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    A Message of Appreciation from Senator Ron Johnson

    Senator Ron Johnson recently wrote a diary entry at RedState in which he thanked grassroots activists for supporting his candidacy for Vice Chairman of the Senate Republican Conference. Read below:

    A Message of Appreciation

    By: Senator Ron Johnson

    Today, we lost a close vote. The press is reporting that the final vote in the Senate Republican Vice Chair race was 25-22.

    I sincerely appreciate the grassroots support from people who understand that Washington is broken – and the conservative community is high on that list. Without your strong and clear voice, the vote today would not have been as close as it was. The message you are sending about the need to rein in spending, to repeal Obamacare, to prevent excessive regulation, and to take advantage of America’s own energy resources, is beginning to get through. Your work is important and it is appreciated; please keep it up.

    Notwithstanding the Senate vote, we need to be focused on the election ahead. In 2012, the American people will have a clear choice between two competing visions. Republican candidates for the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the White House, should commit to drawing a clear contrast.

    Read more at RedState.

    1 comments
    Kathleen Sliter
    12/19/2011

    Folks, this Senator voted YEA on S1867 along with 92 other senators; which, when signed into law by Obama will put America under virtual martial law. This Act is nicknamed "battlefield" because all American land will be considered a battlefield & then it comes under military "protection". Any American citizen SUSPECTED of being a domestic terrorist will be subject to warrantless seizure by the military & tried by a military tribunal, not a jury of his peers. Go to Thomas (Library of Congress) research this yourselves. Look up the transcript of Sen, Paul's 11-19-11 remarks. Scream & holler at your own senators.