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By Betty Freauf
June 15, 2014

Idaho Congressman Raul Labrador is running for GOP House Majority leader to replace deposed Eric Cantor (R-Va) who was defeated in last Tuesday’s (6/10) election by a virtual unknown. Virginia voters were obviously looking for a change in the status quo and I pray other states will follow in its wise footsteps. Raul will be challenging House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Cal) with a 40% constitutional voting record to Cantor’s 30% so McCarthy is as liberal as Cantor. Congressman Raul Labrador has a 100% constitutional voting record. Only one other California congressman matches Labrador’s 100% record and that is Republican McClintock. All the rest of the California’s delegation fails miserably. They simply ignore their Constitutional oath once elected.

The Democrat Party is run by leftists and liberals have no problem going along with big government ideas and the Republican Party has recently been run by neo-cons who pretend to be conservatives. They have been selling we, the people out resulting in many disgusted voters registering as Independents because the two parties aren’t doing the job; however, in Oregon for instance, independent voters can only vote for non-partisan issues so in the General election, they get to vote on the crumbs sent to them by the two-party voters in the Primary election. There is an initiative in Oregon looking for signatures to get it on the next ballot to allow the Independents to vote in the Primary.

The vote in Virginia was a welcome change. Cantor had tons of campaign money available while the challenger had very little and yet he won. The Lord does move in mysterious ways. It’s up to the voters to get rid of the old guard crowd.

I heard Congressman Raul speak on the Hugh Hewett radio program on Friday, June 13th. He sounded very impressive and didn’t hesitate when asked the hard-line conservative questions. He is Puerto Rican born to a single mother who was a Democrat until Ronald Reagan ran for President and then she switched to the GOP claiming Democrat President Jimmy Carter was a terrible president.


Congressman Labrador was a Mormon missionary to Chili and saw poverty first hand. He is an attorney and graduate of BYU where he met his wife from Idaho, a “right to work” state. They have five children and when asked by Hewett, he expressed his conservative opinions loud and clear in Spanish to the Hispanic community. He’s definitely pro life, 100% second amendment, supports an investigative committee on Benghazi, IRS, and the other abuses by President Obama and his corrupt administration; however, the deciding vote by Congress people is Thursday, June 19th so he’s having to hustle to get other colleagues in the House to choose him over McCarthy, who is one of 53 Congress people from California.

Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas) was the other conservative alternate to McCarthy but declined to run and was on the Hewett show giving his full support to Raul, who, he indicated among his many other accomplishments was even an Eagle Scout. Conservative talk show hosts also are supporting Raul.


He is asking listeners to contact their Congresspeople right away to convince them to vote for him to replace Eric Cantor. Fortunately Virginia voters decided they’d had enough of elected representatives like Cantor and they gave him an overwhelming well-deserved boot! May more and more voters from other states follow the voters in Virginia in doing likewise in their state and vote out some of these incumbents with lousy constitutional voting records.

Although Cantor remains the Majority Leader until July 31st, do not delay in calling your representatives and asking them to support Raul Labrador for the new GOP Majority leader. The phone number of your congressperson is in your telephone book. Phone calls are more apt to get their attention than an e-mail. Ask him or her to please support Raul Labrador for House Majority Leader. You can also google Raul for additional information.

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The Xeroxed Republicans and Democrats with their globalism game who oppose anyone who wants to put America first believe they have a lock on the electoral system but the defeat of Eric Cantor no doubt has thrown all the established politicians into a panic. They can see the writing on the wall when the voters have said enough is enough so we must keep up the pressure and stay involved. Please don’t fall back to sleep.

� 2014 Betty Freauf - All Rights Reserved

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Betty is a former Oregon Republican party activist having served as state party secretary, county chairman, 5th congressional vice chairman and then elected chairman, and a precinct worker for many years but Betty gave up on the two-party system in 2004.

Betty is a researcher specializing in education, a freelance journalist and a regular contributor to
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Although Cantor remains the Majority Leader until July 31st, do not delay in calling your representatives and asking them to support Raul Labrador for the new GOP Majority leader.