Last night the voters of the Third District had a chance to see two distinct visions for our country. We had a good, civil debate and I’d like to thank WYFF and the League of Women Voters for giving us the chance to get our message out on live television.
After last night, one thing was made unmistakably clear. There are major policy differences between myself and my Democrat opponent. Here’s a summary of some of the major issue differences that came up yesterday.
Role of Government:
I believe the role of government should be limited and scaled back to reflect the intent of our founding fathers.
My Democrat opponent believes big and intrusive government is a good thing, and that we should embrace a greater governmental role in our daily lives.
I believe in the right to keep and bear arms, and for my support of the 2nd Amendment the NRA and Gun Owners of America have endorsed my candidacy.
My opponent supports restricting the 2nd Amendment, and attacked my concealed weapons permit proposal but didn’t even know enough about the issue to know South Carolina’s age requirement for a permit until I corrected her.
I believe that the failed ObamaCare legislation should be repealed and replaced with free market based solutions.
My opponent believes that it’s the government’s role to be in charge of heath care, and does not support repeal.
In an earlier debate, I talked about my pledge to support institutional term limits for all Congressmen and Senators as a way to end the corruption coming out of Washington.
My opponent opposes term limits of any kind, perpetuating the problem of creating more career politicians.
These are just a few of the clear distinctions between myself and my Democrat opposition, and explains exactly what’s at stake this election cycle and why I need your help today to do one or more of thefollowing:
I need your help to bring common sense, small business inspired solutions back to Washington.