Conservative Candidates Iowa

Iowa will elect their conservative candidates in the June 5, 2014 Iowa Primary.

Greg Heartsill, Republican conservative candidate for the new Iowa House District 28, has received the endorsement of the Can-Do Conservatives of America. The Can-Do Conservatives of America is the nation’s first Conservative political organization representing Americans with disabilities. They are dedicated to giving Americans with disabilities a voice in the Conservative movement, advocating for policies that will put an end to the cycle of government dependence, and supporting Conservative candidates that promote these policies and will fight to carry them out. Chairman Brian Donegan stated, “On behalf of our organization, I am pleased to publicly endorse Greg Heartsill. After visiting with Greg, I know he is the candidate that will advance Conservative policy in the Iowa Legislature. I am convinced that if elected,, Greg will do fight for what is right right for Iowans and not just go along to get along in Des Moines.” Heartsill will be a candidate on the Republican ballot for the June 5th Primary. The newly-formed Iowa House District 28 will be comprised of four townships in southern Jasper County, all of Marion County, except Pella and Lake Prairie Township, and the eastern half of Lucas County. For more information about Greg or his campaign,

It is up to all conservatives to come to the aid of their country this election season. We can no longer afford the "luxury" of sitting back and doing nothing. The constitution has been prostituted for the purposes of the progressives. Elect conservatives and only conservatives. Never elect a democrat.
Today, April 3, 2014, President Obama effectively declared war on the Supreme Court. Speaking from the Rose Garden, he suggested that the “unelected” Supreme Court must avoid the “extraordinary … unprecedented” measure of striking down his unconstitutional Obama care regime:
Ultimately, I am confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected Congress.
This is not the first time Obama has threatened the Supreme Court. Back in January 2010, in his State of the Union Address, he dramatically misrepresented the Supreme Court’s stance on campaign finance, and explained, “Last week, the Supreme Court reversed a century of law to open the floodgates for special interests – including foreign corporations – to spend without limit in our elections.” Justice Alito shook his head and mouthed, “Not true.” That’s because it wasn’t true – but Obama’s interpretation of Constitutional law is lacking at best, deeply dishonest at worst.
Obama is now tackling a strategy stated by Rep. Jim Clyburn this morning – he’s going after the Supreme Court , knowing they cannot respond. But he’s bound to fail for a simple reason: the American public understands that the law is unconstitutional. Obama is no FDR, and nobody is interested in packing the courts to raise their taxes and devastate the economic future of the country.
Unfortunately for Obama, he also made the tactical misstep of explaining why if the individual mandate is found unconstitutional, the entire law should be struck down:

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