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Joe Miller Defeats Lisa Murkowski; Governor Palin Gets Her Miracle on Ice

Posted by Adrienne Ross on August 31, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com


Senator Lisa Murkowkski has conceded. What an incredible victory for Joe Miller, who was snatched out of anonymity by Governor Palin’s endorsement. Governor Palin defeated Lisa’s father to become the first woman governor of Alaska, and now she helped Joe Miller to defeat his daughter. As Karl Rove said, “It’s an end of an era.”

But it’s the beginning of another one. As I’ve been predicting all along, it’s Miller Time! We’ve received the “miracle on ice” Governor Palin has been praying for. Now, on to November!

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McCain’s Fired Daughter Says Palin Not a “Team Player”?

Posted by Ron Devito on August 31, 2010

On Good Morning America, as reported earlier by Lori Calabrese, Meghan McCain said that Gov. Palin was “not a team player.” Meghan McCain’s credibility is questionable at best since her own father’s campaign fired her. While she parsed words, obfuscated, and gave a line of bull about “being asked to leave and not come back,” this is the same as being fired. She could have just said “it depends on the what the meaning of ‘is’ is” and been done with it.

This young woman, who was fired from the one campaign she had experience with is stating that a woman who at the time had 16 years of executive experience is not a “team player”? To steal from Hillary Clinton, accepting Meghan McCain’s word on matters pertaining to Gov. Palin would require “the willing suspension of disbelief.”

This would be a good time to remind Meghan McCain that Gov. Palin saved her father from what would have been a devastating double-digit loss. By Meghan McCain’s own acknowledgment, Gov. Palin drew many people to her rallies. Similarly, Gov. Palin’s endorsement of him helped him win the Arizona primary of August 24, just like the other six endorsees for that day. Her track record for the day is 100% and overall over 60%.

While Meghan McCain may or may not vote for Gov. Palin in 2012 should she run, we’ll focus on those whose opinions matter: the millions of people worldwide who are waiting for Gov. Palin to toss her hat in the ring and hopefully become President Palin.

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Humility and Honesty About Iraq Can Inspire Trust

Posted by Ron Devito on August 31, 2010

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

Later today, President Obama will speak to the American people about Iraq. No doubt he will laud the “end of major combat operations” by the date he randomly selected some 18 months ago. His press secretary Robert Gibbs also gave us a glimpse of what else he might say, telling the Today Show this morning that ”What is certainly not up for question is that President Obama, then-candidate Obama, said that adding those 20,000 troops into Iraq would, indeed, improve the security situation, and it did.”

Iraq in 2010 is indeed a very long way from Iraq in 2006, when violence and sectarian conflict threatened complete chaos. But then-candidate Obama did not support the course that brought us here as his press secretary now claims. On January 10, 2007, when President Bush announced the surge, Senator Obama insisted that the surge would actually increase sectarian violence: “I am not persuaded that 20,000 additional troops in Iraq are going to solve the sectarian violence there. In fact, I think it will do the reverse.” Barack Obama was clearly in opposition to the surge strategy.

Had we followed the course advocated by then-candidates Obama and Biden, the Iraq war would be remembered now as a crushing defeat for the United States and our allies. Al Qaeda in Iraq and Iranian supported extremists would have claimed victory over America – with grave implications for us throughout the region and the world. Iraq would have descended into full-scale civil war. Iraq’s neighbor would have likely been drawn into the conflict. Parts of Iraq would have been made a safe haven for terrorists to train and plan for attacks far beyond Iraqi borders.

Fortunately for all of us, these events did not occur. They did not occur because America changed strategy in Iraq. President Bush decided to increase our forces in Iraq and pursue a counterinsurgency strategy – a course long advocated by Republicans in Washington. This “surge” policy in 2007 was opposed by many – most notably and adamantly by Senators Obama and Biden. In October 2006, as the violence was spiraling out of control, Senator Obama actually advocated reducing our troop presence: “It is clear at this point that we cannot, through putting in more troops or maintaining the presence that we have, expect that somehow the situation is going to improve, and we have to do something significant to break the pattern that we’ve been in right now.”

