Author Archives: RAY2010

Let the Private Sector Create Jobs – Repeal the Health Care Bill

I want to create jobs without printing or borrowing money. Professional politicians don’t understand how this can be done. They haven’t prioritized our nation’s most critical issues properly because most are lawyers, and are only concerned with telling us how we should live and getting re-elected.  Since being elected, our President and Congress have taken our nation’s priorities and turned…

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Kasperowicz: Congratulations and Thank You to the Voters of Missouri for Supporting Proposition C

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Proposition C asked for citizen approval to rebuff Obama Health Care under the theory that the federal government is constrained constitutionally from requiring citizens to buy health insurance.  The voters agreed by nearly a 3 to 1 margin. It’s too bad that Washington couldn’t adhere to the Hippocratic Oath to, first, do…

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Kasperowicz Responds To Perry Word Games Regarding Support of Military

Ray Kasperowicz, the only veteran in the 10th Congressional District race, would not support Mrs. Kagan for the Supreme Court due to her decisions and policy towards military recruiting at college campuses. Nevertheless, Mr. Perry decided to take “distinguished” credit for his views on Elena Kagan, contender for the Supreme Court during Monday night’s debate in Plymouth. “Perry distinguished himself…

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Kasperowicz Touts Independent Government Auditor Experience in 10th District Congressional Debate

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Plymouth – 10th Congressional Candidate and “Citizen Legislator” Ray Kasperowicz highlighted his own relevant experience in a Congressional debate with Bob Hayden, former State Treasurer Joe Malone, and State Representative Jeff Perry.   As an independent auditor of government, small businessman, CPA, and Navy veteran Kasperowicz stressed that he has the proper…

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RAY K FOR CONGRESS: STATEMENT ON MEXICAN BORDER INCIDENTS

Ray Kasperowicz renounces the remarks made by the Mexican State of Chihuahua Governor Jose Reyes Baeza which blamed the recent killings of two Mexicans by U.S. Border Patrol agents as due to “xenophobia and racism, derived from the approval of Arizona’s anti-immigration law.” T.J. Bonner, president of the union representing Border Patrol agents, said “rock throwing aimed at Border Patrol…

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