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garon7 said...

SKYBOXER & Everyone else,

Tres Wittum is the perfect young man for the Job! Please check out his info. Thanks for your time!

Wittum cares about Tennessee and seeing his generation rise to meet the challenges that have been passed down. Unlike others, he has built his own name and we admire his courage, integrity, and honor. Tres is championing the message that will return our nation to its status as a “shining city on a hill”: personal responsibility, individual freedom, and moral integrity.

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December 5, 2011 at 1:01 p.m.
garon7 said...

This movement is about “us”, a doubted and challenged generation stepping up to the plate and taking responsibility for the future direction of our country. Draft Tres Wittum for Congress is a movement of “We the People”: the friends, family, and colleagues who first recognized the leader among us who can articulate our message and be our spokesman: Tres Wittum. Tres is a person who boldly speaks our shared beliefs, lives by our convictions, truly loves and wants the best for our country, and has been actively working over the years defending our unalienable rights.

We understand the major challenges our nation faces but are nevertheless convinced that it’s up to us to mend our broken country and rise to new heights this country has never seen. All of us have a duty and responsibility to protect our sacred rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. All of us are stepping up to the plate to create our own destiny and have a say in the future we will inherit. Now is the time for us to have a seat at the table: to make decisions which concern us and direct our government in Washington to hear our voice.

November 27, 2011 at 7:47 a.m.
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