Wells Griffith Shows How to Run for Congress

wellsWells Griffith, Republican candidate for Congress in Alabama’s 1st District special election, has produced a campaign ad that every Republican should emulate.  In the ad, Griffith throws the Obamacare bill in the trash and says repealing the law is why he is running for Congress.  “This document, Obamacare, is why I’m running for Congress.  Because we won’t get back to creating jobs until these thousands of pages of economic destruction are relegated to the trash pile of history,” he says in the ad.  There are a number of candidates in the Republican primary and with the district rated ‘safe Republican’ the winner will likely be the next Congressman.

Every Republican running for Congress should watch this ad and see how it’s done.  With the vast majority of the country being opposed to Obamacare this is the time to use it against the Democrats who passed it and run them out of office.  They passed it, they own it.  Even the unions are now coming around and realizing that the promises made to them were lies.  Griffith has produced a short, well spoken ad that focuses on repealing Obamacare, securing the border, protecting life and the 2nd Amendment, which are the conservative ideals that used to be the mainstay of the Republican party.  Since that is no longer a given it is refreshing when candidates like Wells Griffith run on true conservative ideals.  I wish him luck and I hope he is prepared for a fight when he gets to Congress.  With the views he espouses he will face opposition not only from the Democrats but from a lot of Republicans as well.

 

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2 comments to Wells Griffith Shows How to Run for Congress

  • LD Jackson

    Oh, how wonderful it would be to have a Congress with a majority of people like Wells Griffith. Maybe then they could band together and elect leaders who shared their conservative values. As it stands now, I believe we have some good people in Congress who hold strong conservative values, but they are sidelined by the leadership in the Republican Party. Until that changes, we are doing nothing but churning mud and getting dirty, with very few real victories.

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