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Opinion

June 22, 2014

THE PEOPLE SPEAK — Robertson has a plan, knows who he serves

The freedom and privilege to vote once again in our local, state and federal government for the man/woman of our choice is coming up soon, June 24th. Last election for U.S. Congress in 2012 brought many choices to the 2nd District, and much hope was promised and many pledges made. However, that hope and faithful commitment to our conservative principles and Constitution have not been kept. That is why I am grateful to support Darrel Robertson for U.S. Congress.

Darrel is a rancher from Jay, a former construction and manufacturer owner (All State Tank Manufacturing) and professional fisherman. A man committed to our Constitution, with a three-point plan to ensure he follows this faithfully. His criteria for voting is this: Does it honor our Christian values, does it honor our Constitution, does it help Oklahomans? Simple, yet precise. Effective and determined, that describes Darrel Robertson. Congressman Mullin stated in a district meeting this past spring that he didn’t go to D.C. with a plan.

Darrel has a plan and he is determined to remember who he serves and why. He knows he will become our employee, serving and protecting our liberties and upholding our Constitution. Darrel was endorsed this week by Conservativefirst.org, a watchdog group committed to electing men like him who know we must return to our Constitution. I hope you’ll join me in supporting him, he has visited with us in Muskogee many times, if you haven’t met him yet please visit his website and give him a call. I know you’ll find as I have, that he is focused on representing us and leading in our name in Washington.

TINA GOSS

Muskogee

 

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