Saturday, August 02, 2008

Ron Paul - Competing Republican Mini Convention

Maverick GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul has booked an arena in Minneapolis for a "mini-convention" that could steal some of John McCain's thunder just days before he accepts the Republican nomination.

A Paul campaign aide said the Texas congressman hopes to pack about 11,000 supporters into the Williams Arena at the University of Minnesota on Sept. 2, which coincides with the second day of the Republican National Convention at the Xcel Energy Center in neighboring St. Paul.

The Ron Paul Campaign hopes the day long event will "send a message to the Republican Party". "There is a growing surge of people out there just craving" for a return "to traditional American government, limited government that places personal liberty first and places an emphasis on personal responsibility and essentially gets out of the way after that," Benton said. "The buzz we get from supporters is that they are very eager to come to St. Paul and very eager to send a strong message." John McCain has openly and aggressively promoted the citizenship of 30 million illegal immigrants. Once President McCain rams this through Congress, then the next step will be to give these new citizens the right to vote. 30 million new voters who vote for Democratic candidates 90% of the time will now have a major impact in elections in America. Beginning after John McCain's first term, the Democrats will forever control the White House. The Democrats will elect many more Congressman and Senators and will have complete control of the Congress. At that point, every kind of liberal legislation, spending program, suppression of conservatives, and persecution of Christians, will emerge. The Social Security you were planning on getting will be going to these new citizens. We will fully understand the word "Change" that Obama has been telling us about. The legalization of 30 million illegals and giving them the right to vote, changing America to liberal political correctness, will be the legacy of John McCain.


Blogger Webmaster said...

Is the media going to ignore this just like they ignored the 10,000 who marched on DC?

12:22 PM  

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