George Flinn: Principles and Action

As your Tennessee Senator,

I will bring my conservative principles to Washington to serve you. My principles were born in the Reagan Revolution of the 1980s and many live on today as they were put forth in the 2016 Republican Platform. 

The principles I hold are:

  • Americans are exceptional and this country was created so that we all can achieve our dreams. 

  • The United States of America is unlike any other nation on earth. America is exceptional because of our historic role; as a refuge, as a defender, and now as the greatest example of liberty for the world to see. 

  • The Declaration of Independence: that all are created equal, endowed by their Creator with inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness is the solid rock upon which this nation was built, and the Constitution as our founding document is the implementation of those rights.

  • The Constitution is not as a flexible document, but a covenant among people that all people have the inalienable rights of the Declaration of Independence. 

  • Limited government, separation of powers, federalism, and the rights of the people — must be preserved uncompromised for future generations. 

  • Political freedom and economic freedom are indivisible. 

  • Political and economic freedom are inseparable. All of our freedoms and rights as Americans are at risk if we disconnect these freedoms.

  • As an American and as a Republican I wish for peace, as I believe you do also — so you and I insist on strength. 

These principles are the driving force behind why I will:

  • Support judicial appointments that respect the rule of law, and defend the rights of people expressed in the Constitution and Declaration of Independence.

  • Defend the rights to free speech, religious liberty and freedom of the press as put forth in the First Amendment of the Constitution.

  • Without equivocation, every law-abiding citizen in this country has the right to own and bear arms as stated in the Second Amendment, and I will make sure that the federal government does not take those rights away.

  • The Fifth Amendment to the Constitution guarantees that every person shall have the right to life. I firmly believe that this right extends to unborn persons and will not support judges who think differently, and will not support legislation the attempts to limit that right of the unborn, nor will I support legislation that funds agencies that do not believe the unborn have this right. 

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