Ray McBerry Campaign Update

06 Oct

Here is the latest email from the campaign.



Dear friends,

Our good friend Ray will be returning to the Augusta area on Tuesday night to ring the bell of Liberty once again. I hope that each of you within driving distance will make an effort to come out with as many friends, neighbors and loved ones that you can to hear the only candidate for Georgia governor that offers to implement state sovereignty as the defensive bulwark to defend the right to life, liberty and property.

Ray is entirely unlike the rest of the crowd seeking Georgia’s highest elective office. He’s not a career politician. He’s not afraid to tell it like it is. And, he has the steel to stand in the gap for Georgia and her people.

If you want more of the same old and problematic solutions, ones that rely on the charity of Washington, D.C. funneling back to us our own money with a myriad of strings attached then Ray is not your candidate.

But if you want to see Georgia out front boldly leading the country in the battle to restore constitutionally sound government, Ray is absolutely the only one that you can support.

So again I urge you to take best advantage of this wonderful opportunity to hear Ray address the important issues of the day. Moreover, you and those that accompany you will be able to meet and speak directly with Ray to get answers to specific questions as well as to make him aware of your impressions and concerns. Ray is likely the most approachable and personable of all the candidates.

October 6th              
Augusta States’ Rights Tour Stop
Jabez Sanford Hardin Performing Arts Center
7022 Evans Town Center Blvd.
Evans, Georgia 30809

The doors open at 6:30PM and the program begins at 7:00

Please visit and add your pledge to financially support this extremely important campaign and when deciding how much to give, just ask yourselves what liberty for you and your legacy is worth. I trust that you’ll do the right thing.

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Posted by on October 6, 2009 in Election '10, Georgia


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