I made a contribution to Ron Paul's campaign in 2007 during one of his ground-breaking "money bombs" and have been on his e-mail and phone list ever since. They notified me (again and again) that he will be in town for a rally today. Looks like it is intended to support Republican John Dennis' quixotic campaign to unseat Nancy Pelosi. Talk about tilting at windmills. Ralph Nader's 2008 Green Party V.P. running mate Matt Gonzalez is also scheduled to appear.
Anyway, I think I will make my way down to the Civic Center this afternoon to check it out. Depending on what I find and subject to the constraints of technology and cell phone coverage, I may do some live blogging. Stay tuned...
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