According to Gateway Pundit, close to 11,000 McCain/Palin supporters will be attending a rally being held in St. Louis University’s new arena. This rally will include a live showing of the debate along with a rumored appearance of Sarah Palin after its over. Oh, if only had decided to attend school in St. Louis.
I’m currently at the Kenny Hulshof Primary Results party being held in Columbia, MO. Right now things are tense with the race between Kenny and Sarah dead even.
If you want to join the festivities, join us at the Holiday Inn Executive Suites at 2200 I-70 Drive SW. The more the merrier and its open to the public.
UPDATE: Things are going well, with 80.9% in Hulshof is up about 49 to 45.
Today is Missouri’s Primary so everyone venture out into the scorching heat and do your civic duty.
Oh that rascally Ron Paul keeps popping up here and there with his latest appearance being at the Missouri Republican State Convention. Just like Barack has a motto (“hope” and “change”) that he keeps repeating over and over again, Paul’s seems to be “Freedom.”
Presidential candidate Ron Paul came to Branson last Friday to speak to a throng of supporters and delegates to the Missouri Republican State Convention.
While at the Tri-Lakes Center, Paul spoke on a variety of topics including foreign policy, the war in Iraq, and income taxes, but ultimately his message was about how freedom could remedy a multitude of sins.
“Freedom truly is popular. Freedom works,” Paul said. “There is no doubt in my mind that the message of liberty is what this country needs.”
His speech outlined the various values of freedom and what it could fix. Freedom from the federal reserve could help with the economic crisis. Paul envisioned a world with no paper money where “gold and silver would be the legal tender,” to which the enthusiastic crowd responded with chants of “No more debt!”
Oh Ron, you have some great conservative ideas but then you have some plain crazy ones. However, I feel like I would definitely prefer your “freedom” over Obama’s “hope” and “change.”
According to a poll conducted a little while ago, Representative Kenny Hulshof is currently leading in the Missouri Republican Primary polls. He is only leading State Treasurer Sarah Steelman by 4% which is really small when considering that out of the 400 Republicans polled, 32% were still undecided. With the primary still a couple of months away, things can easily change.