don't sugar coat the news - tell me the truth - where is our country headed?
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It's time to take our country back, but we can't do that unless you get in the fight. Protecting america is the duty and responsibility of each and every American citizen. Right now the federal government is power grabing in ways we have never seen before. In the past we have not had to get involved and many have opted out of voting to watch their favorite shows or play their favorite video games; and that is why I am calling you to action today. Our nation needs your help on November 4th, 2014. We need you to get in the fight and help us elect individuals who will fight for our Constitution and our individual freedoms. If you are over 18 and you live in Kentucky, I need you to get registered asap, get directions to your voting location, and write in or type in Shawna Sterling for US Senate on November 4th, 2014. Thank You!
number 1 priority: healthy kentuckians
Kentuckians need health insurance for their families, but Kentuckian's do not need the federal government to be informed every time they pee in a cup. The feds have overstepped their boundaries with health care. As a US Senator from Kentucky, I will fight to get our families covered and their privacy protected from the feds.
number 2 priority: jobs
Kentuckians need jobs. When the feds put so many regulations on our Kentucky moms and pops they go out of business and we lose our independence. Kentuckians need to invest in Kentuckians. As a US Senator from Kentucky, I will fight against regulations and taxes that harm our Kentucky small businesses.
number 3 priority: energy
Kentuckians need energy. When the feds put so many regulations on our Kentucky energy resources our Kentucky families suffer. Kentuckians need to keep the energy resources in the hands of Kentuckians. As a US Senator from Kentucky, I will fight against regulations that harm Kentucky's energy independence.
number 4 priority: education
Kentucky children need quality education. When the feds pour billions into programs that don't close the educational gaps, we have to ask ourselves if the feds are trying to help our children be independent citizens or citizens dependent on the feds. As a US Senator from Kentucky, I will fight for funding programs that produce results, including those that are provided to our children in charter schools and home schools.