Wednesday, February 3, 2010

LEN BRITTON COULD BE VERMONT'S SCOTT BROWN

LEN BRITTON COULD BE VERMONT'S SCOTT BROWN

Let's pitch in and help Len Britton pull off a "Scott Brown" in Vermont. Let's keep pounding home the message to Washington DC, that we are mad as hell and we are not going to take it anymore.

Britton is a conservative who is challenging Pat Leahy, the incumbent Vermont Senator for nearly 36 years. Leahy has been in too long and should be 'retired'. Britton's stance on the issues: Limited government, fiscal responsibility, and term limits. 'Nuff said.

You can help, whether you live in Vermont or not. Forward this message to everyone on your mailing list. Click on Britton's website, (www.lenbritton.com) call his number and volunteer to make phone calls. Send him some cash. Show him that ordinary people are the driving force in this country and we are more powerful than the political establishment realizes. Vermont needs Britton and ordinary people can help.

Britton, 54, is a small businessman (lumber) whose family has lived in Vermont for nine generations. Leahy has enjoyed broad support in recent campaigns, winning 70 percent of the popular vote, but times have changed, Britton says, "If ever there were an anti-incumbency mood it is now."
Reckless bailouts, chronic overspending, lack of direction, printing money to solve problems has caused the voter to seek new leadership. Britton could be the one. He and his wife have five children.

While a political newcomer, Britton's family has a long and active history in Vermont. His forebear Moses Robinson was an early U.S. Senator from Vermont, 1791-96, and also served as governor. Another ancestor, John Robinson, was governor 1853-54, and a more recent relation, Allan Britton, served in the state legislature in the 1950s.

Let's help elect Len Britton.

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