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Congressman Michael Garcia
Michael's Primary:

Congressman Garcia is a combat veteran of the US Navy
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman Ronny Jackson
Ronny's Primary:

Congressman Jackson is a combat veteran of the US Marine Corps
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman Trent Kelly
Trent's Primary:

Congressman Kelly is a combat veteran of the US Army National Guard
He is running for United States House of Representatives

SPC Aleksander Skarlatos
Aleksander's Primary:

SPC Skarlatos is a combat veteran of the US Army National Guard
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman Mark Green
Mark's Primary: 2 years 29 weeks ago

Congressman Green is a combat veteran of the US Army
He is running for United States House of Representatives

First Sergeant Jarrid "Jay" Collins
Jarrid "Jay"'s Primary:

First Sergeant Collins is a combat veteran of the US Army
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman Scott G. Perry
Scott G.'s Primary: 2 years 21 weeks ago

Congressman Perry is a combat veteran of the US Army National Guard
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman Michael J. Gallagher
Michael J.'s Primary: 2 years 24 weeks ago

Congressman Gallagher is a combat veteran of the US Marine Corps
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Captain Erik A Aadland
Erik A's Primary:

Captain Aadland is a combat veteran of the US Army
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman Daniel R. Crenshaw
Daniel R.'s Primary: 2 years 29 weeks ago

Congressman Crenshaw is a combat veteran of the US Navy
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Governor Ron DeSantis
Ron's Primary:

Governor DeSantis is a combat veteran of the US Navy
He is running for United States Governor

Maj Samuel Peters
Samuel's Primary:

Maj Peters is a combat veteran of the US Air Force
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman Donald Bacon
Donald's Primary: 2 years 19 weeks ago

Congressman Bacon is a combat veteran of the US Air Force
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman Brian Mast
Brian's Primary: 2 years 27 weeks ago

Congressman Mast is a combat veteran of the US Army
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman Lee Zeldin
Lee's Primary:

Congressman Zeldin is a combat veteran of the US Army
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Former Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke
Former Secretary of the Interior Ryan's Primary:

Zinke is a combat veteran of the US Navy
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman Michael G. Waltz
Michael G.'s Primary: 2 years 27 weeks ago

Congressman Waltz is a combat veteran of the US Army
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Senator Thomas Cotton
Thomas's Primary: 2 years 29 weeks ago

Senator Cotton is a combat veteran of the US Army
He is running for United States Senate

Congressman Brad Wenstrup
Brad's Primary: 2 years 27 weeks ago

Congressman Wenstrup is a combat veteran of the US Air Force
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman Jake Ellzey
Jake's Primary:

Congressman Ellzey is a combat veteran of the US Navy
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Lt David Galluch
David's Primary:

Lt Galluch is a combat veteran of the US Navy
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman James Banks
James's Primary: 2 years 20 weeks ago

Congressman Banks is a combat veteran of the US Navy
He is running for United States House of Representatives

Congressman Jack W. Bergman
Jack W.'s Primary:

Congressman Bergman is a combat veteran of the US Marine Corps
He is running for United States House of Representatives

BGen Donald Bolduc
Donald's Primary:

BGen Bolduc is a combat veteran of the US Army
He is running for United States Senate

Congressman Darrell Issa
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Congressman Issa is a combat veteran of the US Army
He is running for United States House of Representatives

 

                  
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MISSION STATEMENT

The Combat Veterans For Congress Political Action Committee is dedicated to supporting the election of fiscally conservative Combat Veterans For Congress. We seek Combat Veterans For Congress who believe in limited government, will rein in the out of control spending of Congress, are committed to preserving and defending the U.S. Constitution, and will support the independence and freedom of the individual as outlined in the Bill of Rights. We support Combat Veterans For Congress who are dedicated to promoting The Free Enterprise System creating the greatest economic engine in the history of mankind, provide for a strong national defense, and will endorse the teaching of U.S. history and the Founding Fathers’ core values in educational institutions. 

