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Posted on 05/10/2007 9:25:36 AM PDT by Calpernia
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For reference, a few from this 2004 endorsement are in the 2008 elections.
From the ORIGINAL Cache of the 2004 Republican National Convention
This is the brochure for the protest of the 2004 Republican National Convention.
This brochure is for the groups, Not in Our Name, Code Pink, RNC2DNC, MoveOn, Stonewall and name the group of the day.
There were a lot of thank yous that went out on the anti war protesters mails for all the inside help they had in getting the RNC schedule of events, guests and planning information so they could affectly assemble at all the events.
Look at August 29. A thank you party was held for the Log Cabin Republicans.
Everyone on that list except for Ron Paul is also a member of the Main Street group, not surprising.
Republican Main Street Partnership (George Soros is funding the Moderates)
Soros is paying them to repeat his talking points, not surprising either.
its log! its log
it's big, it's heavy, it's wood!
its better than bad its good
RMSP Reference thread BumP
I totally missed this when you posted it. Thanks. Ron Paul isn’t conservative republican, he’s not a libertarian (good point about personal responsibility), so just what is he?
I’ve loved some of his speeches and ideas over the years, but he’s over the edge.
>>>Ive loved some of his speeches and ideas over the years, but hes over the edge.
You are not alone. I have some of his writings linked to my blog.
I got suspicious of him when some of his supporters here started referencing MoveOn linked sites.
So I looked further. And there he was.
Thank you for responding :) Missed you.
I must say I’m impressed with the machine he’s got hitting all the polls. It’s gonna get real ugly before it’s over, huh?
Ugly? I think that is an understatement :(
I don’t think we realize what we are in for.
This election is for all the marbles.
I wish I understood what the significance of 2010 was.
Candidate Application Questionnaire
Once you have completed this portion of the application, you may email it as an MS Word (.doc) attachment to [email edited]. In the alternative, you may fax it to [fax edited] or mail it to: [snail mail edited].
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1. Please provide supporting information to demonstrate that you meet each of the basic candidate criteria.
Be openly gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender;
Demonstrate electoral viability;
Publicly endorse federal Gay/Lesbian Civil Rights Legislation, and similar state and local anti-discrimination laws or legislation;
Advocate aggressive public policies and positions relevant to HIV/AIDS research, education and treatment; gay and lesbian health and wellness; and women’s reproductive freedom.
2. Briefly describe why you have chosen to run for public office.
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Well that just rips it!! I’ve been defending him for a long time because he sticks strictly to the Constitution. But not any more. Not if he’s linked to MoveOn.org.
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Political Party Alliance
The National Stonewall Democrats
The National Stonewall Democrats is the nations only grassroots Democratic lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender organization. The Stonewall Democrats focus on making change in three ways; educating the LGBT community about the differences in the political parties, mobilizing the LGBT community on election day to get-out to vote for fair-minded Democrats and standing up against the Republicans when they attack our families and civil rights.
Dave Noble, Executive Director www.stonewalldemocrats.org
The Log Cabin Republicans
The mission of the Log Cabin Republicans is to work within the Republican Party to advocate equal rights for all Americans, including gays and lesbians. Log Cabin’s mission derives from our firm belief in the principles of limited government, individual liberty, individual responsibility, free markets and a strong national defense. We emphasize that these principles and the moral values on which they stand are consistent with the pursuit of equal treatment under the law for gay and lesbian Americans.
Patrick Guerriero, Executive Director www.logcabin.org
More about Stonewall:
Brief history of the modern childlove movement
See 16 & 17
I see that Rudy Guiliani is a supporter of Stonewall.
Thanks for the ping.
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