In response to President Bush’s State of the Union address on January 23, 2007, Senator Obama said: “I don’t think the president’s strategy is going to work…My suggestion to the president has been that the only way we’re going to change the dynamic in Iraq and start seeing political commendation is actually if we create a system of phased redeployment. And, frankly, the president, I think, has not been willing to consider that option, not because it’s not militarily sound but because he continues to cling to the belief that somehow military solutions are going to lead to victory in Iraq.”

Senator Joe Biden, just before the surge was formally announced, actually declared: “If he surges another 20, 30 [thousand], or whatever number he’s going to, into Baghdad, it’ll be a tragic mistake.”

In May 2007, Senator Obama voted against funding our troops in Iraq. Reporters have insinuated that I haven’t been telling the truth on this fact, but consider the fact: he did not support additional troop funding. Had his position prevailed, our troops would have been forced to leave Iraq precipitously and chaos would have ensued. Goodness, even Senator Biden voted for the funding and had to admit this about Senator Obama and others who opposed it: “My colleagues voted against the funding to make a political point. There’s no political point worth my son’s life. There’s no political point worth anyone’s life.” As the mother of a soldier who spent his year in Iraq recently, I have to agree with Biden on that point.

As it became clear in the summer of 2007 that the surge strategy was working, Senator Obama was still stubbornly in denial about the success our American troops were having, saying: “My assessment is that the surge has not worked and we will not see a different report eight weeks from now.” What amazing blindness he showed with that assessment.

And even in November 2007, when everyone could see the success of the surge in reducing violence and increasing political space in Iraq, Senator Obama said: “Finally, in 2006-2007, we started to see that, even after an election, George Bush continued to want to pursue a course that didn’t withdraw troops from Iraq but actually doubled them and initiated a surge and at that stage I said very clearly, not only have we not seen improvements, but we’re actually worsening, potentially, a situation there.”

As Americans tune in to watch President Obama, it is important to remember the facts. He opposed the surge. He predicted it would fail. He said it would make things worse even after it dramatically improved the situation. He voted to cut off funds for our brave soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines fighting in Iraq. For months he refused to accept that the surge he fought was actually a spectacular success. As President Obama usually likes to look backwards and declare the state of everything to be “George Bush’s fault,” my hope is that tonight he stays consistent and looks backwards, and in this case acknowledges that credit should be given where credit is due.

Along with the points that Bill Kristol made yesterday, I too have some suggestions for the president. President Obama, please show grace, humility and some honesty before the American people tonight. Please don’t declare “Mission Accomplished” and then saunter away from the podium with an assumption that your opposition to the Iraq strategy was key to our troops’ success. Please end the political posturing. Admit you were wrong about the surge. Recognize what our brave armed forces have achieved. Admit that the strategy long advocated by Republicans, proposed by President Bush, led by Generals Petraeus and Odierno, and executed by thousands of America’s finest – our brave men and women in uniform – brought violence under control and made responsible withdrawals possible. The more honest you are about the past, the more likely it is you will gain the support of the American people for your Iraq policy in the future. We need to be able to trust the White House war strategy, as our children’s future depends on it. Being honest with us tonight is a good starting point in building trust.

- Sarah Palin

Retrieved from: http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=424674843434.

- Posted using BlogPress from my Palin-Powered iPhone

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Support Joe Miller’s $100,000 Goal

Posted by Ron Devito on August 31, 2010

Support Joe: $100,000 Goal

This year’s Republican primary in Alaska has come down to a fight between the establishment and the conservative grassroots. Unfortunately, Joe Miller and his homegrown base of conservative Alaskans are facing legal battles with well-funded special interests committed to maintaining the status quo in Washington.

With your support, Joe can continue his momentum; stave off the inevitable lawsuits, and cross the finish line with another victory for the conservative movement. Please donate 50, 75, or 100 dollars to preserve the integrity of Alaska’s electoral system and ensure that the true conservative is on the ballot in November.

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Help Joe return the power, land, and resources of the states to the people that live in them! Please forward this message to anyone who would like to help. See our live progress at www.SupportJoeMiller.com.

