Elbert Guillory: Mary Landrieu is Not Helping Blacks!
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    I recently had the honor of addressing a group of young American leaders...the LSU College Republicans!! Geaux Tigers! ... See MoreSee Less

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    Liberalism is not fair.

    It is unfair to the poor who it has trapped on welfare with no ladder out of the hole.

    It is unfair to the children it has abandoned in schools more concerned with the demands of unions.

    It is unfair to the taxpayers it robs to feed its insatiable appetite to spend.

    The rest of us must stop conceding the moral high ground to the unjust.

    It has come time to let justice roll on like a river.
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    This weekend I addressed the Republican Women of Nashville. There are great leaders and great Americans who are expanding our message of values. I gained three pounds eating Nashville Goo Goo Clusters and barbeque!! ... See MoreSee Less

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    During Black History Month, we must celebrate the formation of The Republican Party. In the 1850s, the creation of "The Republican Party" and "The Abolitionist Movement" were one-in-the-same. Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth and Frederick Douglass were all Republican Leaders.

    We have decided to put out this message on Black Radio Stations across America, in historic Black cities such as Memphis, Birmingham, Jackson and New Orleans.

    You can "listen" to our radio ad below:

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    One must consider himself to be either entitled or equal. You cannot be both at the same time. ... See MoreSee Less

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