Dori Ullman
Committee To Elect Michael Cavlan

US Senate Candidate Condemns President Barack Obama

Minneapolis, MN, 7/20/2011 

The Cavlan for US Senate Campaign condemns president Barack Obama 
for this betrayal of the American people and of those who helped
get him elected to the office of the presidency. We speak of course
on the presidents willingness to cut Social Security, Medicare and 

Michael Cavlan, announced his intention to run against Senator Klobuchar 
May 21st at the University of Minnesota Wiley Hall in Minneapolis, where 
renowned Peace Activist Cindy Sheehan was speaking. Cavlan further states 
"The people of Minnesota have my most solemn word that I will uphold 
and protect them and their rights guaranteed under the Bill Of Rights. 
The time for courage is now."

President Obama has raised the ire of many groups in Minnesota, 
due to his perceived weakness on a variety of issues, including
the continuing and expanding wars abroad and assaults on the rights of
the people of Minnesota and the United States. The latest betrayal 
on the "Big Three" is the straw that has broken the progressive 
communities back.

Cavlan further promises that unlike previous elected officials of the 
past that "I will not simply pander to the people and then break my 
promises as so many others do. Because I am not hampered or corralled 
by corporate or party special interests. I am guided by what is right, 
not just by what is politically expedient. I ask the same from the people 
of Minnesota."

Candidate Cavlan states "If the people of Minnesota want someone to stand 
up and fight for them, then you need to support a fighter. Otherwise you 
have lost the ability to complain when elected officials stand for the
corporate ownership and do not stand for you."

Michael Cavlan ran against Senator Klobuchar in 2006 as the endorsed 
Green Party candidate. This time he will run under the Minnesota Open 
Progressive banner but will gladly accept and and all support from all 
people who are tired of being lied to by the current political 

Michael Cavlan RN

Michael Cavlan RN

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