Thursday, September 1, 2011

DeMint's upcoming presidential forum

I am thinking we should be there too. What say you?

If anyone else wants to express your opinion ON SITE, please drop me a line. ;)

LABOR DAY, indeed! DeMint has a lotta nerve!

Now the Country will be watching (from Greenville Online blog)

Now it’s a national audience for Sen. Jim DeMint’s presidential forum in Columbia on Labor Day.

A CNN spokesman told that the cable channel plans to cover the 3 p.m. event at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center.

In addition, CNN correspondent John King will broadcast his 7 p.m. show from Columbia and have DeMint as a guest, the cable channel said.

All the top-polling Republican candidates have already agreed to participate.

They’ll appear on stage one at a time to take questions from DeMint, U.S. Rep. Steve King of Iowa and Robert P. George, founder of the American Principles Project.

SCETV will also broadcast the forum and, according to organizers, will provide a live webcast followed by an online discussion.
Everybody join in please, whether you are in South Carolina or not! WE NEED YOU!

It should be an interesting event. And I hope I can make it in person!


D. said...

I can't come because:

1. The air fare.
2. I do not pay to listen to Republicans who hate everything about me. Not without shaving cream, a pastry crust and a hearty Hiyo Silver!.
3. Our current heat wave appears to be 70.
4. The air fare.

Larry Carter Center said...

DAISY, I will try to dust off my cruise missile & parade outside of this event with signs on it reading TEA BAGGERS PAY TRILLIONS FOR WAR & CUT POOR PEOPLE CARE SO THE RICH DON'T PAY TAXES 843-926-1750 LARRY & SUE COMING UP FROM CHARLESTON LABOR DAY

Larry Carter Center said...

jail DeMint for illegally traveling to Honduras to support the coup de tat & illegal arrest of the President, DeMint does not make State Department policy, is not qualified to question people running for President & is guilty of treason betraying our US Constitution for giving direct tax money to religious businesses such as Bachmann's pray away being gay clinic in Stilwater Minnesota