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Every Day Is Memorial Day for the Combat Veterans For Congress

Since the Revolutionary War, it has been estimated that 1.346 million American Patriots pledged and delivered their lives to make the ultimate sacrifice in combat to defend their brothers in arms while protecting our Republic and its values.  Memorial Day was officially proclaimed on May 5, 1868 by General John Logan, National Commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, in his General Order No. 11, and was first observed on May 30, 1868, when flowers were placed on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery; it was about coming together as one nation to honor those who gave their all.  On May 30, 2011 millions of Americans paused in solemn reverence, they participated in respectful commemorations across the nation, in order to remember those who for 235 years, by their actions, have protected and defended the rule of law enshrined in the US Constitution.  

Those who have gone before us, have entrusted us to safeguard and be the caretakers of the most precious liberties and freedoms we all enjoy. General Douglas MacArthur’s description of the fallen in his Farewell Address to the Corp of Cadets at West Point on May 12, 1962 is so appropriate on Memorial Day: “From one end of the world to the other, he has drained deep the chalice of courage”.  If you click on the below listed link you will be able to view scenes that honor military personnel of all services who were lost in combat, and you will also be able to listen to a stirring rendition of “Mansions of The Lord” by the West Point Glee Club.

http://youtu.be/47NW7nu9BnU

Very few Americans are as articulate when trying to relate the depth of meaning that Memorial Day holds for the families of those who were lost in combat as was Lt Gen John F. Kelly, USMC, Senior Military Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, when he addressed the Semper Fi Society of Missouri on November 13, 2010. None of those individuals present who heard Lt Gen Kelly’s address could have possibly understood the enormous grief Lt Gen Kelly held quietly within himself as he spoke; his address was given just four days after, his son, Lt Robert Kelly, USMC, was killed by an IED during his 3rd Combat tour in Iraq.  During Lt Gen Kelly’s address, he never mentioned the loss of his own son.  We honor all those American Patriots who made the ultimate sacrifice, those US military personnel involved in combat who today go “In Harm’s Way “ in Iraq and Afghanistan, all military personnel serving in the US Armed Forces who continue to protect and defend the Republic, and the 26 million Veterans who, at one point in their lives wrote a blank check made payable to “The United States of America” for an amount “up to and including their life.”    

Semper Fidelis,

Joseph R. John, Chairman, Combat Veterans For Congress PAC

FEDERAL LAW PROTECTS STUDENTS CALLED TO ACTIVE DUTY

RADM James J. Carey of the National Defense PAC deserves a great deal of credit for alerting us to the below listed background information, that attorneys would need to document points of authority to defend returning military personnel who were college students when they were mobilized to go into combat, and found upon release that they are being prevented from picking up their education by left leaning college professors who do not want to re-instill them into their courses or protect their course grades previously compiled before they were recalled.

Professor Wackerfuss:
A general E-mail was sent reminding students of Georgetown University policy about attending classes, and you included a line to the effect that the policy even overrides “military deployments.”  I want to bring to your attention that a federal law enacted in 2008 protects students in this situation, and a college or university that violates the law risks losing all federal funding. 
I invite your attention to www.roa.org/law_review.  You will find more than 700 articles about the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA), the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA), and other laws that are particularly pertinent to those who serve our country in uniform.  You will also find a detailed Subject Index and a search function, to facilitate finding articles about very specific topics. 
I invite your attention specifically to Law Review 1052, about section 487 of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008.  I have written most of the “Law Review” articles on the Reserve Officers Association (ROA) website.    For questions, contact Capt Samuel F. Wright, JASGC, USN (Ret), Director, Service Members Law Center at (202) 646-7730,  SWright@.org Please do not treat this communication as legal advice.  If you need legal advice, contact an attorney licensed in your state. 

Combat Veterans For Congress Rein in Out of Control Spending by Administration

If you had the opportunity to watch Sean Hannity's evening program on April 12th on the FOX News Network, you would have been pleased to listen to the comments of 3 of the 12 elected Combat Veterans For Congress who are among the 87 new Freshman Congressional members.  Millions of voters viewed their relevant comments and principled stands that evening; on Sunday night on FOX there will be another program concerning the same issues with Freshmen Congressmen.  The nation is so fortunate to have representatives in Congress like Cong Adam Kinzinger, Cpt-AFNG (R-IL-11)  http://www.electadam.com, Cong Michael Grimm, USMC/FBI (R-NY-13) http://www.grimmforcongress.com, and Cong Allen West, Lt. Col-USA (Ret) (R-FLA-22)   http://www.west.house.gov as well as the other Combat Veterans For Congress.  The three Congressmen took firm and courageous stands on reining in the out of control spending by the Obama Administration and said they will insist on reductions in spending before they consider voting to raise the national debt limit.  In the November 2012 election, we encourage all American voters to support the re-election of these three courageous patriots and the other elected Combat Veterans For Congress listed on our Web site at http://www.CombatVeteransForCongress.org, as well as the new slate of Combat Veterans For Congress we will endorse going forward.  They continue to be true to their pledge to protect and defend the US Constitution, and deserve our support for their dedication to the Republic.  Please pass this on to those in your address book who reside in their home states.

