I ran because no one else would speak up for the rights of our posterity.
I ran because no one else would stand without exception for the equal protection of that posterity – the protection that God and our Constitution absolutely require.
I ran because no one else would defend the civil institution of marriage, the way God created and defined it, and the way it was always recognized throughout our national history.
I ran because no one else would speak out against the coup d’etat, the destructive fallacy, of judicial supremacy.
I ran because no one one else would speak out against the unconstitutional spending that is about to land our country in insolvency, and rob our children and grandchildren of their God-given right to government by consent.
I can see the finish line now, and, no matter where I place, I have no regrets about running again.
At the very least we robbed American Christians of any legitimate excuse, and represented the faith and the beliefs of the most decent principled men and women in America.
That’s all got to count for something…