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Monday, November 21, 2005

Want a Secure Border?

There is a campaign to elect Jim Gilchrist, co-founder of the Minuteman Project, to Congress. Here's how you can help our country to retain its sovereignty, described in an appeal from the Minuteman organization:

You Can Help Jim Gilchrist
Get Elected To Congress in California’s 48th District.

Send a Minuteman to Washington!

Though you may not be able to vote in this election, you can make a difference!

In three days, over 60% of the voters in California’s 48th District will begin voting by absentee ballot, weeks before the actual, December 6th Election Day.

This weekend, before these absentee voters mark their ballots, we must speak directly to them and urge them to vote for Jim Gilchrist!

If you have two or even three hours free this weekend to place calls, you can make a direct and positive impact on this election.

Even if you live outside Jim’s district, you can still help. By using your cell phone’s free weekend minutes to place calls, you can help to ensure a Gilchrist victory.

We are appealing to everyone who has stood with Jim and me in the past to continue to stand with us now! Many Minutemen who share our dedication to solving our border crisis have made volunteering for Gilchrist for Congress their November mission. I personally have joined with Jim fulltime through December 6th as part of the campaign for the final push toward victory.

This is urgent! Your support may well make the difference in achieving victory!

Help us send Minuteman Jim Gilchrist to Congress!
Sincerely for America,

Chris Simcox

Please Call
949-588-VOTE (8683)

With your help, Jim Gilchrist will win!


  • At Mon Nov 21, 04:06:00 PM PST, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Here is how to protect the borders, "Stykers at the Border."

    Although, this solution will require Congress to pull its head out and realize the U.S. is a nation at war.


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