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Wednesday, August 04, 2010

A Democracy Town Hall member Sharon Anderson a threat?

Pat Anderson and friends think so. Please click onto the COMMENTS for the story.


Blogger Bob said...

The following is being sent around in an email from Greg LeMay.

Pat Anderson Not On Primary Ballot

Please help spread the word about AG's primary race

Important Primary Note:

As many of you are probably aware, our endorsed candidate for Attorney General, Chris Barden, has a primary challenge from perennial candidate Sharon Anderson.

Ms. Anderson has run almost every cycle for two decades, and actually won the AG primary in 1994against our endorsed candidate. Four years ago, she came within 8 points of defeating our endorsed candidate, Jeff Johnson.

Jeff had been a very visible candidate pre-primary. As a sitting State Senator, he was well-known and had spent most of the summer getting lawn signs up all over the state. With the early primary this year, Chris Barden has had less time to become known to republican primary voters.

Because none of the four candidates running for state auditor have a primary challenge from within their respective parties, there is no primary race for state auditor and it is not on the ballot. That means that the only "Anderson" on the primary ballot for a constitutional office is Chris Barden's opponent. Because of this, there is concern people may confuse the "Andersons" and inadvertently vote for Sharon Anderson.

Please tell everyone you know to support Chris Barden, not "Sharon Anderson" in the primary.

What's Pat Been Up to?

Pat won't be slowing down until November 3rd!

Parade season is in full swing! Pat and the Taxpayers' Watchdog have been hitting several parades a week since parades started up earlier this year and have no plans to slow down.

One of the last parades is a huge one in Anoka just days before election day. By then, Pat and the Taxpayers' Watchdog will have attended and been represented in hundreds of parades in every corner of the state.

Thank you to all who have had the chance to help out so far and thank you in advance to those who will be marching with us in the coming weeks!

State Fair Coming Up:

Pat will be campaigning at the Minnesota State Fair every day it is open. The Fair runs from August 26 through Labor Day, September 6, 2010. Pat needs volunteers to help get her message of "Bringing Fiscal Responsibility Back To Government" at her booth.

Volunteering at the fair is fun and a great way to help the cause. Please email if you think you can help out: - thanks!

Don't Forget (and tell your friends) - Every Dollar Helps!

These are difficult economic times, which is why getting a true Taxpayers' Watchdog back into the auditor's office is so important. Not everyone can give as much as they would like to or have in the past, but even a small contribution from each of you goes a very long way.

Thanks and see you on the campaign trail!

8:28 AM  
Anonymous SharonAnderson4MNAG said...

Thanks Bobby: Please Post the article by Tim Bud
Sure is Strange that you only mention the AG’s Race ie Sharon Anderson 4 Judicial Reform,Separation of Powers,FreeSpeeh_Press,Constitutional Guarantees
Sharon is calling for the Resignation of any “Lawyers” from the Executive,Legislative Branch’s ,violating the Separation of Powers ie: In re: Scarrella4Justice221NW2d then the Trial Lawyer “Emmers” acting in concort with “Obama” simulating Legal Process via “Oaths of Office.
Judicial Reforms Needed by JOn Roland NonLawyer for Texas AG
In response to requests to summarize the most important judicial reforms needed, here is a list of some of the most important, with links to further discussion.

Select judges into a pool of judges by sortition, or at random, not by election or appointment, but with some filtering for knowledge and skills.
Assign judges to courts for short terms by sortition. Even members of the Supreme Court would be drawn at random from the general pool of judges.
Have multiple judges assigned to each court, and assign them to cases by sortition.
Expand supreme and other appellate courts to 28 members, and hear cases initially by randomly selected panels of three, appealable to randomly selected panels of nine, and appealable from there to randomly selected panels of 27 (with one spare).
Require that decisions of multi-judge panels be unanimous to sustain a claimed power of government against a claim by a citizen that the government lacks such power.
Mandate reversal of any judgment that does not presume nonauthority for any official act and require strict proof of such authority.
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9:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sharon puts a lot of thought into things, and is a factor behind the scenes. I think with a little fine tuning, she's ready.

12:26 PM  
Anonymous Sharon opposes ShariaLaw said...

Just got it out Tune the Drums

3:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's pretty funny. You gotta take your hat off to Sharon. It sounds like she got votes that money couldn't buy! God bless her.

11:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

She makes a mockery of our system. She is a joke unto herself.

12:39 AM  
Blogger Bob said...

Sharon is a colorful addition to politics in our area. She is interesting and has put a smile on my face with some of the stuff she comes up with.

If she kicks the bucket before I do I will sadly miss her.

She is our GADFLY!

6:23 PM  
Anonymous MN_AG Candidates Vote 10Aug10 said...

Thanks Bob as you know Socratices also a "GadFly" would you post

Sharons opponent Chris is a Morman Bishop/Licensed Psyxxxx,Licensed Lawyers who won a 10 million jury verdict on Memory Suppresionas Satanic Preistess

9:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now add a dash of charm school and a guerilla makeover, and she will make Michelle Obama and Nancy Pelosi look like complete amateurs.

8:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why aren't you covering any of the elections Bob?

10:49 PM  
Anonymous Sharon'sYouTube_MNAG said...

Since my name is mentioned uploaded Sharon is impoverished so on Wings of an Angel and Prayer Having Fun Get em with Humor

4:50 PM  

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