Political arrows

To the Editor,

As a supporter of Glenn Grothman for Congress, I am always interested in the reasons, supplied by the opposing campaigns, why you should not vote for Glenn. I most often hear (Joe) Leibham’s supporters surmise that Glenn’s views and statements could be discredited by the political opposition. That would mean that their candidate must be unwilling to challenge any of the conventional wisdom out of fear of being harangued by the demagogues supporting the Democrat Party.

That is exactly the reason why I am supporting Glenn Grothman and not (Duey) Stroebel or Leibham. This is one of the few elections where we have the opportunity to send to Congress a person who will do what is right based upon conservative principles. He will speak honestly of the welfare mess even though it might be reported that he hates mothers and children; he will demand difficult and needed reforms to the educational system even if Democrats label him as anti-education; and he will discuss the negatives of affirmative action and risk being labeled a racist or waging a “war on women.” There is no doubt that Glenn is not afraid to take the political arrows. Indeed, he was the one person who was consistently relied upon to provide the conservative leadership in the state senate.

There is political risk in opposing political correctness but there is more risk in forever dodging these issues for fear of being criticized. This country is awash in slick politicians who would rather avoid conflict than to cut spending or challenge the liberal narrative. When Glenn Grothman goes to Washington, you will find him standing up for conservative principles, not waiting to determine which way the political winds are blowing.

Dennis Gasper
Plymouth
Vice Chairman of the Sheboygan County Republican Party.
Note: This is not an endorsement of Glenn Grothman by the
Republican Party.


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Last night, as I approached
Submitted by wdl@lammers.us on Thu, 2014-07-31 07:51.
Last night, as I approached Plymouth High School to attend the debate. I encountered Jacki Jarvis passing out campaign literature. I asked her how she could run for office as a Republican after having sign a petition to recall Gov. Walker. She had no answer. Bill Lammers Plymouth, WI
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