Friday, January 1, 2010

About Me

I am a Christian woman who happens to also be Conservative. I treasure the relationships I have with my family and friends, my pets, definitely my faith, my apartment, and many other things. Most of them cannot be bought.

I became interested in politics in 1990 when I worked on Tom Clark's campaign for the 4th district seat on the Long Beach city council. It was fascinating. Then I studied political science in college. I had no idea what a conservative or a liberal were. Things have changed so drastically that I can't help but notice.

I need to be clear with you. I have not always been a good person and sometimes I still am not, but that's only when I feel my country is becoming more socialist than capitalistic.

As an underage teenager, I ran away from home and was kidnapped and forced into a life I despise. That is why I fight against human trafficking. I was saved August 2, 1990. I was baptised August 2, 1991. Cool, eh?

I have been sober for over 20 years now. I smoke cigarrettes. I rescue cats. (I have a few.) I love ice cream. I love swimming. I'm just your round-of-the-mill ordinary gal.

But I have never been one to sit by and let others do what needs to be done, especially when they're obfiscating their duties. This is why I chose to run for Laura Richardson's congressional seat. I hope to work with you during this campaign and after I am elected.

Strong defense, cut taxes, fiscal responsibility for those things that are constitutionally declared, and free and fair markets, and I am pro-life and pro-second amendment. Those are my priorities. Feel free to share your's with me. Thank you, and have a blessed day.


  1. God bless you. It takes courage to run because you know they hate us so. Thank you for your willingness to stand up for America.
    Char in NM

  2. Thank you, Char. It is such a hassle to find the correct papers, open a seperate bank acct, get the ID number from SoS, and fill out the papers exactly right or they toss your application in the garbage! Gosh, I have to start again on Monday. I'm getting nowhere over the phone, so I have to go to the registrar. *sigh*

    God bless you as well. Stay informed, stay in contact, and we can do this together. I'm not a politician, therefore I can answer questions honestly. hahaha. ;)

  3. Rosemary, you have a fascinating story, and I hope you share more of it. You are doing the right thing with the right intentions. Looking forward to how the journey progresses. Don't give up, and don't let up! November will be here before you know it...Tim Chauran

  4. Thank you, Tim. I'm on my way now to Norwalk to file. I have to go to the bank first, though, to open the campaign account. Oh my, it's really happening! Should I put a PayPal thingy on my blog? Hmm. I know I'm going to need money. I just hate to ask for it. Such a dilemma. *blush*

  5. I wish you all the best, Rosemary. I hope you win.

    With that said, you might want to try another icon to represent you. It isn't that I'm against people who value their beliefs (On the contrary, I'm an Objectivist-Atheist and consistency is integrity in my view), but praying hands comes across as very staunch religious imagery. I've been in marketing for over 15 years. Trust me. Imagery can make or break you. I know. Its stupid, but try. A good example is the Obama campaign imagery. It looked fantastic. Too fantastic and too professional, if you ask me.

    If you want to contact me about some ideas, you're welcome to at I really would love to see someone like you in office and that's why I'm bringing it up. I hope it helps. And I hope I didn't offend you by bringing it up either.

    --Rosa Brand

  6. Dear Rosa, I'm never offended by people who honestly give me their critical thinking opinion. You have been kind in your approach, and I appreciate that. I will be emailling you today. ;)


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