Monday, May 31, 2010

Memorial Day Tribute.

No braver patriots ever fought. No braver deeds were ever wrought.
On a more serious note ladies and gentlemen, please pause for a moment of silence. While you are enjoying your day off, spending time with your loved ones, and manning the grill in the back yard, please remember the reason it is possible to enjoy these luxuries. Since the founding of our great nation the men and women of the armed forces have given the ultimate sacrifice to gain and maintain the freedom we now enjoy as Americans. Today we must show our respects to the fallen. Also, don't forget the brave and courageous that are still fighting today. We pray that you all make it home safely.

The Direct Shooter.

Welcome to the political pistol. My name is Victor Armendariz and I am running for Congress in District Four. I thought for my first entry I would write in the spirit of the old west. So put on your spurs, saddle up, and lets hit the (campaign) trail. I would like to state right out of the gate, that all readers are welcome to open up discussion. Just lock, load, then fire away. I will shoot straight regardless of the issue and there is no issue that I won't entertain. The main issue that is burnin' a hole in my holster is Fair Tax! You may hear me ramblin' on bout it, but I believe in it, so I'm sticking to my guns. I won't waver on that there issue and if you suggest otherwise, I might get all Dirty Harry on you. You got to ask yourself a question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?

I hopped on this political wagon train because the current administration is chapping my hide. I am seeking liberty and freedom for Americans just like those old powdered wig wearin' men intended. I will be sharing more with you folks as the days on this trail carry on. We will have a rootin' tootin' good time and learn as we go. I hope to bring justice to this "town". Everybody in District 4 needs a cowboy they can count on. So at high noon this election season, hop on your horse and go vote. When the dust settles and the smoke clears, I hope to me the last man standing. And don't forget- I'll be your Huckleberry.