Tenth Amendment.

Brogdon’s main opponent in the July 2010 Republican gubernatorial primary in Oklahoma is expected to be Republican Rep. Mary Falin

“The restitution of our constitutional liberties is the central theme of my campaign,” Brogdon told WND. “I recognize that the elimination of our freedom is alive and well in the United States, and my goal as governor would be to stand against an over-reaching and tyrannical federal government that is reaching into the lives of Oklahomans right now.”

Echoing themes heard in town hall meetings and tea party protests, Brogdon has campaigned hard against Obama administration trillion-dollar federal deficit spending and bailouts of the auto and financial services industries that Brogdon sees as attacks on the free enterprise system itself.

“The Obama administration and the Democratic Congress in Washington have created a generational federal debt that our children may never be able to pay off,” he said.

“I’m calling for restoration. I want the values of our founding fathers restored in the heart of every Oklahoman and American that loves liberty and is willing to defend it.”

Dr. Corsi’s article continues here.

CAJ note: Remember, each of us needs to support those candidates from across the nation that we believe demonstrate an adherence to the Constitution of the United States (regardless of which political party they are in) and a regard for the liberty of the people they aspire to lead.

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