“Dan is the man who can” as two young gals helping us with a “Honk and Wave” kept exclaiming to passer-bys.
I know Dan through personal connections. First and foremost, he is a truly good man. A person must be good in order to be a good citizen, and a person must certainly be a good citizen in order to be a good leader. Dan is among the finest. I believe Dan exemplifies impeccable honesty, virtue, and integrity
He will always stand for what he believes in and will never become a candidate who falsely aligns another, nor will he stoop to manipulative tactics just to get elected.
He will stand courageously to defend truth. And he is not afraid to point out misrepresentation and deceit in leaders who are supposed to be serving the people. He is a man of deepest principles.
He is a most knowledgeable constitutionalist and understands well the intent of our Founding Fathers.
He clearly sees through the false ethic of entitlement. He does not believe people should get something for nothing.
He believes the Golden Rule applies to associations and government – as well as to individuals.1
Dan has one of the brightest minds in the country and is so obviously gifted in the area of fiscal policy. His work in the Utah legislature is near miraculous. In fact, he should be the chair of the Senate Finance Committee.
The debates have shown his incisive ability to zero in on the most important issues, facts, and topics. He stands up with proper might against false attacks.
He has enormous self-discipline and knows how to make the best use of his time, as shown with his nationally acclaimed work on pension reform and medicaid.
He is a true patriot who puts country ahead of self. I believe he is the needed watchman on the tower to protect against “every form of tyranny over the mind of man” – daunting tyrannies are facing Americans at an increasingly overwhelming rate.
I trust him. I long ago lost trust in the other candidate.
This is the most important election in the history of our country. We must have a man the caliber of Dan Liljenquist in Congress: his courage is desperately needed in this time of immense weakness in the congressional branch of our government. We citizens are affronted ever more often by unconstitutional executive orders from the man who is supposed to faithfully represent the Executive Branch as one of three branches of power, not as the ultimate Branch of Power.
I believe he will be heroic in reinstating federalism – our lost “balance of powers”. It is shocking that long-time leaders do not understand the damage inflicted by the 17th Amendment upon our Constitution.
Dan doesn’t care about being popular, he cares about making right choices according to a higher authority than mortal man. He can’t be enticed. (He won’t try to make Arnold Schwarzenegger President of the United States of America.)
He is honorable and trustworthy. There is no question in my mind as to who deserves my respect and my vote.