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Comment by Marie on September 28, 2009 at 7:54am
Paul's Campaign Website is found at: http://www.votelambert.org/

a resident of Shelby County, Alabama, is the oldest son of Phillip and the late Opal Lambert of Birmingham. He has been happily married to his high school sweetheart, the former Tracy Sanders, for almost twenty years. Paul and Tracy are the parents of ten children.

Lambert is NOT a career politician. In fact, this is his first run for any public office.

August 17th
Paul Lambert attends Congressman Spencer Bachus' town hall meeting on health care reform in Birmingham, Alabama.

August 5th
Paul Lambert announces his endorsement of Jaynee Germond

July 15th
Paul Lambert announces his endorsement of the Mike Vasovski for Congress Campaign, the Adam Kokesh for Congress Campaign, the RJ Harris for Congress Campaign, the Jake Towne for Congress Campaign, the Rand Paul for Senate Campaign, and the Peter Schiff for Senate Campaign.

June 30th
Paul Lambert attends Students for Liberty meeting at UAB. Birmingham, AL.

June 25th
Paul and Tracy Lambert celebrate the birth of daughter, Meredith.

June 21st
Paul Lambert speaks to men's group "Thanks for the invite!". Brierfield, AL.

June 18th
Campaign For Liberty Meeting. Pelham, AL

June 13th
Purchase your VoteLambert gear and support the cause!
http://shop.cafepress.com/paul-lambert

June 1st
Paul Lambert's Profile on Campaign for Liberty
http://www.campaignforliberty.com/profile.php?member=votelambert

May 28th
Campaign announcement on MSNBC
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/30978286/

May 12th
Caleb Kinley's announcement- Paul Lambert on Patriot Pastor's Radio Program tonight!
http://www.campaignforliberty.com%2Fblog.php%3Fview%3D18037

May 9th
Join the Campaign on Politics for All
http://politics4all.com/campaigns/83-paul-lambert-for-congress

Press Release
"Shelby County resident , Paul Lambert announced this week his plans to run for 6th Congressional District, U.S. House of Representatives."

You can also find another of Paul's websites at: http://www.southtek.com/votelambert2/videos.asp


Protection of the Unborn

The founding fathers made an important promise in the Preamble to the Constitution of the United States. That promise was that the government the constitution created would �secure the blessings of liberty to our selves and our posterity.� This statement made by the founders, indicates that they believed government served a sole function. This function is the protection of individual liberties and freedoms to all: the born and the unborn posterity to whom the promise was made.

If the founders were the party identified as "ourselves," then ALL UNBORN Americans, would by definition, be their "posterity." The unalienable right to "life and liberty" is guaranteed to both the born and the unborn in the constitution itself.

As a representative, I promise to fight for the unborn by introducing or co-sponsoring legislation that would remove from the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, the hearing of cases involving abortion. In doing so, Congress and/or the states could pass the necessary laws to protect the unborn, without interference from the Supreme Court.

Protection of the Second Amendment

The wording of the second amendment to the Constitution of the United States tells us quite clearly that the right of a citizen to keep and bear arms "shall not be infringed."

The argument has been made by those that would limit the right to keep and bear arms, that the National Guard or the reserve component of our military forces constitutes the "well regulated militia" today. This could not be further from the truth.

As with anything written by the founding fathers, we must apply the 18th century understanding of the founders and apply it to today. In the mind of the founders, the militia was the people. The militia was not an instrument of the state, subject to its whims and authority. One of the most important roles of the militia is to defend the people from a government that has become ineffective in the preservatio

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