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Governor Palin To Headline Ronald Reagan Dinner in Iowa

Posted by Adrienne Ross on August 31, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Governor Palin is headed to Iowa. The Republican Party of Iowa put out the following press release:

Gov. Sarah Palin to Headline Iowa GOP’s Ronald Reagan Dinner
“Salute to Freedom” Event, Friday, September 17

DES MOINES – Republican Party of Iowa Chairman Matt Strawn today announced Governor Sarah Palin will be the Party’s special guest at the upcoming Reagan Dinner: A Salute to Freedom.

“The Iowa GOP is pleased that Gov. Palin is traveling to Iowa to join the battle to return principled, conservative leadership to Iowa,” said Chairman Strawn. “Our economic and personal freedoms are under attack in Washington, DC and Des Moines. I know Iowa Republicans will be energized and motivated by Gov. Palin to stand up and fight for these principles all the way to Election Day and beyond.”

The Reagan Dinner: A Salute to Freedom will take place the evening of Friday, September 17 in Des Moines. The exact time and location will be announced closer to the event. Tickets for the Reagan Dinner are $100 each, or $1,000 for a table of eight.

Strawn noted that while the former Governor of Alaska and Vice Presidential nominee is popular among Iowans, the current economy is challenging for many Iowa families who may wish to attend. That is why the Iowa GOP is offering Iowans an opportunity to volunteer through any of its ten statewide Victory Centers in exchange for a ticket to the Ronald Reagan “Salute to Freedom” Dinner. For additional details regarding volunteer opportunities, Iowans should contact their local Iowa GOP Victory Center in: Ames, Cedar Falls, Council Bluffs, Davenport, Iowa City, Marion, Mason City, Ottumwa, Sioux City and Urbandale.

Tickets can be reserved by emailing RSVP@IowaGOP.org or by calling 515-282-8105.

Media requesting credentials should email Danielle Plogmann at dplogmann@iowagop.org.

See more here.

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Palin Discusses Defict, Honor Rally, Iraq on Fox Business

Posted by Ron Devito on August 31, 2010

Gov. Palin on Fox Business Network, Part I retrieved from PalinTV

Gov. Palin on Fox Business Network, Part II retrieved from PalinTV

Governor Palin Talks about job creation, the growing Obama deficit, Restoring Honor Rally, and Iraq on the Fox Business Network.

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Governor Palin Praying at Restoring Honor Rally

Posted by Adrienne Ross on August 30, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Some wonderful people are sharing some great pictures with me from the Restoring Honor Rally.

I received the first picture below with the message that follows:

Picture reportedly taken by Beck’s photographer

A commenter on SPN posted that Glenn Beck states that Governor Palin had been praying for 10 minutes when this photo was taken.

This second picture came just a few minutes later with the message that follows:

I thought you may enjoy this. I did a bit of converging two pictures to make this.

Thank God for leaders who will humble themselves and pray. As 2 Chronicles 7:14 says:

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

(h/t Kenton and Doc)

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Jews for Sarah: Our Shabbat with Sarah Palin

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 30, 2010

Benyamin Korn, Director of Jewish Americans for Sarah Palin, has written an excellent article about the Shabbaton that his group hosted in Hershey, Pennsylvania on Friday and Saturday (Jewish sabbath).   He gives a fascinating account of  the event and of meeting Governor Palin. 

GOV. SARAH PALIN – Excerpts from her address to the Pennsylvania Family Institute 

Originally published in the New York Sun.

Driving to Lancaster from Philadelphia Friday afternoon, my wife and I passed through a town named Ephrata. In was named after the town that, in ancient times, was part of the city of Bethlehem; today it is a thriving Israeli city of 8,000-plus. Friends and colleagues who were meeting us in Lancaster passed towns named Bethlehem, Nazareth, Lebanon, and Zion. Early Pennsylvanians believed, as many modern ones do, in the Divine promise that the exiled Jews would be returned to the land of Bethlehem and Zion. How appropriate, I thought, to help usher in our Shabbat with Governor Palin, an American political leader who, more closely than many, identifies with the Holy Land, ancient and modern. 

