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




Congressional Issues 2010
Republican Party Promises

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When our current Congressman was first elected in 1996, the Republican Party Platform repeated similar promises made when Ronald Reagan campaigned for President back in 1980:

As a first step in reforming government, we support elimination of the Departments of Commerce, Housing and Urban Development, Education, and Energy, and the elimination, defunding or privatization of agencies which are obsolete, redundant, of limited value, or too regional in focus. Examples of agencies we seek to defund or to privatize are the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the Legal Services Corporation.

These are appropriate promises to make:

  • They are constitutional promises to make, because the Constitution creates a government of enumerated powers, and these bureaucracies are not within the Constitutional limits of power (click here for more details)

  • They are libertarian promises to make, because these bureaucracies infringe on our liberties

  • They are now broken promises

Republicans have proven themselves unworthy of our trust. Despite having complete control over Congress and the White House, Republicans have not only failed to abolish these wasteful and unconstitutional agencies, they have increased funding for them.

Libertarians would actually keep the promises made by Ronald Reagan in the 1980's and Republicans in 1996.

They Promise Us Freedom and Give Us Tyranny

Republicans, just as much as Democrats, have vastly expanded federal tyranny. During political campaigns, they talk about smaller government and "fiscal responsibility." Once elected, these same Republicans give us bailouts and unfunded Medicare liabilities.They deserve to be turned out of office for violating the promises they made, both in their platform and in their oath of office.

Every single person who plotted or participated in the original "Boston Tea Party" would vote for Kevin Craig if they were voting in Southwest Missouri in 2010.

We're talking about men like Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Paul Revere, and other members of the "Sons of Liberty."

And these great Americans would agree that the modern "Tea Party Movement" should endorse Kevin Craig rather than Billy Long.

How did the "Tea Party Patriots" of Branson, MO, decide to endorse Billy Long and Roy Blunt?

Were there public debates?

If you are:
  • A Real American
  • A Real Christian
  • A Real Republican

then you have a moral obligation to
vote for Kevin Craig in November
rather than Billy Long.

Which Candidate is Leading Voters?
Which Candidate is Following Voters?


Kevin Craig

Billy Long

Christian Search Kevin Craig's Website for "Christian" on Google.

Search Kevin Craig's Website for "Biblical" on Google | Try "Bible"

Search Kevin Craig's Website for "Christian nation" on Google

Search Billy Long's Website for "Christian" on Google

Search Billy Long's Website for "Biblical" on Google | Try "Bible"

Search Billy Long's Website for "Christian nation" on Google

Character Search Kevin Craig's Website for "character" on Google.

Character traits Kevin Craig is working on.

Search Billy Long's Website for "character" on Google
Constitution Search Kevin Craig's Website for "constitution" on Google.

Take a "post-graduate course" on the Constitution.

Search Billy Long's Website for "constitution" on Google
"Enumerated Powers"
Search Kevin Craig's Website for "enumerated" on Google.

Chief Justice Rehnquist said the enumerated powers doctrine was one of the "first principles" of the Constitution.

Search Billy Long's Website for "enumerated" on Google
Search Kevin Craig's Website for "oath" on Google. Search Billy Long's Website for "oath" on Google

From time to time we've been tempted to believe that society has become too complex to be managed by self-rule, that government by an elite group is superior to government for, by, and of the people. Well, if no one among us is capable of governing himself, then who among us has the capacity to govern someone else?
In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.
-- President Ronald Reagan, First Inaugural Address

Kevin Craig's campaign website is possibly the largest candidate website on the Internet. It addresses nearly every conceivable political and social issue from an explicitly Biblical Worldview perspective.

Politics is a Tug-of-War

Voters should pick the candidate who can pull the rope in the direction of Free-Market Capitalism with the most passion and vigor. Liberty and Capitalism depend on a strong foundation of Christian Morality.

It appears that Billy Long refuses to debate his conservative opponents in the race for Missouri's 7th Congressional Seat. If he cannot debate conservatives, how can he defeat the liberals? Listen to my interview on National Public Radio:

Click here to listen

The webpage is here. It says:

       KSMU made requests to the Republican candidate, Billy Long, over the course of a week.
       On Friday morning, a spokesperson for Long, Royce Redding, said if KSMU provided the questions we would ask Long in advance, there was a chance we might be able to interview him.
       Redding was informed that KSMU does not submit questions prior to any interview. Long did not get back to us by the news deadline.

This is not a candidate who will battle socialism and defend capitalism. You're reading the website of the candidate who has and who will.

Kevin Craig's Personal Background:

  • Became a creationist in high school
  • Got addicted to public policy questions in high school academic debate
  • Represented Orange County, California, in the national Student Congress championships
  • Personally tutored by R. J. Rushdoony, founder of the Chalcedon Foundation.
  • B.A., University of Southern California, Political Science
  • Became Chalcedon Scholar, wrote regular column for Chalcedon Report.
  • Studied law with John Warwick Montgomery at the Simon Greenleaf School of Law. M.A., J.D.
  • Passed the California Bar Exam
  • Denied a license to practice law by the same federal court of appeals that ruled that public school students should not be permitted to say the words "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance.
  • Used legal training to form a dozen or so non-profit organizations.
  • Co-director of Isaiah House, recovery home in Santa Ana, Calif., roughly 1988-98.
  • Founder, Editor, Vine & Fig Tree, a non-profit educational ministry.

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