OPPOSTION TO THE “SOCIAL EXPERIMENT ON DIVERSITY”

A 31-member Military Leadership Diversity Commission, set up by the Lame Duck Congress a year ago, requested that the Secretary of Defense, Robert Gates, execute a “social experiment on diversity”; the goal of the recommendations is to change the make-up of the leadership of the US Armed Forces.  The Commission contains a sizable number of civilian-equal opportunity professionals, as well as some retired and active military personnel.  Because ethnic minorities are less likely to meet eligibility requirements for entrance into the US Armed Forces, the Commission is urging the Army, Navy,  Marine Corps, and Air Force to either lower or eliminate the standards that have always been used for acceptance of recruits into the military.  The Commission proposal states education, entry test level scores, criminal records, and drug use that up to this time have been used to disqualify a large numbers of applicants, including some minorities and all felons, unfair and should be eliminated.  The commission completed a 162-page report and strongly recommended that the Secretary of Defense and the Congress endorse the proposals, that they act to execute the Commission’s “social experiment on diversity”.  The Commission wants Secretary Gates to appoint a “Diversity Czar” who will bypass the Congress on all future matters concerning their proposed “social experiment on diversity” and that in the future the Diversity Czar be permitted to by-pass Congress and report directly to the Defense Secretary.   Another of the many recommendations is that at confirmation, all future flag officer selectees be required to demonstrate to the Senate Armed Services Committee that they have a rich background in promoting the “social experiment on diversity”; future promotions to flag would no longer be based upon what senior officers are best qualified to lead military personnel into combat and/or would be most effective at improving their command’s “Combat Effectiveness”.  While the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs is driving the current aggressive indoctrination of the US Armed Forces, in order to turn the US Military into an openly homosexual organization, the Military Leadership Diversity Commission is pressing the Pentagon to make additional destabilizing changes to the US Armed Forces in the midst of three theatres of armed conflict.  Among the many initiatives in its study, is a recommendation to open infantry and armor units to women; the study said that women should be allowed into male-only units to “create a level playing field” in promotions “for all service members who meet the qualifications.”

Hardened Combat Veterans say that “direct ground combat” is not like an MP being subjected to exchange of small-arms gunfire with insurgents, or of military personnel being wounded by an IEDs when transiting in a convoy, or a service member being abducted by terrorists while on patrols or on guard duty.  There is a true lack of understanding of exactly what direct ground combat entails, what closing with and destroying an enemy combatant by the most violent means available is; often it is a direct eye-to-eye confrontation, then being required to employ upper-body physical strength that physically fit US Marines, US Army Rangers, or US Navy SEALs train for.   Direct ground combat is defined as an action when opposing forces engage in violent, intense, close-in, hand to hand combat.  According to former Commandant of the US Marine Corps, General Carl Mundy, units which are trained repeatedly into fine-tuned teams to engage and defeat the enemy directly, exist and operate on the basis of masculine cohesion.  “I believe that female service members bring tremendous skills and talents to many sectors of our armed forces, but I believe equally strongly that they are not best suited for the unique demands associated with direct combat units.”

