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Mason Weaver – Black American in no need of a Teleprompter

Seems like we are gathering the patriots. Here is a great video put together by an American who loves freedom. Thanks for the thumbs up. Mason Weaver

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Mason Weaver on Fox and Friends

Will Mason Weaver run for Congress.

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Welcome back Carter!.key

My old radio show spoof on Obama. It took Carter to give us Reagan!

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Had enough?

Had enough yet? This government belongs to you. Better act like it. Do not demand, instruct. Freedom is not government issued.

Should Mason Weaver Run for Congress?

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I asked if you have had enough – you said, “Yes!”

You have had enough of surrendering our national sovereignty. You have had enough of being taxed to death and even after death. You have had enough of achievement being punished. You have just had enough.
 
Someone has to tell them:
Reverse the bailouts, reduce taxes.
Drill for oil here and do it now.
Reward job creators and risk takers.
Marriage is not broken – don’t try to fix it.
Parents, families, government; in that order!

IF YOU SEND ME, I WILL TELL THEM!

I have been a radio broadcaster, newspaper columnist, and public speaker for over 20 years and have not strayed from the principles. Congress cannot be persuaded – it must be changed.

Someone should stand:
Stand for Dignity!
Stand for Honor and Hope!
Stand for Passion, Love, and Family!
Stand for those too weak and frightened to stand for themselves.

I have talked to my family, my friends, and my business associates. They have given their opinions. Now I am asking you. Long time listeners, fans, associates, and supporters: Should I enter the United States Congressional race in San Diego County and give the people of the 53rd District a chance to take a stand and make a real choice?
 

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Mason Weaver “We said NO!”

Mason Weaver leads citizens on a protest at the offices of California Assemblyman Block.

Gov. Mark Sanford: Which is worse, being a hypocrite or a liar?

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Mark Stanford had an affair! The governor of South Carolina took a mistress – wow! Now Republicans are supposed to scatter because he is being called a hypocrite? So what? Let’s stop the nonsense; it does not matter what he does – what matters is if what he says is true. Which would be worse, him being a hypocrite for not following his beliefs or being a liar about the truthfulness of those beliefs? Even if I told you a truth that I did not believe myself, it would still be a truth. Truth is as truth is. If Mark Stanford had said “Thus saith Mark Stanford, we shall not comment adultery,” that would be different from “Thus said the Lord, thou shall not commit adultery.” Even if he did it himself that would not take away from the truth. By falling short of his own principles he has not harmed the principles, they are still intact.

The problem with conservative ideology is our forgetfulness of where the principles came from and “whose” they are. They are not the “Mark Stanford” principles. Mark Stanford’s criticism of Bill Clinton’s affairs are still valid criticisms. Mark Stanford’s stand on principles are still valid stances. All our opponents have to do is find a flaw in our character and extrapolate that flaw to our principles. We get embarrassed because we have a public display of the flawed character of human beings; however, they are not flaws in our principles. When our opponents are caught up in similar circumstances there is hardly a whimper because they never claim to have any principles to start with.

Let us not allow the opposition to direct our path or our principles. Let us not abandon them, even the ones that are hard to keep. We should also keep in mind the principles of forgiveness and reconciliation. Why do we turn our backs on those?  Our problems become multiplied when we try to be perfect. All of you reading this message have things in your personal lives you do not what ANYONE to find out about. We all have embarrassing, sinful thoughts and actions. Should we abandon our principles because of personal guilt?

We preach righteousness but judge perfection! That will always result in condemnation, not inspiration! Which is worse, being a hypocrite, or being a liar?