Raymond Limbrecht – Political Writer Who Tells it Like it is

Oct 12, 2011


Raymond Limbrecht

Raymond Limbrecht

Raymond Limbrecht is a political writer. As an writer, he understands and appreciates all of the economic opportunities America provides for each of us, and the responsibility that comes with them. As a dirt road scholar with a degree in BS from the school of hard knocks, Raymond Limbrecht’s formal education seems a poor substitute for common sense, something that ain’t so common anymore in America. Raymond Limbrecht is actually a lifelong student of American History, Philosophy and Political Science. He knows how our country was founded, who founded it, and what they had in mind. Limbrecht also realizes that politicians made a mess of it.

“America’s greatness is due to our moral heritage. Both freedom and liberty are endowed by our creator, (not granted or managed by our politicians), and both are in jeopardy whenever our moral foundation is attacked. Our politicians work for us and it’s our job to manage them, not the other way around”.

As a father, Raymond Limbrecht believes he must talk about things he is not supposed to talk about, because those are the very things that will determine what kind of America his children will live in. Limbrecht says, “It’s not my goal to offend anyone, though some will be offended. I have come to believe that the one flaw in our framers design is our freedom to destroy ourselves” Raymond Limbrecht may have been a mistake to ask average people (who don’t have the time, the energy, the inclination, the selflessness, the moral foundation or the good sense to run their own lives), to run the greatest nation on earth.

If you are looking for regurgitated Republican or Democrat rhetoric, Limbrecht says you are in the wrong place on his website. Raymond Limbrecht writes what he thinks, based on what he knows, supported by facts he can prove, and stated in simple common sense terms, as he puts it, “anyone should be able to comprehend”.

Raymond Limbrecht is a Christian, a husband, a father, a son and a brother, a conservative, an entrepreneur and a writer, in that order. He says, “I don’t vote for (R)’s or (D)’s, but instead for individuals. Not on the basis of what they promise to do for me, but on the basis of who I believe will protect real American values worth protecting.” You can find Limbrechts writing here:

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