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Whoever examines with attention the history of the dearths and famines … will find, I believe, that a dearth never has arisen from any combination among the inland dealers in corn, nor from any other cause but a real scarcity, occasioned sometimes perhaps, and in some particular places, by the waste of war, but in by far the greatest number of cases by the fault of the seasons; and that a famine has never arisen from any other cause but the violence of government attempting, by improper means, to remedy the inconveniences of a dearth. (Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations IV.5.44)

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Eagar Momentum Growing

We are pleased to report that Cherilyn Eagar, the conservative frontrunner in the Utah 2010 race to replace Bailout Bob Bennett, is making strong headway in the campaign. (Cherilyn was visible at today's Salt Lake 912/tea party rally and looked vibrant!) The most crucial time for the campaign is during these next six months as we are trying to get 60% of Republican delegates to commit to Eagar at the state GOP convention on May 8, 2010, and thus avoid an expensive GOP primary runoff presumably against Bailout Bob who has already spent a whopping 1/2million (including large donations from the banks he bailed out!)

First, we (literally we as my honeybunny is joining me) are excited to join Cherilyn and Joe the Plumber this Wednesday, November 18th, for a fundraising dinner (click here to purchase yours or visit We have never participated in a fundraising dinner before, but indeed these are times that try men's souls and we believe Cherilyn is a key part of the solution.

If a fundraising dinner is too much commitment at this time for you, here is the complete list of events for Utah and Salt Lake counties that day (note: paying for your own meal is part of the conservative philosophy of not trying buying your vote--unlike Bailout Bob who will and has bought your breakfast before):
  • Buy Your Own Breakfast with Joe the Plumber 7:30 - 9:00 a.m. @ IHOP Restaurant (850 S 1250 W, Orem -- across from UVU)

  • Clean Up Washington with Joe the Plumber Town Hall 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. @ UVU, Center Stage 12:00 noon - 12:30 p.m.: News Conference, Utah State Capitol Rotunda

  • Clean Up Washington with Joe the Plumber Rally 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. @ Utah State Capitol Rotunda, Salt Lake City

  • Delegate Training & Constitution Class to be held right after Rally at the Capital 1:45 - 2:45 @ The Utah State Capital

  • Salt Lake County: Dinner with Joe the Plumber - Eagar for Senate Fundraiser 6:00 p.m. Reception: $100 7:00 p.m. Dinner: $100/plate; $150/couple; $600/table@ Grand Building Ballroom, Utah State Fair Park (155 N 1000 W, Salt Lake City)

Additional statewide tours dates and places are available at If you are unable to attend the events, Nacilbupera asks a personal favor to stop by and make a donation of any size during the month of November to her campaign. (A suggested donation of $9.12 is great as it sends a message well noted by Cherilyn; yet even $1 would send a huge message about the number of supporters there are out there!)

Second item. Earlier this month Cherilyn was interviewed by Art Wayland of 912 Project Truck, a perfect example of the 912 grassroots project we are proud to associate with. Art praises her as being a "highly conservative, very well versed, amazing American Patriot." We concur! Here is the video from the interview:


Anonymous said...

What are Cherilyn's family values? Is she a mother or grandmother?

nacilbupera said...

A: If family values are important to you, then you have found your candidate! Cherilyn has been among the most ardent supporters of family values including dismantling big government interference with education and a huge supporter of prop 8 in California.

As far as posterity, we quote from her website: "Cherilyn has experienced the joys and sorrows and the successes and failures of life, as we all do. She knows the struggle of being a single mom and has learned that out of adversity comes advantage and from opposition comes opportunity, optimism and strength. She is married to Randy Eagar, President of WebsTarget and 2006 President of the National Association of Realtors’ Council of Residential Specialists. They were married in the Provo Temple by her brother Carl, and they have 7 grown children (Cherilyn’s five and Randy’s two) and 10 grandchildren."

We do note however that having or not having children should not be a deterrent to any citizen from office. We futher caution betimes liberals (who self-aggrandize in their pride for being tolerant) intensely demand such questions of our conservative female candidates (ie Palin's out-of-wedlock grandchild) but give sexist passes to their conservative male counterparts (ie McCain's divorce).

Don't be a fool said...

This is great news for Democrat Sam Granato!!!

nacilbupera said...

Don't be a fool:
Granato is for "thoughtful compromise." (Wow. Sounds Bennett-esque!)
Eagar, in contrast, stands for principles. We believe standing one's ground when they are rooted on true principles is a better philosophy than "thoughtful compromise."
Case in point: it took newly-elected Congressman Bill Owens (NY23) all but 1 hour to break 4 major campaign promises including his opposition to a public option healthcare plan
In light of such untrustworthiness from the Democratic party who can trust Granato's "thoughtful compromise" philosophy?

Michelle said...

If you would like to learn how to help Constitutional-minded compete with the over-paid, compromised Senators here in Utah then please come and join me at a workshop in Sandy, UT on Dec. 5th. There will be some great presenters teaching us how to work a grassroots campaign and motivating and inspiring us.

For details see:

nacilbupera said...

OK, we'll allow the advertisement as we believe Eagar is much in harmony with the principles of the Independence Caucus; thanks for sharing. We are currently researching ICaucus and find much agreeable. Lots of patriots are going to this meeting. Don't know if we will be able to attend but best wishes to the group if we're not there.