Stan Casacio Hosts Debate Party — Stan Casacio hosted a debate watch party tonight, Oct. 25, at his Montco abode to see Democrat John Fetterman take on Republican Mehmet Oz in a head-to-head battle as to who would best represent Pennsylvania in the U.S. Senate.
Who won the debate? I give Fetterman a precious pumpkin smiley he can show his wife after his trip home on the short bus. In fact, the only bus that would be shorter than Fetterman’s is the one the people who vote for him ride.
Phyllis Schlafly Eagles Event Featured Michael Flynn — Kudos to Stan Casacio for a top-flight show, Friday evening (April 8), with the Phyllis Schlafly Eagles 2022 Awards Ceremony at the Green Valley Country Club in Lafayette Hill., Pa.
Keynote speaker was Gen. Michael Flynn, who future generations will remember as a persecuted hero during a dark time in America.
Flynn, the recipient of the Phyllis Schlafly Freedom Award, described what we face as unprecedented that can’t compare with the Revolution or the Civil War. He said the battle wasn’t between Democrats and Republicans, or conservatives and progressives but between “those who love this country and traitors.”
The implication was well understood by the crowd of more than 200 that Republicans don’t automatically mean patriots.
Flynn said it was a spiritual fight with the opponents being those who hold that we are endowed by our Creator with inalienable rights, and those that want to bring forth a socialist/Marxist/fascist hell were people are mere pawns to be played with by those who hold power.
He said this scheme well-preceded Donald Trump’s presidency. He noted that the removal of God from the Democrat platform in 2012 was planned.
He warned that sitting on the sidelines was no longer an option and that all who cared must get involved. He said he was doing it for his grandchildren.
When Flynn learned that an Oregonian was in the audience, he noted the Republican have not won there since the state went all mail-in voting two decades ago. He said it was a test case for those seeking to make elections forever meaningless.
The general talked about our low performing public schools. He described how parts of this great nation looked like third, even fourth, world places. He described wasteful wasteful spending and indifference among those who govern us. He said he was shocked when he was told that Pennsylvania’s budget was $42 billion for a state with 13 million residents.
Flynn and the event left one inspired rather than in despair, however. The panel and the crowd may have been diverse with regard to race and religion and sex but was upbeat, motivated and completely united in outlook.
Pennsylvania Treasurer Stacy Garrity, who won election in 2020, to our delight cited Russell Kirk , a brilliant thinker whose name we haven’t heard in a long time.
Bunny Welsh, who served as sheriff of Chester County for 20 years, described the great people in law enforcement and noted how the sacrifices they make are not exaggerated. She described how two of her deputies were gunned down by a man with mental problems during an eviction, and the sickness she felt as she heard it happening while she was in the communications room. She described the long anguish a deputy suffered when forced to shoot a person in the lobby of the Chester County Government Center.
Kathy Barnette, who is running to replace Pat Toomey as U.S. senator, described her youth growing up dirt-poor in Alabama in a home without running water. She said her her birth came about after her mother was raped at the age of 11. She said she always felt loved and grateful despite circumstances, and that it was this love that motivated her to go to college and become a success. Casacio met her a pro-life rally several years ago and encouraged her to enter politics. Flynn met her a year ago and also highly endorsed her.
Ms. Barnette said she is in the top three in polling despite the other two out-spending her more than 10 to 1.
Ms. Barnette is pro-life, pro school choice, pro border security and pro health care. We can safely say we have found a senate candidate we can back in the primary on May 17.
Teddy Daniels, a Purple Heart recipient for action in Afghanistan, made a strong pitch to be the GOP nominee for lieutenant governor. Video was shown of the combat where he received his wound. He is certainly someone for whom we can vote but, unlike the Senate race, there are other good candidates and we remain undecided. We confess, though, that he may be our front-runner.
State Sen. Doug Mastriano, (R-33), was the recipient of the event’s Pennsylvania Voter Integrity Award. Mastriano, who is running for governor, was praised for his military service, for his strong opposition to Gov. Wolf’s covid lockdowns, and for his support for an investigation into the 2020 election. He was endorsed by Casacio and Flynn, and by radio host Donald Beishl, Jr.
There are some people we respect who are very much opposed to Mastriano. We looked for him after the event to ask questions but were unable to find him. He mingled before hand and we likely could have talked to him then but things slipped away so shame on us.
Vote fraud was a big subject with no one in the room questioning that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump.
Toni Shuppe and Karen Taylor from Audit the Vote Pa described themselves as moms and homemakers, and explained how they became involved when it dawned on them how the election was stolen. They both had high praise for Mastriano.
