October 18th, 2009

This Just In: Ron Paul Is Coming To Iowa Saturday November 14th On Behalf Of Kent Sorenson


Revolutionary Republican, courageous conservative congressman and Constitution defending former presidential candidate, Ron Paul is coming to Iowa November 14th, to support Kent Sorenson’s state Senate seat bid.

While the details of exactly where the event will take place (probably a Des Moines hotel conference room) is not official at this time, the newsflash fact that central Iowa is on Ron Paul’s schedule was personally confirmed on the phone by Kent Sorenson and via email from David Fischer and A.J. Spiker for Iowa Campaign for Liberty.

Additional speakers will be added to what will no doubt make up a fascinating evening.  Ron Paul rare appearance will likely include sharing some wisdom nuggets from his most recent book, “End The Fed.”

Ron Paul says, “The greatest threat facing America today is the disastrous fiscal policies of our own government, marked by shameless deficit spending and Federal Reserve currency devaluation. It is this one-two punch– Congress spending more than it can tax or borrow, and the Fed printing money to make up the difference– that threatens to impoverish us by further destroying the value of our dollars.”

Congressman Paul’s 2008 presidential campaign ignited a grassroots movement that culminated in the formation of Campaign For Liberty, a political and educational organization focused on the principles Dr. Paul championed during his presidential campaign and in his eleven terms in congress.  Here is Ron Paul in CNN‘s situation room just a few days ago doing what he does best… defending the constitution.

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Be sure to follow Kent on Twitter at and The Iowa Republican at for all the latest details of this event.

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Dave Davidson is the TIR artjournalism storyteller photographer and founder of (polite) presidential paparazzi with manners. He is the author of gobs of books including “Sarah Palin Inspires Me”, “Huckisms” and “You May Be A TEApublican”.

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