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New Hampshire’s Brown and Guinta Campaign Against Obama's Lawlessness

New Hampshire GOP Candidates

We keep telling the Republican establishment that if they want to win the 2012 midterms, and save America in the process, they must campaign on conservative themes and nationalize the election.

And one of the big themes of this campaign cycle is ending the culture of lies, lawlessness and corruption with which Obama has infected our government.

Two GOP Senate candidates who get this are Thom Tillis in North Carolina and especially Scott Brown in New Hampshire.

As our friend Matt Boyle reports in an exclusive article for Breitbart, Brown has been pounding incumbent Democrat New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen for her complicity in Obama’s lawlessness.

In language that is remarkably like that used in the e-pamphlet “The Law that Governs Government,” by CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie and our colleague constitutional lawyer Mark J. Fitzgibbons, Brown’s New Hampshire congressional candidate former Rep. Frank Guinta says Obama has “usurped the authority of the legislative body.”

In an interview with Matt Boyle, Brown lit into incumbent Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, who he is challenging in the upcoming Nov. 4 general election, for not doing anything at all to stop Obama’s executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens—despite her claims earlier this year that she did not support the president. Back in September, before the president decided to delay the executive amnesty until after the election, Shaheen issued a statement in which she said she "would not support a piecemeal approach issued by executive order" because she believes House Republicans “should pass the bipartisan reform bill the Senate cleared last year,” according to Bloomberg.

“She has a history of supporting the president’s policies on immigration, on the DREAM Act, on border security,” Brown told Breitbart News in an interview in the front desk area of Brown’s Lobster Pound here in Seabrook, New Hampshire. “She has not voted to secure the border. She has not voted to send troops to the border. She has supported not only his previous attempts to provided expanded status for those folks, but she’s supported the DREAM Act. I think it’s for political expediency right now that she’s ‘not going to support him’ but in reality she’s going to back him up as much as she can and as often as she can.”

Scott Brown also ripped President Obama's planned executive amnesty and said the administration's quiet preparation to issue up to 34 million green cards and employment permits shows the president is willing to circumvent Congress.

“I’m against it, absolutely,” Brown said here when asked to react to a report from Breitbart News late Sunday evening that found the administration is building its capacity to issue millions of new ID cards to immigrants, despite his claims to wait until after the election. “To think that we’re going to circumvent Congress and circumvent our laws to provide additional status for people who have broken the law without even securing the border? It makes no sense.”

“They can attack me all they want. This is reality,” Brown said when asked by Breitbart’s Boyle about all the negativity from the institutional left and establishment media. “We’re dealing with a non-secure border. We’re dealing with a situation where the president said we were going to stamp out this disease and we were never going to have to deal with it. Well, we’ve had one person die and two people infected and we don’t have a clear and concise policy as to: What’s the plan? What are we doing? What do we need to do? And quite frankly, how can we help? They can attack all they want. But people in New Hampshire, they are deeply concerned about safe and secure borders. They are deeply concerned about the lack of coherent policy from the president. They are deeply concerned about ISIS and ISIS gaining any type of advantage to bring terrorism to our country."

Brown continued, "So I’m going to keep talking about real issues. She can talk about smearing my record and talking about everything but her record, everything but her voting with the president 99 percent of the time. That’s what they’re trying to do. I get it. And so do the people of New Hampshire.”

Brown’s brash, stick-it-to-the-man style of smash mouth politics—and his nationalizing of this race—is lifting candidates like Guinta and others statewide up according to Matt Boyle’s analysis of the race. 

“People are frustrated. They want new leadership,” Guinta told Breitbart News’ Matt Boyle. “There’s a sense that there’s no captain of the ship right now and whether they like it or not, that’s going to negatively affect Democrats who have supported the president 100 percent of the time. That includes Jeanne Shaheen and Carol Shea-Porter.”

But perhaps nobody could sum it up better than Brown himself says Matt Boyle

“This race isn't about me,” Brown said in his remarks to the Seabrook Republican Committee event. “It’s not about Frank [Guinta]. It’s not about us. It’s about restoring New Hampshire and it’s about restoring America.”

Click the link to read Matt Boyle's article "Scott Brown: Obama's Efforts To Grant Executive Amnesty 'Makes No Sense'"

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