Here a video taken at the Asheville Tea Party debate in 2010. The video is very clear - watch this video & you make the call if Dr. Dan Eichenbaum lied.
============================================== July 13, 2011
In response to the announcement that Dr. Dan Eichenbaum is once again seeking the
Republican nomination for Congress from NC-11, I find it unfortunate but necessary
for the voters to know that he was the only one of my primary opponents to break his
commitment to the primary voters to endorse and support the winner of that primary.
All six 2010 candidates made the same promise not only to each other - but much more
importantly - to the voters. We promised them that no matter who won we would
endorse and support the eventual winner in the contest against Heath Shuler.
Jake Howard, Ed Krause, Greg Newman, and Kenny West each kept their word. Dr.
Eichenbaum never did.
I have seen statements by Dr. Eichenbaum in recent days that appear designed to muddy
this point. To be clear, there is no gray area- Dr. Eichenbaum failed this most basic test
of honor and commitment to the voters.
This is not about me or the results of the last campaign. I do not think Dr. Eichebaum's
endorsement or support would have changed the outcome. It is about the voters and the fact that they deserve to have candidates keep their commitments to them.
2010 Republican Congressional Candidate
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Dr. Dan Responds to Miller Statement to WHKPJuly 14, 2011 by Dr. Dan 4 Congress
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Asheville, NC – July 14, 2011. In Response to 2010 Republican Candidate Jeff Miller’s recent statement to WHKP Radio, Dr. Dan Eichenbaum said, “Jeff Miller is correct. I did not endorse nor “promise” to “endorse” him. I did, however, agree to support the winner of the 2010 Republican primary, and I did reach out to Jeff Miller on more than one occasion but never received a response from Miller or anyone on his team. In addition, I ask my supporters to look at the source of this political nonsense. After a while, like rotting fruit on the ground, it begins to stink. These attempts by my detractors to sabotage and misdirect my focus have failed. I remain committed to meeting the folks of this district to share their concerns and my ideas to restore limited government, freedom and prosperity for future generations.”
On June 30, Eichenbaum announced his candidacy to challenge Democrat Incumbent Heath Shuler for US Congress in NC11, 2012.