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Resolution of Invitation to Rep. James A. Traficant, Jr.

(Adopted by unanimous vote of the America First National Committee on June 26, 2002)

Whereas, James A. Traficant, Jr., a uniquely independent member of the US House of Representatives from the state of Ohio, promotes in both word and deed public policies supported by the membership of the America First Party and enunciated in the Principles of the America First Party-including but not limited to the abolition of the IRS, the securing of our borders, the restoration of Constitutionalism and responsible and open government, and trade policies that are in the best interest of our nation's working people; and,

Whereas, James A. Traficant, Jr. has proven himself a unique quantity in Washington, by forcefully, persuasively, and entertainingly advocating commonsense truths, at every opportunity, that seem to elude many of his colleagues at all levels of government-truths which resonate and are celebrated by everyday Americans in their daily lives and interactions, and truths that, if ignored, will lead our country to ruin-for examples the dangers of a loss of sovereignty through NAFTA and GATT, the UN, the ICC, and his unheeded warnings concerning a hostile China;

Therefore, be it now resolved by the America First National Committee:

That, We do hereby invite Ohio Representative James A. Traficant, Jr to address our convention as the Keynote Speaker of the Founding Convention Speakers Program.

 

   
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