Congressman Allen West as well as Congressman Duncan D. Hunter, 2 of the 12 endorsed Combat Veteran For Congress who were elected in the 2010 mid-term election (out of the full slate of 27 endorsed candidates who won their primary elections), have already gone public on their view of the proposed “social experiment on diversity”; they feel the proposal is  intrusive and inappropriate.   “This is the last thing the military should be thinking about,” said Cong Duncan D. Hunter, a member of the Armed Services Committee who saw combat in Iraq and Afghanistan as a US Marine Corps Officer.  “Our military is engaged in a shooting war,” the California Republican stated.  “This is just another distraction that can’t interfere with what’s most important – winning in Afghanistan.  Congressman Hunter added, “some people seem to think the military is a staging ground for social testing, and that attitude only puts lives at risk.”  Congressman Allen West, a Florida Representative, who as a senior Army officer completed a 1 ½ year combat tour of duty in Iraq, and a 2½ year combat tour of duty in Afghanistan said “The US Military is a merit based organization where anybody can succeed.” Congressman West said the report  “is a slap in the face to those minorities who have achieved seniority”. In an interview with The Daily Caller, Congressman West, who is black, was not pleased with the report, saying that the military is not a social experiment for outside groups to impose their theories.

The US Naval Academy Admissions Office now openly practices the “social experiment of diversity”.  The Naval Academy Admissions Board now admits student with SAT scores in math as low as 410 and verbal scores as low as 370; the SAT score cut off for Midshipmen had normally been around 600 out of a possible score of 800.  A former Admission Board Member agreed to make the following statement on conditions of anonymity; he said “ The unfairness is absolutely real.”  The “social experiment on diversity” has been driven by the Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff’s and the CNO since their appointments, and has resulted in the admittance of marginal students, mostly athletes and minorities, while by-passing  fully qualified white male students in the pool of 15,000 applicants annually.  The results of the admittance of marginal students has been an increase in serious violations of regulations such as drug use (resulting in multiple dismissals), excessive use of liquor and inebriation on weekend liberty,  increased violations of the Honor Code requiring retraining to retain minority students (as a former member of the Honor Committee there was no such thing as honor retraining; Midshipmen do not lie, cheat, or steal), and recently one Midshipman lied to a law enforcement officer when in custody for a federal offense.  The Brigade of Midshipmen have been negatively affected by the “social experiment on diversity”, and now the US Armed forces will be subjected to that same “social experiment on diversity” during a wartime and combat environment.  The Supreme Court has ruled that admission procedures at institutions of higher education that consider acceptance by setting percentages of race and gender in the make-up of an entering freshman class is discriminatory and those actions by any College Admissions Board is a violation of federal law.

The “social experiment on diversity” imposed on the Brigade at the US Naval Academy, pushing an openly homosexual environment on the US Armed Forces, and now a proposal by the Military Leadership Diversity Committee have collectively put the US Military under unreasonable destabilizing pressure during a wartime environment.  The proposal by the Commission to select future flag officers of the US Armed Forces using some type of litmus test on diversity will not improve the “Combat Effectiveness” of the US Military.   By recommending that senior military officers should only be selected for flag if they pass a litmus test on diversity, and selecting race and gender in some preset percentages, will not result in the promotion of the most qualified senior officers who would improve the “Combat Effectiveness “ of the US Armed Forces (there will longer be flag officers like Admiral Bull Halsey, General Patton, General Chesty Puller, General Jimmy Doolittle, etc., because they would not be “politically correct” selectees, besides they are all white males).  The American people are unaware of the aforementioned coordinated assaults on the most effective and professional military organization in the world, they are not aware that the agenda that is being driven by socialists and liberals who oppose the US Armed Forces’ high standards of duty, honor, country, and its support for the Judeo-Christian religions teachings is hurting the stability and effectiveness of the USD Armed Forces.  Those coordinated assaults by progressives, pushing a “social experiment on diversity”, will weaken the US Military over the long term.  The actions of outside forces supported by the Obama Administration have continued to push the above listed changes that are marginalizing the “Combat Effectiveness” of the US Armed Forces.  The US Military has protected and defended the US Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the Republic for 234 years, experimenting with the structure and make-up of the US Military and assaulting its leadership structure will certainly destabilize the US Armed Forces.  We must rely on the judgment of the 12 elected Combat Veterans For Congress to coordinate their efforts with other C0ngressmen to halt the above listed dangerous experiments with the US Armed Forces. 
  

