Armand C. Hale
So called silent majority
By Armand C. Hale
May 22, 2012

For the So Called "Silent Majority" forgotten by all, here are some important news pieces leading up to the 2012 election and a news article from ABC News. Remember... Read... Read...Read! (JMJ)

Take Back Congress

Our campaign to educate voters is having an impact. Efforts and support of organizations like is giving a voice to the previously silent majority. I have a few words for President Obama, Harry Reid, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters. The Tea Party has not gone "straight to hell" and we are coming in November to finish the job we started in 2010 to take back America! November 2012 may be THE most important election in our lifetimes. Never before has the need been greater for individuals to stand up against a government that has forgotten who they were elected to represent.

The tea party movement would not have been necessary but for spineless politicians who refuse to make the needed choices to rein in spending, focusing rather on what will win them the next election. We have taken names and it's time those determined to sell out America are removed from office. Many in the media and Liberal movement would love to declare the tea party dead! They underestimated our strength in 2010 and they will again in November. Help us prove them wrong and defeat Barack Obama's liberal agenda. Show that you support for the Tea Party is strong by your support. Source:

Recall Will Have Major National Impact

Scott Walker appeared on Greta Van Susteren's show on Fox News Channel, and one thing the interviewed focused on was the major national impacts the upcoming RECALL election in Wisconsin will have. If the RECALL election fails, and Republican Gov. Scott Walker wins, then it will be a huge defeat for Barack Obama, and a major setback for his re-election campaign for president. If the RECALL passes, then it will be a huge defeat for conservative principles and candidates nationwide. We simply have no other choice than to DEFEAT the RECALL We urgently need your help. Please consider making a contribution to help us purchase the airtime.

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Breaking news

In response to President Obama's endorsement of homosexual "marriage" last week, freshman senator Rand Paul gave a rousing speech in support of real marriage and morality. He took particular offense to Obama's hypocrisy towards marriage. The president has justified his long-coming flip-flop on marriage by describing it as "evolution." But the truth is — as Rand Paul points out — Obama has been working to further homosexual "marriage" for years. His public announcement did not surprise anyone. It is truly a blessing to see a pro-Family senator stand up and speak out for real marriage and traditional values. P.S. Please forward this to your friends. You can find the entire video clip here. You can find the entire video clip here. Source: Eugene Delgaudio, President, Public Advocate of the United States.

ALIPAC Renews Endorsements for 14 Federal Candidates Fighting Illegal Immigration

For National Release May 18, 2012

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is renewing endorsements for 14 federal candidates running in 2012 who were previously endorsed in 2010. These candidates have strong stances in favor of enforcing America's existing border and immigration laws instead of any form of Amnesty for illegal immigrants.

Each candidate completed ALIPAC's candidate survey and pledge in 2010 indicating their opposition to illegal immigration and Amnesty for illegal's. These candidates have now been added to ALIPAC's 2012 endorsed candidates found at Today, ALIPAC is renewing endorsements for Jesse Kelly, who is running in Arizona's 8th Congressional district, Mark Reed running in California's 30th district, Dave Chapman running in California's 18th district, Mike Yost running in Florida's 3rd district, Bernard Sansaricq running in Florida's 23rd district, Karen Harrington running in Florida's 20th district, Ben Lange running in Iowa's 1st district, Don Volaric in Michigan's 9th district, Robyn Hamlin in Missouri's 1st district, Sam Graves in Missouri's 6th district, Anna Little in New Jersey's 6th district, Donna Campbell in Texas's district 25, and Jim Postma in Washington state's 9th district. ALIPAC is also renewing endorsement for Glen Urquhart's 2012 US Senate campaign in Delaware.

"We are very pleased to see so many great candidates running again in 2012 who are answering the public's overwhelming demands for more immigration and border enforcement," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "These candidates are aligned with the super majority of American voters who when polled strongly indicated they want illegal immigration stopped and reversed through the adequate enforcement of our existing immigration laws." The renewal of these endorsements by ALIPAC raises the total number to 140 in 2012!

ALIPAC will now display endorsements for these candidates at and will encourage the group's over 40,000 national supporters to vote, volunteer, and donate directly to these endorsed campaigns. ALIPAC will also offer to send press releases to press contacts in each district or state in support of these endorsed candidates, and make every effort to educate voters about these federal candidates who are aligned with their views on the top national issue of illegal immigration.

ALIPAC is America's largest grass roots political action committee endorsing candidates based on their strong stance on illegal immigration and border security. Founded on 9/11/2004, ALIPAC is a national organization consisting of Americans of all races, political parties, and walks of life who are unified against illegal immigration. For more information, interviews, or to join please visit Source: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) (866) 703-0864 /

Lesbian Couple Charged With Staging Hate Crime By Alyssa Newcomb | ABC News Blogs

A lesbian couple who claimed they were victims of a hate crime have been arrested after police determined they staged the incidents. On Oct. 28, Aimee Whitchurch, 37, and Christel Conklin, 29, called police and reported the words "Kill the Gay" were scrawled in red spray paint on the garage door of their Parker, Colo., home. The next day, the couple told deputies they found a noose hanging on the handle of their front door. The women told officers they believed the incidents were retaliation from their neighbors and homeowner's association, who had complained the couple did not pick up after their dogs. Due to the nature of the crimes, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office worked in tandem with the FBI to investigate. After reviewing witness statements, authorities determined Whitchurch and Conklin had staged the incidents. Both women are charged with criminal mischief and false reporting.

Whitchurch faces an additional charge of forgery.

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MSgt Armand C. Hale retired from the U.S. Air Force serving his country for over 23 years. His many tours of duty included the Republic of Korea, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the State of Qatar. He has a Bachelors degree in business & management and has written a book on his experiences in the country of Qatar. You can purchase his book at and Lulu Books.


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