Skip to comments.Attn: Minnesota Freepers/Conservatives Republicans - There's a new PAC out there for you!
Posted on 09/27/2012 8:35:16 PM PDT by MplsSteve
I wanted to take moment to make all of you aware of a PAC that was recently set up. The man behind the PAC was Pete Hegseth, a former (and future) candidate for the US Senate.
This PAC is targeting 12 specific legislative races here in Minnesota. These races are important if the GOP wants to retain control of the Legislature.
Think about it for a moment. Can you imagine anything scarier than Governor Mark Dayton - with a DFL-controlled legislature?! They'll ruin this state. No ifs ands or buts about it.
This PAC has already had a money bomb for one its chosen candidates. By all accounts, it was successful. Take a look at the candidates. Take a look at the biographies. Take a look at the analyses for the candidates.
I've already written a check for one of the candidates. Will you do the same? I know that you have been bombarded with requests for money. I have too. But please look this one over and give it a thought.
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thanks. will check it out.
Pete Hegseth will be a great candidate to replace the obnoxious Al Franken in 2014 senate race.
Two of these candidates are in my district. I was at a fund raiser tonight for King Banaian, and John Pederson was there too. In 2010 King won his MN House district by 13 votes, which is why he is targeted by the liberals for defeat. His political opponent is a touchy feely sort of guy. He seems like a nice man, but much too immature politically to represent anyone in our MN House - a typical liberal whose politics is all based on emotion, and not on any sort of logic. Banaian is a Professor of Economics while his opponent is a social counselor.
I like King Banaian too. I remember when he was part of the Northern Alliance radio show on AM 1280 The Patriot. Him and Mike Brodkorb had a two-hour show on Saturday afternoons.
The GOP needs more professors of Armenian descent!