GOP Love in Utah

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The national love for Mia Love just keeps on coming. This morning, Juan Williams from Fox News calls the 4th Congressional race “the most intriguing political race of 2012.”

Noting once again that Love would be the first black Republican woman to EVER serve in Congress, Williams also points out the heavy hitters she already has in her camp – Eric Cantor, Paul Ryan, Kevin McCarthy and Ann Romney. There are many more as well.

Matheson is one of the few remaining “Blue Dogs” left in Congress and ranks smack dab in the middle of the US House – more conservative than 51% of his colleagues, more liberal than 49% of them.

Williams points out that “If Love wins, she will instantly become a conservative celebrity – a new face for conservatism and a lure for the GOP to use to recruit more candidates who are female and persons of color.”

He continues:

Like Marco Rubio, her parents are immigrants and she is uniquely qualified to reach out to the growing immigrant population who views the GOP as hostile.

If elected, Love will join Reps. Allen West of Florida and Tim Scott of South Carolina as black Republican members of the House. Love does not mouth West’s fiery Tea Party rhetoric. But there is no doubt that she is a strong conservative.

She is pro-life, pro-gun and favors eliminating the Department of Education and the Department of Energy.

She also says that she would like to join the Congressional Black Caucus so that she can “try to take that thing apart from the inside out” because, according to her, “They sit there and ignite emotions and ignite racism when there isn’t. They use their positions to instill fear. Hope and change is turned into fear and blame. Fear that everybody is going to lose everything and blaming Congress for everything instead of taking responsibility.”

Mia Love: national political rockstar, the way most politicians can only dream about. This race is hers to lose.

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3 Responses to “GOP Love in Utah”

  1. joellind8 Says:

    I love to see people of color who are enlightened and can see the truth. I can’t stand intellectual democrats who over complicate things and think the government is the answer for everything.

  2. markg91359 Says:

    Good luck, Mia. The last poll shows you down by over 15 points.

  3. jbtalcott Says:

    If elected Love says she would work to abolish the Department of Energy. Does she even know what the U.S. Department of Energy actually does?

    From Wikipedia:

    “The United States Department of Energy (DOE) is a Cabinet-level department of the United States government concerned with the United States’ policies regarding energy and safety in handling nuclear material. Its responsibilities include the nation’s nuclear weapons program, nuclear reactor production for the United States Navy, energy conservation, energy-related research, radioactive waste disposal, and domestic energy production. DOE also sponsors more research in the physical sciences than any other US federal agency;[2] the majority of this research is conducted through its system of United States Department of Energy National Laboratories.”

    Who would oversee the nation’s nuclear weapons? Who would oversee the disposal of nuclear waste and the maintenance of nuclear reactors? We may be on the verge of getting our very own version of “I can see Russia from where I live” Sarah Palin. Heaven help us. One thing is for certain if she is elected and joins the Black Congressional Caucus, they will be taking her apart instead of the other way around. As a lowly mayor from Saratoga Springs, Utah—a heavy weight she is not. The only thing she has got going over Matheson is that of the two, she is the only one honest enough to call herself a Republican.

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