Saturday, March 03, 2007

McCain Takes Spartanburg, South Carolina Straw Poll

In an early showing of grassroots muscle, John McCain took the Spartanburg County South Carolina Straw Poll edging out Rudy and Duncan Hunter.

The final results:

Arizona Sen. John McCain: 164
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani: 162
California Rep. Duncan Hunter: 158
Kansas Sen. Sam Brownback: 85
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney: 80
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich: 33 (write-in)
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee: 21
Colorado Rep. Tom Tancredo: 10
Attorney John Cox: 4
Texas Rep. Ron Paul: 4
Secretary of state Condoleezza Rice: 2 (write-in)
Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore: 1
Former Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson: 1

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At 6:00 AM PDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a crucial election. This should interest you whether you are democrat or republican. Obama is withholding several documents from court which pertain to his proof as a natural born citizen

Several things:

1. Please watch this and pass it on to anyone you know. Post it everywhere. This video is being viewed like crazy on You tube. The case is true and the DNC filed a motion on Thursday October 9th to keep them from producing Obama's hard copy birth certificate. The DNC is not producing the documents. The mainstream media is not covering the story.

A response call to the DNC

You can take a look at all court documents related to this suit against Obama here.

2. Please tell anyone you know with daughters that Obama supports making women register for selective service

Candidates differ on female draft
Monday, October 13, 2008
By Jerome L. Sherman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Even as the U.S. confronts two long wars, neither Sen. John McCain nor Sen. Barack Obama believes the country should take the politically perilous step of reviving the military draft.

But the two presidential candidates disagree on a key foundation of any future draft: Mr. Obama supports a requirement for both men and women to register with the Selective Service, while Mr. McCain doesn't think women should have to register.

3. Obama says that he does not know Farrakhan, nor has he worked with ACORN. If You go to Chicagaons Against Obama.
You will find the pictures I have attached.


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