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Formerly on Welfare, This Impressive Congressional Candidate's Message is Powerful

Original post made by Steve, Another Pleasanton neighborhood, on Sep 30, 2010

If you haven't yet heard of Star Parker in California's 37 District (South of LA), you will soon. If she wins over liberal democrat, Laura Richardson (who votes consistent with McNerney), Star's message will resonate throughout the Black community and elsewhere to staunch democrats.

Her message that conservatism is the "success prescription" for individual's lives and for America as a whole is loud and clear.

Meet Star Parker in either an audio-clip or video-clip below.

audio >>> Web Link

video >>> : Web Link

Also, if you take the time to listen to Star Parker, my strong sense is that her conservative values are extremely similar to David Harmer's.

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