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PostSubject: Article on Texas Rep johnson and challenger Stephen broden   Fri Oct 22, 2010 5:04 pm

Posted on October 21, 2010 at 6:24 PM

Updated yesterday at 11:37 PM
•Rep. Johnson sidesteps scholarship scandal questions at grant announcement
•Scholarship recipient's mom denies favors from Rep. Johnson
•'Fire Pelosi' bus stops at State Fair
•Rep. Johnson emerges after scholarship scandal
•Stephen Broden for Congress Web site
•More questions about scholarships for Rep. Johnson's family
•Rep. Johnson: 'I did not have an ethical alarm go off'
•Rep. Johnson promises to repay scholarship funds

DALLAS — It's a race that's caused controversy for months.

Most recently, there have been questions about Dallas Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson's role in awarding scholarships to family members.

But her Republican challenger, Stephen Broden, is not without controversy himself.

Before Broden became a candidate for Johnson's 30th District seat, he was a sought-after speaker on cable news channels and at conservative rallies.

Now his words are following him into the campaign, and — in some cases — he's backing away from them.

News 8 asked Broden to watch some his remarks from the recent past and to find out if he stands by them.

During one interview in late 2009 with Fox News, he implied that the Obama administration, through health care legislation, meant to send seniors to early graves to save money.

"This administration is trying to figure out how to deal with that stress and so they are doing end-of-life counseling in order to depopulate that particular group of people."

News 8 asked if he still believes that. "The direct answer to your question is, 'No,'" Broden said. "I don't think that they are trying to get senior citizens to die prematurely. I think they are entertaining end-of-life counseling based on economic viability."

In June, 2009, Broden said the Obama administration planned the nation's problems.

"Since the beginning of this administration, we have witnessed crisis after crisis. Crisis in mortgage; crisis in the finance and banking; crisis in the automotive industry; and crisis in the credit card business. But all of it is contrived. All of it is a set-up."

But Broden has now changed his thinking on the issue. "I think they are authentic crises facing this nation," he said Thursday, conceding that this position is "different" than his 2009 remarks.

Also in June 2009, Broden compared those governing the United States to Nazi Germany.

"Let me tell you that is something that happened in Germany when the Jews were walking into the furnaces and they didn't even try to stop or fight their way. They walked in because they did not believe that this was happening. They didn't believe that humanity could be so evil. I am submitting to you tonight that is where America is right now. They are our enemies and we must resist them."

News 8 wanted to know if Broden was trying to say that Barack Obama is like Adolph Hitler. "No I am not," he said Thursday.

When asked if he thought if comparing Nazi Germany to the United States in 2010 is an accurate comparison he said: "No. There was a principle there that I was trying to connect with our current situation."

Broden said in June 2009 before a Fort Worth audience that there is a solution.

"We have a constitutional remedy here, and the framers said, if that don't work — revolution."

Broden said Thursday that revolution, in his view, first comes at the ballot box. But he said violent overthrow is an option.

"Our nation was founded on violence; the option is on the table," he said. "I don't think that we should ever remove anything from the table as it relates to our liberties and our freedoms."

"We have a right to get rid of that government and to get rid of it by any means necessary," Broden added.

With voters armed, Broden will soon find out if his words help — or hurt in his bid to unseat Rep. Johnson.

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PostSubject: Re: Article on Texas Rep johnson and challenger Stephen broden   Sat Oct 23, 2010 6:25 am

Mickey Mouse should be able to beat Edie Bernice johnson! She has been a black mark (no pun intended) on the Demoncraps for some time now! Granted her Pub opposition is no chior boy but when you look at the graft adn corrputioni from this particular district in south Dallas, it reminds me of Chiccago burbs and the heacy handed politics that go on there! That is the only thing I can think of to compare it to because it is that bad! There are a couple of city council members form the south districts in Dallas adn all they know how to do is stir things up, yell at one another in city council meetings and hire outside council to investigate one another while the fox runs off with the whole damn hen house!! It is just crazy in Dallas and that is what Edie Bernice is all about! She should have been gone long ago!! JMHO!!

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PostSubject: Re: Article on Texas Rep johnson and challenger Stephen broden   Sat Oct 23, 2010 1:52 pm

Politics as usual. It goes on all over the country. It's time to get them out forever.
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