Snitker Joins Conservative All-Stars Speaking at World Net Daily Conference

Press release from the Snitker campaign:

MIAMI – When World Net Daily (WND) throws a party, you can expect some of the biggest names in the conservative movement to be there. And the 2010 Taking America Back National Conference will be no exception, with speakers including Joseph Farah, Ann Coulter, Alan Keyes, Rep. Michelle Bachmann, former Rep. Tom Tancredo, former Sen. Jeremiah Denton, Lt. Col. Allen West, and Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Alex Snitker.

About two years ago, Snitker was just a former U.S. Marine selling office equipment and enjoying a middle-class lifetyle with his expectant wife. But, like so many Americans, he was becoming increasingly concerned and angry about the direction the career politicians were taking the nation he swore to defend. So he decided to do something about it.

Today, the underdog Senate candidate is fighting a grassroots battle against some of the biggest career politicians he could find. And he’s starting to have a ripple effect across the political spectrum. Snitker’s Constitutionally-limited approach to government is quickly winning him the support of the tea party groups and the conservative movement. Along the way, his non-interventionist foreign policy and defense of individual liberty is drawing a number of disenfranchised Democrats into what is becoming a bigger tent by the day.

Snitker’s no-nonsense platform and his passionate, straightforward style is drawing crowds wherever he speaks. So it’s no wonder that he’s becoming a sought after speaker at some of the biggest political events across Florida. When WND came across Snitker, they were quick to invite him to speak at their huge annual conference.

The WND Taking Back America National Conference will be held at the Doral Golf and Spa Resort in Miami, September 16-18, 2010. For more information about the event, visit http://www.takingamericaback2010.com/hotel.html. For information about the Alex Snitker for U.S. Senate campaign, visit http://www.snitker2010.com.

13 thoughts on “Snitker Joins Conservative All-Stars Speaking at World Net Daily Conference

  1. wolfefan

    Speaking at a WND conference is not a good recommendation for a Libertarian IMHO.

  2. '..... the serious side of free speech ' [Lake]

    paulie // Aug 7, 2010 at 2:22 pm
    “Trent Hill is a libertarian in the Republican Party.”

    Query, does he ever tell Grundmann or [where is he, where is he?] Cody Quirk to ‘shut up’?

    [That is soooooooooo much easier than wading thru encyclopedic evidence, especially of folks you do not happen to PERSONALLY like!]

    watch out wolfefan, you are asking for a dog pile! [IMNSHO]

  3. Erik G.

    Snitker’s definitely conservative on immigration:
    “The solution is to close the borders and enforce current law at the border.”

    Honestly, if your remove his take on foreign policy (which is quasi-libertarian), he sounds just like a GOP candidate – based on his website. This isn’t to say that he doesn’t hold libertarian views in areas not mentioned. It’s merely to say that he’s clearly pandering to a mostly GOP-oriented crowd.

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  5. '..... the serious side of free speech ' [Lake]

    7 responses so far ? * 6 Erik G. // Aug 7, 2010
    Snitker’s definitely conservative on immigration:
    “The solution is to close the borders and enforce current law at the border.”

    Lake: CONSERVATIVE? How about legalistic, factual, practical, realistic ????????? What other modern nation on planet earth does not have this policy in the 21st Century. The nation of my birth is responsible for some of the globe’s ills and should be held accountable —– but it is not up to us /US to fix every thing, especially when lots of our solutions* are worse than the problems!

    * car culture, suburban life style, extended food supplies, knee jerk militarism

  6. paulie Post author

    Snitker’s definitely conservative on immigration:
    “The solution is to close the borders and enforce current law at the border.”

    Honestly, if your remove his take on foreign policy (which is quasi-libertarian), he sounds just like a GOP candidate – based on his website. This isn’t to say that he doesn’t hold libertarian views in areas not mentioned. It’s merely to say that he’s clearly pandering to a mostly GOP-oriented crowd

    Yet, ironically, polls show he is drawing much of his support from current or former Democrats and/or liberals/progressives.

  7. LibertarianBlue

    Speaking at a WND conference is not a good recommendation for a Libertarian IMHO.
    ____________________________

    Considering WND is nothing but another Neocon statist noise chamber, a Libertarian going there must be out of their mind

  8. Alexander Snitker

    We should speak to every group that will offer us a chance to speak. WND offered me the opportunity to come there. I think they are using this as an chance to hear from those with differening opinions. We can use this opportunity to spread the message of the Libertarian party. If we only talk to people that agree with us 100% of the time we will never build this party.

  9. Pat

    Now his conservative colors come out. This guy advocates raising taxes, anti-hispanic hatred, and giving every American his own social worker (he just changed his site to hide it and is now calling Libertarians liars and his pals like Rhodes the Citrus Chair and editor who run the state party for the religious fruitcake wing of the GOP are saying the old Libertarians must go and anyone who doesn’t support that Libertarian theory is based onn Christianity is ignorant) along with their “Libertarian Reform Caucus” co-conspirators IMHO.

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