Joseph R. John, USNA ’62

Capt           USN (Ret)

 

CONGRESSMAN STEVE PEARCE, CAPT-USAF, (R-NM-2) FORMS VETERANS ADVISORY COUNCIL IN NEW MEXICO

 
We are pleased to inform you that another of the elected Combat Veterans For Congress, Congressman Steve Pearce continues his serious commitment to support Veterans and Veterans issues.  Congressman Pearce has formed a Veterans Advisory Council in New Mexico and on March 30th his Advisory Council is promoting Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans in New Mexico.  The Advisory Council is being proactive in many other areas as outlined in the attached summary.  Since his election, Congressman Pearce has been working tirelessly to rein in the out of control spending by the Obama Administration.  We are encouraging all who review this, to financially support another patriotic Combat Veteran’s re-election in 2012.

 

VETERANS PRAISE CONGRESSMAN PEARCE FOR ADVISORY COUNCIL

Congressman Commended for Reaching out to Vets; Helping them in Washington 

       Congressman Steve Pearce announced his newly assembled Veterans Advisory Council.  The purpose of the council is to give veterans a voice on pressing issues.  Through the council, Pearce will actively seek feedback and ideas on how to best serve local veterans.  The Congressman’s formation of the council has received widespread and enthusiastic support from New Mexican veterans’ groups.

     “This is a tremendous plan to help New Mexico’s veterans” said Robert Cano, commander of a Las Cruces chapter of Disabled American Veterans.  “In doing this, Congressman Pearce will get the general consensus from veterans across the state, from all different backgrounds.  Our voices will be heard in Washington.”

     Local American Legion commander Clint Dozier called the council “a great idea.”  Dozier explained that “people like the Congressman need to have a pulse on local veterans’ issues, and this is a great way to do that

     The announcement today was at Veterans’ Park in Las Cruces, as part of a weekend of ceremonies to honor New Mexico’s veterans, including a welcome-home ceremony for Vietnam veterans held at the park.  Pearce is cosponsoring a bill to designate March 30th as “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day.”

     Pearce expressed eagerness to continue his work for veterans through this new program.   “I am pleased to announce this Veterans Advisory Council,” said Pearce.  “As a Vietnam veteran, I understand the complexity and importance of veterans’ issues.  As a legislator, I understand the need to reach out to those who will be affected by legislation and those who know the issues at hand.  This group brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to aid in the formulation of strong policy.”

     Kevin Dasing, who will serve as chair of the council, said, “I applaud the Congressman for his insight in putting this council together.  This is the first council of its kind in New Mexico, and it will be a pleasure working with Mr. Pearce to address veterans’ issues.”

     Las Cruces Vietnam Veteran Bruce Forrest said that “this will definitely help out” with the needs of veterans, “especially with all the vets out there who don’t know who to talk to or where to go to get the help they need.  With members of the council from across southern New Mexico, the Congressman will be able to help all these forgotten heroes.”

     “We must be heard as veterans,” said Cano, “and Mr. Pearce has always made sure that our voices are heard.  The Congressman has always sat down to listen to us as veterans; he listens to us.  And on top of that, his people are always easy to reach.  I am very grateful for Mr. Pearce’s work for veterans.”

     The council will meet regularly by telephone to discuss issues and problems.  On a quarterly basis, they will meet with Congressman Pearce, to present him with priorities to carry to Washington and facilitate change.

     Pearce, himself a decorated veteran, has made service to America’s veterans a priority throughout his over six years in Congress.  Pearce logged over 518 hours of combat flight in Vietnam, and was awarded the distinguished flying cross.  He separated honorably with the rank of Captain.

 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS JEER WOUNDED COMBAT HERO

Columbia University students heckled a war hero during a town-hall meeting on whether ROTC should be allowed back on campus.

"Racist!" some students yelled at Anthony Maschek, a Columbia freshman and former Army staff sergeant awarded the Purple Heart after being shot 11 times in a firefight in northern Iraq in February 2008. Others hissed and booed the veteran.

Maschek, 28, had bravely stepped up to the mike Tuesday at the meeting to issue an impassioned challenge to fellow students on their perceptions of the military.

"It doesn't matter how you feel about the war. It doesn't matter how you feel about fighting," said Maschek. "There are bad men out there plotting to kill you."

