So one of the questions everyone should be asking themselves is who else is running for office and who else should we be paying attention too?
With all the madness happening around the presidential election i think maybe its about time we take a look at who else is running and who else can we
vote out and help spread the world.
I think we had some more respected and intelligent leaders in congress this election cycle would be less of a # show. We might actually be able to
listen to some of these senators if they reflect the values we actually held as a nation. So one of the people running for Senate in La is mister Rob
Maness, former Col. in the US Air Force I think we could use a change in leadership especially former military leaders. I believe we could really use
military leadership in our government, people who actually have experience serving overseas and in combat, people who might actually know whats going
on and have the balls to stand up to some of the corruption.
During his military service, Colonel Maness led numerous combat operations, including as a bomber squadron commander in Enduring Freedom and
Iraqi Freedom. Colonel Maness served as an enlisted bomb disposal technician in three assignments countering terrorism before being commissioned and
selected for flight training. As a Joint Chiefs of Staff Operations Officer he was on duty in the National Military Command Center located within the
Pentagon during the September 11, 2001 attack. In the ensuing months, he directly assisted the United States national security team with creating,
synchronizing, and executing the campaign plan for the global war on terrorism. His military awards and combat decorations include the Legion of
Merit, the Bronze Star and Air Medal.
With "combat" experience in the Iraq war and his experience in counter terrorism he may be able to more effectively advise the senate and congress
on matters related to these topics.
Active in the community, Rob is a founding Board member at the Military Advocacy Project of Louisiana, Inc., a veteran's advocacy group
committed to preventing veteran suicides and ensuring military families have equal access to benefits.
Awesome! We all know our vets need help especially with the VA. Most of us vets also know that finding stable employment and the right career path may
be difficult after service.
Madisonville, LA – Candidate for U.S. Senate in Louisiana and survivor of the attack on the Pentagon on 9/11, retired Air Force Colonel Rob
Maness is announcing his support for releasing the redacted 28 pages of the 9/11 Commission Report.
Col. Maness is a big supporter of accountability within our government and a potential leader in the truth movement if elected.
In the video he describes the events of 911 and his experience of the events from inside the Pentagon. He goes on to describe his motivation for
service in the military and the motivations behind his political ideology.
Lets not just focus on the presidential election but lets focus on getting this good for nothing congress and senate out of office.
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