Citizens for Joe Miller is pleased to announce Congressman Thomas Massie, one of the leading conservatives in the US House, has endorsed Joe Miller for United States Senate.
“I am honored and humbled by the support of Congressman Massie,” said Miller. “He is a member of an outstanding new generation of congressional leaders, whose ranks I’m sure will grow this November. He has demonstrated that he has what it takes to confront the culture of corruption in Washington. I am proud to have his endorsement, and with the support of my fellow Alaskans, I look forward to standing shoulder-to-shoulder with him in the fight for restore our liberties.”
Below is Congressman Massie’s statement:
“As one in the trenches in the battle to restore Constitutional government, I can tell you that we are in dire need of reinforcements in both the House and the Senate.
I need colleagues that I can count on to act with the courage of their convictions. That’s why I am endorsing Joe Miller for US Senate in Alaska.
Joe is not only a committed Christian, he is a family man, decorated combat veteran, former State Magistrate and Federal Magistrate Judge, and an accomplished attorney. He has proven his mettle as one who will stand up to the political establishment and powerful corporate interests to fight for what is right.
Washington is out of control. The collusion of entrenched politicians and crony capitalism increasingly threaten the very foundations of self-government and our way of life. The national debt now exceeds our GDP. Deficits are unsustainable. And the federal bureaucracy is unaccountable.
If you believe in the Right to life, Constitutional liberty, lower taxes, free markets, and accountable government, join me in supporting Joe Miller for United States Senate.
With your help, we can make 2014 a banner year for liberty.”
Congressman Massie joins a growing list of endorsements that includes: Alaska Right to Life, Gun Owners of America, General William “Jerry” Boykin, Combat Veterans for Congress, nationally syndicated talk radio host Lars Larson, and the National Association for Gun Rights.