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Paul Jost Website Goes Live

By Greg L | 30 October 2007 | US Congress | 2 Comments

The website for Paul Jost, who is running for the Republican nomination for the First Congressional District is up, and there’s a few pleasant surprises there. With endorsements from Delegates Jeff Frederick and Scott Lingamfelter, a long record of advocating fiscal responsibility, and a strong position on illegal aliens, Paul has a really compelling candidacy for conservatives.

If I were in the first district, signing up as a delegate for Paul Jost would definitely be on my short list of things to do.

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  1. Anonymous said on 30 Oct 2007 at 4:41 pm:
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    Endorsed by Frederick, Lingamfelter, and Gear… Wow, I guess that answers a few questions.

  2. Skeptical in Manassas said on 31 Oct 2007 at 10:10 pm:
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    While Paul Jost claims to be pro-life and has supported conservative candidates in the last few years, this is a complete flip-flop from his earlier pro-abortion, pro-homosexual positions.

    For example, he received an “A” rating from the Gay and Lesbian Community Association during his 1997 unsuccessful bid for Alexandria City Council, gave $2500 to Republicans for Choice, and opposed parental notification of minors, according to National Review Online (http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/comment060500a.html).

    Deceased pro-life Congresswoman JoAnn Davis observed in 2000 (http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3827/is_200005/ai_n8903027), “When he [Paul Jost] ran for the Council in Alexandria, he was unquestionably pro-abortion, but now says he’s for banning partial-birth abortion, but won’t utter the words ‘pro-life’.”

    Is it possible that Paul Jost totally reversed his position on abortion and homosexual issues from 1997 to 2007? I’m skeptical.

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