After Representative Renee Ellmers’ epic meltdown on the Laura Ingraham show on March 13, 2014, the country is watching and supporting her #TeaParty opponent Frank Roche (@frankxroche).
Catch these great tweets
@NumbersUSA weighs in (if you are on Twitter, be sure to Retweet this tweet to thank Laura Ingraham):
We at FourCornersUSA are pleased to join the awareness movement Laura Ingraham launched!
In case you missed it, see Ingraham’s tweet link for Ellmers’ #amnesty meltdown
And the follow-up from @BreitbartNews when Ellmers goes running to a pro-amnesty group for help! Really Rep. Ellmers, publishing someone’s personnel cell phone number because they didn’t carry your water? How childish for an elected member of Congress.
Roche on Immigration
Listen to Frank Roche , in what Ingraham refers to as a “significant and fierce Tea Party challenge”, on the Laura Ingraham show on March 14, 2014; check out a couple of his tweets:
Roche on Other Key Issues (from his website)
Federal Debt and Deficits – “Frank believes Congress has already taken on too much debt. The speed with which Republican and Democrat elected officials have allowed the debt to rise over the past 12 years is unprecedented in U.S. history.”
Second Amendment – Pictures speak louder than words (firing the Henry rifle)
Trade Policy – “Frank will work to remove fast track authority for negotiating trade agreements from the Executive branch, and ensure members of Congress exercise their constitutional authority over all future trade treaties, being certain the best interests of American citizens come first.”
Obamacare, Dodd-Frank and Regulation – “As your Congressman Frank will work diligently to replace both the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare, and the Dodd-Frank Wall St. Reform and Consumer Protection Act.”
Education – “As your Congressman, Frank will fight to return the decision making power on public education back to the states and counties, and remove the moral hazard of a government controlled student loan program by returning the loan program to the private sector with necessary reforms.”
Family Values – pro-life and advocates traditional marriage between one man and one woman.
Term Limits – “Frank believes in voluntary term limits for the U.S. House and Senate; 6 terms in the House, 2 terms in the Senate. Frank will not serve more than 12 years in the U.S. House Representatives.”
Catch up on other candidates we’ve profiled:
Senator Tim Scott – U.S. Senator from South Carolina (here)
Col. Rob Maness – U.S. Senate Candidate from Louisiana (here)
Rep. Stace Nelson – U.S. Senate Candidate from South Dakota (here)
Heather Grant – U.S. Senate Candidate from North Carolina (here)