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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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I have tried to remain calm for oh so many years now. I realize that a certain, constantly maintained level of anger is not good for ones health. Therefore I try really hard to find that equilibrium of emotion that keeps me from hitting too many "peaks and valleys." People tell me that I should not be so angry, that it's not worth the aggravation. But I ask you, "At what point is enough enough?!"There are issues, occurrences, even people, which just push me to the point of saying things that I know will cause knees to jerk and friends to distance themselves. Things that are just so egregious that the only proper response is unremitting anger. Perhaps the most annoying of these is people, people who are hypocritical, people who are single-minded, people who refuse to see anything outside the little cocoon they have enveloped themselves in. Yet these people have the nerve to tell the rest of us what we should think, how we should act, what we should find important, in spite of the fact t

Have you ever tried to get someone, anyone, a friend, an acquaintance, a co-worker, family member, anyone, to think about something that they simply did not want to think about? Something that goes so much against their world view that the fact you even brought it up makes them question your sanity? I have spoken before about the term "Cognitive Dissonance," but this may even go beyond that description.This is particularly frustrating when the same people who call you a nut and ask where your tin-foil hat is, are basing their disbelief in your contentions on the fact that they now choose to believe the government/media narrative of a story over the lessons that history and commonsense teach us. The same government/media that heretofore those people, we shall call them "ID's" - In Denial, in conversations, on FaceBook, in memes, in commentary, tell you almost daily how they do not trust or believe the government or the media. If you point to a news story from any of the major sources th

By Floyd Bayne  on 03-12-2016OK, I think I am getting nearer and nearer the point where I just give up and admit defeat. I just don't get it anymore. I am dumbfounded, dismayed, discombobulated, at a loss, baffled, nonplussed, and totally frustrated.It has been bad enough watching people whom I thought would know better, supporting a guy whom research easily shows is not at all what they hope he is. People who have advocated for the Constitution, smaller government, personal liberty, and the like. Yeah, yeah, I know, we're all frustrated and angry and we like a guy who "speaks his mind," I get it, but at some point you have to move beyond the immediate gratification of "poking the establishment" and look to the future and how our nation will be governed.Now comes Ben Carson, another candidate who showed he did not understand our Constitution, and his endorsement of Trump. Again, I understand why people liked Carson; He is a "nice guy," he speaks softly amid the din, and he talks a

by Floyd Bayne  -  February, 15th, 2016Let us begin in 1763, when King George III issued the Proclamation of 1763, prohibiting westward expansion of the colonies beyond the Appalachian Mountains. This did not set will with those colonists who had already done so and were required, by law, to return east of the mountain range.In 1765 came the Quartering Act, which allowed for the King's soldiers to commandeer any citizens home they chose to live in. Then the taxes started, the Stamp Act being one of them. Are you starting to get the picture? It was at this time that the colonists began to express their anger and concerns with what they saw as a tyranny exercised over them by "one of their own." You see, at this point most of the colonists still wished to remain British subjects, they just expected to be treated with the same respect and consideration as those who lived in the British Isles.Now comes the seeking of redress. Using the "system in place," they sent letters an



 
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