Missouri's 7th District, U.S. House of Representatives




Congressional Issues 2010
The Educational Value of This Website

Perhaps you always vote for one political party or the other, and there's no way you'll ever vote for a third party candidate.

You should still read this website.

The following statement was mailed to educators in and outside Missouri's 7th Congressional District, and they were asked, "Can you recommend that voters read from the Kevin Craig for Congress website in order to become better informed voters?" Their responses are found below.

If America's Founding Fathers could travel through time from 1776 to 2006, they would be horrified, angered, and outraged at what America has done to the government they created.

They took up arms against taxes which were only 3-5%; we pay ten times more today.

The government against which they rebelled would never have dreamed of using tax revenues to fund:

  • an abortion-provider like Planned Parenthood;
  • blasphemous anti-Christian "art" through the National Endowment for the Arts;
  • the removal of the Ten Commandments from public school classrooms and the Alabama State Courthouse;
  • welfare programs which reward those who refuse to work and use their welfare checks for drugs and prostitutes;
  • a trillion dollar war to establish an Islamic Theocracy in Iraq;

and the list goes on and on.

Consider these claims.

(1)   By every measure, our current federal government is many times worse than the government which America’s Founding Fathers abolished.

(2)   Were they here today, America’s Founding Fathers would immediately take steps to abolish the government they created.

(3)   Were they here today, America’s Founding Fathers would urge Americans to become better-informed voters.

(4)   Were they here today, America’s Founding Fathers would urge Americans to read from the “Kevin Craig for Congress” website.

(5)   Were they here today, America’s Founding Fathers would vote for Kevin Craig rather than the Republican incumbent or the Democrat challenger.

The following educators have endorsed one or more of the above claims:

Name and Town Position Endorsing: Comments
John Rea, Forsyth, MO Prof., University of Missouri, Ret. (3)