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2012 Republican candidate seeking election to the U.S. House representing the 7th Congressional District of Virginia.
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ENG: Floyd Bayne is a 2012 Republican candidate seeking election to the U.S. House representing the 7th Congressional District of Virginia. Campaign themes - 2012 According to his website, Bayne's campaign platform includes the following issues: Non-intervention in foreign affairs Lower regulations and no bailouts Repeal Obamacare Elections - 2012 Bayne ran in the 2012 election for the U.S. House, representing Virginia's 7th District. He was defeated by incumbent Eric Cantor in the Republican primary. The general election takes place November 6, 2012. Source August 31,2012
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Floyd Bayne: Real Choices?


As I am sure is the case with many of you, I find myself mulling things over in my head in an effort to determine how best to bring those thoughts to paper or some other means of communication. Sometimes it is just one item in the news, sometimes multiple topics present themselves. I find myself this day in a multiple topics situation. However, these topics do share a common thread, one which I have commented on many times, and for which I have taken some heat, from friend and foe alike. I will attempt, in this writing, to point out that common thread, and hopefully make clear(er) to those who ...


Floyd Bayne: Break The Cycle


We hear a lot about "breaking cycles" in our private lives. You know, the stories about women who continue to stay with a man who beats them; "You have to leave him and break the cycle." Or how about those who physically abuse children, because they themselves were abused as children; "You must step up and break the cycle of abuse." Or how about alcohol or drug dependence; "You have got to have the courage to break the cycle of dependence." You know what I'm talking about, you have all heard it, seen it, demanded it of others, maybe even had it demanded of you. The examples are ...


Post election thank you and assessment


I would like to begin this post-election message by saying “Thank You!” Thank you to everyone who spent many hours doing research, making phone calls or otherwise helping to get out the vote, posting signs around the district, writing letters to newspapers and blogs, and just doing anything and everything you could think of to help support my campaign. A special thank you for your continued kind words and words of support. There are times, when making such a journey as I have, that it can become very depressing. You wonder if you’re the only one who feels so strongly about ...


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By Floyd BayneI don't like being angry. I don't enjoy feeling frustrated. Yet, it seems like every time I watch or listen to the news, read a news article, or look at FB, I find yet another reason to have my blood pressure go up. I try to look at issues, ALL issues, and apply commonsense and seek out the facts. I wish I could say the same for a majority of my fellow Americans.After Saturday's madness in Charlottesville everyone seeks to place the blame on someone and they, as usual, miss the mark, because they allow their own hatred and biases to cloud their thinking. While pointing their finger at only ONE of the two groups in C'ville and calling it a "hate group," as it surely is, they conveniently ignore the fact that "their group" is just as much a hate group. Of course they do this in an effort to blame the guy they hate, while giving the hatred exhibited in a previous administration a pass.Look, I'll type this slow, so you can understand it - BOTH groups in C'ville yesterday were

By Floyd BayneLook, I know we're told that we shouldn't make things about race. We're told that we shouldn't notice skin color or culture or religion,etc. etc., but for the love of sanity can we just be honest?While the city of Richmond, it's Mayor and, apparently, many of its citizens, are worrying themselves silly about monuments, the murders continue. Now, I am going to point out what is and should be obvious to any reasonable and thinking person - These murders are being committed in black neighborhoods, by black people, against other black people. THERE! I said it. I await the cat-calls and charges of racism. But while you're deciding which name to call me please take the time to tell me where I am wrong here.It ain't white nationalists, the KKK, Aryan Nations, NAZIS, the Republican Party, and it DAMNED SURE AIN'T CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS driving through those neighborhoods and killing black citizens. So please, tell me what your excuse for that is.How do you explain this away? Whom

Far too many Americans, both Republicans and Democrats, seem to think that we need, must have, are meant to have a person or persons to take care of us. Someone to make our lives easier, worth living, to take away all the boo-boos, to remove obstacles in our lives or to place obstacles in front of people we don't like. The idea of actually doing for themselves, of removing their own obstacles, of being dependent upon themselves and their family is completely foreign to them.Could it be that they have been educated to think that way? Is this how the human animal, at least here in the U.S., has chosen to "evolve?" What if this person or persons are not capable of such a task? What if they are, in fact, less capable than you are? Then what do you do? Do you keep looking for the next person to take care of you or do you learn to do for yourself?The thought popped into my head that the majority of my fellow Americans are looking for a "Messiah in a suit."

I know a lot of people who are always going on about "supporting the troops." They say it, write about it, post videos about it, and in lots of ways want to make it clear that they are superior human beings, better patriots, because they "support the troops."But, what exactly does that mean, in their world? As I see it, it means supporting, expecting, even demanding that our troops be sent all over the globe for all sorts of reasons. None of these reasons seem to have anything to do with a declared war, or protecting against an attack from another country/government. Rather, it is about "the game." The political game. They tell us that our troops are fighting for "our freedom." Yet every day in ways too numerous to count, we are losing our freedoms. The government grows larger and more powerful, takes more of our money, and decides that "security is more important" than freedom. And you allow it to happen. You demand it, you chastise those who dare to question our government's methods,



 
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