Calvin Tucker, who is deputy chairman of the state GOP, described the in-roads Pennsylvania Republicans are making with communities that traditionally vote Democrat. He said Trump increased his share of the Black vote from 8 percent in 2016 to 12 percent in 2020. Consider it just one more proof that Trump won the election.
The depravity of abortion came up several times during the night especially with regard to the indifference shown by Washington D.C. authorities to discovery of the bodies of infants who may have been killed outside the womb.
Flynn said that earlier that day he urged Tucker Carlson to keep the story going.
Also mentioned was the unfair treatment of the January 6 protesters who are rotting in a D.C. jail for what is basically trespass.
There were at least two lawyers in the crowd representing some of them. They said the prisoners were not allowed to shave and the man all had thick beards.
Fourteen months in jail is a pretty long sentence for someone who has actually been convicted of a crime. No matter where one stands on the political spectrum, one should be outraged at people being held this long without bail or trial.
Also among the speakers was John Schlafly, who is Phyllis’s son, and Ed Martin.
Josephine Hughes sang The National Anthem, God Bless America and I’m Proud to Be an American. Pastor Todd Johnson gave the invocation and led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Hey Joe Gale, stop whining about the primary and start seeking justice for Pauline Braccio.
“My way or the highway” usually means you end up on the highway or in fourth place anyway.
Yeah, you’ve done a good job calling out the corruption but you are never going to fix anything in the minority. The GOP has a chance to take it all this November. Is the county’s Republican establishment corrupt? Maybe, but the Ds are running things and there is no maybe about their corruption.
Reform is slow but if it doesn’t start it doesn’t exist. The Ds staying in charge means it doesn’t start.
The only way you would not want the Ds out would be if you think in confers some sort of personal advantage. Please say you don’t think that.
Montco residents just hit the R button this November.
Needed Callout For Montco GOP Unity — Stan Casacio, the Republican nominee for Montgomery County (Pa) controller, has taken a big step towards a GOP takeover of the Dem- controlled and corrupted county with an ad airing on WPHT calling for GOP unity.
Thank God there is someone who still thinks up there. Yes, the Republicans have a chance to win if they get unified.
Stan also tells us he will be hosting an hour-long show on 1180 WFYL at 8 a.m., Wednesdays. His first guest is Lt. Col Allen West.
Fresh New Montco Republican Party Looms — Stan Cascio has let us know that 100 persons of varying political identities attended a soiree at his home to create a fresh new Republican Party of Montgomery County.
He says there were Tea Party conservatives, establishmentarians, two independents and one Democrat, whom he declined to name.
Among those in attendance were official GOP county head LIz Preate Harvey; the wonderful and influential Dom Giordano of WPHT; and county commissioner candidate Sean Gale, the brother of county commissioner and running mate Joe Gale .
Stan says everyone in the room agreed on 80 percent of things.
Stan says like-minded people — those who love freedom, hate corruption and lies, and recognize that rights are God-given — must unite else the neo-feudalists i.e. the New Democrat Socialist Party that holds that some animals are more equal than others will prevail.
Stan, who is running for county controller, said the county GOP has agreed to refrain from making endorsements this primary election.
Stan expressed disappointment about ads being run by the Gale brothers attacking the establishment.
“We must stop forming circular firing squads,” he said.
Stan had a great observation about border security and immigration vs illegal immigration.
“What if one one of the Democrats waiting to see Hamilton in Puerto Rico had someone butt in front of them in line?” he asked. “What would they do about it?”
Of course, we know the answer. Rules for thee but not for me.
Stan Casacio Launches 4th District Write-In Campaign — Stan Casacio, who perceptively launched a GOP primary challenge to Pennsylvania’s then 7th District incumbent congressman Pat Meehan two years ago, — it sure would have been nice if he won, right? — has launched a write-in campaign for the May 15 GOP congressional primary to challenge Dan David, who is the only name on that GOP ballot for what is now the 4th District, after the court-mandated shuffling.
It should be noted that Joe Billie, who was preparing a primary challenge to Meehan before his resignation and before the redistricting, has also said he is running a write-in campaign for what is now the 5th District. The only GOP name on the ballot there is Pearl Kim.
The new 4th and 5th districts skew far more heavily Democrat than the old 7th District did.
Here is Stan’s explanation as to why he’s doing it:
By Stan Casacio
Two years ago, I challenged Pat Meehan in a primary. I knew it would be difficult to argue for conservative realism, common sense and fairness against an entrenched establishment “Run for the Hills” Republican.
