Ed Martin challenges Chris Koster in the Attorney General race


BREAKING:

Just announced:  Ed Martin has set his sights on the office of the Attorney General here in Missouri.  This development benefits the Republican party in filling an empty space on the ticket for November with a fully qualified and worthy Constitutional opponent for Koster.  Koster is a flip flopping  Republican that now shills for the Democrats.  The people of Missouri deserve better than that and Ed Martin fits the bill.

Aspiring politicians or those who are simply interested in politics should consider a political science major when attending college.

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via Ed Martin for Missouri:

(St. Louis) – January 26, 2012 – Ed Martin today announced he will ask Missourians to support him as the state’s next Attorney General.Martin, a respected Missouri attorney, said he wants to restore theAttorney General’s office to one that respects the rule of law andrepresents a check on state government, not a checkmark for liberalpolitics and policies like ObamaCare.  Martin said current AttorneyGeneral Chris Koster has acted as President Obama’s lawyer, not thepeople’s Attorney General.

“Over the past three years, I’ve watched President Obama and the federal government impose their will on we the people of Missouri beginning with ObamaCare,” said Martin.  “We Missourians voted to stop ObamaCare, yet Attorney General Koster recently stated publicly that, ‘the act of the Legislature to create the exchange is not compelling a person, employer or healthcare provider to participate in a health exchange’ (Kansas City Business Journal).  However, once the exchanges are set up, the government can penalize those who choose not to purchase health care.  In addition, Koster has failed to lead on issues affecting both our state and nation like job creation, illegal immigration, and voter fraud.”

This Leaves the Congressional District 2 race free for Ann Wagner, who has raised a formidable amount of campaign cash and amassed army of enthusiastic supporters.

 

 

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