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Posted: 7/25/2001 10:08:30 AM EST
COMPLAIN TO MCCAIN RALLY AND RECALL PETITION > SIGNING EVENT/PROTEST/DEMONSTRATION. > >SUNDAY, JULY 29, 2001, FROM 2PM TO 5PM. WHEELER PARK, ADJACENT TO >CITY HALL, DOWNTOWN FLAGSTAFF WILL BE THE SITE FOR THIS EVENT. > >PETITIONS TO RECALL SENATOR JOHN McCAIN WILL BE AVAILABLE. > >Constitutionalists, Civil Libertarians, Gun-Rights Groups and >indeed, all Arizonans with a desire for appropriate Representation >in the US Senate, have many reasons to be angry and appalled at the >things that Senator McCain has been proposing since his failed run >for the Presidency. > >Some of the “lowlights” of this shameful “public servant’s” efforts… > >The McCain-Feingold, “Campaign Reform Act”, would unfairly benefit >incumbents in Federal elections by barring criticism three days or >less before the Election, and requiring citizens who pay dues or >donations to an advocacy group to be registered as “Lobbyists”. > >The McCain-Kennedy “Patients Bill of Rights Act”, would allow >frivolous lawsuits against HMOs for everything and anything. More >properly deemed the “Trial Lawyers Bill of Rights Act.” > >The McCain-Lieberman “Closing Gun Show Loophole Act”, would >effectively ban gun shows by making promoters criminally liable for >even technical violations of law by exhibitors at gun shows. It >would also infringe on private citizens’ Right to buy and sell guns >from other non-licensed Citizens without an unconstitutional >background check. > >Our goal is to aquire the necessary signatures to force Senator John >McCain from office. Senator McCain has said that he will step down >if sufficient signatures are collected. We intend to take him up on >that offer. > >Signing rallies in Phoenix, Tucson, and Yuma have been successful >enough to keep Senator McCain from appearing in the Media, even >while his “Campaign Finance Reform” bill was embroiled in fierce >debate in the House of Representatives. The bill went down to >defeat, but Senator McCain has vowed that it will be back. > >Now is the time to make your voice be heard and meet folks like >yourself. Good people who are sick and fed up with “do-gooder” >Socialists masquerading as Republicans. > >Representatives from a broad spectrum of ideologies will be present, >and all are welcome. > >Contact Derek Huffman (520) 527-7756 (derekhuffman@hotmail.com) or >Angel Shamaya (520) 522-8833 (director@keepandbeararms.com) for >more information. > >LET’S MAKE A DIFFERENCE! > >www.recallmccain.org > > > __________________ Derek Huffman, AZ EXpertarms, Flagstaff AZ, (520) 527-7756 "Quality...No Apologies."
Link Posted: 7/25/2001 12:45:02 PM EST
Rock on, brother!
Link Posted: 7/25/2001 3:41:45 PM EST
btt
Link Posted: 7/25/2001 4:35:57 PM EST
Is that park easy to find? Can you give me street dir. I'm about three hours out of flagstaff, but this is worth the drive.
Link Posted: 7/25/2001 5:28:40 PM EST
Link Posted: 7/25/2001 5:32:12 PM EST
[Last Edit: 7/25/2001 5:29:28 PM EST by Chairborne_Ranger]
I am about 2.5 hours outta Flag, but it's time for some microbrews, cool pines and protest. Derek never answered my question about how easy this park is to find, so I will assume it is *very* easy. Flagstaff ain't that big. See ya there. Edited for stupid typo
Link Posted: 7/26/2001 9:35:41 AM EST
The park is a breeze to find, if you're coming in from I 17 go north into town, as you turn right (after going under the train trestle) the first light is Humphries St., aka hwy 180. Turn left at the light, the park is next to the city hall, one block up on the left. Wheeler park.. D.
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