Skip to comments.THE ARIZONA BILL OF RIGHTS CELEBRATION
Posted on 12/13/2012 9:48:22 PM PST by Neil E. Wright
[There will be no formal evening event as previously announced]
10:00 a.m. - Dedication of the Bill of Rights Monument at the Arizona State Capital
THE FIRST OF ITS KIND IN THE NATION
The complete Bill Of Rights will be read aloud from Stone Tablets!
The monument will be unwrapped and unveiled Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012, Bill of Rights Day, at 10 a.m.
Do not miss this historic event.
[Major news media has been unresponsive to requests to attend.]
"The complete political spectrum will be present." From Karen Johnson to Kyrsten Sinema -- these politicians led the fight to erect this monument. Karen is about as conservative, and Kyrsten is about as progressive, as our state legislature has ever seen.
This is a free event.
Wesley Bolin Plaza, 1700 W. Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona
Governor Jan Brewer will be accepting this gift on behalf of the people of Arizona.
Governor Brewer will read the Tenth Amendment
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton will welcome the monument to America's largest capital city.
All the dignitaries will be reading one of the ten amendments aloud
Meet your representatives
Chris Bliss who has worked tirelessly for a decade to make this a reality, is the emcee, as the first=ever state monument to the Bill of Rights is dedicated.
Plans are underway to erect similar monuments in all 50 states.
Arizona is making history here, once again leading the nation, don't miss it.
(The news media will be focusing on national cupcake day -- can you believe it?)
The MSM will ignore it until it gets the graffiti treatment, then they call it “divisive” or racist or something
The MSM will only attend if Odumbo’s ugly face was on the stone..
This is awesome!!! I love my new home state!
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