View Full Version : There is another!-US senate candidate Clint Didier candidate in WA state.

06-26-2010, 02:58 PM
The liberty/patriots coalition in Washington at the 113 to 12 for a candidate named Clint Didier on June 12th of this month.

Rasmussen polls have within 40 to 48 of his democratic opponent and he has already raised significant money and support (~350k last quarter reporting with an upword vector on visibility, support expecting matching funds for this quarter)

As the eastern elections wind down for their primaries we now can see we have a golden chance for us to get a liberty candidate into office if we want it. And not only that but take out the number 3/4 person in the senate. The secretary of the senate and put one of our own in her place. This is a golden, golden chance for the movement.

Clint is asking for the national liberty/patriot coalition to help him overcome his two opponents Patty Murray(incumbent democrat) and Dino Rossi(2 times lost governor race, past state senator, and western wa/party supported) republican in the upcoming top two primary on Aug 17th.

The Washington State Primary is pretty unique in the US. People list out their preference not their party. The top two people in percentage of vote go on to a general election. This is usually the best funded person that gets the message out.

The ballots will be going out and getting to homes in the end of July and the primary results will be closed for counting on aug 17th ish time frame.

If Clint can get the support of the national liberty movement he has a chance to drive his key issues of ending the fed, non intervention, right along side Rand Paul in 2010.

This is a wish and dream come true for the movement.

Clint is asking you all to go far and wide to spread the news about his campaign and help him win the primary placement and general election to have the liberty message gain another victory in 2010 in the senate.



06-26-2010, 03:34 PM
seems legit:

Thomas Jefferson said in his first inaugural address “Peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations – entangling alliances with none.”

This statement reflects our Founders’ belief in “separatism” – far different from the current definition of “isolationism”. Their goal was to cultivate wholesome relationships with all nations, but wanted America to distance itself from sectional quarrels and international disputes. I subscribe to Jefferson’s views and would encourage friendly commerce with all nations except those engaged in hostilities against the United States.

America cannot be the world’s police force. The sheer expense of quartering troops in over a hundred nations is depleting our wealth and our national spirit. It was the collective wisdom of our Founders that we lead by example. Is it our place to tell other nations how to manage their affairs, or dictate their form of government?

I support maintaining a strong, modern and well-equipped military for the defense of our nation. We need to return to the Reagan Policies of peace through strength. We need to make it clear that we do not intend to dominate others nor referee global conflicts, but will defend American citizens and their interests anywhere in the world without hesitation or fear.

Our military boasts the finest young men and women in the world. I will think long and hard before I will vote to put them in harms way for anything less than clearly defined defensive missions. However, we are now at war. Let’s finish it and bring our troops home. Then, let us rethink our policy for the future.

Perhaps the proper approach should have been to issue “Letters of Marque & Reprisal” as the Founders placed in the Constitution. This was their idea of how to deal with international pirates and renegades who held no allegiance to any nation – much the same as the terrorists of today.

I will never support putting our troops under foreign command. The President of the United States is the only appointed Commander-in-Chief authorized under our Constitution. In that regard, only Congress has the power to declare war – not the President – which was not the case in the matter of Iraq and Afghanistan.

While great importance should always be attached to sitting down with other nations to work out differences, I will never vote to sell out our sovereignty through approval of any United Nations treaty that usurps our Constitution. I believe the United Nations has failed in its original mission and has now become a promoter of collective-socialism that stands in sharp contrast to America’s ideal of individual liberty. I would like to see the United States out of the United Nations, and the United Nations out of the United States.

As to specific trade policy, I believe in true “free trade” not the managed trade involved in the federal treaties such as NAFTA and GATT. These programs leave our farmers, of which I am one, uncompetitive and facing burdensome regulations not required of farmers in many other nations. In the meantime, we are importing approximately 50% of our national food supply, which does not have to meet the same safety standards required of the foodstuffs produced here in the United States.


06-26-2010, 03:41 PM

Long thread. Please read.

06-30-2010, 08:47 AM
Today is clint didiers moneybomb.


If you can, andrew jackson style(aka 20), please go and donate to help this liberty leader.

He is trying to knock of an establishment republican and top incumbent US senator.

He already has rasmussen polling in the 40% range and just needs our backing financially to push him into the lead.

Stop Making Cents
06-30-2010, 09:05 AM
why hasn't this been promoted more?

very sad!

I will try to let people know about it, but this is pretty last minute :confused:

Nathan Hale
06-30-2010, 07:50 PM
Yeah, I hadn't heard anything about this guy.

That said, he needs to lay off the "look everybody, I played football" thing.