* * * 

The Pennsylvania Family Institute, sponsor of the weekend event with Mrs. Palin, is a Christian conservative advocacy group whose positions on many issues are at odds with the liberal social views espoused by many American Jews. In other words, not the community with which one might expect Jews to be breaking challah. But the Institute’s web site raises concerns that many Jews share — that rapidly-rising rates of out of wedlock births, juvenile crime and drug use, and sexually-transmitted diseases are symptomatic of “a culture that is turning its back on the family.” 

Independent-minded American Jews, like their Christian counterparts, are justifiably alarmed by these phenomena and are searching for ways to return stability and morality to American family life. It was to in support of this goal that my organization, Jewish Americans for Sarah Palin, set up a Shabbaton — a Sabbath gathering for meals, songs, prayers, and conversation — with the assistance of the Pennsylvania Family Institute, to be a part of their weekend with Mrs. Palin.

* * * 

By evening, the halls of the Hershey Lodge were filled with the aroma of chulent, the traditional Sabbath stew. More than 1,000 citizens came to the $200-a-plate dinner with the governor, including a small group whose members paid $25,000 each to sit at the governor’s table. Our Jews for Sarah tables included a cross-section. Some came from Philadelphia, Baltimore, or North Jersey, while others from farther afield. Dr. Joseph Frager, president of the Jerusalem Reclamation Project, made the drive from Quuens. One participant flew in from London. Jewish Americans for Sarah Palin is not a Jewish religious organization, although many of our members are Orthodox. Most of the Shabbaton participants were Sabbath observers, although some were not. We even had several Christian supporters of Jews for Sarah, including Dr. Celeste Mattia of Philadelphia, and Dr. Richard Bishirjian, of Armenian Christian descent, who is president of Yorktown University in Denver. 

* * *

Meeting Sarah Palin turns out to be not the kind of celebrity thrill one experiences by meeting, say, a member of the Rolling Stones. My wife and I found her unpretentious and gracious both, with an un-politician-like sincerity. She expressed gratitude for the work of Jews for Sarah. We brought a small gift for Mrs. Palin’s family, a video disc of “Praying with Lior,” the film about the bar mitzvah of a Jewish child with Down’s Syndrome. 

* * * 

My colleague Sheya Hanstatter, director of PalinTV, presented Mrs. Palin with the ArtScroll edition of Perek Shira, a commentary on the song of celebration sung by Jewish women during the exodus from Egypt. Mrs. Palin received the Hebrew volume with obvious delight; she has used the biblical Book of Esther as bedtime reading material for her eight-year-old daughter, Piper. She wants Piper to emulate Esther, Jewish history’s great heroine, who risked everything to save the Jewish people from Haman’s plan for genocide. 

* * * 

Although 65 years have passed since the Holocaust, the threat of genocide still hangs over the Jewish people — and again from Persia. Iran openly threatens to wipe Israel off the map. Hamas, with its charter calling for the extermination of the Jewish State, fires rockets at Israeli schoolchildren. Syria races to build chemical and biological weapons to use against Israel. Mrs. Palin makes it clear that she recognizes these threats to America’s ally, Israel, and wants to end them. She minced no words in her remarks to the Pennsylvania Family Institute, criticizing the Obama administration for “coddling our enemies while abandoning our treasured ally, Israel.” 

On her lapel, she wore a pin showing the American and Israeli flags intertwined. 

* * * 

As we enjoyed our Shabbat meal, we listened to Mrs. Palin’s references to “Judeo-Christian values” — a concept well understood by the deeply religious Christian audience with whom we shared the evening, including more than a few Amish ladies wearing their traditional bonnets. Mrs. Palin spoke of how the family is the building block of society and how strong families mean a strong nation. She did not suggest that Democrats do not share the attachment to family. But she warned that the most immediate threat to American families is the administration’s economic policies, which will burden our children’s generation with crushing, inescapable debt. 

* * *

Mrs. Palin’s message is beginning to resonate among American Jews. I see it in the new open mindedness among friends and associates as they get to know Mrs. Palin. I see it in the response among American Jews to the articles and activities and website of Jewish Americans for Sarah Palin. And we can all see it in the new Pew Research Center survey showing 33% of American Jews now support the Republicans, an increase of 13 percentage points that is more than 50% higher than the 20% who identified with the GOP just two years ago. 

