Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Andrzejewski Congratulates Scott Brown, Tea Party Patriots

Elmhurst, Illinois - January 20, 2010 - Conservative Republican candidate for Governor, Adam Andrzejewski, released the following statement in response to Senator-Elect Scott Brown’s victory last night in the Massachusetts special election for United States Senate: “Congratulations to Senator-Elect Scott Brown, the citizens of Massachusetts, and the tea party patriots on their historic victory tonight. The voters sent a strong message that the “Kennedy” seat belongs to the people and the people will not stand for big government.” The downstate Herscher, IL native issued a congratulatory video response, which can be found on his YouTube Channel or by visiting http://bit.ly/5uCUIg. James Madison in 1788, speaking to the Virginia Convention, stated: “Since the general civilization of mankind, I believe there are more instances of the abridgment of the freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachment of those in power, than by violent and sudden usurpations.” The victory in Massachusetts is a referendum on government encroachment and draws a line in the sand that Congress dare not cross. As Dr. Edwin Feulner, President of The Heritage Foundation warns, "There are no permanent victories in Washington." We must remain vigilant and continue to fight big government at all levels. With Republican victories in New Jersey and Massachusetts, we must now turn our attention to our own state. We have the opportunity to make Illinois the beacon of conservative values and principles in the United States. We are no longer the silent majority. It is time to forge a new day in Illinois. A New Day video can be found on Andrzejewski's WhyVoteAdam.com YouTube Channel, or by visiting http://whyvoteadam.com/?p=21. ### For more information on Adam's response to the historic Tea Party movement, or to schedule an interview, please contact Brett Haase brett@adamforillinois.com or 773.344.7632 Leave a Comment * Conservative T-Shirts * Follow CNB on Twitter * RSS Feed

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