Posts Tagged ‘mike stopa’

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We had a great lineup. Dan Collins of POWIP was kind enough to sub for Lorie Byrd who took ill, Roxeanne DeLuca was late (as usual) but make it though wet and icy roads to co-host. Congresswoman Renee Ellmers (R) NC-2 new chairwoman of the subcommittee on health and technology graciously joined us for two segments in the first hour, former congressional candidate Mike Stopa was with us in the first hour and for part of our blogger issues panel. And Tom Bowler of Libertarian Leanings and Justin Brooks of the Twin City Tea Party rounded out our 2nd hour panel dealing with the issues of the week, and Brownies.

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Stopa is one of the republicans/tea party candidates running to oppose Jim McGovern:

Stopa on the Mosque in NY: The Cordova initiative is funding this and is not good cross cultural, moving the Mosque would be a good outreach by these people, will they?

On the NASA topic: The greatest symbol of American exceptionalism is the space program, would be an ideal thing for them because it squashes American exceptionalism while promoting Islamic outreach. The president is a dilettante. He has no interest in outer space, it’s not on his agenda.

On Arizona: He brings up the apologizing for the Arizona law to China. Points out the reaction of the district to this is negative. He says the first thing we should do in the next congress is helping the states enforce the existing laws.

He looked good but really didn’t have a lot of screen time to work with. With Juan Williams and S. E. Cupp that’s some heavy competition for attention. He needed to be jumping in more, but he make some pretty good points. He certainly helped himself tonight.