Dear Marriage Supporter,
It's a beautiful summer day in southern California. Throngs of people line streets as paraders march by. They include transvestite brides (men in wedding gowns) who strut their stuff. Nearby a float with bare-chested, heavily muscled men in tight underwear that leaves nothing to the imagination hold hands and dance on a rolling stage as rainbow flags fly behind them. Not far away women kiss other women and tattooed men embrace, pulling their half-naked bodies tight to each other. A confused-looking child watches this scene unfold as she holds a 'we celebrate diversity' sign, not exactly the type of plaything we'd expect innocent youngster to cling to.
In their midst the candidate walks down the street holding the hand of his gay lover. He waves at the crowd and smiles approvingly. These are his people, and he is at home.
Who is he? He's Carl DeMaio. A homosexual activist who calls himself a Republican. And he wants to be a Member of Congress.
Carl DeMaio claims to be 'one of us' but his vision of America is very different from ours. He comes from an environment where sexual morality is a thing of the past, where children are indoctrinated into questioning their own sexuality, where gender is considered fluid but sexual orientation is fixed, and where a candidate who supports abortion, gay 'marriage,' gun control and medical marijuana can call himself a conservative — and a "reformer."
Does Carl DeMaio represent the kind of "reform" that you think America needs?
You might think this is the beginning of a bad joke, but it's anything but funny.
You see, unless you and I do something about it, it's very likely that Carl DeMaio could win the primary election and go on to defeat the incumbent Democrat in one of California's most competitive house races this year.
Kirk is a former Marine who has served honorably and with distinction. As a Marine officer, Jorgensen was recognized with numerous awards and honors for his service including the Defense Meritorious Service Medal. He led human intelligence, counterintelligence and force protection missions in Asia, Central America, and the Middle East to thwart terrorism, espionage and sabotage against the United States and allied forces.
But Kirk Jorgensen is more than a military hero. He's a loving husband and a devoted father. And he is a proud, true conservative. He will be a champion for all the issues we care about. From defending marriage, to economic security, to repealing Obamacare, to reducing the national debt and ending deficit spending, to protecting our constitutional right to bear arms and to protecting the unborn, Kirk Jorgensen is advancing ideas that can move America onto a path toward security, prosperity and respect for hard-working American families.
The choice in California's 52nd Congressional District is much greater than Carl DeMaio vs. Kirk Jorgensen. It's about the future of the Republican Party itself, and the struggle for conservatism in our nation's capital.
Believe it or not, there are leading Republican officials in Washington who are backing DeMaio and helping finance his campaign. If he wins, there will be a slew of liberal Republicans on future ballots who will be advanced by these same Washington insiders who don't much care about what elected officials believe. They care about gaining and maintaining power.
The only thing that will stop candidates like DeMaio and their platform of abortion, redefining marriage and gun control are people like you and me who still revere American values and believe that a return to conservative principles is what America needs. If you want our beloved nation to reclaim a conservative direction, please join with me in supporting a true conservative — Kirk Jorgensen.
Brian S. Brown