Friday, July 31, 2009

Dr. Bill Frist Addresses RomneyCare

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Thursday, July 30, 2009


GOA to Recognize Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn, MD
CoburnGun Owners of America is pleased to invite you to join us in Tulsa for a banquet and award presentation to the U.S. Senate's leading Second Amendment defender.
On August 14, 2009, Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn will receive a "Friend of the Second Amendment Award" in appreciation for the tremendous amount of work that he has done to defend our Constitutional liberties. Senator Coburn is the most effective pro-gun leader in the Senate, standing up for the rights of gun owners across the United States.

This year Senator Coburn led, and won, the fight to repeal the National Parks Service gun ban. Senator Coburn believes, like you do, that Americans should not be forced to sacrifice their Second Amendment rights when entering National Parks.
Senator Coburn is also on the front line of other battles in Congress, including efforts to protect the Second Amendment rights of veterans, repeal the gun ban in the District of Columbia, and to block anti-gun bills like a new semi-auto ban and legislation that would close down gun shows. Senator Coburn has earned the "Friend of the Second Amendment Award" for his leadership in the Senate and for his willingness to stand up against those who work to take away our Constitutional freedoms.

Banquet attendees will get the inside scoop from Senator Coburn concerning current gun rights issues in Congress, and what gun owners can expect in the coming months from the Obama Administration and the anti-gun congressional leadership.
Other speakers include: GOA's Executive Director Larry Pratt and Oklahoma Republican Party Chairman Gary Jones. The evening will also feature a four course meal and the opportunity to win one or more of a variety of auction and raffle items (auction curtesy of Dulaney and Co.) - including firearms, free range time, a Life Membership to Gun Owners of America and other exciting prizes.
Come show your support for a U.S. Senator who is championing our Second Amendment rights. Your presence at this Banquet will send a message to Senator Coburn that his efforts are appreciated and that Oklahoma gun owners are proud and standing behind him in future battles. Seating is limited, so act now!
Cost: $45.00 per person

RSVP Today to ensure a seat!

To RSVP online click here
You can also RSVP by phone by calling (703) 321-8585

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Monday, July 27, 2009

Ask Yourself “What have I done for my party lately?”

Ask Yourself!


Ask Yourself “What have I done for my party lately?”

A Few Facts that you might consider:
·There are 800,000 registered Republicans in the State Of Oklahoma.
·Less than 2/3 of 1% of registered Republicans have made a donation to the Oklahoma Republican Party in the last 6 years.
·In addition, less than 2% of Oklahoma Republicans have volunteered to help in a political campaign to elect a Republican candidate to public office in the last 6 years.

Now taking that into consideration, during that same time frame, Oklahoma Republicans have elected 13 additional members to the House of Representatives and 6 additional members to the Senate to gain majority for the first time in Oklahoma history. And we must not forget we were the only state in the nation where all counties voted for the Republican Presidential Candidate in both 2004 and 2008.

We have accomplished all this while Democrats are sending millions of out of state dollars into Oklahoma. Make no mistake, we will see additional millions of those dollars coming here in 2010 as they try to beat Senator Tom Coburn and prevent us from electing our next Governor. Unlike the Democrats, we do not receive any additional funds other than those you so kindly give. We depend on you. We need your help!

As the saying goes “All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.” Well, Oklahoma Republicans, It’s time to do something!

Make a contribution today. Our goal is to get the top 1% of registered Republicans to contribute to the OKGOP an average of $100 this year and next. Set yourself apart; be in the TOP 1% today.

Please make checks payable to:
Oklahoma Republican Party
4031 N. Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

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Not Authorized By Any Candidate Or Candidate Committee.

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Friday, July 17, 2009

Huckabee uses part of state visit to raise money for GOP candidates

Capitol Bureau The Oklahoman’s Capitol bureau reports from OKC NewsOK Blogging Community

Huckabee uses part of state visit to raise money for GOP candidates

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, showing up at Oklahoma Christian University in borrowed cowboy boots, used part of his visit Sunday to the Sooner State to raise money for Republican state and congressional candidates.
Huckabee, leadoff speaker for the I Debate camp taking place this week at Oklahoma Christian, left a couple hours later for a fundraiser for his political action committee, HuckPAC, at the AT&T Bricktown Ballpark. Hosts included U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Tulsa, former Gov. Frank Keating, Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett and former state Sen. Scott Pruitt, who is a managing partner of the Oklahoma City RedHawks.
Huckabee, who has daily radio commentaries on the ABC radio network and a weekend show on the Fox cable network, has not announced his 2012 political plans.
His political action committee raises money for volunteers and activities in state races this year and in 2010. He expects the committee to provide assistance in Oklahoma’s 2010 gubernatorial race.
“Our PAC is a little different; rather than just kind of become a money stop, our primary focus is to activate volunteers,” he said in an interview before speaking to the high school students at Oklahoma Christian. “We’re helping to recruit candidates, help train them, supply volunteers to their campaign.
“The goal is to get people activated in their local communities and states to operate everything from phone banks to knocking on doors,” said Huckabee, who finished second in the 2008 Republican presidential primary in Oklahoma and is a frontrunner in the 2012 GOP presidential sweepstakes.
Huckabee said he learned during his presidential campaign is critically important, but volunteers and grass-roots efforts “are amazingly valuable.”
Support for GOP candidates usually is provided after the primaries are over, he said.
Huckabee arrived in Oklahoma from New York, where he hosts his cable TV show, but his checked-in luggage was sent on to Minneapolis. He had dressed casually for his flight, wearing jeans and running shoes.
Among the items in the missing luggage was his pair of dress shoes. His daughter’s boyfriend, he said, lent him his pair of tan cowboy boots to wear to Oklahoma Christian. Minutes before he was scheduled to speak to the students, his luggage was delivered on campus and he slipped on his black dress shoes.
- Michael McNutt, Capitol Bureau

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Sunday, July 12, 2009

Huckabee in Oklahoma City for Redhawks Baseball Game

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I hope that you had a wonderful weekend with family and friends celebrating the Fourth of July and the sacrifices made by great American men and women to secure and protect our freedom.

When our kids were young, Janet and I would make the drive down to Dallas for a Rangers game, and the afternoons we spent together at the ballpark as a family are some of my favorite memories. This Sunday, July 12, I will be speaking in Oklahoma City for a great Huck PAC event in conjunction with the RedHawks baseball game, and I am excited to offer your family this unique opportunity to make a special summer memory and support a great cause at the same time.

There are few things more American than a baseball game in the summertime, but there is nothing American regarding the out of control spending and government interference coming from Washington D.C. In these tough economic times, attending this Huck PAC event is a great way to support candidates around the country and have a memorable afternoon of celebrating one of the great American pastimes.

A ticket package for four people starts at $100, so I hope you’ll get three family members or friends together and join us for an afternoon of fun that benefits conservative candidates and ideas. For more information, you can visit this website or call 501.324.2008. The deadline to purchase tickets online is midnight on July 7, and after that you can call the Oklahoma City RedHawks ticket office at 405-218-1000 and reference the Huckabee event. I hope you’ll join me for a wonderful afternoon of baseball and a chance to discuss what is going on in our Nation today.

Have a great week, and I hope to see you on Sunday.

Mike Huckabee

Mike Huckabee

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