VIDEO – 1st Congressional Debate

On October 28, 2010, in Uncategorized, by Pat

Here is the DEBATE that was done in the UPPER. It is full of many gaff’s but we all got our points out. Thank you WLUC  at TV 6. Do not forget toVOTE on NOV. 2

via VIDEO – 1st Congressional Debate.

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MEET THE CANDIDATES FORUM????

On October 28, 2010, in Uncategorized, by Pat

The Sault Area Chamber of Commerce, along with the lake Superior State University put on a MEET THE CANDIDATES FORUM on Tuesday, October 26. But if you went, all you were able to meet were three of the six Candidates, which the Chamber felt you should meet. Though the Chamber prides themselves for doing this for the past five years, maybe they will get it right in 2012.

Just a suggestion, find out who is running next time. I called Leisa Mansfield, executive director for the Sault area Chamber of Commerce and was told I could not attend the forum. When asked why I was not invited, she informed me that she had never heard of me. I informed her that I have been registered with the Federal Election Commission since April of this year. She told me that she would attempt to make accommodations and would call me back, and when she did, she told me that there was nothing she could do since the seating arrangements were already made.

Having been to many forums during the campaign, the addition of one seat seemed a small task. I inquired as to why I was not invited, and Leisa said she had not seen any advertisements. As a third party candidate, my radio ads were only coming out this week due budget restrictions. The political science club co-sponsored this forum, I believe the young men and women were not informed of the additional candidates and would probably have loved to have them there.

In closing, I believe third party candidates have a tough enough battle on their hands without Chamber of Commerce, Executive Directors cherry picking the candidates of their choice.

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Our 1st District Debate went very well, I would say, with all but Mr. Shelton present. With the exception of one outburst from the crowd, I was able to convey my points clearly. It was while I was responding to the question regarding the wars, that I mentioned that while I was in the PERSIAN GULF, and staring down the small boats that came dangerously close to our ship, the USS Sides FFG-14, that these were in fact the same as the ones that put a hole in the side of the USS COLE, killing many sailors, that I was booed by an audience member. It is worth noting that I had also said that ” You can’t tell those people apart”, and I do stand by that statement. We can not make out many of our enemies, because they do not wear uniforms, yet are bent on the destruction of NAVY ships and killing Americans. I later went out to talk to the gentleman why he did this, and it was determined that he did not like my use of the term ” You can’t tell those people apart”. We cleared the air during that break, and told him I was glad that he was  not condoning the killing of American Sailors.

Congressional hopefuls stay candid, professional through first debate.

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Fact Finder: Decision 2010 1st Cong. Part A.

During this exciting Congressional Race, I have been given many chances to express my views and my stand on various subjects. Thanks to 7&4 NEWS for this oppurtunity to spread the word even further accross the District. Please click on the link, I will be the third Candidate interviewed. As the November 2 is right around the corner, I will be out there up until the very end, fighting to spread the word that now is the time to take back our Congress. We do not need to be a RED District or a BLUE District, after the election, I would hope that we are a RED WHITE AND BLUE DISTRICT.

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Pat Lambert joined thousands of other walkers for the 53rd Annual Labor Day Mackinac Bridge Walk over the Labor Day Weekend. Pat Lambert, 1st Congressional District Candidate covering most of Northeastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula, will be on the November General Election Ballot under the United States Tax Payers Party of Michigan.

The 53rd Annual Mackinac Bridge WalkPeople from every part of Michigan participate in this 5 Mile walk across the historic Mackinac Bridge. Each year the sitting governor leads a walk across the bridge on Labor Day weekend, which is the only day that foot traffic is allowed on the bridge each and every year. For 53 years this has been a tradition in Michigan.

Patrick Lambert and many other political candidates had made a point to participate in the event. For more information about Patrick Lambert and his campaign visit his website at http://vote4lambert.com or contact his campaign committee at 989-278-VOTE!

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Paid for by the Committee to Elect Patrick Lambert. (2010)