Sistuh Act - Angela McGlowan Announces Run for Congress

Monday, February 8, 2010

Just as I predicted, Angela McGlowan is going to shake up Washington! I am so excited that she has decided to take her great love for country and enthusiastic support for conservatism to Washington, DC. She hopes to represent her state of Mississippi in Congress. If anyone can cause a stir in DC, it's McGlowan.

Make no mistake: a Black Republican woman in Congress will cause Liberal heads to spin off their necks. They will go after her fiercely in an attempt to put her in "her place"--and we all know where the far-Left believes that place to be for both women and anyone Black. Nobody's going to put Angela McGlowan any place she doesn't want to be, however.

Go get 'em, Angela!

Here's the press release and, as you can see, she does not mince words about her conservative agenda:

PRESS RELEASE – Angela McGlowan’s Anti-Incumbent Campaign Takes Off

Angela McGlowan Kicks Off Campaign for Congress

“Massachusetts was just the beginning, let the rebellion in the House of Representatives start right here in Mississippi”

Oxford, MS – Oxford native, author, and former Fox News Political Analyst, Angela McGlowan kicked off her campaign today in Mississippi’s first congressional district to take back the peoples’ seat in Congress and safeguard it against entrenched, incumbent career politicians. During her 5-city, 5-day tour of the district, McGlowan will visit with Mississippians in Oxford, Corinth, Tupelo, Columbus and Hernando.

McGlowan is the conservative pro-life, pro-gun, pro-small business Mississippi Republican who, at TEA Parties in Tupelo, Hernando and Memphis, has taken a high profile stand for working families against the liberal policies of President Barack Obama, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, that promote big government spending, record national debt and excessive levels of taxation.

“In Massachusetts, the people rose up and reclaimed their seat in the U.S. Senate in an election that’s been compared to “the shot heard around the world,” stated McGlowan. “But that was just the beginning, let the rebellion in the House of Representatives start right here in Mississippi.

“From Oxford to Columbus, Hernando to Tupelo, we will take back the peoples’ seat in Congress and safeguard it against entrenched, incumbent career politicians. Together, we will declare to Barack Obama, and liberal incumbent politicians throughout Washington, D.C.: no more taxpayer funded bailouts of irresponsible banks, insurance companies and automakers that have already added over a trillion dollars to our national debt, no more taxpayer funded ‘stimulus’ bills, chalk-full of wasteful government spending, no more job killing, multi-trillion dollar tax increases.

“Instead, I will fight to balance the budget, significantly cut our national debt, lower taxes on working families, enact policies that reward small businessmen and women for daring to be the economic engine, job creator and backbone of our local communities, and make sure children get the education they deserve because education and economic development go hand in hand.

“And, let me be clear, no one will defend and promote our conservative Mississippi values more vigorously. You can depend on me to protect the precious right to life of the unborn, preserve the sanctity of traditional marriage, defined as the union between one man and one women, defend law-abiding gun owners from of each and every attempt by liberals in government to infringe on their Constitutional right to keep and bear arms, and help make your families secure in the face of radical Islamic terrorists sworn to the destruction of our Judeo Christian values by any means necessary.”

Click here to read the blog post I published Saturday, which includes my view of Ms. McGlowan, my prediction about her run for Congress, and the video of her Tea Party speech in Nashville this past weekend.

3 comments:

Whitney The Pipsqueak February 8, 2010 at 8:57 PM  

Wow! This is excellent news! I certainly hope she wins. Wouldn't it be awesome if Sarah endorsed her? :)

John in Massachusetts,  February 9, 2010 at 5:53 AM  

Outstanding! I was looking for another fight after we took Scott Brown over the finish line. Now I see the lady. I want her. Money talks in politics but a people to people campaign wins elections.

M.B.,  February 9, 2010 at 2:32 PM  

Go, Angela, go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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