* * * 

The Pennsylvania Family Institute, sponsor of the weekend event with Mrs. Palin, is a Christian conservative advocacy group whose positions on many issues are at odds with the liberal social views espoused by many American Jews. In other words, not the community with which one might expect Jews to be breaking challah. But the Institute’s web site raises concerns that many Jews share — that rapidly-rising rates of out of wedlock births, juvenile crime and drug use, and sexually-transmitted diseases are symptomatic of “a culture that is turning its back on the family.” 

Independent-minded American Jews, like their Christian counterparts, are justifiably alarmed by these phenomena and are searching for ways to return stability and morality to American family life. It was to in support of this goal that my organization, Jewish Americans for Sarah Palin, set up a Shabbaton — a Sabbath gathering for meals, songs, prayers, and conversation — with the assistance of the Pennsylvania Family Institute, to be a part of their weekend with Mrs. Palin.

* * * 

By evening, the halls of the Hershey Lodge were filled with the aroma of chulent, the traditional Sabbath stew. More than 1,000 citizens came to the $200-a-plate dinner with the governor, including a small group whose members paid $25,000 each to sit at the governor’s table. Our Jews for Sarah tables included a cross-section. Some came from Philadelphia, Baltimore, or North Jersey, while others from farther afield. Dr. Joseph Frager, president of the Jerusalem Reclamation Project, made the drive from Quuens. One participant flew in from London. Jewish Americans for Sarah Palin is not a Jewish religious organization, although many of our members are Orthodox. Most of the Shabbaton participants were Sabbath observers, although some were not. We even had several Christian supporters of Jews for Sarah, including Dr. Celeste Mattia of Philadelphia, and Dr. Richard Bishirjian, of Armenian Christian descent, who is president of Yorktown University in Denver. 

* * *

Meeting Sarah Palin turns out to be not the kind of celebrity thrill one experiences by meeting, say, a member of the Rolling Stones. My wife and I found her unpretentious and gracious both, with an un-politician-like sincerity. She expressed gratitude for the work of Jews for Sarah. We brought a small gift for Mrs. Palin’s family, a video disc of “Praying with Lior,” the film about the bar mitzvah of a Jewish child with Down’s Syndrome. 

* * * 

My colleague Sheya Hanstatter, director of PalinTV, presented Mrs. Palin with the ArtScroll edition of Perek Shira, a commentary on the song of celebration sung by Jewish women during the exodus from Egypt. Mrs. Palin received the Hebrew volume with obvious delight; she has used the biblical Book of Esther as bedtime reading material for her eight-year-old daughter, Piper. She wants Piper to emulate Esther, Jewish history’s great heroine, who risked everything to save the Jewish people from Haman’s plan for genocide. 

* * * 

Although 65 years have passed since the Holocaust, the threat of genocide still hangs over the Jewish people — and again from Persia. Iran openly threatens to wipe Israel off the map. Hamas, with its charter calling for the extermination of the Jewish State, fires rockets at Israeli schoolchildren. Syria races to build chemical and biological weapons to use against Israel. Mrs. Palin makes it clear that she recognizes these threats to America’s ally, Israel, and wants to end them. She minced no words in her remarks to the Pennsylvania Family Institute, criticizing the Obama administration for “coddling our enemies while abandoning our treasured ally, Israel.” On her lapel, she wore a pin showing the American and Israeli flags intertwined. 

* * * 

As we enjoyed our Shabbat meal, we listened to Mrs. Palin’s references to “Judeo-Christian values” — a concept well understood by the deeply religious Christian audience with whom we shared the evening, including more than a few Amish ladies wearing their traditional bonnets. Mrs. Palin spoke of how the family is the building block of society and how strong families mean a strong nation. She did not suggest that Democrats do not share the attachment to family. But she warned that the most immediate threat to American families is the administration’s economic policies, which will burden our children’s generation with crushing, inescapable debt. 

* * *

Mrs. Palin’s message is beginning to resonate among American Jews. I see it in the new open mindedness among friends and associates as they get to know Mrs. Palin. I see it in the response among American Jews to the articles and activities and website of Jewish Americans for Sarah Palin. And we can all see it in the new Pew Research Center survey showing 33% of American Jews now support the Republicans, an increase of 13 percentage points that is more than 50% higher than the 20% who identified with the GOP just two years ago. 

