Saturday, May 17, 2014

Mark Reed for the CA-30th

The San Fernando Valley needs a conservative resurgence.
Mark Reed
I am all for supporting the conservative candidate who is the most electable, but I also believe that supporting the conservative up front makes him more electable, too.
Every conservative, every Republican, needs to stand for something or end up falling for everything.

I endorsed Susan Shelley for the special election 45th seat.

She was consistent, competent, and connected. She still is, and if she wins the Top Two to take down Dababneh, she's got my support (I can't vote for her, since I live in the calm and cool South Bay)

For the 30th Congressional race, I have decided to focus on conservative as well as electable.

That choice for me is Mark Reed.

He has run for office before in the region. He reached out to me for an endorsement.

He is pro-life and pro-marriage, as well as pro fiscal prudence.

From his website:


I believe marriage is between a man and a woman. States should be free to make their own laws in this area, so long as they reflect the people’s will as expressed through them directly, or as expressed through their elected representatives.


I’m pro-life. However, in the cases to save the mother’s life, rape, and incest that decision should be left up to the mother and her family in consultation with her doctor. I also believe there are good people on both sides of the issue and we should work together to support birth control and adoption as a preferred alternative to abortion.

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Brad Sherman
Finally, another Valley politician not afraid to stand for life and family. These values matter, and in no wise constitute and immoral or intolerant "War on Women" as the Los Angeles Daily News attempted to paint the issue.            

I am interested in bold colors and candidates with full conviction.

I do not dismiss individuals who have strong opinions otherwise, but we need real-deal conservatives to give people a real deal.

At this point, I want to endorse candidates who line up with my views as much as possible.

Even former Congressman Howard Berman (who lost to Sherman in 2012) supports Mark Reed. What is the world coming to? Now Democrats are waking up and supporting Republicans? It's about time!

As for Brad Sherman, he painted the Government shut-down as far worse than it actually turned out to be.

This guy voted for Obamacare. That is reason enough to remove him from office.

I want to get into this, and I endorse Mark Reed for Congress. On June 3rd, vote for Mark Reed!

"You wanna get into this?!"


  1. He is not "pro-marriage"--if so, he'd support same-sex marriage. Then he'd actually BE "pro-marriage", and not an anti-gay bigot.

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  3. Reed is a bigot.