Tuesday, May 8, 2012

7th CD. TN.

If you live in the Seventh congressional district in Tennessee which is made up of the following counties; 

Hardeman, McNary, Hardin, Wayne, Lawrence, Giles, Chester, Henderson, Decatur, Perry, Lewis, Maury, Williamson, Hickman, Humphreys, Benton, Houston, Stewart, and Montgomery.
(See Map)

If you agree with me that we have too much government and if you want to elect a Congressman who will work to stop the growth in government and roll it back.

I need your vote and I need your help.

I’m not asking you for any money but if you can take three minutes out of your busy day to help turn our beloved United States around this is what you can do.

First, tell everyone you know about my campaign.   
Share my website www.vote4lenny.com
with all of your friends on email, Twitter and Face Book and any other social networking site.

Second, hand paint a sign and put it on your yard.   The sign should have the website.

Third, if you would like a bumper sticker I will be glad to send you one just send a self addressed stamped envelope to:

Lenny Ladner, 20 West Main St., Hohenwald, TN    38462. 

(3/23/16 I am out of bumper stickers, sorry)

I also can be contacted at my email which is, eighteenwheels4581@yahoo.com

Fourth, go to a meeting any meeting and ask a question.  That question to the speaker should be, 

“Why are you proposing an increase in the size, cost, extending the reach and power of the government??? We have too much government now?????”

Fifth, think about running for office.  Your entire campaign can be summed up by asking a question.  (If this bill passes will it increase the size, cost, extend the reach and power of the government?????)

Sixth, please get the “Pretty Neat Trick” video around


Oh.  And it didn’t cost you any money.


A vote for Lenny Ladner is a vote to:

Reduce the size, cost, extent of reach and power of the government.

You are voting against the Globalists
You are voting for the US Bill of Rights.
You are voting against the United Nations
You are voting for the Second Amendment.
You are voting to preserve these United States.

I value your input on this matter.


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