Friday, January 11, 2008

Human Events "Reagan's Favorite Paper" Endorses Fred

From Human Events:

We begin by recalling the profound words of Ronald Reagan at the Conservative Political Action Conference Feb. 15, 1975: “A political party cannot be all things to all people. It must represent certain fundamental beliefs which must not be compromised to political expediency or simply to swell its numbers.” We believed that then, and we believe it now. The issue for us -- and for the conservative community -- boils down to which of the candidates is most representative of the fundamental conservative principles we believe in. The answer is Fred Thompson.


We make this endorsement on the basis of much research, having interviewed Sen. Thompson and some of his opponents, as well as examining what they have all said and done. We conclude that Thompson is a solid conservative whose judgment is grounded in our principles.

Read the entire article at the link. Human Events goes on to describe each candidate, as well as going in depth on Fred's record.

This is a major endorsement for Fred. I hope he can run with it. He needs to start catching on fast.

Win, Fred, Win

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