This is Maryland.
You can count on every elected Republican to fight for conservative values and stand up for you all the time, right?
The Republicans are fighting against the liberals every day in Annapolis, right?
As you know, the Maryland Liberty PAC worked with Delegate Mike McDermott (R – District 38B), to get House Bill 106 introduced in the House of Delegates.
This bill would have repealed O’Malley’s septic bill that is attacking property rights all over Maryland.
Repealing O’Malley’s radical laws should be a no-brainer decision for Republicans.
Every Republican should sponsor good bills that challenge the liberal leadership.
The fact is, there are some Republicans who stand with us, and there are some who oppose our liberty-motivated principles.
Delegate Kathy Vitale and Delegate Herb McMillan were the only two Republicans on the House Environmental Matters Committee to vote against House Bill 106.
We have no idea why they would join forces with Martin O’Malley and the liberals to oppose our property rights protection bill.
These legislators need to hear from you today.
Please call them and email them today to let them know you’re watching and that you disapprove of what you see:
Delegate Herb McMillan (R – District 30)
Delegate Kathy Vitale (R – District 33A)
If you live in Anne Arundel County, I hope you will especially contact these legislators since both represent Anne Arundel County residents.
We are in the battle of our lives to protect the right to private property in Maryland and we cannot afford to have counterfeit conservatives teaming up with Martin O’Malley in Annapolis.
If you’re committed to keeping politicians accountable I hope you will donate today to our RINO Replacement Fund.
Money raised in this fund will be used to keep politicians like Vitale and McMillan accountable to the conservative principles they claim to hold.
Patrick L. McGrady
Maryland Liberty PAC
P.S. Are you fed up with RINOs and sell-out conservatives in Maryland?
Authority: Joe Fleckenstein, Treasurer, Maryland Liberty PAC
Learn more at MarylandLiberty.org