Tag Archives: Randy Brogdon
“Ah consensus … the process of abandoning all beliefs, principles, values and policies in search of something in which no one believes, but to which no one objects; the process of avoiding the very issues that have to be solved, merely because you cannot get agreement on the way ahead. What great cause would have […] Continue reading
Sandra Crosnoe says, “As most of you know who read here, I am active with R3publicans and was an original founding member and serve on the policy board as such. The policy on our released endorsements is that if we do not have consensus, we do not endorse in a race, so the list is rather short and here is the link for Oklahoma R3publicans Endorsements for 2010 which went out this weekend. My personal picks and thinking are below with links to their sites (the ones I know) for more information as desired:”
I met Nathan Dahm a year ago at the Freedom 21 Conference in Oklahoma City while conducting interviews for A New America. My friend, Sandra Crosnoe, spoke very highly of him. She was hoping at that time that he would run for the U.S. Congressional seat in District 1. Upon meeting Nathan, I found him […] Continue reading
I’m in Nebraska.
Why do I care what happens in the Oklahoma primary election on July 27?
While I do have a number of friends and contacts there, that is not what drives my concern. I have come to believe that Oklahoma is at the tip of a spear that for so many reasons, is pointing […] Continue reading
She told A.P. no tax cuts until “we grow our economy and we are back on track”
For Immediate Release
Brogdon for Governor Continue reading
Fallin says deceptive and misleading, KOTV said it s the truth!
(Oklahoma City) — In an attempt to divert attention away from Rep. Mary Fallin’s Bailout Vote, The Fallin Campaign falsely characterizes the Compromise Ad as misleading and untrue.
“The ad speaks specifically to the key differences between my opponent and me” says Brogdon. The premise of the ad is that Rep. Fallin too often compromises core values in the name of political expediency. We point out in our ad, three instances where those compromises were very bad. Continue reading