Have you ever heard of donkey sense? You know…the philosophy that we hear everyday: The rich aren’t paying their fair share. Government needs to create jobs. The Republicans want to throw grandma off the cliff.
Yep! I bet that all of us have heard at one point or another about donkey sense. But what about horse sense? Read some horse sense here:
There are many more horse sense writings here: http://www.wesriddle.com/category/horse-sense
Wes Riddle wrote these masterpieces that describe the bedrock of Conservative values. Having served his country honorably in the Gulf War, he earned several military medals: from the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal, and Defense Meritorious Service Medal.
A strong defender of the right to life, Mr. Riddle calls abortion “America’s Holocaust”. His latest book “The Nexus of Faith and Freedom” attacks abortion as the murder of more than 40+ million innocent lives. Wes Riddle promises to not just fight against abortion, but he will also fight to repeal funding for any and all organizations that support it, including Planned Parenthood and ACORN.
He also understands the values of balancing the budget. He supports cutting the deficit, returning education to local authorities, and ending all government subsidies for “green” projects. He says, “We do not need the government to be an energy central planner, but rather a supporter of the free enterprise system to foster a playing field that will enable Americans to know how to thrive.”
Wes Riddle’s opponent is the well-known, former Texas Secretary of State Roger Williams. I have a lot of respect for Mr. Williams. He is a good and honorable man. I would fully support him should he receive the nomination. However, Roger Williams has been seen as more of an establishment figure. I respect Mr. Williams, but I truly believe that Wes Riddle will have a more powerful conservative impact in congress than his opponent. I will always be Conservative in Primaries, Republican in General!
Texashistorian also posted an article about Wes Riddle here: http://www.redstate.com/texashistorian/2012/05/30/and-they-said-the-tea-party-was-dead-tx-25/
So to conclude, Wes Riddle is the man I support for TX CD-25. Here is his website: http://www.wesriddle.com/