Friday, June 25, 2010


I am a little behind on the blog posts these days. Here is a podcast with Jason Pye of the Peach Pundit.

Forum in Tucker.

Most of the candidates gathered together for a forum hosted in Tucker. It was a great event where I was able to meet a lot of potential voters! There was a photographer on the scene taking photos. He got quite a few nice shots of me. Especially the one with Jim Duffy, I am not a football player so I have no idea where that came from. I am a soccer player though-Go Team USA. I thought that would be a nice place to randomly plug that!

Monday, June 14, 2010


"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free." Ronald Reagan

Take it Back.

Vote Republican!! Our ultimate goal (as Republicans) is to see a Republican take back the District Four seat. Remember: Bad officials are elected by good citizens that don't vote!!(Andrew Lack) Get out their and vote.
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The best moments...

are those shared with friends. People that you can spend time with and "let your hair down". This campaign has been stressful for all the candidates, so it was a nice break from reality to relax at a local pool party. We attended an event in the Hunter Hill community yesterday. You can see me above attempting to keep up with the ladies. I am not very skilled when it comes to dancing, but I was able to laugh while I tried. We enjoyed some food from the grill and some great conversation. We appreciate the opportunity to be a part of the event!

Saturday, June 12, 2010

We the People..

Need Fair Tax Now!! Tax policies are directly related to job creation. I believe with all my heart that the current tax system needs to be abolished and replaced by the implementation of the Fair Tax. The Fair Tax is the most researched plan in Congress today. It is the only plan that takes power away from the government and gives it back to the people. The Fair Tax plan will eliminate the IRS and all withholdings. This would allow individuals to spend their hard earned paychecks the way that they see fit. And I for one believe that the American people should decide how to spend their money, not a bunch of bureaucrats in Washington.

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Breaking the law...

Let's talk about immigration some more. Let’s smack this horse in the hind side a few more times, Why not? I am going to tell you where I stand on this issue and you big hearted folks out there may be appalled. I know some of my Hispanic friends will want to disown me, but I must stay true to myself. You see, I do not make decisions based on emotions. First, a little background info. My father was born and raised in Mexico and moved to this country to pursue the American dream of which he had heard about. He came to America on a student Visa and eventually received citizenship. He is 75 years old and still will stand and declare, “I am a United States citizen, I earned it”. When he received his green card, he was informed that he must carry it with him at all times. This seemed like a small price to pay for the liberties, freedoms, and joys of being an American citizen. The laws existed then, and they still exists now. Contrary to popular belief, Arizona did not create a law out of thin air.

We are a Nation of laws, a Constitutional Republic, not a Democracy and abiding by those laws is required of all citizens. Disregarding law leads to chaos and diminishes the American dream. I support Arizona in their efforts to provide a better quality of life for its people. Those who earned their citizenship understand the value of the pursuit and the eventual gain that comes from being a bonafide citizen. And let me state, the Arizona law that was passed is just a replica of the Federal Law. Yes, it is the job of the Federal government to enforce immigration law, but when a state is under siege and one of its cities is the kidnapping capital of the world, action must be taken. Arizona like any state should act in order to force the Federal government to do its job. Let us not forget that the Federal governments #1 job is to secure the sovereignty of the USA and protect its people.

I am not cold hearted. I want the best for my people and the people of this great Nation. I am very proud to be an American and I want the same for anyone who desires to live out their days here in the states. I do not however, agree with unlawful entry into our nation. Additionally, it disappoints me that immigrants would enter illegally and commit crimes against the tax payers. This is a double dose of " you pushed your luck too far."

Truthfully, it saddens me to hear of the treatment of Mexican immigrants by the human traffickers. It is inhumane to live in a basement or a holding house with ten, twenty other people because you're being hidden. That is no way to live for any person! I think the "system" by which immigrants earned citizenship should be less bureaucratic. I am not saying it should be the simplest task, but the current process is mind boggling. If we create a better process, then we would not have to resort to these measures to protect our borders. We could stand behind the Statue of Liberty and welcome immigrants with her inscription that reads "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." Earn your citizenship and we welcome you with open arms.

Speak softly

and carry a big stick. No words ever seemed clearer or rang truer than these regarding an incident that occurred on the campaign trail recently. One of the Caucasian Republican candidates for the Georgia District Four race decided to pull the race card in order to push forward their agenda. I was at the event to bare witness to the most under minded and under developed ploys for media attention thus far. Most people would disagree with me, but I don't believe that "bad press" is "good press". I joined this race to achieve a few things: to make a difference in a time when a difference needs to be made, to see these changes make a better future for my family, your family, and the next generation, and of course most know that I believe the first step to achieving those two things is to enact the Fair Tax. I know that being true to myself is always best and only the weak play dirty. Please keep these things in mind when you vote in the primaries on July 20, 2010. Our nation has seen enough of this negativity perpetuated, let's stop it now! Vote Victor Armendariz!