Meet the Next Judge of the Berks Co. Court of Common Pleas – James Smith!

As my viewers know, I have endorsed James Smith for one of the two vacancies on the Berks County Court of Common Pleas. You can find Jim’s website here.

Jim is a strict constructionist, who acknowledges that the Bill of Rights is not rights afforded to us by the Government; rather, the Bill of Rights is a reaffirmation of our inalienable rights, therein included. Jim’s perspective is extremely refreshing, as few in the judicial community give much importance to our Constitutional rights. Fewer politicians seem to care about our Rights, but I digress. Jim would make marked change in the judiciary in Berks County and that’s why I have endorsed him.

Now is your opportunity to meet Jim and get to know him in the same way I have. On Monday, February 25, 2013, at 5:30PM, Jim will be attending a meet and greet at Berks Fire Water Restorations, 350 Bern Street, Reading, PA 19601. I would highly suggest that you come out, ask questions and allow Jim to convince you that he is the right person for the job. For more information, click this link –

Invitation to Meet Jim

Also, if you believe, as I do, that Jim is the right person for the job, I would respectfully request that you consider a donation to his campaign. Berks County and the Judiciary of the Commonwealth needs more judges like Jim and it is our duty, as citizens, to ensure that we elect those judges who will abide by and recognize the importance of our Constitution. We the People get the judiciary that we appoint and we can never fail to realize this. For this reason, I ask that you also support and endorse James Smith for judge of the Berks County Court of Common Pleas.

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