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Few Conservative Candidates in Reality Political TV Show - One Needs Help
American Candidate ^
| Jim Dale
Posted on 04/25/2004 12:48:41 AM PDT by netjr
The greatest country on earth can do just about anything it wants. Then it needs to make dramatic changes in some of the issues facing it today. While our national defense against terrorist is of the highest priority there are domestic issues we can and should address. Health care, education and immigration need a Capitalist approach. By this I mean they need dramatic changes to make them better. I present the best ideas to solve the problems at home. And I pledge to gather the full resources of those who aim to protect us, and let them do so.
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KEYWORDS: american; candidate; conservative; contest; liberal; reality; showtime; tv
Showtime is producing a reality TV Series for this fall called the American Candidate. The selection of 12 final candidates will happen on June 1. How many conservatives will there be? Not enough. One candidate, Jim Dale, is a proven leader and innovator from a capitalist perspective on public issues. This candidate needs your help. All you have to do is visit his home page, click support, and then send a postcard from his home page to someone else and ask them to do the same. Only if enough support is garnished will the conservative candidate have a chance. Thank you.
posted on 04/25/2004 12:48:41 AM PDT
I already sent a postcard for someone else. Very interesting show!
posted on 04/25/2004 6:59:33 AM PDT
If you are Jim Dale, you should check out another man Donald Brash running for PM of New Zealand. BTW, by all means keep posting on FR.
posted on 04/25/2004 7:08:26 AM PDT
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