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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Letter; ‘Campaign for Liberty’ awaits you in Twin Cities

To the Editor:

U.S. Rep. Ron Paul’s candidacy for president through the Republican Party may be at an end, but the Texas Republican is still a thorn in the side of the Bush administration and the new world order. He’s also a thorn in the side of Barack Obama and John McCain, as his renowned “Rally for the Republic” grows

His rally initially set at the University of Minnesota’s 11,000 seat Williams Arena was changed to accommodate the enlarging crowd to the Target Center. The Target Center Sept. 2 will be the official launching of the “Campaign for Liberty.” This will follow two full days of events. For an agenda see campaignforliberty.com.

Shunned for the GOP Convention because he refused to endorse McCain, Paul — with the support of thousands — has prepared this “counter convention” to coincide with the Republican National Convention Sept. 1-4.

Paul is expected to deliver a dynamite speech Sept. 2. “If they expected us to retire quietly ... they’re in for a surprise,” Paul said. He pledges to “shake up the political establishment. This will be the largest organization for peace, freedom, the constitution and sound money in American history.”

In addition, there will be a booth in support of Chuck Baldwin, Baptist Church pastor, running for president through the Constitution Party. (The Constitution Party gave full support to Paul during his campaign.) Paul and Baldwin share a common message for restoration of this once great nation in a time of crisis. Both ask you to help to take back America for the American people: (973) 764-0923 or www.chuckbaldwinlive.com or www.constitutionparty.com.

Target seats are filling fast. Advance tickets for the Sept. 2 event from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. can be purchased at the center or Ticket Master.

Del & Charla Kusilek

Cannon Falls

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