Monday, April 7, 2014

T.W. Shannon for Oklahoma Senator

I am really pleased to announce my support and (for what it's worth) endorsement for
T.W. Shannon, R-Lawton, in the June 24, 2014 Republican Primary election,
and of course then in the general election next November 4, 2014.

The special election is to fill the Senate seat of the retiring Dr. Tom Coburn.



T.W. Shannon is a solid conservative, in the style of Senators Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, Texas and Utah respectively, and will be another youthful voice for stable, Conservative values in years to come.  What's more, he will be an influence on many, many young folks who have yet to determine their political beliefs.

lovingly lifted from T.W.Shannon DotCom:

T.W. Shannon learned the values of faith, family, hard work, and personal responsibility in the pews of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Lawton, Okla. He still serves there today as a Sunday School teacher.A champion for limited government, T.W. first was elected to the state House of Representatives in 2006 from his hometown of Lawton.
Chosen by his Republican House colleagues, T.W. became Oklahoma’s youngest and first African American House speaker.
When T.W. became speaker of the House in Oklahoma, he advocated for policies that could break the devastating cycle of government dependency, instead helping people move toward self-reliance. He understands the key to helping people who are dependent on government assistance restore their dignity is to break the cycle of generational poverty. 
He continues to be a leading voice in Oklahoma politics for State’s rights, and has been coined by many “the most conservative Speaker in State History.”

Mr. Shannon will be facing the typical, Liberal hypocrisy throughout his political career;
he and we, must face their name calling, their smears, their bitterness.  Shannon understands this already, yet is man enough for the challenge.
You see, Mr. T.W. Shannon is African American, as well as a member of the Chickasaw Indian tribe of Oklahoma.  Like his skin color makes any difference.

If you are a registered Republican within our great state of Oklahoma, I urge you to take a good, long look at T.W. Shannon's website, at the issues in which he believes, at his spectacular record in the Oklahoma House of Representatives, his many endorsements other than mine, including Governor Sarah Palin, Dr. Ben Carson, Senator Mike Lee and talk show host,
the great one, Mark Levin.

THEN~ Contribute to his campaign, as the Malcontent family is prepared to do,
also at the Shannon website.

At this link below, Mr. Shannon is interviewed by Levin on his talk show, March 29, 2014:
The Right Scoop

Or listen to T.W. yourselves, as he spoke to the 2013 CPAC convention:

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