VP Debate Party Plus John Fund of Wall Street Journal

Oregon Executive Club
Vice Prez. Debate Party
Plus guest speaker John Fund, Wall Street Journal
Fund will be speaking on election fraud.

Thursday, Oct.2nd, 5:30,
Portland Airport Shilo Inn


Please note that this meeting will be held on the first Thursday, rather than the 1st Wednesday of the month.

Here’s the reason for the change. Thursday is the night of the greatly anticipated debate between Vice-Presidential candidates, Joe Biden and Sarah Palin, so we will have the debate projected on to the large screen in our Shilo meeting room.

We know this is going to be a great evening, because at the September meeting, we featured Sarah Palin’s acceptance speech on the big screen. Those who were there loved experiencing such a historical event in the company of Executive members and other great conservatives.

But wait, there’s more!

Then, immediately following the Vice-Presidential debate we will present the brilliant author and Wall Street Journal columnist, John Fund.

In addition to his take on this incredible Presidential race and the state of U.S. politics, John will discuss the political dangers he has covered in his provocative, and alarming, new book Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy.

What a show! Don’t miss this one.
Yours, for Freedom and Free Markets,
Don McIntire, Executive Club, Pres.

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  • Crawdude

    Has anyone noticed that the market has recoverd 269 points so far today? Its the rest of the world that getting hit 2 days in a row……hmmm, I think those NO voters might have gotten something right.

    I’m sure the flat earthers care very unhappy that the market isn’t in a free fall.

    Let it ride, lets take our lumps on this and quit applying band aids that only postpone the inevitable.!

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