Ten Buck Fridays Poll: August 1 – 6

Keep this quote, (via RightKlik) in mind as you vote in this TBF poll to help out a conservative candidate:

“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”

Ronald Reagan (1911 – 2004)

The candidates this week are: Donna Campbell, M.D. (TX-25), Nick Popaditch (CA-51), Mike Stopa (MA-3), Scott Rigell (VA-2), Bobby Schilling (IL-17), Allen West (FL-22), Marco Rubio (FL-Sen) , Delia Lopez (OR-3) , Mike Crane (GA-13) , John Faulk (TX-18) .

As always, I’ve put the new poll up on my right sidebar.

The ND fav this week is Harvard physicist, Mike Stopa, the bright and personable candidate running in MA-3. One of his competitors is a self described recent convert to conservatism who’s made political contributions  to liberal Democrats in recent years.

Here’s a video compilation of Stopa doing some politicking on the 4th of July and making an appearance on Fox:

Here’s Stopa’s oped supporting the AZ immigration law in the Boston Globe: Why the Arizona immigration law makes sense here, too.

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  3. Proof Positive
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  22. Old Line Elephant
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  27. 20/10 Blog
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  2. From the Worcester Telegram

    “After days of trading press releases and newspaper quotes attacking each other, Republican ballot hopefuls in the 3rd congressional race Marty Lamb and Brian Herr have both lauded themselves for their “grassroots” campaigns and fundraising, but a quick look over their quarterly Federal Elections Commission reports shows more of the Astroturf variety. Herr leads his five other Republican and independent challengers in terms of cash raised with $66,502 so far in the campaign, but over half – $39,176 – has come from out of the district, with considerable sums (over $1,000) from places as far away as Jacksonville, FL, Houston, TX and Erie, PA. As for Lamb, $27,200 of his $42,221 came from personal loans or loans from family members, including $2,400 from his teenage daughter. Both candidates have also used the same signature collecting firms. Freedom Petition Management received $3,500 from the Herr campaign and $4,000 from Lamb’s, while Spoonworks, Inc. took in $5,200 from Herr and $5,000 from Lamb. Nothing says “grassroots” like paying a company to collect signatures for you…They may want to start turning their attention towards Mike Stopa. While Lamb and Herr bicker back and forth, Stopa has become the media darling of the race, appearing as a panelist on Fox News’ “Hannity” and on the Howie Carr Show within the past two weeks. ”

    http://www.worcestermag.com/city-desk/worcesteria

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  3. Ask Mr Stopa why he is being investigated by the FEC for campaign violations, I would like to hear his response. Look at his campaign material, lacking proper disclosure. How much did he spend for all his material, his bumper stickers, his lawn signs, Stopa gera? We may never know because he didn’t disclose! Another Charlie Rangle??

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  4. LOL,,,,, that is hillarious.

    We haven’t reported yet becuase we just now barely scraped together $5K. How much did we spend on signs and bumper stickers, well I don’t know about the bumper stickers but I provided the couple hundred dollars for the first batch of yard signs.

    Oh, and by the way, THERE IS NO FEC investigation. That is a complete lie. Provide some evidence for your accusation please Karen.

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  5. Karen, You’re flailing now. As far as I know, the only thing Mike’s spent any money on are lawn signs and bumper stickers. The Stopa gear is purchased by those who order it. Not by the campaign. The artwork, website development, videos, audios, enewsletters, press releases etc. are done gratis by the talented people on his committee. His appearances on Hannity, Howie Carr, Tom & Todd, Peter Blute, etc. are at no cost. Which campaign are you shilling for?

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