Thursday, September 11, 2008

FREE Tickets for Conservative Conference Still Available


GOP or Third-Party: What's a Good Conservative to Do in November?

Libertarian and Conservative Leaders to Meet in Las Vegas Next Week to Discuss This Question and the Future of the Limited Government Movement

And Now You Can Attend this Important Conference Absolutely.FREE!

Attention Conservatives/Libertarians:

"Libertarian-leaning U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, is urging voters to reject John McCain and Barack Obama and support one of the third-party candidates for president," reported the Associated Press on Wednesday. "He recommended Chuck Baldwin of the Constitution Party (and) former Georgia Republican U.S. Rep. Bob Barr of the Libertarian Party."

The AP also noted that "Some Republicans have been concerned Paul could siphon votes from the party in the same way Democrats accused (Ralph) Nader of doing in 2000 when he ran under the Green Party banner." Many believe Nader cost Al Gore the state of Florida that year, and thus the White House.

Could a small percentage of third-party votes in key swing states such as Nevada or Colorado tilt the election away from John McCain and deliver the White House to Barack Obama?

That dilemma is at the heart of the debate which will take place among hundreds of grassroots conservatives and libertarians who will meet at the Tuscany Suites in Las Vegas September 18-21 for the 2008 Conservative Leaderhship Conference. The overriding question will be:
"Should conservatives and libertarians vote for the presidential candidate most ideologically similar to themselves.or forthe candidate most likely to defeat Barack Obama?"

A couple dozen of the nation's top conservative and libertarian leaders will address this question at CLC '08 - many making the argument that the only logical choice for conservatives is John McCain, while others will make a case for voting one's convictions regardless of the potential for helping to elect Barack Obama.

The two libertarian-conservative third-party candidates mentioned by Congressman Paul - Bob Barr and Chuck Baldwin - are confirmed speakers for CLC '08. John McCain and Sarah Palin of the Republican ticket have been invited to participate but have not responded as of this date.

In addition, CLC '08 will feature an expected lively three-way panel debate over which presidential candidate limited-government conservatives and libertarians should support in November featuring Michigan Republican Party Chairman Saul Anuzis, Libertarian Party vice presidential nominee Wayne Allyn Root, and Constitution Party National Chairman Jim Clymer.

Also discussing the 2008 presidential race and the future of the limited-government movement will be a number of top conservative leaders, including:

* Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform* David Keene of the American Conservative Union* Pat Toomey of the Club for Growth* Talk-show host Roger Hedgecock* Richard Viguerie, author of "Conservatives Betrayed" * Ward Connerly of the American Civil Rights Institute* Rich Galen of* Congressional candidate Lt. Col. Allen West* Alan Gura, Counsel of Record for the recent DC gun ban Supreme Court case* Paul Jacob of the Sam Adams Alliance* Chris Simcox of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps* Danny Vargas of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly

Plus, three great conservatives will be honored at CLC '08:

* Congressman John Shadegg will receive the 2008 Barry Goldwater Award* John Fund of the Wall Street Journal will received the 2008 Lyn Nofziger Award* Michael Brodkorb has been selected to receive the 2008 Blogger of the Year Award

And just in case that's not enough to whet your whistle, the Leadership Institute will conduct a full day of grassroots training programs on Thursday and the Sam Adams Alliance will conduct a full day of blogger/Internet activist workshops on Sunday.

Plus, there will be a poolside Welcoming Reception on Thursday evening. The Conservative Leadership Conference is FREE and open to the public.

To register online, click here
Or to register by phone call: (202) 558-7162
This opportunity to attend the 2008 Conservative Leadership Conference FREE is on a first-come/first-served basis. Conference hosts reserve the right to withdraw this free special at any time and/or when the event is sold out.
So pre-register and reserve your seat NOW!
Contact: Chuck Muth (202) 558-7162

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