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AND WILL ADDRESS TEA PARTY GROUP AFTERWARD
Press Release from Van Irion, Liberty Legal Foundation
(Dec. 2, 2011) — Mark Your Calendars – Dec 5th, 6:30pmArizona Project 2012, and other members of the Tea Party Coalition, are graciously hosting Liberty Legal Foundation and Presidential candidate John Dummett Monday night at The Elks Lodge, Phoenix. Please join us! John Dummett and I will be discussing the class action lawsuit against the Democratic Party. I will also field questions regarding Constitutional issues and other actions of Liberty Legal Foundation. Anna Gaines of American Citizens United says, “I hope you will all make the effort to attend this important and informative meeting and meet the people who are also fighting for the same cause as all the Tea Parties.” Here is the event information. Please feel free to invite like-minded people. Special guests are:
Attorney Van Irion, Presidential Candidate John Dummett
Date: December 5, 2911
Time: 6:30-8:30 PM
Place: The Elks Lodge Phoenix
Address: 14424 N..32nd Street Phoenix, Arizona 85032
Directions – North of Thunderbird on 32nd Street, South of Greenway on the West side of 32nd Street.
Call Anna at American Citizens United if you have any other questions: 602-774-2921
Hope to see you Monday night!
Co-Founder, Lead Counsel
LIBERTY LEGAL FOUNDATION
More from Anna:
Dear members and associates, this is an invitation of behalf of our sponsor organization, Project 2012, Leader Chairman Ron Ludders will be hosting Speaker Van Irion who has filed a lawsuit in Tennessee and in U.S. District Court against the DNC challenging Obama’s eligibility for placement on the ballot.
Attorney Van and John Dummett, lead presidential candidate plaintiffs of the Certification Class Action, will be in Arizona only on that day: December 5/11, after they meet with the Sheriff re: his investigation into Obama’s eligibility.
They expressed an interest in meeting some of the area Patriots, and offered to meet with all of us to discuss their efforts on behalf of our country. I hope you will all make the effort to attend this important and informative meeting and meet the people – also fighting for the same cause as all the Tea Parties.
According to Linda Bentley, a reporter for The Sonoran News in Cave Creek, Arizona, the original contact with the Irions: “This would be of great interest to everyone we know.”
The Post & Email obtained a statement from Dummett which reads:
We will be specifically discussing the illegal immigration and Mexican Drug Cartel problem along the border States. It is my opinion that we are in a State of War. War entails more than guns, bombs and people dying. War also includes destroying the economic system of another nation. The unchecked flood of humanity fleeing other nations into the United States is slowly choking the economic well-being of this nation. It is not the responsibility of the People or government of the United States to deal with the internal dealings of any other nation unless it directly impacts the security of this nation.
When I am finished speaking with Joe Arpaio I will be addressing elements of the Arizona Tea Party organization to tell them what I am trying to accomplish with the lawsuit I have served Nancy Pelosi, Reid, Wasserman, the Democratic National Committee and the National Democratic Party. This all happens on the 5th of December. On the 6th of December I will be personally serving the above-mentioned lawsuit to the DNC in Arizona and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
The main point I would like to make is it was Van Iron and I who figured out a way to get to the bottom of the Obama eligibility issue in a circuitous way, by side-stepping the Executive Branch and instead, going through the DNC and NDP to make them show us what they used to certify Obama as eligible. Each State has provisions in their Constitutions that mandate the various political parties to certify candidates eligible to run. Since each State has different rules, we have to serve each State a different complaint.