VIDEO: Utah’s Mia Love at CPAC
The first in my “Challengers” series of interviews I conducted with up-and-coming candidates running across the country. Here I interview candidate for Utah’s 4th Congressional District, Mia Love.
One of the things she likes to say is that “according to the left, I am not supposed to exist.” That because she is a strong, conservative, black woman.
Mia Love is surprising voters in Utah. As Mayor of Saratoga Springs, Utah she seemed to come from out of no where as far as many voters in Utah were concerned. But she is fast gaining a reputation as a very capable and attractive candidate.
During one of the CPAC panels, Love noted that she is prepared for a fight. “I know that I am going to be a target for the left. I have something to say to them: Game On,” she said.
In fact, she’s already being attacked by the extremists at the Democrat website, Daily Kos. Sadly, the attack on Love is not one based on substance but is a racial attack. At the Democrat site, Daily Kos is attacking Love as, “one of only two African-Americans living in Utah not currently playing for the Jazz.”
Aren’t leftists supposed to hate racism? Not when it concerns destroying anyone that disagrees with them, they aren’t.
Mia Love is sure to become a GOP rock star. All you Utahans, vote for Love!
Please do go to Mia’s website and donate some money, won’t you? http://www.love4utah.com/.
The interview was conducted at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) held in Washington D.C., Feb. 9, 2012.
Warner Todd Huston
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