Just look at the “Intent to run” form she filed, she couldn’t even fill that out correctly.
“Posted on March 4, 2010 No Comments
CA is the most populated state in the Union with about 33 million people I got information that there are 3.9 million likely Republican voters, who will be voting in the Republican primary.
If the football player Damon Dunn does not drop out of the Secretary of state race, I will need to reach3.9 million people and secure votes of more then half -about 2 million. I was told that the advertising slates go between1-5 cents per person, which means that I will need to raise 20,000-100,000 for the campaign basic advertising.
Please, let me know if any of you talked to Damon Dunn, and if he is willing to drop out of the Secretary of State race? I don’t have his phone and address. I only know that he lives in Irvine, CA.
I read an interview he gave lately. He doesn’t question Obama’s legitimacy for presidency or legitimacy of election. He is a Republican in name only. He didn’t even vote until last year. If either Debra Bowen is reelected or Damon Dunn is elected, it will be business as usual.Nothing new.
If you have any specific info, if you have experience running a campaign, if you can help set up a web site for the campaign or organize volunteers for the phone bank or e-mail and fax campaign material or money bomb, or outreach to tea party volunteers from around the country, please call me at 949-683-5411 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org”
Maybe she’ll get her tin-foil-hatters to call Debra Bowen and ask her to drop out too since she doesn’t question Obama’s legitimacy either. Now there’s a good strategy, just ask everyone else to bow out. Good plan! That’ll save a lot of campaigning money if she’s the only one on the ticket.
I can’t say as I’ve ever seen anyone run for Secretary Of State on a platform of Presidential eligibility, but hay, this “IS” Orly Taitz we’re talking about here.
Keep the Red Stripe cold, and the popcorn handy!