Reclaiming the Constitution

Bradley is the third wheel in senate race

There are many well-known candidates running for office this year, but someone you may not have heard about is Scott Bradley. A former Republican holding smaller office, he decided to switch to the Constitution party to “better champion the Constitution and serve the people of Utah,” according to his campaign website.

He believes that the in order for America to move forward, we must look back to the Constitution. This is essentially the stance of the Constitution party, “to restore our government to its Constitutional limits and our law to its Biblical foundations.”

Bradley’s stance on the issues is very strict. On immigration, he said, “Every state is completely within their rights to defend against invasion.” He supports sending all illegal immigrants back to their countries and allow them to try to immigrate legally after giving them a few months to liquidate their assets.

He supports the right to keep and bear arms as a God-given right. He believes that everyone can have a weapon for the preservation of their lives, liberty and property.

Bradley wants to bring God back into American politics, because he feels that the United States was founded to praise God, and not to separate church and state, but to promote the freedom of religion for everyone.

He is strongly rejects Obama’s health care plan. In his belief, it exemplifies the continuation of unconstitutional policies and actions being carried out by both major political parties. According to him, the government is overstepping its bounds and should not be able to put in place this, or other entitlement programs, as he calls them.

He wishes to make social security an optional program so the government does not rob the worker of the fruits of their labor, forcing them into poverty in their old age. He wishes to remove all entitlement programs, including Medicare and Medicaid.

If you feel like bringing this nation back to the Constitution it was founded on, then vote for Scott Bradley. He believes strongly in his issues, and talks about them in great detail on his campaign website, www.ScottBradleyForSenate.com
He also hosts a radio show on Thursday mornings from 8 to 9 on KVEL AM 920.

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