* * *

But for the most part, our Shabbat with Sarah Palin transcended politics. It was a Salute to the American Family, an occasion for connection between conservative Christians and conservative Jews. It offered a chance to exchange a knowing look with the Hockey Mom from Wasilla, about our beloved special needs kids. And then she was gone, off with her “bodyguard Piper” to speak the next day before 300,000 at the Lincoln Memorial. For us it was a memorable and moving shabbat, full of songs and prayers, hearty food, and our plans and dreams for bringing back home the message of our American Esther.

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Governor Palin and Amazing Grace

Posted by Adrienne Ross on August 30, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Picture posted online here.

The above picture of Governor Palin was sent to me with the following words:

Sarah Palin wiping a tear during the dramatic bagpipe rendition of Amazing Grace accompanied by Gospel choir: “8/28 Restoring Honor Rally” at The Lincoln Memorial

Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor Rally brought hundreds of thousands of patriots to the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday. It was not a political event; it was an American event. Many say it was more like a “revival” with a clear message that America needs to return to faith, to God, to the honor that is the fabric of our very existence. It certainly had a clear spiritual message–one of dependence on God, unity, and hope. And our troops received the respect and recognition they so deserve.

How appropriate the song “Amazing Grace,” for we are what we are by the grace of God, and we are in desperate need of His continued grace to get where we must go.

God bless America, and, more importantly, America bless God.

(h/t Kenton)

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Grimm is the “People’s Candidate”

Posted by Ron Devito on August 30, 2010

In this mailing sent today, GOP candidate Michael Grimm delineates his continued efforts in fighting the proposed mosque to be located two blocks north of the WTC site, the roll-out of a new website and the chance to be featured on that site.

Grimm is running for New York’s 13th Congressional District, which covers Staten Island and part of Brooklyn. He is campaigning against Michael Allegretti for the GOP nomination in the September 14th primary. The nominee runs against Congressman McMahon. Governor Palin endorsed Grimm on July 28, 2010. US for Palin Publisher, Ron Devito is campaigning for Grimm walking door-to-door in the 60th Election District.

NEWS FROM THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: GRIMM IS THE “PEOPLE’S CANDIDATE”

Dear Friend,

Welcome to this week’s email blast where you can keep track of Michael Grimm’s Congressional Campaign in NY-13. Find out about exciting developments, get updates, and follow the campaign all at once!

Grimm is the “People’s Candidate”

  • Human Events, a leading Conservative publication, recognized Michael Grimm as the People’s Candidate in their article “NY-13 Candidate Shakes Up the Establishment.” Read the article here.
  • Michael Grimm makes another appearance on “Fox & Friends” on Fox News calling for the investigation of the funding behind the proposed mosque at Ground Zero. Watch the video here.
  • Michael Grimm stands true to his values and those of the people of Staten Island and Brooklyn at the Ground Zero Mosque Protest.
  • Team Grimm has rolled out a new website! The website includes new photos, new content and many other unique features. Would you like to be a featured contributor on Michael Grimm’s new website? Or maybe you want to tell the people of NY-13 why you support Michael Grimm’s candidacy? Please go to the website and share with Team Grimm why you believe Michael Grimm is really the “People’s Candidate” in NY-13!
  • Mailers have been distributed to the residents of NY-13 outlining Michael Grimm’s concrete plans to turn our district around proving that Michael Grimm is the only candidate in this race with real ideas rather than the pretentious political rhetoric of his opponents.
  • Michael Grimm continues to meet hundreds of district residents by attending their neighborhood block parties and going door to door on Staten Island and Brooklyn.

Look out for new and exciting developments this week as we approach the Primary Election, which is only 2 weeks away on Tuesday, September 14th.

We thank you so much for your support.

Team Grimm
Michael Grimm is a Marine Combat Veteran of the Persian Gulf, former FBI undercover agent and a small businessman running for Congress in New York’s 13th District.

For more information about his campaign or to donate, please go to www.GrimmforCongress.com.

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