CLASH: Veteran Anthony Maschek (above, with fiancée Angela O'Neill) faced heckling from fellow Columbia students over ROTC (below).
Matthew McDermott
CLASH: Veteran Anthony Maschek (above, with fiancée Angela O'Neill) faced heckling from fellow Columbia students over ROTC (below).
J.C. RICE
 
Several students laughed and jeered the Idaho native, a 10th Mountain Division infantryman who spent two years at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington recovering from grievous wounds.

Maschek, who is studying economics, miraculously survived the insurgent attack in Kirkuk. In the hail of gunfire, he broke both legs and suffered wounds to his abdomen, arm and chest.

He enrolled last August at the Ivy League school, where an increasingly ugly battle is unfolding over the 42-year military ban there.

More than half of the students who spoke at the meeting -- the second of three hearings on the subject -- expressed opposition to ROTC's return. Many of the 200 students in the audience held anti-military placards with slogans such as, "1 in 3 female soldiers experiences sexual assault in the military."

The university has created a task force polling 10,000 students on the issue, but would not release the vote tally of the 1,300 who have already responded.

In 2005, when the university last voted to reject ROTC's return, it cited the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy.

That policy was overturned in December, but resistance remains.

"Transpeople are part of the Columbia community," said senior Sean Udell at the meeting, referring to the military's current ban on transgender soldiers.

Faculty members are divided.

"Universities should not be involved in military activities," Sociology Professor Emeritus Herbert Gans told The Post. "Columbia should come out against spending $300 billion a year on unnecessary wars."

A group of 34 faculty colleagues, including historian Kenneth Jackson and former Bloomberg adviser Esther Fuchs, plan to announce their support of ROTC tomorrow.

José Robledo, 30, a Columbia student who commutes to Fordham University for ROTC coursework, said he found the treatment of Maschek abhorrent.

"The anti-ROTC side has been disrespectful and loud. They hiss and they jeer," he said. "It's been to the detriment of the argument."

akarni@nypost.com

Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/hero_unwelcome_Zi3u1fwtRpo87vXAiAQfSN#ixzz1Ed5XRI3C

GOV SARAH PALIN ENDORSEMENT HIGHLIGHTS THE COUNTDOWN TO VICTORY

Real-life American Heroes Ready and Willing to Serve Congress

(LOS ANGELES, CA June 18, 2010) With four months remaining before the November Congressional elections, the endorsed Combat Veterans For Congress are developing a great deal of momentum nationally.

On March 30, 2010 Governor Sarah Palin endorsed the Combat Veterans For Congress PAC; 27 Combat Veterans For Congress have previously endorsed the PAC s Mission Statement, and the PAC has, in turn, endorsed the 25 Combat Veterans For Congress in the 19 states where they are running; the PAC s strong statement of support for each campaign, the Combat Veteran s photo in combat gear, and their bios can be reviewed by clicking on the Pac s the Web site at: http://www.CombatVeteransForCongress.org.

Governor Palin in her endorsement statement of Combat Veterans For Congress said: "Last week I campaigned for a true American hero, John McCain, and this week I'd ask you to join me in supporting a new generation of heroes who are heeding their country's call for leadership in Washington." Governor Palin goes on to say, "There are a number of great veteran candidates running for office this year, and there are some excellent organizations dedicated to helping them, including Combat Veterans For Congress PAC. I believe that these great veterans will fight for us in D.C. to uphold and defend our Constitution as courageously in the halls of Congress as they did on the field of battle.

"I'm so honored to offer my support to these American heroes, and I hope you'll join me in helping them so that they can serve us all in Washington. America, if you love your freedom, thank a Vet! And if you're looking for leaders who believe in integrity, service, and country first, look to our Veterans," concludes Governor Palin.

About Combat Veterans For Congress:  The Combat Veterans For Congress PAC, a Non Profit and Un-Affiliated PAC, was Co-Founded by Congressman Barry M. Goldwater Jr. (Ret), Reverge Anselmo (USMC), and Capt Joseph R. John, USNR (Ret) in August 2009.  Connie Stevens is the entertainment industry's representative on the Board of Directors, has traveled extensively in support of Combat Veterans worldwide, and has traveled nationally for individual Combat Veterans For Congress to support their fundraising events.

