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July 2, 2013

Rev. E. W. Jackson told me his recent thoughts and a quick advance on his July 4th Independence Day public address on how the liberals accept radical candidates while attacking Conservatives for their believes.


Rev. Jackson who is the Republican nominee for Lt. Governor in Virginia and America's most prominent black conservative, told me:

While I am traveling across our Commonwealth to inspire and unite Virginians around Constitutional and commonsense ideas Ralph Northam continues to campaign by promoting the politics of division.

Ralph Northam laid it out the night he won the Democratic primary.

He is running on divisive social issues: He wants to expand abortion. He even wants to prevent women from having safer access to health care by relaxing safety standards on abortion clinics!

And today, he boasted about getting the endorsement of Planned Parenthood, the largest provider of abortions nationwide.

The Democrats fought to reduce health and safety standards for abortion clinics, with Ralph Northam's full-throated support. They even defended convicted infanticide murderer Kermit Gosnell.

With an extremist focus like this -- how can we trust Ralph Northam to be Lieutenant Governor?

His commitment to running on divisive social issues doesn't end there.

He wants to limit Second Amendment rights. And on the definition of marriage, he reversed his previous position, to oppose traditional marriage so he could win the Democrat primary.

Switching positions just to win an election? That is not leadership.

He also backs Obamacare, proving his commitment to having government bureaucrats instead of families make health care decisions for Virginians.

Northam has no real record of accomplishment to speak of despite having six years in Richmond to get something done.

And now, Ralph Northam thinks that record earned him a promotion?

I respectfully disagree.

"You and I know a better way. Liberty can light the way for us, freeing Virginia families to make their own health care decisions, in a Virginia where all health facilities are subject to the same basic minimum safety standards," said Jackson.

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