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Monday, March 1, 2010

John Eastman For Attorney General

"Securing the Blessings of Liberty" is a powerful statement. Breaking it down, "securing" implies protection, strength and keeping something we already have. "Blessings" are an acknowledgement of Divine guidance and abundance enhancing our lives for which we are grateful. "Liberty" the essence of America and the freedoms and rights we enjoy unlike any other people in history. Securing the Blessings of Liberty.

John Eastman has a very impressive biography. Until he recently stepped down Eastman has been the Dean of the Chapman University School of Law. He has argued cases before the United States Supreme Court. As a clerk for Associate Justice Clarence Thomas he has had a hand in shaping opinions for the Court. Taking up cases that involve our Constitution and issues such as freedom of speech, freedom of religion and voters' rights, Eastman has taken on states and municipalities and prevailed.

Our current Attorney General in California is Edmund G. Brown, Jr., aka Jerry. Past governor of California, past Mayor of Oakland, Brown is well known for taking his own path and direction. As Attorney General of California he has continued on his own path, expanding the powers and office of Attorney General. Brown has altered some ballot initiative language so drastically that the result is not near the intention, causing supporters to re-write their initiative time and again,, costing them critical time to gain signatures and support (see Vote Safe Now).

On the Attorney General website, or "Jerry's Page," Brown touts his allegiance to the cult of global warming, "Global climate change is happening because of human activities." He must not of read the news out of England and elsewhere showing the false reports and manipulation of records that have led Brown and his fellow Travellers to this false conclusion. Brown has used his office as California's top law enforcement official to push the global warming agenda and spend resources that should be dedicated to protecting California residents and its Constitution to promoting his agenda.

It is time for Californians to be represented by an Attorney General who knows and understands the United States and California Constitutions. Time for an Attorney General who understands the separation of powers, the rights of the individual, the benefits of smaller government and the power of the people over the government. Time for California to have as its Attorney General not a career politician whose agenda involves more time as a politician, but an attorney who is an expert on Constitutional law with a track record of winning court cases instead of elections.

John Eastman is new to politics and running for office. What he is not new to is representing Californians and Americans as they sue for their rights as guaranteed by the the Constitution. Eastman is not interested in expanding the powers of office if elected, he is interested in fulfilling the obligation of the office to protect and defend the Constitution, and the people, of California. Eastman knows the office of Attorney General is to enforce California's laws, not make them. Whereas Brown has argued in defence of releasing ten of thousands of prisoners early from their sentences, elevating the rights of criminals over those of victims and citizens, Eastman will reign back in the liberal expansion of criminals rights and elevate those of victims and citizens.

John Eastman has fought many courageous battles in courts across the country to protect our Constitution from those who deny others their liberties and rights as Americans. Isn't this what we want from our top law enforcement official in California? Don't we need a strong, bright and sensible Attorney General who is not concerned with his political career but rather his job of protecting us? Eastman has already done this throughout his legal career. Now instead of representing Californians in individual cases, he wishes to represent them full time as the People's Attorney.

I wholeheartedly endorse and support John Eastman for Attorney General of California. It is my hope that you join me in this support. If you are a registered Republican you will have the chance to vote twice for Eastman, once in the primary and again in November. If you are not a registered Republican I hope you are open minded to look across the party line and find the opportunity to meet Eastman and hear what he has to say.

"Securing the Blessings of Liberty" is Eastman's campaign theme. It is a vision and a mission for him and for California. I hope you are able to agree with me and support John Eastman for Attorney General.

On March 8th Eastman is having a fundraiser in Long Beach, if you are interested in attending please let me know and I will forward details to you in the next day or two when I receive them.

Please visit John Eastman For Attorney General and learn more about him and his campaign dedicated to keeping California secure and free.

DCS 03012010


Sheryl said...

From his website ...
"John Eastman would reverse this policy and defend Proposition 8 and other voter enacted measures when challenged."

There is no way that I would ever vote for someone who would defend a proposition that made me a second class citizen.

Sheryl said...

and why did he put a 10 year old picture on his front page?