MEDIA CONTACT: Capt Frank Drdek, USNR (Ret)  818-378-0344

ATTORNEY GENERAL EDWIN MEESE III ENDORSES THE COMBAT VETERANS FOR CONGRESS PAC


Real-life American Heroes Ready and Willing to Serve in Congress

(LOS ANGELES , CA   July 12, 2010) The Honorable Edwin Meese III former Attorney General under President Reagan has endorsed Combat Veterans For Congress PAC.  Capt. Joseph R. John, USNR (Ret) Chairman of the Combat Veterans For Congress announced he received a phone call from General Meese who said he supports the Combat Veterans For Congress and their intent to rein in the out of control spending by the Pelosi Congress.  In addition Attorney General Meese stated “These Combat Veterans For Congress have served us well on the battlefield.  Now they are willing to serve as leaders of government to continue to deal with the nation’s challenges.”

The Honorable Mr. Meese, the 75th Attorney General of the United States, served in the U.S. Army, attaining the rank of Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve.  After a career in law in California, Attorney Meese joined California Governor Ronald Reagan’s staff in 1967, ultimately serving as his Chief of Staff in the Reagan Administration, Mr. Meese served as one of President Ronald Reagan’s principal advisors and ultimately as U.S. Attorney General of the United States.

Since his service as Attorney General, Mr. Meese has remained active in the service of our country, co-authoring the December 2006 final report of the Iraq Study Group. Attorney General Meese is Distinguished Visiting Fellow with the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, serves as Adjunct Fellow at the Discovery Institute, serves on the Board of Directors of the Junior States of America , and is on the Board of Directors for the Capital Research Center , a conservative think tank devoted to the research of non-profit groups.

About Combat Veterans For Congress:  The Combat Veterans For Congress PAC, a Non Profit and Un-Affiliated PAC, was Co-Founded by Congressman Barry M. Goldwater Jr. (Ret), Reverge Anselmo (USMC), and Capt Joseph R. John, USNR (Ret) in August 2009.  Connie Stevens is the entertainment industry's representative on the Board of Directors, has traveled extensively in support of Combat Veterans worldwide, and has traveled nationally to support individual Combat Veterans For Congress in their fundraising events.

MEDIA CONTACT: Capt Frank Drdek, USNR (Ret)  818-378-0344
 

COL BUD DAY, USAF (RET) MEDAL OF HONOR--AIR FORCE CROSS ENDORSEMENT CONTINUES THE COUNT DOWN TO VICTORY

 

Real-life American Heroes Ready and Willing to Serve Congress

(LOS ANGELES, CA June 29, 2010) With three and a half months remaining before the November Congressional elections, the endorsed Combat Veterans For Congress continue a continue a countdown to victory with your support.  

On May 20, 2010 Col Bud Day endorsed the 27 Combat Veterans For Congress in 19 states who previously endorsed the PAC’s  Mission Statement.  The PAC’s strong statement of support for each of the 24 Combat Veterans For Congress, together with the photo of each, and their bios can be reviewed by clicking on the PAC’s Web site at: http://www.CombatVeteransForCongress.org.

Col Day in his endorsement statement of Combat Veterans For Congress said: "My name is Col George “Bud” Day, Medal of Honor—Air Force Cross. I am a veteran of WWII, Korea, and received the Medal of Honor for service as an Air Force POW in N. Vietnam." Col Day goes on to say, "I fully endorse Gen-Capt-Col-Lt Col-Sgt-Major-CWO, etc. for election to Congress in the year 2010. They are combat veterans who are determined to take our country back, to restore some common sense, and some spending sense to a Congress with few Veterans, and very few heroes. Please support these candidates with some cash and some effort to elect them. They will not be signing any legislation that they have not read!!! Please help.”  

About Combat Veterans For Congress:  The Combat Veterans For Congress PAC, a Non Profit and Un-Affiliated PAC, was Co-Founded by Congressman Barry M. Goldwater Jr. (Ret), Reverge Anselmo (USMC), and Capt Joseph R. John, USNR (Ret) in August 2009.  Connie Stevens is the entertainment industry's representative on the Board of Directors, has traveled extensively in support of Combat Veterans worldwide, and has traveled nationally for individual Combat Veterans For Congress to support their fundraising events.

MEDIA CONTACT: Capt Frank Drdek, USNR (Ret)  818-378-0344

Remember: "The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not." - Thomas Jefferson

 

 

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