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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Black Republicans - Bill Marcy for Congress

In districts all across the US the Republican Party is seeing an influx of minority candidates of African, Hispanic and Asian heritage.

These solid middle class candidates often have strong business backgrounds and are working to bring the message of limited government and lower taxes to their communities.

Republican Bill Marcy is taking on Mississippi's longest-serving current member of Congress, Democrat Bennie Thompson.  The Democrat naturally won't be debating his two challengers before the Nov. 6 general election.  Incumbents never want to have their insane ideas challenged in public.

Thompson, 64, is the top Democrat on the House Homeland Security Committee. He had already been Bolton mayor and a Hinds County supervisor when he first won a 1993 special election to Congress.

As has been the case for most of his re-election efforts, Thompson has significantly more campaign cash than his opponents this year reports The Mississippi Press.

He faces a Republican he defeated two years ago, Bill Marcy, 66, of Vicksburg, who is courting tea party voters; and independent Cobby Mondale Williams, 36, of Canton, who's trying to appeal to younger voters.

Marcy is a former Chicago police officer who retired as regional vice president of Interstate Security Systems in Chicago. He was born and raised in Chicago and spent summers visiting his grandmother in Mississippi. He moved to Meridian, Miss., in 2001 and to Vicksburg in 2010.

Marcy is strongly supporting the 2nd Amendment, the 10th Amendment, is pro-life, pro-oil drilling and favors the Fair Tax.

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Congressional districts of Mississippi.
Bill Marcy is running in the 2nd District.


Seeker said...

WHoever thinks the Fairtax is great, or even rational, is either too fucking stupid to read the read fine print, or just too fucking stupid.

I was fooled for a while, but see, I have the brains to ask questions and read the fine print.

Apparently the blogger THE FEDERALIST talks about questioning what they read -- you know, the Carlin cartoon.

But the blogger is too fucking stupid to do it himself.

Read the fine print, moron. See who is stupid.


And see who has the balls to admit they were fooled by bullshit lies


Gary said...

Thanks for the post. I also oppose the Fair Tax. But in this case I am reporting on the opinions of other people.