Friday, October 1, 2010

Regarding Voter Fraud: The Dead Just Keep on Voting, a repost from Red State


Voter Fraud--Missouri is right in the middle of this story, unfortunately.

"The Dead Just Keep on Voting"
By Thomas R. Spencer
A Republican Lawyer from Florida

To read the full story, click here.

"...Indeed, if you happen to be in a Democrat-led state (i.e. Sec. of State Robin Carnahan), with major cities and states with a record of vote-fraud – like Missouri, the Obama DOJ will happily dismiss lawsuits where there are actual admitted violations of the law, like the New Black Panther case. Last year, it accommodated Missouri for failing to purge its voter rolls even though a third of its counties had more registered voters than voting-age residents..."

To read past story with explanations of Obama/Acorn fraud--click here.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

UMKC College Repubs & Friends attend Schweich event at Hyatt and enjoy meeting John Ashcroft, former U.S. AG & Vicky Hartzler, candidate for 4th CD

Lafayette County volunteers attend Schweich event in Kansas City. Photo with Tom Schweich & former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft. Great event!

Editor's note: Sorry, inadvertently, not everyone got in this photo, but we had a delegation of eight who attended.

Volunteers from Clay, Jackson & Lafayette Counties walk with Roy Blunt in Liberty Parade last Saturday

Roy Blunt energized walkers at the Liberty parade as volunteers from 3 counties (Clay, Jackson and Lafayette) joined in the day's festivities.

Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Barack Obama and Robin Carnahan are out of touch with Missouri families - you can do something about it by joining the Blunt campaign. Volunteers are the voice of Missouri and of this campaign.

Victory is in sight. Help Roy finish the race strong by volunteering here.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Sen. Bill Stouffer and Rep. Brian Munzlinger to speak about the controversial Proposition B to Pachyderms Tuesday, September 28th in Moberly

Senator Stouffer and Representative Munzlinger
At Randolph Pachyderms' Tuesday, September 28 Dinner
By Sam Richardson/Special to the Moberly Monitor Index

Next Tuesday's dinner meeting of the Randolph Area Pachyderm Club will feature not one but two of the recognized leaders from the Missouri General Assembly--Senator Bill Stouffer (R-Napton) and Brian Munzlinger (R-Williamstown).

Senator Stouffer and Representative Munzlinger have been asked to take the Pachyderm podium and update the audience on agriculture, agribusiness and the controversial Proposition B. That initiative petition, the so-called Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act, caused great angst in this year's session of the General Assembly, consuming many hours of debate, especially in the Senate.

Prop B will be on the November ballot.

To read the full story, click here.

The meeting is open to all interested citizens and reservations are available from Pachyderm seretary Laurel Seeley, at 660-277-4425 or