Recently, many people who supported me two years ago have called asking me to run again on a grass roots “write in” campaign. It is very humbling when people who believe in the American Dream, like I do, call to say they want me to represent Pennsylvania’s new 4th District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
It is deeply concerning to me that achievement of the American Dream – the freedom and opportunity to realize happiness and prosperity through personal initiative – is now in jeopardy. Clearly, the establishment Republican Party has for the most part abandoned the fight for equal justice for all, the right to life, and the right to protect yourself and your family. It has supported increased taxes and spending at local, state and federal levels. The establishment Republican Party did not veto Obamacare when it had the opportunity, did not fight to protect our boarders from illegal crossings, and has stood aside or actually participated in the witch-hunt against President Trump. These actions and many others threaten the opportunity for citizens to pursue the American Dream.
The new federal budget steals our hard-earned income and uses it for purposes we oppose. It continues funding of Planned Parenthood, for example, which stops the life of unborn children. If wealthy billionaire liberal Democrats want Planned Parenthood to continue they should fund it themselves. They should not use our taxes because many of us are pro-life and oppose abortion on moral and religious grounds.
Sadly, there are three legal systems operating in the U.S. – one for people who are wealthy, powerful and well-connected, one for liberal Democrats, and one for the rest of us.
Frankly, I have had enough of gutless Republican legislators who stand for nothing, because that’s the politically shrewd thing to do, and they accomplish nothing that their constituents want!
I believe the strength of America is that we love to chart our own course in life. We were born to do this – our parents, grandparents and so many other immigrants came here from all over the world because only in America can a person from an ordinary background enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
I also believe that liberalism and the establishment politicians of both parties pass laws that undermine our Constitution, take away our rights, and threaten to replace our customs and traditions with socialism. Americans believe that nothing is right if it is morally wrong. Think for a moment about the abysmal failure of liberal, socialist countries. Take Venezuela, for example. A country once thriving is now steeped in poverty and lawlessness. Liberals and establishment types believe that we all must think and act the same and when we don’t, they create new laws to take away more of our rights.
What to do? I am reaching out to you because you are politically interested and active to some degree. A write-in campaign is hard to win. It truly is grass roots work. Success requires a driving force of supporters who believe in the massage and the messenger. If I win this write-in campaign, first, we will all make history! Second, I will take on the challenges we face with common sense and a firm commitment to uphold the American Dream.
A few closing points:
I will always refer to the money the government takes from us as taxes! Politicians always talk about revenue to the government – government does not produce anything other than paper work and more regulations. Adding more regulations means taking more rights and money from us.
I will recognize that there are males and females – and there are differences among them. Members of both sexes deserve respect and equal opportunity, not because they are women or men but because they are us – the human species.
I will do everything I can as your legislator to protect life, and not harm or destroy it. Our country spends billions to find life on other planets but neglects and mistreats people and the environment on earth.
Our borders are entry points for drugs and bad actors. We need to know who will come into the United States to do us harm and who wishes to join us as citizens or visitors to live peacefully among us and help make our cities and towns safe and prosperous. Drug cartels make billions buying off the politicians, judges and other public officials. The opioid crisis is horrific; it is killing our youth and must be ended. Sanctuary cities are drug distribution points. I will work to stop illegal aliens from entering our country and bring justice to those engaged in drug trafficking!
Stan Casacio Launches 4th District Write-In Campaign
The Independence Hall Foundation, the largest independent conservative grass roots organization in the tri-state region, is questioning the conservative credentials of congressional candidate Stan Casacio, a former Republican Cheltenham Township Commissioner running for Congress in Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District.
The Casacio campaign is airing 60 second spots on 1210 WPHT-AM which roundly accuses his opponent, US Representative Pat Meehan, of being an Arlen Specter Republican and a RINO (Republican in name only)–an outrageous charge which the conservative Independence Hall Foundation flatly rejects.
The ad falsely implies that Pat Meehan supports Planned Parenthood and is somehow not pro-life, when, in fact, Meehan has consistently voted to defund the nation’s largest abortion provider. In addition, Meehan has been endorsed by the National Right to Life .Committee in every general election cycle since 2010 and will receive their endorsement this fall.
The 20-member Foundation Board voted unanimously to endorse Pat Meehan because of his consistent votes, over the years, to defund Planned Parenthood; repeal ObamaCare (over 60 votes); lower taxes; decrease spending; expose corrupt practices of the Veterans Administration; hold the Obama Administration accountable on the Benghazi and Fast and Furious scandals; stop Obama’s Executive Order on Immigration, and support our nation’s defense. Meehan has also been a staunch advocate of local law enforcement communities.
That is a very strong conservative record,. We wish, however, the same could be said for Stan Casacio.
During his tenure as Cheltenham Township Commissioner (Montgomery County) in the 1980’s, Casacio, who served on the township’s finance committee, voted to increase the township’s budget by 80 percent and raise property taxes by 42 percent to cover the deficit he helped create.
Casacio has not refuted the official record–instead, he and his defenders dismiss his record as something from the distant past.
But this is Casacio’s official public record–and Casacio’s record of taxing and spending is much more in line with RINO Arlen Specter.
We certainly hope voters in the 7th District consider all the facts before voting.
The Pennsylvania 7th Congressional District comprises most of Delaware County, along with parts of Montgomery, Chester, Berks, and Lancaster Counties.
Meehan Gets Independence Hall Endorsement — The influential Independence Hall Foundation, a conservative grass roots organization with thousands of followers in the tri-state (DE, NJ, PA) region, is announcing today that its Board of Directors has voted unanimously to endorse Pat Meehan for Congress in the April 26 Pennsylvania Primary.
“The 20-member Board of the Independence Hall Foundation has chosen to endorse Congressman Meehan (PA-7) because of his conservative record on fiscal, social, and defense issues” said Foundation spokesperson, Teri Adams, of Montgomery County, PA.
“We supported Pat Meehan when he first ran for office in 2010 and we fought hard to flip the seat from D to R as Democrat Joe Sestak had been the seat’s prior occupant.
“We see absolutely no reason to withdraw our support now.
“In fact, we are proud of Congressman Meehan’s efforts to overturn ObamaCare; defund Planned Parenthood; lower taxes; decrease spending; expose corrupt practices of the Veterans Administration; hold the Obama Administration accountable on the Benghazi and Fast and Furious scandals; and support our nation’s military preparedness.
“In January 2015, Congressman Meehan spoke at the Foundation’s Delaware Valley Pro-Blue Rally in support of our region’s law enforcement community.
“While we may not agree with every vote cast by Congressman Meehan, we are more than pleased with his overall record,” said Ms. Adams.
Meehan is being challenged in the April 26 Republican primary by Stan Casacio.
Casacio Confident Of Win — Stan Casacio expects to beat incumbent 7th District Congressman Pat Meehan in the April 26 Republican Primary.
He said it tonight, April 4, in an interview with WPHT talk show host Dom Giordano before a crowd of about 50 at the Newtown Square Knights of Columbus Hall.
The event was sponsored by the Delaware County Patriots and featured other political notables such as Montgomery County Commissioner Joe Gale and Joe Peters who is running for Pennsylvania attorney general. Peters’ long law enforcement resume includes the murder conviction of Philly mobster Nicky Scarfo.
“We are going to win,” Casacio said confidently. It was his answer to a question of a possible third party candidacy if he should lose.
Casacio, 68, is a Montgomery County builder who has long been active in Republican politics.
Casacio was motivated to run after Republicans failed to advance the agenda they rode to landslide victories in 2010 and 2014.
He said that Meehan was a nice guy but has been in opposition to necessary Washington reforms far more often than not. One group has him voting with conservative reformers just 31 percent of the time, Casacio said.
Casacio pointedly noted Meehan’s votes to increase our debt ceiling which has led to our debt now being over $19 trillion. He also noted that he was the only Republican to vote against the VA Accountability Act of 2015 which would have made it much easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to demote or fire employees based on poor performance and offer increased protection for whistleblowers.
Casacio, who is strongly pro life, also took issue with Meehan’s vote to pass a federal budget that provided funding for Planned Parenthood. Meehan’s reasoning is that failure to do so would have shut down the government. Casacio noted there was nothing to stop Congress from sending funding bills piecemeal to the president which is much the same way the Pennsylvania Legislature recently forced Gov. Wolf’s hand.
He noted that doing so would require Congress to work harder, however.
Casacio also noted that regulation must be brought under control and that every regulation made should require a direct vote by Congress. He also said he supported term limits and a bill requiring such would be one of the first things he would sponsor.
He said corruption is almost inevitable for someone who spends a long time in Washington. He said his age means that he is automatically term limited.
John Haenn of Springfield made the introductions. Gale also spoke briefly as did Giordano before starting his interview. Giordano criticized the Delaware County Republican Party for their choice of candidates in recent elections and gave a shout-out to Lisa Esler, who was in the audience, for her independent run in last summer’s special election for the vacated 161st District State House seat after the GOP picked union boss Paul Mullen as their candidate.
Peters was the last to speak. He described his background which included being a beat cop, deputy State Attorney general, and federal prosecutor. He noted that State Sen. John Rafferty, the political insider endorsed by the state party, has taken union money and sabotaged reforms to make state government cost-effective and accountable.
Dom Backs Casacio At Delco Event — Montgomery County businessman Stan Casacio, who is challenging incumbent 7th District Congressman Pat Meehan in the April 26 Republican primary election, will explaining his candidacy before the Delaware County Patriots, 7 p.m., April 4 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 327 N. Newtown Street Road, Newtown Square, Pa. 19073.
He will be introduced by WPHT talk show host Dom Giordano.
The public is invited.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP by calling 484-995-1540.